KARACHI/LONDON Interior Minister Rehman Malik has successfully resolved the controversy between Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in a four-hour meeting with party chief Altaf Hussain at MQM International Secretariat in London on Tuesday. The controversy emerged after Prime Ministers remarks about the reinstatement of Hyderabad division on which the MQM chief threatened to quit the coalition. According to the statement issued from MQM office in Karachi, during the meeting, Malik assured Altaf on behalf of President Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani that no change would be made in the present status of Hyderabad district. Mailk also conveyed a message from President Zardari to the MQM chief. He told Altaf that the current geographical marking of the district will be maintained and it would not be altered. MQM is an allied party of PPP and the government will not neglect it in any decision-making. All the matters will be decided in the core committee meetings of both the parties through negotiations, he added. It is pertinent to mention that earlier MQM showed no interest in resolving the matter through the core committee meeting. Altaf said the MQM has had unconditionally supported the PPP-led government for the sake of democratic process in the country. MQM wants the completion of the tenure of the government but some elements are hatching conspiracy to break the coalition, he added. He underlined the need to resolve all the issues through negotiations. Governor Sindh Ishratul Ibad, Federal Minister Farooq Sattar and MQM Rabita Committee members were also present in the secretariat but Malik met Altaf Hussain separately. Report from London adds: The Sindh Government has withdrawn the orders appointing Minister Local Bodies Agha Siraj Durrani as Chairman Water Board which were issued without the prior approval of President Asif Zardari, The Nation has learnt. According to a source, in the meeting between Rehman Malik and Altaf Hussain the MQM protested Durranis appointment as Chairman Water Board and threatened to end the coalition but once again Malik who has personal relations with Altaf managed to save the coalition. Malik on behalf of President Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani assured Altaf that the MQM will be taken into confidence in such sort of decisions. According to the source, President Zardari had grilled Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah for not taking him into the confidence on Durranis appointment.