ISLAMABAD - The United States (US) has given green signal to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari for removing President Pervez Musharraf form his office, a reliable source told The Nation on Saturday. According to a well-informed source, US Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte, along with a delegation of Democratic Senators, is coming to Pakistan within the next three days to meet President Pervez Musharraf and PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari. "Negroponte will arrive in Pakistan with a message of US President George W Bush for President Musharraf", sources claimed. The sources further said that Negroponte would give time frame to President Musharraf for quitting his office. The sources asserted that PPP-P President Makhdoom Amin Fahim was likely to become new President after removal of General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf.        The sources further stated that after taking green signal the PPP would give time frame, most probably till June 10, to the President to tender resignation or be ready for impeachment. "The PPP has also completed its work for impeachment of President Pervez Musharraf with two-thirds majority in the joint session of Parliament", the sources told, adding that the matter of impeachment was also discussed in the Central Executive Committee (CEC) of PPP that was held at Zardari House here on Saturday. The sources said that the PPP leadership was in constant contact with the forward bloc of Pakistan Muslim League-Q and independent candidates including Manzoor Watto and Hamid Nasir Chattha. The sources said that most of the PML-Q parliamentarians would support the PPP for impeachment of the President. The PPP source said that in the CEC meeting of the PPP, almost all the members had given clear-cut message to their Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari to get rid of the dictator. "In the meeting, the party Co-Chairman told the members that the President did not want to hand over powers to Parliament and he was creating many obstacles to make supremacy of Parliament impossible", the sources said.