ISLAMABAD " Pakistan Muslim League-Q's Central Executive Committee meeting concluded here on Saturday on a win-win note for Chaudhrys and dissident party elders as both camps agreed to form a Special Committee to run party affairs thus saving embattled Q-League from imminent threat of fracture. "I have accepted all the demands made by Chattha Sahib and we have decided to form a committee that would meet regularly to address all the party issues. I want to admit here that there was a lack of coordination on our part and now we have decided to strengthen the culture of consultation in the party to keep the party intact and active," said Ch. Shujaat while addressing a joint press conference after the party's CEC meeting. Flanked by Chaudhry Hamid Nasir Chattha, Amir Muqam, Ejaz-ul-Haq, Khurshid Kasuri, Humayon Akhtar and others, Ch. Shujaat Hussain further said the party CEC had decided that the party would have now to grow on its own and not looking towards anyone else. "We would also discuss tomorrow in party's Central Working Committee (CWC) all the issues confronting the country including the drone attacks inside Pakistani territory, economic situation, IMF loan, proposal of agriculture tax, price hike, privatisation of national assets, etc," he said, adding that the CWC would also pass resolutions over those issues in its Sunday's sitting. He said it was only PML that believed in democratic norms and each member had the right to voice difference of opinion in the party meetings. Talking to Hamid Nasir Chattha, he said that both the groups had recognized the arguments tabled by each other. Hamid Nasir Chatta said that the meeting was held in a friendly atmosphere and stressed that party's top command had accepted the legitimate demands of all senior party leaders. "I have no more grudge with party's central command and I hope that under Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain's dynamic leadership, Special Committee would play a pivotal role to make it a vibrant party", he added. He asked the media not to call them 'defiant group'. "The meeting was held in an amicable environment as Chattha and like-minded leaders sent a message to Ch Shujaat Hussain on Friday night that the former would not confront in the meeting if the latter agreed to their proposal of constituting a special committee to run the party affairs", said a CEC member. He claimed that on Friday night, Chattha desired to hold a separate meeting with Ch Shujaat Hussain that was overturned by Chaudhrys. "On Saturday morning, prior to CEC meeting, Ch Pervaiz Elahi, Hamid Nasir Chattha, Humayon Akhtar Khan, Khurshid Kasuri, Iqbal Dar and Farooq Leghari held an exclusive meeting in which it was decided that Chaudhrys would endorse the idea of forming special committee while dissident leaders would not opt the path of confrontation in the meeting", he said. Well-informed sources within PML-Q told this scribe that Special Committee would comprise 10-15 party leaders including Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain (chairman), and Ch. Hamid Nasir Chattha, Salim Saifullah, Sardar Farooq Leghari, Khurhid Mehmood Kasuri, Amir Muqam, Ch Pervaiz Elahi, Jam Muhammad Yousaf, Arbab Ghulam Rahim and Gohar Ayub Khan (members). Some sources claimed that the former President Farooq Leghari had played an important role in bridging the gulf between Chaudhrys and dissident party leaders. The sources added that Farooq Leghari also convinced Ch. Shujaat to acknowledge the demands made by the dissident group. Ch Amir Hussain, former Speaker NA while talking to media persons at PML House after the conclusion of the meeting said that all the issues had been discussed in an amicable manner and no differences surfaced in the meeting. He said that PML-Q was the second largest party of the country in terms of vote bank and every political party had to pass through thick and thin. On the future of former President Pervez Musharraf, Chaudhary Amir Hussain said that Musharraf would not participate in the politics for two years and repelled the impression that any group in the party was trying to create differences in the ranks of the party on the whim of Pervez Musharraf.