LAHORE - The PML-Q Likeminded is yet to decide its future course of action for its political survival, especially when the parent party has joined the PPP-led ruling coalition and temptation for power is creating further rifts. PML-Q leadership challengers are divided into two groups on question of partnership as one faction wants to join hands with Imran Khan while the other desires to seek refuge in the PML-N camp. Despite the time being running out for this small faction, the Likeminded leaders seem in no hurry to forming a lifesaving alliance and check its erosion at a time when the PML-Q was tempting Likeminded members to rejoin it, the sources added. The group sources revealed that Mian Azhar was a strong supporter of forging an alliance with PTI as he views Imran Khan as a charismatic leader. However, Senator Salim Saif Ullah was supporting to align with the PML-N. Hamid Nasir Chattha opposed going with the PML-N but he is unclear about the PTI option. Sources claimed that Chattha wants maximum controls for the Likeminded in case of their alliance with the PTI as he thinks the splinter group has several veteran politicians and technocrats. When contacted, steering committee chairman Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri said, He has been saying for long that next elections will be contested under various alliances and Likeminded will certainly forge an alliance for the next polls; however, it is too early to say anything. Rejecting the reports about fissures in the Likeminded , he said the group enjoys the support of six Senators and same number of Sindh Assembly members, besides its support in the National Assembly. Kasuri said Likeminded would not join the government.