ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party strategy and efforts to have smooth sailing during the Presidents address to joint sitting of the Parliament on March 22 seem to have failed and after the announcement of PML-Q, the erstwhile coalition partner of the ruling alliance JUI-F and the main opposition party in the National Assembly PML-N would likely to boycott the Presidential address. President Asif Ali Zardari is going to address the joint sitting tomorrow for the fourth consecutive term as no elected President of Pakistan has achieved this opportunity before. But at the same time, his address could converge all the parties sitting on the opposition benches to unite against the government and the event could become a triggering point for a mass movement against the coalition government, a senior leader of PML-N replied when asked about his partys stance on the issue. But contrary to his past experience, this time President Zardari may have to face some rowdy acts by the opposition, as definitely before boycotting his address they would create rumpus in the house. Sources in the government informed that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has already called the joint parliamentary parties meeting of the coalition partners here today to finalise the strategy to cope with situation in case the opposition parties create trouble during the Presidents address. At the same time, he has tasked the senior party leaders like Mian Raza Rabbani, Syed Naveed Qamar and Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, who enjoy respect in the opposition ranks as well, to meet the opposition leaders and convince them not to boycott or create a scene during the Presidents address. On the other hand, the main opposition parties have also called the meetings of their respective parliamentary parties to draw their line of action during the Presidents address. Shujaat Hussain has already announced boycotting the address and contacted JUI-F and MQM to join PML-Q.