ISLAMABAD - Like other main opposition and religious parties, the PPPs coalition partner MQM is also all set to raise its concern over non-formation of the parliamentary committee to oversee the implementation of earlier resolutions as well as the recent All Parties Conference (APC) Resolution, which was supposed to be formed in the ongoing session of the parliament. After passing a fortnight time, the government is yet to form a parliamentary committee to oversee the implementation of earlier resolutions and the recent APC resolution. As soon after the completion of the meeting, Information Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan, had assured to constitute a parliamentary committee during the upcoming National Assembly session. It is relevant to note here that the 35th session of the National Assembly, which started on October 3 is scheduled to continue till October 18. In this regard, the opposition (mainly PML-N) and religio-political forces have time and again questioned about the non-formation of parliamentary committee to oversee the implementation of all resolutions of APCs. MQM will raise its concern over non-formation of the parliamentary committee on All Parties Conference as yet, said MQM senior leader Haider Abbas Rizvi while talking to TheNation. He said that Muttahida would give a reminder to Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza about the establishment of parliamentary committee to oversee the implementation of resolutions. Its a matter of the countrys integrity, so we will favour for early formation of the parliamentary committee, he added. Muttahida, which has recently rejoined the PPP-led government, would be the first allied party of the government to raise its concern on the issue. As per the 13th point of the recent APCs resolution, a parliamentary committee be formed to oversee the implementation of earlier resolutions as well as the recently passed resolution and progress on the same be made public on monthly basis. It would not be out of place to mention here that Leader of the Opposition Ch Nisar Ali Khan, in the National Assembly had raised serious concern about not taking steps to make the parliamentary committee in this regard. On the same issue, the religio-political parties that had participated in the APC, have reportedly expressed their concern about the fate of the joint resolution approved by over 50 political parties of the country. These parties include JI, JUI-F, Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP), Tehreek Islami. They have reportedly said that the incumbent government is yet to move forward for the implementation of the resolution. As per the main the points of unanimously passed resolution, it was decided that there has to be a new direction and policy with a focus on peace and reconciliation. Give peace a chance must be the guiding central principle henceforth. According to the resolution, Defence of Pakistans sovereignty and its territorial integrity is a sacred duty, which shall never be compromised. In a bid to review previous resolution, it was decided that all earlier unanimous resolutions of the Parliament and the recommendations of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on National Security must be implemented.