It is heartening to know that Sibighatullah Rashadi, successor of late Pir Pagaro has expressed the desire that all factions of the Pakistan Muslim League must stand under one umbrella and contest the next general elections by forming alliance with Jamaat-i-Islami and MQM. He is deeply involved in fulfilling the mission of his late father to see all splinter groups of Muslim League reunite into a single strong political entity. But this objective could only be achieved if all the leaders constantly stay in touch with each other. The political philosophy of all PML factions is based on Pakistan ideology. And if that is truly so why can’t they join forces to rid the country of current political turmoil? Mian Nawaz Sharif and Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain must shun their arrogance, sink their differences and shake hands in the larger interest of the party as well as the country. It should not be made a question of prestige. If their goal is to see the country progress in line with the vision of the Father of the nation Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Poet of the East, Dr Allama Iqbal, they should not waste further time. People are facing worst form of governance, ever-growing inflation and the curse of loadshedding. The current regime has failed miserably in resolving the multiple crises afflicting the country. A strong PML would be better able to take the challenge head on. Their rivals do not want to see them together since they know that a strong League would certainly perform better in general elections. The onus is on Nawaz Sharif to take the first step.