LAHORE - Leaders of Like-minded will support PML-N if the later brings a no-trust motion against the government for the formation of a Muslim League government, announces Salim Saif Ullah Khan, president PML-Q (Like-minded Group). Talking to the media after attending workers convention of his group at the office of Mian Asif, Punjab Like-mindeds secretary information on Sunday, Saleem said it was astonishing that PPP was ruling the country with 125 members in the Parliament, while the Muslim League that carries the strength of 150 members, was sitting on opposition benches. Emphasising the need of unification of all factions of the Muslim Leagues, he without naming the Leaguers said that some opportunists were creating hurdles in the merger efforts of various factions of Muslim League. He said that if the PML-N chief, Nawaz Sharif could sign Charter of Democracy (CoD) with the PPP then why he couldnt become part of the efforts for unifying all factions of Muslim Leagues in order to save the country from a complete anarchy. Like-minded president said that leaders of all factions of Muslim Leagues rising above their personal differences should join the efforts of Muttahida Muslim League (MML) for the unification efforts. He said that he met with PML-N chief to further the efforts of unification and not to get PML-Ns ticket. Saleem said that he organised a meeting of the heads of the various factions of the Muslim League for the unification efforts in February 2009, however PML-N chief, Nawaz Sharif and PML-Q head, Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain refused to attend the moot. He said that leaders of his group would continue unification efforts and would not hesitate to bow before any Muslim League leader to achieve this vital goal. He said that it was high time that political leaders should bring the masses to the streets to protest against the highly poor policies of the government pushing the country to absolute destruction. Meanwhile, PML Q like-minded group President Saleem Saif Ullah said that PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif was inflexible regarding the unification of all sections of the Muslim League, however, he along with his colleagues would continue effort s for the merger of the Leagues. He expressed these view while talking to senior journalists and columnists at a dinner hosted in their honour. To a question regarding Kalabagh Dam, he said that the project was vital for the progress of the country. He also said that he would soon launch a campaign in KP to create awareness among the masses of the province. In the meeting another PML Q like minded group leader Humayun Akhtar Khan also favour the Kalabagh Dam, but stressed the need for building a consensus on the issue among the provinces.