LAHORE - General (r) Pervez Musharraf,in a bid to give practical shape to his political ambitions, plans to formally announce the launching of his party 'All Pakistan Muslim League by the end of July in London, besides fixing a date for his return to the country, learnt TheNation. Insiders in the inner circle of Pervez Musharraf told this correspondent on Friday that Musharraf has taken the above said decision keeping in view the possibilities of snap polls this year. He also plans to meet with like-minded politicians in both camps of PML-Q in Abu Dhabi and London in July and August, while his loyalists are trying to establish contacts with persons in the camp of PML (Functional). Musharraf is expected to visit Abu Dhabi in the third week of the July to meet his loyalists. During his stay in Abu Dhabi he plans to invite PML-Q Chief, Ch. Shujaat Hussain for a meeting with him, asserted the insiders. However, it is worth mentioning here the fact that Ch. Shujaat Hussain had time and again rejected the very idea of joining Musharrafs League, asserting that PML-Q had no concern with the political adventures of the former General. Insiders further revealed that Pervez Musharraf considers that All Pakistan Muslim League would provide a platform to like-minded Muslim Leagues and other political parties for unification, and that he would be the Chairman of any such alliance if he succeeds. About the cases of Nawab Akbar Bugti and Lal Masjid, the insiders maintain that no cases were registered against Musharraf. Quoting the inputs from the loyalists from Pakistan, the insiders told this scribe that people back home were tired of the poor policies of the current government and Musharrafs popularity graph was improving, as people of Pakistan continue to describe policies of Musharraf as balanced,which promoted public welfare. However, the insiders failed to reply the query of this correspondent about Musharrafs political future in a national government setup, as the national Press visioned the possibilities of national government this year. It merits mentioning,that Chairman Steering Committee PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri in an exclusive interview to this scribe in April this year quoted Musharraf to assert that former General was expected to return to the country before the next elections and he was ready to face Nawab Akbar Bugtis case. Kasuri made this revelation on his return from Abu Dhabi after meeting Musharraf. Kasuri also confirmed the names of those politicians published in The Nation who had met with Musharraf in Abu Dhabi, and they include prominent leaders of PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) and PML-Q. About Musharrafs contacts with his former allies other than the two camps of PML-Q, Kasuri said, 'Some of my colleagues told me that leaders of MQM met with Musharraf off and on but he was not witness to any such meeting, while leaders of other political parties are also in contact with the former President. Political leaders who participated in 'April meeting in Abu Dhabi told Musharraf that it was not the right time for staging a comeback and that he should continue getting inputs from his loyalists in this regard, said Kasuri. About the prospects of Musharrafs upcoming political party and like-minded Leaguers joining him, Kasuri said:Leaders of Like-Minded told Musharraf that they had already formed an independent group and they would discuss the prospects of former Presidents upcoming party with their other colleagues on their return home. Political leaders who met Musharraf in April this year in Abu Dhabi include Ch. Shahbaz, Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri, Hamid Nasir Chattha, Dr. Arbab Ghulam Rahim, Nisar Muhammad Khan, Dr. Sher Afghan Niazi, Ameer Muqam, Sardar Talib Nakai, Sardar Asif Nakai, Raza Hayat Hiraj, Faisal Saleh Hayat, Ghulam Sarwar Khan, Lala Nisar, Jam Karam Ali and Zar Gul.