The co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party, Asif Ali Zardari has held important meetings in Saudi Arabia in which he directed PPP leadership to get ready for President Musharraf's impeachment, reported a private TV channel quoting its sources Monday. According to sources, matters regarding President's impeachment will be finalized after Asif Ali Zardari's return from Saudi Arabia. Abrar Saeed from Islamabad adds: All the coalition partners including Pakistan People's Party, Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), Jamiat Ulema-I-Islam and Awami National Party are converging at the point to finally go for impeachment of President Musharraf to save the incumbent political dispensation from a collapse. Sources privy to the developments disclosed to TheNation that over the past month or so the leadership of the ruling coalition had held a series of meetings, ostensibly to workout modalities on the draft constitutional package, but actually these leaders had been discussing the ways and means to get rid of President Pervez Musharraf, who is losing ground with every passing day. These sources further disclosed that as per the plan to dislodge President Musharraf and bring their own man in his shoes, the PML-N had adopted a hawkish stance while the PPP had adopted relatively a mild view on the issue by saying that it was having working relationship with Musharraf. The other two coalition partners had initially been asked to remain neutral on the issue but with the passage of time when the abhorrence against the President would increase and from every nook and corner people would start raising voice against him and demand his ouster, these smaller coalition partners would also come out open against President and start demanding his ouster. The JUI-F Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and his deputy Abdul Ghafoor Haideri came out open and said if an impeachment motion was tabled against President Musharraf, JUI-F would support it. It was the growing disapproval of President Musharraf that PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari had suggested him to step down by June 10, otherwise the time would decide his fate and it could be impeachment or something else. The sources close to the PPP disclosed to TheNation that President Musharraf had been seeking a meeting with Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani for a couple of weeks but the premier was reluctant to meet him and was looking towards Zardari for green signal, which the latter had not given so far. These sources further disclosed that Zardari had also refused to see President Musharraf and said he need not see him and only the Prime Minister and his cabinet members were meeting him as required under the Constitution. These sources view the 10-point charge sheet against President Musharraf that was presented in a press conference by PML-N central leader Ch Nisar Ali Khan on Sunday last was a significant move, which the PML-N leader intended to present in the Parliament as impeachment motion after consultation with the coalition partners. These sources said that such an extreme move could not be taken without the consent of the other coalition partners and the leadership of a coalition partners had already discussed it and the move was made with the affirmative nod from other players in the arena. The political analysts were of the view that neither PPP nor PML-N was interested in such an extreme move and they just wanted to pressurise President Musharraf to walk away in oblivion for which they were even ready to give indemnity to his unconstitutional acts of November 3, 2007. These sources further revealed that the ruling coalition was creating such an atmosphere where it could make the supporters of President Musharraf realise that the political government could not function in his presence and the things would spin away from their control pushing the country into anarchy, which would equally be unacceptable to the pro-Musharraf forces.