ISLAMABAD - In rising political temperature when visible cracks in parliamentary opposition parties have emerged due to certain reasons, the junior opposition party may also aggressively start establishing its difference of opinion with major opposition party in upcoming sitting of both the houses of Parliament.The recent exchange of allegations and counter-allegation between Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl) has further heated up the atmosphere as combined opposition voice may now rarely witness on all the issues in the Parliament.As the religio-political party has almost reached consensus to devise a strategy not to support the major opposition party - PML(N) - on all the issues if the party is not taken into confidence before adopting any of stance, background interviews and discussions with opposition parties member has given this impression. “JUI-F will not support each and every move or statement of PML-N, as Nisar without consulting the other opposition parties give statements as united stance of combined opposition party,” a JUI-F legislator Laiq Muhammad Khan shared with TheNation.Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl), he said, before the sitting of the National Assembly or Senate will soon devise strategy particularly on this matter. It is not the definition of opposition party to oppose the national interest, as JUI-F will support whatever beneficial for country, he added. The cracks developed between these opposition parties when the largest opposition party has adopted a stance against Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani after his conviction to not allow him to enter in the Parliament, while JUI-F had shown altogether difference on it.The gap further widened when the JUI-F support in favour of PPP candidate for election of the chairman of parliamentary committee on appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner. Soon after it, the Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Ch Nisar asked Maulana Fzalur Rahman to make his mind and choose opposition or treasury benches.On it, JUI-F leader Maulana Ghafor Haideri made it clear they don’t accept Ch Nisar as Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly.It may be mentioned here that visible division of opposition on the issue of long march against PM Gilani, resolution for the support of Southern Punjab province and controversy of Prime Minister’s entrance in Parliament was witnessed in recent past. Pakistan Muslim League (N) chief, Nawaz Sharif has recently clearly warned the incumbent government to mend it ways otherwise his party would launch a long march to save the country from corruption, whereas other parliamentary opposition parties have not given its nod in this matter.The parliamentary opposition parties were seen on same page only during the Presidential address (18th March, 2012) when the JUI-F also boycotted the Zardari’s address with Pakistan Muslim League (N). On this rare unity of opposition parties, Ch. Nisar Ali Khan had said that all the Opposition parties would evolve a joint strategy in the future.