ISLAMABAD - After slamming their doors on Chaudhrys of Gujrat last week, Saifullah Brothers from NWFP, who are leading the dissident group in the PML-Q, would soon challenge strength of Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain in the Parliament, sources told TheNation on Sunday. The sources in the like-minded group said that plans were afoot to inflict serious blow to Chaudhry Brothers in the Parliament as well as in the provincial assemblies. Saifullahs would move for allocation of separate seats in the Senate as well as the National Assembly at an appropriate time, claimed the sources. We have got a sizeable strength in the Parliament and would keep our doors open for others who had given us their commitment to dessert the Chaudhrys in due course of time, a senior group leader in the Parliament, MNA Riaz Fatiana, told TheNation. The group is also likely to lodge a formal protest with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani for his 'partisan role by issuing a felicitation letter to the rival Chaudhry group in controversial elections. The dissident group headed by Senator Salim Saifullah Khan, who has also been elected as interim Chairman on August 20 of his faction in the PML-Q, had challenged rival Chaudhry groups controversial election process in the Election Commission of Pakistan for holding party elections on July 20. Party sources sounded confident to establish like-minded groups parliamentary majority in the provincial assemblies including Balochistan, Sindh as well NWFP in a short span of time. Three Saifullah Brothers, including Senator Salim Saifullah Khan, MNA Humayun Saifullah Khan, and MPA Anwar Saifullah Khan represent one of the established political-cum-business families from southern NWFP.