Islamabad, Sep 8: Pakistan's newly elected Presidents Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif will meet on Monday, Sep 8 in Islamabad after 32 days to exchange greetings.
Sharif will go to Islamabad to congratulate President elect Asif Ali Zardari which would be the first meeting between two leaders since August 7, when they had signed an agreement for restoring judges, The News reported. Zardari has already invited Sharif to attend his oath-taking ceremony. Although meeting between two leaders seem to be a formal however political circles say both leaders cannot ignore judges issues since PML-N chief is determined to restore remaining judges.
Political circles says some ice has broken between two leaders since PML-N left coalition and contested against Zardari in the presidential elections.