LAHORE-The PPPs top leadership is indecisive as yet on the question of who should lead the party in Punjab, and whether there should be one or two presidents in the province. Since the ouster of Rana Aftab Ahmad Khan some six months back, there had been talk of revamping the organisation to galvanise the party in Punjab for better results in the coming elections. It was then a considered opinion of partys higher hierarchy that a person of the stature of Sharifs should be given the responsibility of galvanising the party in Punjab to achieve the desired results. Politicians like Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Qamar Zaman Kaira were then considered for partys Punjab President, but since these stalwarts were holding very important portfolios, the idea was dropped. The party then started working on a new proposal of having two presidents in the province, one for the central region and the other for southern Punjab. The idea was that two presidents would be in a better position to have improved coordination with party cadres at district and tehsil levels. Party sources informed The Nation that in case the decision is to put the Punjab organisation under a single command, the President may be chosen from amongst a list containing names of some federal ministers, considered close to party Co-chairman. They include:Qamar Zaman Kaira, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Dr. Babar Awan and Imtiaz Safdar Warriach. The name of former MNA Ch Manzoor is also under consideration. And if it is decided that there should be two presidents in the province, there exists another list of ministers being considered for the slots, the sources further told this scribe. Punjab Finance Minister Tanvir Ashraf Kaira is being tipped as the most likely choice of the leadership for central Punjab, though names of Punjab Senior Minister Raja Riaz Ahmad and Sami Ullah Khan are also under consideration. For southern Punjab, the party is contemplating the name of PMs advisor and MNA, Jamshaid Dasti, who has made his mark on the leadership by achieving a thumbing victory in by-elections despite the fact that he became a controversial figure after allegations of possessing a fake graduation degree. But many think that regardless of his popularity within his constituency, he lacks credentials to lead the organisation being a novice in this field. The leadership is also considering the names of MNA Qayyum Jatoi and Federal Minister Makhdoom Shahbuddin for southern region. Sources in the Presidency confided to The Nation on Wednesday that proposal to have two presidents in Punjab is most likely to get the assent of party Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari who has made up his mind to take some decision in this regard within a week.