ISLAMABAD - While supporting Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (Fazal)s stance of resigning from the cabinet, Ahsan Iqbal said that the government by removing the culprit, and who pinpointed it, has equalled the donkey and the horse. Haider Abbas Rizvi also said that the government must have consulted its collision partners. He also said that his party has also reservations those are on record that the government was not taking all its collision partners on board while making decisions, that was not a good sign at all and it should show some seriousness. He also said that MQM just came to know on Monday that it was a terrorist party again declared by PPP members obviously. Ahsan Iqbal said that Azam Khan Swati was the person who unveiled the corruption in Haj and was not supposed to be removed with the Minister of Religious Affairs Hamid Saeed Kazmi. Fauzia Wahab said on the issue that the ministers were removed for violating discipline as they didnt obey Prime Ministers orders to keep silent and giving no comments and statements. In a sense PM didnt want one of his ally to give statements against his minister Hamid Kazmi. Fazia Wahab said that both the ministers were removed for the same reason of not abiding PMs orders and further said that PMs respect must be done as he is the head of Cabinet. She also said that the differences between Peoples Party and JUI-F were superficial and would be resolved soon. JUI-F and PPP were good friends and they jointly had struggled for democracy in the country, she maintained. Monitoring Desk adds: PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain said his party members would take any decision about backing the PPP government after the JUI-F left the coalition, reported a private TV channel. It is premature to say anything like this. Let the situation get clear after which well be in a position to comment over the issue. He said his party would not support the government in the RGST issue. PML-N leader Ayaz Amir said the move would not have great impact on the government as their numerical strength was negligible. He said politics had some manners and rules and regulations, but the two ministers started pelting stones at each other. President Awami Muslim League Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said the WikiLeaks had challenged the image of Maulana and if he stayed firm with his decision, then the government would have to lose the coalition partner, adding that politics would take a new turn after Ashura. He said it would be difficult for Maulana to withdraw his decision and there was also a question mark over the future of the PM. He said the JUI and the PML-N had opposed the RGST and it would be very difficult to pass the bill before the IMF meeting. ANP leader Zahid Khan said his party would not part ways with the government. He said the government should have taken the JUI-F into confidence over the dismissal of Azam Swati, adding that Premier Gilani made a right decision.