LAHORE - PML-N high command setting aside its personal differences should join the upcoming unification of various factions of Muslim Leag-ue, otherwise it has to face a difficult situation in the next general elections, says Mian Asif, Secretary Information Punjab, PML-Q (Like-Mind-ed). He expressed these views while talking to local Like-Minded leaders and workers at party office on Tuesday. Mian Asif said that leaders of his party had initiated the efforts for the unification of Muslim Leagues, as the current circumstances demand that all the Muslim Leaguers should unite under a single umbrella to counter the anti-Pakistan forces and to steer the country out of the existing crises. He said people were talking about change in government or change of system due to the anti-public policies of the government and its poor governance, while the incumbent set up could not sustain if it would not take immediate measures for the welfare of the masses and safeguarding of the national interests of the country. Unification of Muslim League stressed Disunity among the factions of Muslim League has weakened Pakistans support for Kashmir and Palestine, as the incumbent rulers are not close to the ideological foundations of Pakistan, says opposition member Punjab Assembly, Khadija Umer Farooqi. In a press statement issued on Tuesday, Khadija said that PML-Q Chief Ch Shujaat Hussain was an upright politician, who setting aside his personal differences, was employing efforts to strengthen the Muslim League. She said Quaids Pakistan was facing serious ideological crisis and only the strong Muslim League could overcome this crisis.