KARACHI - The organisational set up of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Rabita Committe Pakistan is likely to be announced in a few days by the party chief Altaf Hussain, who had suspended it three months ago, The Nation has learnt here on Thursday. It is worth noted here that the set ups of the MQM Rabita Committee and other important wings of the MQM had been suspended due to their meagre and poor performances. Resultantly, several top stalwarts position holders of the party (Rabita Committee) including the in-charge and joint in-charge of MQM Rabita Committee have lost their positions in the wake of party decision. Informed sources on condition of anonymity told The Nation that this would be expected that the set up of the MQM will be announced soon but with few considerable changes. It is learned that the process of such reorganisation will likely to separate the parliamentary wing from the organisational system because it is said that the merger of parliamentary wing affects the performance of different departments of the party. The sources informed that Anees Ahmed Qaim Khani and Waseem Aftab will be expected to get the top slots of the MQM Rabita Committee. Qaim Khani has returned to the country after spending several years in London where he had performed his services at MQM London secretariat as the member of MQM Rabita Committee. Waseem Aftab has also worked as the member of MQM Rabita Committee but also continued his services in MQM Rabita Committee Ad-hoc setup. Sources said that the most of the members of present ad-hoc setup of MQM Rabita Committee will not bagged the positions in the MQM Pakistan organisational set up due to their performances and other reasons. The ad-hoc setup of MQM Rabita Committee has comprised of 8 members. Well-placed sources in the party said that the restoration of the party former structure in the position of 1992, is also came under discussion in the top party leadership, which had ended after the self-exile of the party chief. However, massive reorganisations will be held in the party after the announcement of the MQM Pakistan organisational structure, sources added.