— File Photo
— File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Chief of the 2013 election-winning Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif held a meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari at the president's house on Wednesday during which issues related to the formation of the upcoming government were duscussed , DawnNews reported.

President Zardari said that country's problems would be resolved in consensus with the PML-N.

PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif told media persons after the meeting, which was held during the sidelines of the Chinese premier's visit to Pakistan, that the Charter of Democracy would be abided by and fully implemented, adding that he held no grudge against President Zardari.

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expaki
May 22, 2013 06:44pm

Both promised to cooperate in building future of THEIR next generations.

Moiz
May 22, 2013 06:46pm

Muk Muka in the larger interest of Pakistan (read - self).

Siddique Malik
May 22, 2013 06:48pm

Don't tell me that the master manipulator, Asif Zardari, has brainwashed Nawaz Shariff into letting the latter be president for another five years. Siddique Malik, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

fauz
May 22, 2013 06:56pm

Hahahahaha. They became friend again. Election is over. Goals achieved. This is called Politics. What about Swiss case against Zardari. Will Nawaz Sharif persue it as soon as new president is selected in September. Will there be any deal because Sind Card is still with PPP. Shame on these politicians. I think the care taker govt should put all high profile corruption cases on ECL with immediate effect. By the way does any body know whereabouts of Rahman Malik. He was very fond of coming in front of TV camera every day. I think he has gone into hide out or escaped to London or he is seriously sick. I will give full credit to media if he is traced. SC is still to put him in jail for dual nationality case. Also now if he is interrogated, BB's murder culprits will be exposed.

roxana
May 22, 2013 08:07pm

eik hi thelay kay chatay battay!

Sohail
May 22, 2013 10:00pm

Saying "adding that he held no grudge against President Zardari" .....

of course Zardari looted earlier and Nawaz would commit robbery in coming years!!!!!

RK
May 22, 2013 10:09pm

Birds of the same feather, flocked together?

Parvez
May 22, 2013 11:13pm

It may be early to say but it sure looks like Pakistan is going to be taken for another ride.

independentthinker
May 23, 2013 01:56am

I was hoping and praying that this election will bring an end to corruption and a new beginning to accountability and fairness. was hoping this will see a demise of Asif Zardari and he will be replaced by someone the country can be proud of calling their leader, was hoping that finally, the poor and the underprivileged will have someone on their side, to turn their dreams into reality, I was hoping Pakistan, will, once again, be well respected around the globe, since it is now been governed by leaders whose only motivation is what is right for Pakistan and not greed. I was hoping the criminals will be put to trial and held accountable and forced to repay the billions they have stolen from the poor of Pakistan. Alas, i am still hoping!

Dharmendra Goel
May 23, 2013 07:16am

Ifthecoming PM Newaz Sharifagrees to join hands with Asif Zardari who iskiely to make a government in Sindh with MQM support,to meet the problems of terrorists ,Talibans andmurders in the trigger happy tribals , it wouldperhaps ensure Peace in disturbed area ofpakistan D.Goel

Dr.Shazia Usman, Newfoundland, Canada
May 23, 2013 08:10am

By looking this picture, no one can believe that these are the two who swallowed Pakistan wealth and now sitting with lavish style like Pakistan is a emerging country not sinking one. Highest quality of hypocrites with no conscience at all. If God shows his tiny wink of eye Azaab then both will cry like anything and will never leave Musallah till forgiven but Allah has his best ways to settle scores. Oh God save us, save Pakistan.

Iqbal
May 23, 2013 10:48am

@fauz: NS will nonetheless follow the Musharraf trial to end.

Waqar Khan
May 23, 2013 10:54am

@Siddique Malik: they don't brain-washed no one, but the Pakistani people...they are connected from the beginning....they know if they worked against each other...themselves would be harm, but if they worked as a union both of them can squeeze out the last blood drop from Pakistani people, and sell it on the West to gain their own pockets....My friend, we trying t