ISLAMABAD - Major opposition party PML-N would decide the fate of stalemated parliamentary talks over its 10-point agenda with the ruling PPP and evolve its future course at an important party meeting likely to be held soon. Sources privy to these developments told The Nation on Saturday that Nawaz Sharif had convened senior party leaders to meet today (Sunday) at the Punjab House to discuss the progress over the 10-point agenda. However according to PML-N central leader Senator Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, the meeting was likely to be held within next two to three days to discuss the crucial issue. He said that party leadership was keeping constant watch over the governments response to the 10-point agenda as well as the progress made in this regard. Asked what President Asif Ali Zardari had discussed with Nawaz Sharif on telephone the other day, Senator Raja Zafar said it was probably about the rightsizing of the federal cabinet but quickly added that PML-N Chief had not endorsed the government move. He was of the view that PML-N had so far held two or three assessment meetings with regard to implementation of the 10-point agenda. The sources said that PML-N top leadership was not happy over the news reports that PPP was likely to retain some federal ministers in the name of rightsizing of the federal who have been blamed for corruption. The PML-N has not been dissatisfied with the ruling PPP about the pace of implementing the 10-point agenda and was likely to quit the stalled parliamentary talks ahead of 45 days timeline. They blamed the PPP for its failure in notifying 12-member parliamentary committee the government has agreed to constitute for the restructuring of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). Similarly, they said that government has not been serious to rightsizing loss making public sectors corporations and entities including Pakistan Steel Mills, PIA, Pakistan Railways, FBR and power companies. On the timeline, the sources said that PML-N was on the verge of quitting the talks and would evolve its own course, which they believed could lead to mid-term elections in the country. They were of the view that PML-N might kick out the PPP from the Punjab government before the 45 days timeline expires on 23/24 February. This will be first step by PML-N in case the government fails to implement 10-point agenda, sources said, adding this would follow other steps. The sources said that a group of PPP MPAs had been demanding of their party leadership to quit the PML-N-led provincial coalition in order to give them free hand to play effective role of opposition in the province for greater political gains in the future elections. On the fate of PML-Q forward bloc, the sources said that PML-N might adjust them in the provincial cabinet as well as within the party.