LAHORE: PML-Q leader Makhdoom Faisal Saleh Hayat has categorically ruled out reconciliation between the PPP and the PML-Q.
Speaking to the media outside the Supreme Court today (Tuesday), Hayat termed Babar Awan's meeting with Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi as "quite shameful" in the wake of allegations levelled by President Zardari against the PMl-Q. He reiterated that his party is not going to share power with the PPP.
He asserted that the PML-Q is united against the PPP government, which, he claimed, is the most corrupt government to date.
An earlier report in The Express Tribune cited the Awan-Elahi meeting as a calculated move on the part of both the parties — the beleaguered PPP, which is seeking new allies to save its fragile coalition government in the centre, and the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), which is seeking space for itself in the PML-N run Punjab.
Additionally, the PML-Q has also reportedly been holding power-sharing talks with the PML-N.