ISLAMABAD To make PPP stronger, the top leadership is believed to have decided some major changes in the party both at the central and provincial levels and these changes would take place very soon. Sources within the party told TheNation that some major changes in the party are on the cards, which include appointment of a new Central General Secretary as well as provincial president for Punjab. PPP leadership is seriously thinking to strengthen party by making important changes to give boost to the party at grass-roots level. Sources were of the view that purpose of the entire exercise would to enhance coordination between the Centre and provinces and down to district and ward levels, especially in Punjab province where the party had suffered for lack of full time party President. Sources said that various proposals were under consideration before the final announcement expected in weeks time. Sources were of the view that President Asif Ali Zradri, who is also Co-Chairperson of the party, was expected to make the changes in August but had to delay the process because of the unprecedented floods in the country. Meanwhile, it was reliably learnt that the party leadership was working on various proposals including the one, which suggested that party high command was likely to appoint two presidents for the Punjab province. Sources said that under the proposal two presidents would be appointed one for the central Punjab and other for the Southern Punjab, and hot names for the slots include Qamar Zaman Kaira, Dr Babar Awan and Tanvir Ashraf Kaira for partys central General Secretary as well as Punjab President. It is to be mentioned here that the presidential seat of the party in Punjab was lying vacant after the resignation of Rana Aftab Ahmad who was defeated in a by-election. At that time General Secretary of Punjab PPP was appointed as Acting Provincial President. However, despite the expiry of the notification of Acting Provincial President issued by the party leadership, no one has yet been appointed as the Provincial President.