ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) would neither make alliance with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) nor Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q) in Punjab in the current political scenario, reliable sources revealed to TheNation on Monday. According to the sources, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in his meeting with PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif at Raiwind had proposed to join the government at the Centre and assured him to implement the Charter of Democracy (CoD) in letter and in sprit. They said that Mian Nawaz Sharif politely declined the offer. The sources also revealed that PML-N had decided to consider the issues like reconciliation, implementation of the CoD and alliance with the PPP in the second phase after the decision of the apex court. The sources further added that PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif while discussing the Punjab situation with the Prime Minister made it clear that his party would prove majority if Governor Salman Taseer convenes meeting of the Punjab Assembly. The sources also disclosed that the number of PNL-Q's Forward Bloc has reached 44, more than the half of PML-Q's actual strength in the Punjab Assembly. They were of the view that the Forward Bloc has gained majority over the mother party and now legally has become a parliamentary party. The decision of the majority should be accepted, they argued. The sources said that in the current situation, the PML-N would show majority with full support of the Forward Bloc who are likely to elect their own parliamentary leader in the forthcoming session of the Punjab Assembly. The sources also informed that the PPP and PML-N leaders had made commitment at the Raiwind meeting that they would not make alliance with Chaudhrys of Gujrat. According to the sources, if the apex court nullified the previous decision after the federal government's review petition, then Punjab Chief Minister would dissolve the Cabinet and form a new one.