ISLAMABAD - In the fast changing political scenario, like some other political forces Jammat -e-Islami (JI) is keeping its cards close to its chest regarding possible future alliance with other political forces and it is likely to delay any expected move till Marach 2012. Until the dust is clearly settled in the present political panorama no final thought could be given for the possible alliance with other political forces of the country. The situation would be cleared till March, said Secretary General Liaquat Baloch while talking to TheNation. Criticising two-party system in the country, Liaquat Baloch said that the people of the country are seeking for some new faces with positive significant change. People have started voicing against this old system imposed on them, as PML-N & PPP have demonstrated through their deeds that they have no proper vision and solution to problem for the masses, the JI leader said that the real issues of the people could be resolved with pure positive intentions. To a question about alliance with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the JI central leader said that no single party could resolve all the issues in the country so there was no harm in alliances between the political forces. It is bit early to say something in this regard. Let the dust in political scene be settled, the things would start unfolding. Likeminded forces would ultimately shows their cards for possible alliances, Liaquat Baloch said adding that the possible alliances would be made till March 2012. When asked about the restoration of the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), he said that there was strong indication of settlement among estrange MMA partners. The religious forces are in contact with each other. Concrete measures would also be taken for the restoration of MMA, he added. Political analysts also assumed that those political forces, which are still keeping their cards close to chest, would start hinting about the possible alliance by the mid of February 2012. The rising popularity graph of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would definitely bring changes in the present political scene. When contacted, JUI-F spokesman said that the religious parties are in contact with each other and efforts are also underway for restoration of MMA. To a question, he said that if JI chief Munawar Hassan was not a real hurdle in restoration of MMA then a call should be given for meeting between all religious parties. JUI-F is willing for its early restoration and its making all positive steps in this regard, he added. When asked about other religious parties criticism for holding chairmanship of Council of Islamic Ideology (CII), he said that JUI-F was sitting on opposition benches in centre and chairmanship of CII was a different matter.