Islamabad, Mar. 13 (ANI): Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has accepted at least two PML-N demands, "and modalities are being finalised to launch the reconciliation process", Awami National Party (ANP) Chief Asfandyar Wali Khan claimed on Thursday.
Zardari, however, refused to give a timeframe for fulfilling the demands; Khan was quoted by the Daily Times, as saying.
Khan, who is playing a major role in trying to settle differences between the government and the PML-N, said he condemned the Governor's rule in Punjab, as people's mandate should have been respected.
The party with the majority in the provincial assembly should be given a chance to form government in Punjab, he added.
Khan indicated that the PML-N and the PPP leaders should keep the personal differences aside for the sake of national interest.
"We need to do something in the larger interest of the country and expedite our efforts to make the system better," he said. (ANI)