LAHORE - Muthidda Muslim League (MML) in a bid to demonstrate its support among the masses will hold first public meeting at Rahim Yar Khan on Thursday (today). Leaders of MML including Mir Zafar Ullah Khan Jamali, Senator Saleem Saifullah Khan, Hamid Nasir Chattha, Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Ijaz-ul-Haq, Hamuyun Akhtar, Jehangir Tareen, Makhdom Ahmed Mehmood, Mian Muhammad Asif, Kashmala Tariq and Lala Nisar Khan will address the first public meeting besides, chief of Hazara Tehrik Baba Haider Zaman. The two spokespersons of MML Kashmala Tariq and Mian Asif told this scribe on Wednesday the leaders and workers belonging to the component parties of newly formed alliance would take part in the first meeting of MML besides participants from Rahim Yar Khan. They also said MML would unveil its future political strategy in the public moot, while it would also make its schedule public regarding upcoming public moots. Meanwhile, political circles were of the view that generating political activity in the form of public meetings had become vital for the political lifeline of MML, which might become part of the history after failing to convince the top leadership of PML-Q and PML-N for becoming part of the newly formed alliance. As PML-Q chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said after a meeting with MML leader Mir Zafar Ullah Khan Jamali early this month that there were only three meaningful factions of Leagues, which were PML-Q, PML-N and PML-F, while the Like-Minded possess no independent political identity and they were part and parcel of PML-Q. Likewise, the remaining Muslim Leagues, which were part of MML, had also no 'say among the masses. Chaudhry Shujaat had told Zafar Ullah Jamali that he would consult the latters proposals regarding alliance among factions of the Leagues with his party leaders. While, the PML-Q chief had given no timeframe to reply the Jamalis call. Similarly, Jamali was also politely refused by PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif, as the latter told him that he would be replying to MMLs proposals after consulting with his other party leaders.