LARKANA - PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain has said his party will not ally with PML-N in any case, but said there is a clear indication of alliance with other PML factions in the country.

He was talking to reporters at Moenjodaro Airport on Sunday. PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat and Secretary General Mushahid Hussain, during their visit to Larkana and Dadu districts, were received by former Balochistan chief minister Jam Yousuf, adviser to Sindh Chief Minister Haleem Adil Sheikh, local leaders, Divisional President Babu Sarwer Siyal, Advocate Kalapna Devi and others on the occasion. The PML-Q leaders also attended a gathering in Pathan village in Bakrani tehsil organised by PML-Q Babu Sarwer Siyal and other local leaders. A large number of PML-Q worker and villagers of surrounding villages attended the gathering which lasted late night.

The purpose of the PML-Q leaders’ visit to Larkana, Dadu and other parts of Sindh was to reunite the party leaders and workers for the preparation of the upcoming general elections.

Mushahid Hussain, talking to reporters in Larkana, said the last elections had proven that PML-Q was the second largest party. He pointed out PML-Q enjoyed good relations with PML-F and other PML factions in Sindh, so there was possibility of alliance with Pir Pagara. He said PML-Q was the party of Quaid-e-Azam and “we will struggle to save the Quaid’s Pakistan”.

 He said PML-F also wanted a Pakistan based on the Quaid’s vision and principles. He congratulated PML-F for successful public meeting in Hyderabad and assured him of all possible support.

Mushahid said PML-Q would contest the upcoming polls as a separate entity, adding there would be no contest between arrow and bicycle in any constituency. He claimed PML-Q had made action plan for the polls.

Mushahid condemned the terrorist attack on the Peshawar airport. He ruled out any compromise on the national security, adding there would be no cut in the military budget if India did not change its defence policies. He claimed the people of Sindh would vote for PML-Q and reject PML-N.