ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insafs (PTIs) Central Executive Committee will take up the issue of possible alliances with the political groups that have no representation in the Parliament so far, besides devising a future strategy about political activities including holding of massive rallies, especially in Southern Punjab, KP and Sindh. For PTI, time has come to go for an alliance with the political groups having no representation in the Parliament. However, PTI will certainly think about making an alliance with any likeminded parliamentary party near next general elections, which are not in sight in near future, a CEC member said. In the upcoming meeting, the CEC will just focus the pending requests of several dozen former and incumbent parliamentarians regarding their joining/ alliance with PTI. The CEC will scrutinise the names and recommend only those who are not tinted with the corruption charges, he added. PTI has not so far circulated the agenda of the meeting among CEC members, however it is basically meant for the formulation of future policy and course of action of the party keeping in mind the current political scenario and prevailing situation of the country, said PTIs Central Secretary General Dr Arif Alvi. In a bid to strengthen the partys network and to formally invite the clean politicians, especially from Sindh, Southern Punjab and KP, the ECE will also designate party members under the head of senior party activists, a CEC member said. PTI Chairman Imran Khan will also formally brief media about the decisions of CEC during the meeting, Dr Arif said. Imran Khan has already announced that decision of going for an alliance with PPP dissidents under the head of former Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will also be discussed in the meeting. While a group headed by former federal minister Jahangir Khan Tareen is also scheduled to meet with Imran Khan in the coming days to finalise the modalities of alliance with PTI. Observers are claiming that since its founding on April 25, 1996, the PTI is going to hold for the first time the most crucial meeting of its CEC. They claim that the decisions the committee will make would further raise the political temperature in the country.