ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif refused to oblige Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on early decision on renaming of the NWFP, which was the only hurdle in the way of tabling of 18th amendment before the Parliament. Sources aware of the developments took place on this front informed that PML (N) had not entertained several requests made by the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party leadership, even the Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani failed to prevail on the Sharif brothers, who earlier had great regard for him. The sources close to both PML (N) and ANP leadership informed TheNation that they were close to deciding some common nomenclature for the province and would make it public in next couple of days. A source in ANP informed that both sides had already agreed on a common nomenclature and Mian Nawaz Sharif and Asfandyar Wali Khan would make announcement in this regard in next couple of days. He further revealed that the delay in announcing the nomenclature for NWFP was made to block the way of ruling PPP to pocket the whole credit. By delaying the decision on renaming of NWFP, PML (N) leadership would be establishing that they too had a key role in the passage of the 18th amendment. The sources in PML (N) informed that in the developments over the past couple of months and the role of Prime Minister Gilani had distanced him from the PML (N) leadership. It was due to the coldness in the relations between Sharif brothers and Premier Gilani that the formers had not paid any heed to the latters requests of early decision on renaming of NWFP. The sources in PML (N) informed that Mian Nawaz Sharif had called the Central Executive Committee meeting on Thursday( March 25) and the same day he would also be discussing the matter in the Parliamentary Party meeting. He would then be meeting with the ANP President Asfandyar Wali Khan on Thursday or Friday to make formal announcement of the new nomenclature for the NWFP. A source in PML (N) said that the whole exercise was being conducted to establish the significance of PML (N) in the reforms process. The Parliamentary sources were of the view that there were no chances of tabling of the 18th amendment before the Parliament on Wednesday (today) and if both ANP and PML (N) would announce new name for NWFP on Thursday it would then be tabled before the Parliament on Friday. The President could then summon the Joint Sitting of the Parliament either on March 27 or 29 in case the whole exercise of renaming of NWFP could be managed by Thursday evening.