ISLAMABAD - As the PPP-led government has almost decided to summon the meeting of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to elect new chairman, Pakistan Muslim League (N) members of this parliamentary committee have not been conveyed about the upcoming meeting yet and larger opposition party is also not willing to be contender for parliamentary committee’s chairmanship.The member from opposition parties have still not conveyed about expected meeting of the parliamentary committee to elect chairman’s slot vacant for last couple of months, a member of PAC from PML(N) told TheNation. “It is confirmed that any PML-N member will not join the race for chairmanship,” said a senior PAC member.The sources said that PPP-led government after the sudden resignation of Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, as chairman PAC, wanted to appoint chairman from its own party but later the idea was dropped keeping in the violation of the Charter of Democracy (CoD) signed by Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto five years back. The relevant CoD clause says the chairmen of Public Accounts Committees in the national and provincial assemblies will be appointed by the leaders of opposition in these houses, as Nisar got this position courtesy of the CoD.The government, the sources said, had to face difficulty to appoint successor of the previous chairman, as Ch Nisar had also made it clear before his resignation that PML-N members would not be among the contenders.Before rendering the PAC dysfunctional, Nisar had dissolved all the PAC special committees and sub-committees, saying that no special or subcommittees of the PAC could hold any meetings before a proper meeting of the PAC itself.  Previous chairman of PAC had also reportedly given two reasons for dissolution of the PAC sub-committee including appointment of Akhtar Buland Rana as Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) and non-compliance of PAC’s directives by the government. It was also reported that another reason for his possible resignation might be the non-submission of a report about the alleged involvement of three former army generals - in the multibillion rupees National Logistic Cell (NLC) scam.The parliamentary committee (PAC) after becoming dysfunctional smoothly disposed of the audit objections till 2007 besides approving reports for the years 1990-91, 1992-93, 1994-95, 1997-98, 2002-02, 2008-09, which had been laid in the National Assembly (NA).It was learnt that if the new chairman was appointed the audit objections relating to the present government starting from its first year, 2008, in office, might be discussed in the initial meetings.  When contacted, NA secretariat did not confirm the dates of upcoming meeting of the parliamentary committee (PAC).