KARACHI - Awami National Party (ANP) Sindh on Wednesday threatened to quit the provincial coalition set-up in case the government continues to ignore its leadership in important matters. In a press statement issued here, ANP Sindh spokesman said the party would quit the provincial government if the latter does not take it on board regarding crucial policy matters and fail to start development works in Pukhtoon-dominated areas. ANP has expressed its concern over the silence of government regarding police officials involved in harassing the innocent ANP workers, he added. The spokesman further said that ANP has protested against government for not taking its leadership into confidence on crucial issues. He said that the ANP leadership was deliberately being ignored on important matters such as power crises, local government system, administrative changes in Sindh and other issues. Despite our sincere support to the government to maintain peace in Karachi and on all other issues, we are not even invited in important meetings, the spokesman complained.