LAHORE - Leaders of Muttahidda Muslim League (MML) will meet on Sunday (today) to plan the arrangements of holding alliances public moot at Mochi Gate on February 5, while the MMLs leadership also expected to discuss a contingency plan if they are not allowed to hold public meeting and the current political scenario. Insiders in the four-faction alliance of the Muslim Leagues told this scribe on Saturday that the leaders of MML besides holding their meeting, could also attend the Tahafuz-e-Namoos-e-Risalat rally to be taken out from Nasir Bagh today. They informed that MML leaders would also ponder upon the issue of US embassy employee Raymond Davis, who killed innocent civilians on January 27 near Mozang Crossing in order to chalk out a strategy if Davis was handed over to the US authorities, as the US authorities claimed diplomatic immunity for Davis who is a technical advisor at the American Consulate General in Lahore. Insiders also told that the moot would also ponder upon the efforts of the MML for the alliance among various factions of Muslim League since its inception. They informed that MML moot would discuss alliance leaders efforts regarding contacting the leaders of other political forces and convincing them to join the right-wing political amalgam to reduce the foreign powers involvement in countrys policy making. The insiders further informed that the moot would also discuss the issue of MML member parties readiness for participating the local bodies polls if the same would be held in near future. The MML meeting would also deliberate over the current issues facing the country, which include target killing in Karachi, gas and electricity loadshedding, overall law and order situation, economic conditions and other issues in order to devise their public strategy on these issues. The MML comprised of PML-Q (Like-Minded Group), PML (Zia), PML (Functional) and Awami Muslim League. When contacted, Kashmala Tariq, spokesperson of MML while confirming to this scribe said that the four-faction alliance of leagues would provide an alternate leadership to the masses and claimed that they would succeed soon in convincing the Leaguers of other factions and likeminded forces to join the MML.