LAHORE – Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi, senior PML-Q leader, keeping in view the possibilities of some changes in

the current political situation, has met Sunni Ittehad Council chief Sahibzada Fazl Karim to make some new

support pockets in the religious parties.

Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi along with PML-Q senior leaders, Kamil Ali Agha, Chaudhary Zaheer-ud-Din and

Moonis Elahi, called on the SIC leader on Saturday at the party’s office.

Sahibzada Fazl Karim along with Sahibzada Ammar Sulemani, Muhammad Nawaz Kharal, Mufti Haseeb Qadri

and others welcomed the PML-Q leaders on their arrival at SIC office.

Both the sides discussed issues of common political interest keeping in view the chances of some changes in the

prevailing political situation and agreed to make similar contacts in the future. Talking to the media on this

occasion, Pervaiz Elahi and Fazl Karim urged upon the patriotic and religious forces to get united to counter the

threats facing the country.

They said that PML-Q and SIC have launched their efforts to make joint efforts for countering the threats facing

the country and resolving the economic and political issues. PML-Q and SIC leadership said that political forces

safeguarding the ideology of Pakistan should work together to counter the challenges facing the country.

Pervaiz claimed that PML-Q has always given priority to the national interest over political and personal

interests and supported the political forces safeguarding the ideology of Pakistan.

He further claimed that PML-Q has established through its actions during its rule that they believe in service to

the people and they had no personal agenda other public service.

Senior PML-Q leader said that country needs consistency in policies, which were vital for the progress of

Pakistan and SIC and other likeminded forces in this connection should work together for the development and

progress of the country. Fazl Karim said that all options were open for forging political alliances and SIC was in

contact with all the mainstream political parties in this regard, however the central shoora has the right to make a

final decision regarding choosing new political partners.

He said that both sides discussed challenges facing the country and agreed to continue similar contacts in the

future to steer the country out of the existing crises. The SIC chairman, without naming the PML-N, claimed that

the ruling party of the largest province of the country was equally responsible for the problems in the country.

He said that all the political forces safeguarding the ideology of Pakistan should work together in these difficult

times to counter threat facing the country.