ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Quaid, Nawaz Sharif Wednesday said that reconciliation with PPP was possible only after undoing the 25th February actions, implementation of Charter of Democracy (CoD) and restoration of judiciary to pre-2 November, 2007 position. Nawaz Sharif expressed these views during his meeting with JUI Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and ANP Head Asfandyar Wali who met here in order to ease tensions between the two major political parties. Later, addressing a joint Press conference Nawaz Sharif said that Awami National Party (ANP) leader Asfandyar Wali Khan and Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman had expressed their concerns over the prevailing political situation in the country. On this occasion, ANP chief Asfandyar said disqualification of Sharif brothers by the Supreme Court was a political decision and people should decide it. "We came here to know if there was any way forward to resolve this issue," he said, adding that he was satisfied with the progress made in talks with PML-N chief. He further said national reconciliation was need of the time. JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, "Nawaz Sharif has given some suggestions as he wants to steer the country out of the present crises", adding "It was our national duty to take such steps which defuse the tension." "I and Asfandyar will talk to Nawaz Sharif and President Asif Ali Zardari to end the political confrontation between the PML-N and PPP," Maulana added. He said their efforts were meant for normalizing the political environment to put the country on the road to peace, prosperity and progress. Maulana said difference of opinion was the hallmark of democracy and different approaches on certain issues should not be allowed to create rifts among political players. He cited the example of Muttahidda Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) in the previous government that fully differed with the ruling benches, but played key role in the Parliament as Opposition. The JUI (F) leader voiced concern over the alleged horse trading in the FATA Senate elections and revealed that one vote was being sold for Rs ten million. "It is really bad for democracy...this practice should stop," he added.