LAHORE – The MQM and the ANP, the two coalition partners of the PPP, have called their central commands’ meetings to decide a future course of action vis-à-vis their partnership with the latter (PPP) following the Supreme Court’s options on the NRO implementation case, TheNation has learnt.

Sources in the MQM told this correspondent on Tuesday that a meeting of party’s powerful coordination committee most likely to be held today (Wednesday) in which party’s high command would ponder upon the proposed resolves discussed in the meeting of ruling coalition partners moot at President House to review the six options of the Supreme Court in a bid to decide MQM’s future with PPP.

They added that Dr Farooq Sattar, deputy convener MQM and senior party leader, Babar Ghauri would be the part of the meeting of the coalition partners, brief the MQM chief, Altaf Hussain regarding the proposed resolves in connection with six options during the party’s coordination committee moot in an effort to devise party’s future course of action.

Meanwhile, ANP senior leader, Haji Adil told this scribe that the party has summoned meeting in Islamabad tomorrow (January 12) to discuss the scenario emerged after the six options of the Supreme Court on the NRO implementation case and other issues of political concern.

Haji Adil commenting over the six options for NRO said that the ANP has always opposed the infamous NRO.

However, he added that IJI funding case should also be speed up, as it also involves the corruption of some political elements to lead the agenda of unelected powers.

ANP senior leader remarked that some state institutions in a bid to block the Senate polls for not letting few political forces to get majority in the Upper House, were using their traditional covert tactics to wrap up the current set up.

Without naming the institutions hatching conspiracies against the democratically elected government, he while saying that leaders of certain ruling coalition parties were ready to embrace martyrdom warned that the elements bent upon wrapping up the current set up in a bid to achieve their personal agenda with the connivance of some political parties would ignite a violent wave of anger in Sindh and some other parts of the country.

He observed that in the presence of democratic options, no power should be given room to use undemocratic means to dislodge the government utilizing the political cadres. PTI central secretary information, Shafqat Mehmood on the issue said that Supreme Court has given six options to the government to implement NRO verdict and the ruling coalition must act upon it. He said that PTI would build pressure on the government if it failed to follow the directions of the apex court.