ISLAMABAD - PML (Q) now renamed as Pakistan Muslim League (PML) Tuesday took a U-turn demanding reinstatement of deposed judges without further delay. According to the party sources, parliamentary opposition group in the National Assembly would unveil its strategy once the coalition government tabled the draft resolution in the National Assembly. Sources told TheNation that it was an amusing situation in the meeting when party president Chaudhry Shujjat Hussain who presided over the group meeting after arrival from his foreign tour declared that his party had never opposed deposed judges' reinstatement. Insiders said Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain had to announce this after sensing the mood of the meeting where most of the participants demanded of the party leadership to support the government resolution. "Let us return to the true democratic course. Being a political party, the PML should uphold the public aspirations over the judges' issue. It would not only strengthen the rank and file of the party but also enable us to represent the public in the parliament," the sources quoted a PML MNA as saying. However, some participants even sought to table parallel resolution ahead of the draft resolution the treasury benches are to table, demanding immediate reinstatement of the deposed judges. On this point, sources said that party's legal tycoons including S.M.Zafar and Dr.Khalid Ranjah were requested for drafting the resolution. However, this did not happen and the opposition leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Pervez Elahi did not encourage the move, a participant said. The PML (Q) parliamentary party meeting resolved to take a decision once a resolution over the judges issue is finalised. The party was of the view that actually the judges issue is no more a technical matter and has rather become political now. "We are not against the restoration of judges and if the issue is not resolved according to the constitution and law the same should be resolved politically," said PML President Ch Shujaat Hussain while talking to the media at his residence after the PML (Q) Parliamentary Party meeting. He said the issue of judges should be resolved as early as possible so that the government could resolve the problems of the masses, especially the flour crisis. Ch Shujaat said the restoration of judges had become the political issue rather than a constitutional one but still the PML did not want to indulge into the technical issues. Ch Shujaat said he never opposed the judges restoration and it was upto the ruling coalition to decide how many judges would be restored and when. Hailing the removal of the graduation condition for contesting elections, Chaudhry Shujaat said it would help strengthen the democratic system. Commenting on he news conference addressed by leaders of the ruling coalition, Shujaat said there was no harmony in the statements of both the leaders. "I had earlier predicted that the one-month timeframe would come to an end but these politicians would not be able to settle the judges issue. Now you see, 9 days are left in the deadline and they have formed a committee to settle the issue," he said. Shujaat reminded both the PPP and PML-N to shift their attention towards the issues being faced by the common public, saying that the government should shift its focus to resolve atta, power and water crisis. "The PML would continue reminding the coalition government to fulfill the promises they made to the masses during their electoral campaign", he said. Shujaat brushed aside the impression that his party was facing any internal split. "All the names which captured headlines in media are present here. They all are with the party," he added. Earlier, Senator S.M. Zafar gave a detailed briefing about a possible resolution to restore the deposed judges.