President Pervez Musharraf said Monday that he would prove, before nation, the allegations leveled by PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari baseless. The President made these remarks while meeting with a delegation of PML-Q, comprising of Marvi Memon, Amir Muqam and Sheikh Waqas Ahmed. The meeting lasted for an hour in which allegations leveled by Asif Ali Zardari against the President came under discussion, the sources said. Speaking on the occasion, President Musharraf thanked PML-Q for their support extended to him. "I will not disappoint you and face all the allegations of ruling coalition", Musharraf said.  As regards his differences with PPP, the President said PPP wanted to bring its own men on some key positions that he (Musharraf) objected. PPP wanted to impose its own policy on Kashmir issue above the parliament, he added.  He further said he had documented evidence in this regard and added that the nation would know facts in near future.