LAHORE - Some 50 leaders of PML-Q, PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) and members of other factions of Muslim League minus PML-N are expected to meet former president Pervez Musharraf in London next month, TheNation has learnt. Insiders in Musharrafs upcoming All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) told this scribe on Monday that many of the political visitors of former presidents forthcoming moot would be the same who met him earlier in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, however, new faces would also be seen this time. The insiders informed around 250 delegates in total were expected to take part in Musharrafs moot, which include politicians from Pakistan, media men and think tanks from London, United States and Canada. Musharraf will express his vision about Pakistan through lectures and salient features of his upcoming political partys manifesto. He is also expected to formally announce his party in the October moot. They further informed the former presidents aides were busy in getting visas for the political leaders expected to meet Musharraf in London. It is pertinent to add Musharraf had planned the London moot this month, however, he delayed the meeting for October to get the outcome of the moot to be called by Pir of Pagara, Chief of PML (Functional) after Eid, as many of the Musharrafs likeminded are expected to take part in the Karachis Muslim Leagues meeting. The meeting is expected to form a larger alliance or unification of all factions of Muslim Leagues minus PML-N. Meanwhile, following the footsteps of mainstream political leaders in Pakistan Musharraf has also launched 'flood politics from London and recently contacted King of Jordan and appealed him for donations to the hard-hit flood victims of Pakistan. He also extended an invitation to the King of Jordan for a dinner at London, which the insiders claimed the King of Jordan accepted. When contacted a close aide of Musharraf, Fawad Chaudry said some 40 to 50 political bigwigs from PML-Q, PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) and other factions of Muslim Leagues were expected to meet former president in London next month and he along with his other colleagues was trying to get the visas for the stated politicians from the British High Commission and the British Mission had assured them complete facilitation in this regard. He claimed in the moot Musharraf would make public APMLs manifesto and date of his return to country to start his political activities in Pakistan. Fawad also confirmed former presidents telephonic chat with King of Jordan regarding assistance for the flood affectees of Pakistan.