ISLAMABAD - The fate of the roundtable conference called by President Asif Ali Zardari is in doldrums, as the main political parties have not shown any warmth towards the move and most of these parties have said that they would decide about their participation after going through its agenda. Sources in the government informed that after seeing the lacklustre response from the main stakeholders, President Zardari had constituted a four members committee comprising Mian Raza Rabbani, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Jahangir Badr and Dr. Babar Awan to contact all the major political parties so that some date for early convening of the roundtable conference could be finalised. The main opposition party in the Parliament including Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) had conveyed to the PPP leadership that they would decide about participating in the conference after going through the agenda for the moot and asked the PPP leadership to first provide them with the agenda. Similarly Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid) leadership is also unlikely to participate in the conference in the face of the political victimisation of their leadership. The sources close to Q-League informed that Chaudhrys from Gujrat were annoyed with the government over the way they were hounding their leadership by implicating them in, what they termed, false and fabricated cases of corruption. Even the estranged coalition partner Jamiat-I-Ulema-I-Islam had refused to confirm their participation in the moot and they too had asked for the agenda so that the party high command could decide whether or not to participate in the conference. The sources in the ruling alliance informed that the decision to call the Roundtable Conference was made in a bit haste and no proper consultation was done on it within the party, so when the main politicians were approached by the President, they asked for the agenda of the party but as the PPP leadership had not done any homework for the moot, so they were not having anything concrete in hand regarding the conference and the matter was put in limbo.