ISLAMABAD - Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Sunday lashed out at Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) government for doing politics in the name of new provinces in Punjab just to win over the support of south Punjab people in the upcoming elections.Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, Ch Nisar Ali Khan announced that PML-N would table its own amendment bill for the creation of Bahawalpur and south Punjab provinces in line with the resolutions passed by the Punjab Assembly.He said opposition had serious reservations over the very composition of the parliamentary commission for creation of new provinces in Punjab and said that on one hand the commission had completely ignored the leadership of Punjab where the new provinces were to be created while on the other hand the people from other provinces were given representation in the commission to decide the fate of Punjab.He announced that Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) would come up with its own piece of legislation for creation of two in south Punjab to fully reflect the aspirations of the people of the area."Not even a single member of the commission belong to Punjab that is being divided,” said the opposition leader adding, that it was the party's right to choose a member on its own. "The chairman of the commission is President Zardari's staff officer. There is no MNA, MPA or senator from Punjab in the commission".The formulation of a new province is not a big issue as there are other bigger problems in the country, he said adding, that if south Punjab province is formed, Makhdoom will become its chief minister and Gilani will become the governor. The problems of the poor people will remain there." Nisar said his party was committed to Hazara province. He, however, said the PML-N would consult other parties on this issue."No senior member of the PML-N belonging to Punjab was consulted prior to the formation of parliamentary commission, which was unlawfully named by President Zardari," Nisar was of the view.He said the federal government should have consulted the PML-N about the formation of commission under the law. He underlined that parts of northern Punjab were also included in the proposed south Punjab province.