Livingstone Central Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans says no one will hound him out of the Patriotic Front -PF- for selfish reasons because he is in good standing with the party at all levels.
Mr. Evans says the PF started well in the province by winning one seat at parliamentary level from which it should build on to have more seats.
He says those who want his seat should use the right procedure than attempting to find fault in him.
Mr. Evans told ZNBC in Livingstone that those trying to find fault in him will fail because he has done his best to help build the party.
And Southern Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu has called for discipline among PF members in the province as the party keeps growing.
Mr. Mubukwanu says PF members should unite and also welcome new members to allow the party grow in the province.
Meanwhile, Southern Province Patriotic Front -PF- Chairman Charles Hamududu has with immediate effect lifted the suspension of Livingstone Central Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans.
And Mr. Hamududu has indefinitely suspended all grassroots PF elections in Southern Province in order to bring unity in the party before holding the elections.
Mr. Hamududu says the Livingstone Central Constituency led by Evans Sakala did not follow the right procedure as senior party organs were not consulted.
He says the party leadership in the province is working hard to end wrangles in the ruling party which has seen the creation of parallel structures in some areas.
Mr. Hamududu was speaking to ZNBC News in an interview in Livingstone.
Meanwhile, PF Media and Publicity Director Brian Hapunda has strongly condemned the on-going wrangles in the Livingstone District PF structures.
Mr. Hapunda says the indiscipline being exhibited by some party leaders in the district has saddened the PF national leadership and that it must come to an end.
He told ZNBC News in an interview in Livingstone on Sunday morning that the national party leadership will not tolerate undisciplined party members.
On Saturday, PF constituency and district leaders exchanged blows in ZNBC newsroom following the announcement that area Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans has been suspended from the party.