ISLAMABAD Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is likely to move resolution in the National Assembly (NA), on resolution passed against media in the Punjab Assembly, in the upcoming session next month, it has been reliably learnt. As the MQM party leaders have already indicated to move a resolution in Sindh Assembly, the party members are also mulling to move it in the National Assembly (NA) in the upcoming session, which would be in August, MQM party sources informed TheNation. It may be mentioned here that Punjab Assembly (PA) passed a unanimous resolution against the media on Friday (July 9). After the resolution passed in the Punjab Assembly (PA) media persons throughout the country staged protests against it. Media organisations on Monday also boycotted the assembly proceedings. When contacted, MQM Leader MNA Haidar Abbas Rizvi said that the tussle among pillars of the state was not in the interest of country. Media is no doubt fourth pillar of the state, Rizvi said adding that his party not only criticised the resolution against media in the Punjab Assembly, it also saw it against the independence of media. In the present circumstances, MQM leader said, there is need to take every step carefully as adventure from any institute would also be not in favour of country. To a question about moving resolution in Nation Assembly, he said that his party was mulling to move it in the National Assembly (NA) in the upcoming session and if there was a need, MQM would move it in the NA as well, he informed.