ISLAMABAD - PML-Q parliamentarians are not ready to offer their party's support to PPP on a silver platter in case PPP and PML-N part ways after the collapse of judicial talks. " The imminent change in Q-League's leadership is nothing but a rumour that is being spread on the nod of some influential circles to create fissures within the party," said a PML-Q legislator. He said that most of the party legislators were still backing Chaudhrys of Gujrat and were against the decision to lend unconditional support to embattled PPP. He argued, "If the incumbent alliance between PPP and PML-N collapses it would leave Asif Ali Zardari plays at a weaker wicket and PML-Q would be in a better bargaining position. Therefore, the perception that PML-Q, after change of guard would be handed over to PPP as a gift is illogical". He said that PPP would have to do a deal with PML-Q's sitting president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain otherwise would enjoy the support of only Wattoo group. He said that PPP circles were continuously asking presidential camp to change PML-Q's central command so that PPP could strike a deal with it in case of PML-N's quit the coalition. " Asif Ali Zardari is not ready to take PML-Q on board till the central command is in the hands of Chaudhry brothers", he added. "The meetings of Manzoor Hussain Wattoo and Hamid Nasir Chattha with PPP leaders are the part of this game but most of the party lawmakers are still standing with Chaudhrys of Gujrat and argue that if PPP needs Q-League's support it would have to accept PML-Q's terms and conditions," he observed. Meanwhile, PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain incidentally air-travelled with PML-N's central leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan from Islamabad to Lahore here on Sunday. Some parliamentarians of PML-Q are still claiming that if the presidency keeps on pressurizing Chaudhrys to quit party command, the things, in retaliation, could go against the will of presidential camp, as the party could shake hands with old mates of PML-N to ride on popular public sentiment.