Raiwind (Pakistan), Mar. 22 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif have agreed on political reconciliation based on several conditions.
During a meeting at his residence in Raiwind, Sharif said that he would extend cooperation to the People's Party for the superiority of the parliament.
However, he said he would go for a legal fight for ending governor rule and non-eligibility of Sharif brothers.
"The revival of relations depends on the decision on review petitions and lifting of Governor rule in Punjab," The News quoted him, as saying.
Furthermore, Sharif said the PML-N was ready to support Pakistan People's Party if it repeals the 17th amendment.
Gilani said both the parties share same view on the supremacy of the parliament and implementation of Charter of Democracy.
"We want to reconcile with PML-N," Gilani said.
He said the political mandate in Federation and Punjab province should be respected, adding, the party with majority will be invited to form government in Punjab.
Sharif also lauded the role of the Prime Minister in connection with the restoration of judges. (ANI)