ISLAMABAD - While commenting on the memo issue, President PML-Q Ch. Shujaat Hussain said on Tuesday that President Zardari was not involved in the alleged memo case and the issue would be resolved soon. Talking to journalists here after a function organized by his party to celebrate the passage of Prevention of Anti-Women Practices Bill, Shujaat said that the seats adjustment between PML-Q and PPP for next general elections would be done on merit. He was quite hopeful while saying that his party mates who have joined Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf would soon rejoin his party. Earlier, addressing the function, Shujaat said that the PML-Q has always raised its voice for the solution of public issues and its manifesto was to make ensure the easy availability of facilities to the common people and to give equal rights to the women. He added that they moved this bill during their own Government in 2006 but the landlords of their party became hurdle in its passage at that time. Secretary General PML-Q Mushahid Hussain Syed on the occasion said that this bill was moved by Ch Shujat Hussain in 2006 and PML-Q under his leadership always played a vital role for the women rights. He was of the view that women were more active than the men and the PML-Q female members of Punjab Assembly have played a very positive role of the opposition in provincial assembly. The PML-Q legislator Donia Aziz while addressing said that almost three half years were invested after that the bill was passed. She said that the hurdles were created in its passage but they would always safeguard the women rights. Member National Assembly Dr Atya Anayatullah, MNA Nosheen Saeed, President PML-Q Women Wing Farrukh Khan, Member Punjab Assembly Amna Ulfat, Samina Khawar Hayat, Senator Dilawar Abbas, Mustafa MAlik, Imtiaz Ranjha, Fouzia Naz and other leadership of the party participated in the function. to intervene. But Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff, told a Congressional panel that the Haqqani network was a 'veritable arm of the Pakistani intelligence servicean assertion that other top US officials involved in the region are calling provocative and overstated. The Sept. 8 meeting and request suggests a US idea to two realities: the Pakistan-Haqqani relationship may never be severed, and CIA drone strikes and US military raids arent enough to stop Haqqani attacks in Afghanistan.