ISLAMABAD - JUI-F Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman Tuesday said that his party had not taken any decision yet to overthrow the Government of Balochistan. The decision about quitting the Government of Balochistan or any other option will also come under discussion in partys Executive Council meeting on Wednesday (today), Fazl told media persons after having a meeting with Balochistan Chief Minister, Nawab Aslam Raisani. Aslam Raisani called on Maulana Fazlur Rehman along with Federal Minister for Postal Services Israrullah Zehri here on Tuesday. JUI-F sources said that the CM also asked Fazl to reconsider his decision of parting ways with the Government, while JUI-F Chief remained stuck to his previous stance. Besides overall political situation in the country, the issue regarding in-house change in the Balochistan Assembly also discussed in the meeting, the sources added. The sources further said that Executive Council meeting might also ponder upon the revival of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA). Meanwhile talking about the upcoming meeting of the party, Fazl told reporters that Parliamentary Leader in Balochistan Assembly Maulana Abdul Wassey and Provincial Amir Maulana Muhammad Khan Sheerani would also attend the meeting. He further said that Balochistan body of the party would be consulted before taking any decision on Balochistan. When asked about the chairmanship of Council of Islamic Ideology (CII), he said that it had no concern with the Government. He further said that Federal Minister Khurshid Shah could not ask Sheerani to quit CII chairmanship. Speaking on the occasion, the CM Balochistan said that he felt no threat for the Government of Balochistan. Agencies add: JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, We have not decided about dislodging the Balochistan government. However, he said consultations were going on with all the political stakeholders over the subject, adding that the JUI-F had not finalised the future strategy. Fazl said the proposal to change the provincial political scene came from the chief of the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain. Replying to a question, Raisani said, There is no threat to my government, and quipped, I have no threats because I am very dangerous myself. He said he didnt care if the government was toppled.