ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League-Q here on Wednesday fractured into two factions within 48 hours of the ouster of party's creator Pervez Musharraf as more than twenty party MNAs against the whim of Q-League's central command called on Prime Minister at lunch and dinner in two separate groups. A delegation of party legislators comprising Arbab Zakaullah, Jam Mir Muhammad Yousaf, Sardar Bahadur Ahmed Khan Sihar, Amjad Abbas, Jaffar Khan Leghari, Engineer Usman, Ghulam Hyder Samejo, Dewan Aashiq Hussain Bukhari, Mehboob Sultan, Saima Bharwana, Saeed Zafar and Riaz Fatiana called on Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and had a lunch with him. Though Q-League legislators termed it a courtesy call meant to develop congenial relations between treasury and Opposition benches yet the sources told this correspondent that in the meeting PML-Q lawmakers assured the Prime Minister of their full support in the forthcoming presidential election. The presence of Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo in the meeting further strengthens the idea that the meeting was more than a goodwill gesture.   "In the meeting between the PPP Prime Minister and the PML-Q lawmakers, the latter also assured the former that they would support PPP-led government's move to abolish 17th amendment", the sources claimed. Sources told that the Prime Minister said that the government was trying its best to complete the required numbers for the elimination of 58-2(B), National Security Council, condition for holding the office of Prime Minister for third term and elimination of Local Bodies Ordinance 2002. Riaz Fatiana talking to The Nation said that it was a courtesy call in which the lawmakers from Opposition presented different suggestions to the Prime Minister regarding Bait-ul-Maal, Zakat, price hike and law and order. He said that on the request of PML-Q parliamentarians, the Prime Minister had ordered to construct a gymnasium in the parliament lodges. Fatiana said that Saddique Khan Baloch, Aslam Bodla and Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Shirazi had to attend the luncheon but due to some inevitable reasons could not join them. Sardar Bahadur Ahmed Khan Sihar said that in the meeting Q-League parliamentarians presented different suggestions on various issues confronting the nation.    A second group of PML-Q MNAs consisting of Kashmala Tariq, Sardar Israr Khan Tareen, Nasrullah Khan Bijrani, Malik Nauman Ahmed Langryal, Talib Hussain Nakai and Mir Ahmadan Khan Bugti called on the PM at the dinner. It is pertinent to mention here that most of the parliamentarians who met the Prime Minister at lunch and dinner are already out of control of Chaudhry brothers.     Riaz Fatiana and Kashmala Tariq had formerly formed a reformist group in the party and thus had challenged the authority of Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain while Sardar Bahadur Ahmed Khan Sihar and others had developed proximity with PPP during impeachment episode. The sources told this scribe that the PML-Q parliamentarians meeting with the Prime Minister into two separate groups was due to differences between Kashmala and Fatiana. It is also important to mention here that Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain along with his loyal parliamentarians called on former President Pervez Musharraf on the same day while none of the above-named lawmakers was the part of that delegation. Background discussions with the members of like-minded group revealed that they were defiant of Chaudhrys and after the exit of Pervez Musharraf had again gained strength to challenge the authority of Chaudhry brothers openly. Like-minded parliamentarians also did not participate in the party's CEC meeting held on August 19 (Tuesday).