ISLAMABAD  - Deploring the ruling coalition's decision to impeach President, Pakistan Muslim League-Q said on Thursday that it would defend President Musharraf and foil the move ' meant to destabilize the country' with the help of masses.  Reacting on the ruling alliance's decision to impeach President Musharraf, PML-Q President, Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said that the move was meant to bury judges' issue. "As the ruling coalition could not agree on deposed judges' restoration, they are using impeachment issue to spin the situation", he said.     Shujaat argued that PML-N Quaid, Mian Nawaz Sharif had been deceived by co-chairman PPP, Asif Ali Zardari at the dialogue table. "The issue of deposed judges reinstatement has been put on the backburner for at least four months," he stated.  PML-Q president argued that the 'malicious' move of incumbent regime to impeach President Musharraf would aggravate existing political imbroglio in the country as well as would cast damaging impact on country's ailing economy. Castigating the allegation of Asif Ali Zardari that the policies of President Pervez Musharraf had brought economic crisis in the country, Shujaat said that the current economic crunch was the result of the incumbent government's incompetence as PML-Q government had handed over stable economy to interim setup. He said that the ruling coalition's talks of making the Parliament a supreme institution were false as 'the decisions were being made in Zardari House'. "It was not a joint press conference, it was actually the press conference of Asif Ali Zardari in which PML-N Quaid, Mian Nawaz Sharif was a guest", he observed. Pakistan Muslim League-Q' secretary general, Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed said that the ruling coalition had opened new 'fronts of confrontation' at the time when the country was already passing through grave political and economic instability. "The ruling alliance first kept the whole nation hostage on judicial issue for 130 days and now it has come with an agenda of negative politics, meant to confuse real issues confronting the masses with non-issues," he observed. He said that the ruling coalition had taken a U-turn from the stance and pledges on judicial issue. "They may have bitten more than they chew", Sayed noted, adding that the 'Qabza Group' mentality of ruling coalition partners could cost dearly to democratic system in the country. Senator Mushahid Hussain said that ruling coalition partners were 'power hungry' and wanted to grab presidency. "PPP-led government is diverting people's attention from real issues of Pakistan and this move of presidential impeachment would further deteriorate the persistent crisis in the country with no positive outcome for anyone", he stated.     PML-Q parliamentarian Sheikh Waqas Akram said that PPP had again deceived its coalition partner PML-N on the table of talks. He said that it was still dubious whether the ruling coalition had the required strength of numbers in the Parliament to impeach President Musharraf.   Akram said that the joint press conference of PPP and PML-N heads also revealed that there were differences within PPP on the question of President's impeachment. "Makhdoom Amin Fahim, who has exhibited his concerns over the said decision, could part his ways with Zardari-led PPP on the issue of impeachment with a good number of his loyal parliamentarians", he observed.     Sheikh Waqas Akram said that the outcome of marathon parleys between two parties was the putting of deposed judges' issue on backburner. "In the joint declaration, both the major ruling coalition partners, along with the lawmakers of ANP and JUI-F, could not give ant time frame for the impeachment or judges' restoration", he stated. He said that PPP was again buying time to play political brinkmanship and there was no guarantee that the ruling coalition would honour its pledge like the promises of past. On PML-Q's stance regarding President's impeachment, he said that the party's top command would devise strategy to defend President Musharraf. PML-Q parliamentarian noted that the announcement of President's impeachment would further accelerate existing political and economic crisis in the country. "The impeachment move would create such a chaos in the country that would consequently dispel foreign investors from Pakistan thus deteriorating economic crunch", he observed. He said that the whole episode of President's impeachment had been launched to distract people's attention from real issues, confronting the country.