KARACHI - The Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid-e-Azam has announced to hold public gathering in Sanghar in the second week of December.This was announced by the provincial general secretary of the PML-Q and advisor to Sindh CM for relief department Haleem Adil Shaikh in his statement on Monday.According to the statement, PML-Q leader Haleem Adil Shaikh met with the party chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Senator Mushahid Hussain and discussed matters of the provincial party structure. Provincial General Secretary of the PML-Q briefed the party leadership about the working relations with the ruling PPP in the Sindh province as well as party’s organization.PML-Q chief Shujaat Hussain directed the Haleem Adil Shaikh to start campaign with the workers and strengthening of the party structure in other districts of the province. It may be noted that the PML-Q’s Sindh President Ghaus Bux Mahar recently resigned as federal minister as he was not happy with the party’s policy to continue cooperation with the ruling PPP in the Sindh government over the government’s solo flight in passing the Sindh Local Govt Law. Mahar has decided to quit the PML-Q and going to join the PML-F of Pir Pagara. Meanwhile, Special Assistant to Prime Minister, Shahnaz Wazir Ali on Monday visited Liaquatabad Town here and met with the parents of the suspected polio affected child, Salman.A statement issued here said that Shahnaz Wazir Ali visited HR UC 11 Liaqatabad Town Karachi accompanied with DC Central Dr Saif-ul Rehman, Dr Ahmed Ali Shaikh, of CM Polio cell, Dr Tarique Masood, Area Coordinator WHO, Dr Shoukat Ali, Health Officer Unicef, Ahsan-ul-Haque Mahar, Provincial Communication officer of CM Polio Cell and Dr Aziz Baloch THO Liaqatabad Town. She met with the parents of suspected Polio affected child Salman, the family of child was refusal on religious ground and child had not received Polio drops.  She expressed her views that polio is crippling disease and there is no treatment of this disease and only prevention that is two drops of polio vaccine. During the meeting, she briefed the family regarding the importance of polio vaccine on medical and Islamic point of view and the parents were convinced and allowed team to administered polio drops. The family also promised to support polio team in covering refusal. The parents’ message was recorded in favour of Polio drops. In last, she appreciated the efforts of DC central and the town health team.