ISLAMABAD - The already complex and precarious relations among the coalition partners, having stakes in port city of Karachi, are turning further complex, as Pakistan Peoples Party leadership is finding it hard to keep the people with repellent and abhorring tendency against one another sit together. Sources aware of behind the scene developments informed TheNation that after the recent videoconference by MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain wherein he had levelled allegations of serious nature against Awami National Party. ANP chief Asfandyar Wali Khan, who also came under the barrage of allegations, had approached President Asif Ali Zardari and made it clear that they would no more sit with MQM if it was taken back in the government. The sources further informed that though President Zardari had calmed him down and sought time from him to get the matter settled, the follow-up events had spoken volumes about the widening differences between the coalition partners as the blame game between them is further flared. A source in the government informed that PPP for the time being had succeeded in damage control exercise by adjourning the National Assembly session in the name of floods in Sindh and for the same reason the parties had also stopped war of words against one another, but as soon as the things would normalise the differences among ANP, MQM and some segments of PPP would come to fore for the disadvantage of the ruling coalition. The sources further informed that matter of MQMs rejoining the federal and Sindh governments was also deferred for the time being only to get the things cool down but some sources close to ANP informed TheNation that they had already shown their reservations over MQMs return in the government and they would announce their future course of action at the time of their retaking the ministerial slots. The sources further said that PPP was eager to take back MQM in the coalition and it was MQM which had deferred their rejoining the federal as well as Sindh governments and there was no bar whatsoever from PPP side on their re-entry in the government. It is pertinent to mention here that a couple of days back Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani while talking to media in Islamabad had made it clear that MQM was still part of the government as neither the resignations of their federal ministers nor of provincial ministers were accepted. The sources in ANP informed that party leadership had expressed their concern to Pakistan Peoples Party and it was also made it clear to them that in case the MQM would return in government then Awami National Party would reserve its right to take independent decision. The sources in the government informed that no party including some of their own senior party leaders were happy over the ongoing Rangers operation in Karachi and privately they were taking up their concern with President Zardari and Premier Gilani. The sources further said that in days to come the ruling PPP would have to carve out some middle course to resolve the differences between MQM and ANP or at least make them sit together in the coalition governments both at the Centre and Sindh.