Meanwhile, the central PPP leadership has directed the provincial PPP leaders in the KPK to start preparations for the next general elections without any alliance with the ANP and has asked them to send three nominees for each constituency. Moreover, the party's provincial president has been directed to convene a divisional level workers convention after Eid to chalk out a plan to start rallies and other programs in all the 25 districts of the province. The central party leader and the sister of President Asif Ali Zardari Faryal Talpur recently met the PPP KPK delegation in Islamabad and discussed seat adjustment and other electoral matters with them. She was told that the PPP workers were not willing on the electoral alliance with the ANP because they had no confidence in the ANP workers to cast votes to PPP candidates.
The meeting decided that the election formula will be announce fter consultation with the rict office-bearers for arranging local seat to seat adjustmentswith any political party or any type of compromise. Moreover, Talpur also met the provincial PPP chief Snator Sardar Ali Khan, provincial assembly speaker Karamatullah Chagharmati, senior provincial minister Raheemdad Khan and provincial healh minister Syed Zahir ALi Shah separately and discussed party matters with them.
Hctic activities have been started by the PPP jiyalas to remove Sardar Ali Khan because according to them he has not come up to their expectations. Different names have come forward for the provincial president-ship but still the matter is undecided and the Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari is still in talks with the PPP KPK senior leaders to decide who will be the next provincial chief of the party. A provincial minister told this scribe that though the names of a number of senior PPP provincial leaders are under consideration, including a former district nazim Azam Afridi, Afsarulmulk etc, most of the party workers and leaders are in favor of Azam Afridi because they consider him a popular public leader and are confident that under his leadership the party will not only overcome the internal differences but will also lead the party to win majority in the next general elections.