LAHORE - Leaders of Muttahida Muslim League (MML) will meet on Monday (today) to discuss and plan arrangements for holding a public moot at Mochi Gate, while the moot will also ponder upon the efforts of the MML for the alliance among various factions of Muslim League since its inception. Talking to this scribe on Sunday, sources in the four-faction alliance of the Muslim Leagues claimed that leaders of MML would also discuss the possibilities of a no-trust motion against the PPP-led government in near future in order to consider the MML position in such situation. They informed that MML moot would also ponder upon alliance leaders efforts regarding contacting the leaders of other political forces and convincing them to join the right-wing political amalgam to reduce the foreign powers involvement in domestic policy making of the country. While, the leaders would discuss the efforts of the alliance regarding their success cases so far for getting the support of like-minded leaders from other factions of Muslim Leagues, sidelined leaguers and the leaders sitting on the fences to grab the support of maximum leaguers to enhance their efforts for the alliance among various groups of the Muslim League. The moot would also discuss the issue of MML member parties readiness for participating the local bodies polls if the same would be held in near future. The MML meeting would also ponder upon the current issues facing the country, which include target killing in Karachi, gas and electricity loadshedding, overall law and order situation, economic conditions and other issues in order to devise their public strategy on these issues. It is to be mentioned here that MML comprised PML-Q (Like-Minded Group), PML (Zia), PML (Functional) and Awami Muslim League, while Like-Minded president Saleem Saif Ullah announced support of his group to PML-N in case Nawaz Sharif along with his party plans to bring a no-trust motion against the PPP-led government in near future. The issue of no-trust motion could become a thorny, as PML (Functional) one of the member party of MML was part of the govt in Sindh and Centre.