ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League-Q is all set to move disqualification references, against 2 or 3 members of the party's forward bloc in Punjab Assembly, to the Speaker under anti-defection law, TheNation learnt here on Thursday. "Although some members of the forward bloc have returned to party ranks and also attended Pervaiz Elahi's 'get-together' on Wednesday but there are still around two dozen MPAs who, defying the party rules, participated in PML-N's iftar-dinner", said a PML-Q leader seeking not to be named. He said that PML-Q's top brass had decided in principle to take legal action against two or three MPAs of the forward bloc to teach a lesson to others defying the party rules. "Chaudhry brothers have completed their homework in this behalf and consultations with party's legal experts are also over. Actually party's central command did not want to file disqualification references against the defiant members, rather was using intimidation tactics to bring them back to the party fold but now, after its failure, the legal action has become inevitable", he added.  He claimed that disqualification references against Muhammad Atta Manika, Saba Sadiq and some other members would be filed in a day or two with the Speaker Punjab Assembly. When PML-Q central leader, Raja Basharat, was asked about it, he said that draft reference was ready against Atta Manika and Saba Sadiq and action against them would be started in a day or two. "As per rule PML-Q parliamentary leader in the Punjab Assembly or party's Provincial President would give defiant members show cause notices and after the passage of seven days the party would move the disqualification reference. According to law, the Speaker is bound to move reference to Chief Election Commissioner in two days", he stated. Basharat said that the process had already been delayed due to departure of party's President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain to China. "Another factor behind procrastination was Khalid Ranjha and SM Zafar's engagement in courts", he added.