LAHORE - Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) is yet to decide any power-sharing formula with the Unification Bloc in the Punjab government in recognition of its steadfastness and support to the former even during the hard times. The PML-N leadership has held three meetings of Central Working Committee and Parliamentary Party after the restoration of Shahbaz-led government in Punjab. However, it has not take yet decided what share is to be given to the Unification Bloc keeping in view its overwhelming and unshaken political and moral aid to the party at the time when PML-Ns political future was at stake. Those who coordinated with unification bloc including Khawaja Hassan, Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa and Rana Sana Ullah, also did not hold parleys with the members of the bloc to seek suggestions about its share after the PML-N revived the old formula of 60-40 with the PPP in the province. It is matter of great surprise that the Unification Bloc already declaring itself as a parliamentary party in Punjab Assembly intimated its new status to the speaker Punjab Assembly by submitting a requisition couple of days back has not voiced any concern over its fate, which appears to be hanging in balance so far. When contacted Khawaja Hassan, who played a vital role in coordinating unification bloc, brushed off the impression that PML-N would give two or three ministries to the group and made it clear that his party had not taken any decision to settle power-sharing formula with the bloc in this regard. The basic decision that has been taken by the leadership is to adjust or accommodate the unification bloc, he said. Khawaja hoped that after getting disengaged from budget activities, the PML-N would discuss the cabinet extension plan and due share be given to the unification bloc. Head of Unification Bloc Dr Tahir Ali Javed told The Nation on Wednesday that they had never talked about any share with Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif. We do not have any desire to demand PML-N to decide about its share in the Punjab cabinet, he clarified. He held the view that unification bloc remained satisfied even if it would not get any ministry and said the bloc would announce an alliance with PML-N in the next session of Punjab assembly and ensure its utmost support to get the Punjab budget approved smoothly. Media Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab Senator Pervaiz Rashid said it had been decided in principle that the Unification Bloc would be given appropriate representation in form of ministries, parliamentary secretaries, standing committees chairmen and others. He dispelled an impression that the party had decided about the size of allocation. CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif had informed Prime Minister Gilani during his last meeting with him that the bloc would be a part of the Punjab government and the prime minister did not object inclusion of bloc, he added. Similarly, according to PML-N Spokesman Siddiqul Farooq, the unification bloc had bright political future and said that it would be given due representation in Punjab government due to the marvellous role it had played in the past.