Speaking to media representatives in Lahore, Elahi said the PML-Q wanted to bring all political parties into the fold of the national agenda.
He further said that the PML-Q was also in consultations with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (Fazl).
Elahi said he had no interest in ministries and that his party office-bearers had authorised over a possible inclusion in the government.
Moreover, he said the PML-Q was in favour of the formation of the Hazara province as well as the division of Punjab into new provinces.
He, however, said that the Q-league was against the division of the Sindh province.
Earlier on Monday, sources in the PML-Q and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) told Dawn that the parties were expected to sign an agreement to form an alliance at the Presidency next week. Sources said the parties had reached an understanding over the distribution of ministries and on the issue of new provinces.
If the alliance agreement is implemented, the PML-Q will get five federal ministers, eight ministers of state, three advisers and the ambassador to the UN, sources said.