LAHORE – Leaders of PML-N and PML-F met on Monday and discussed political situation, Sindh interim set up, cooperation between the two parties in the next elections and other matters of mutual interest. For the PML-N Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and PML-F head, Pir Pagara led their respective teams which comprised Senator Pervaiz Rashid, MNA Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Khawaja Saad Rafique for the N-League and Imtiaz Sheikh, Muhammad Ali Durani and others for the F-League.

 The CM said that the Punjab government of Pakistan Muslim League-N had rendered record public service during the last five years due to which PML-N has become the most popular party of the country and that its popularity was growing day by day. He said that Pakistan was passing through a critical phase and facing serious challenges of terrorism, extremism, loadshedding, poverty and unemployment. He said that federal rulers have badly failed in resolving people’s problems during the last five years. The CM said that the forthcoming elections were not for change of government but for the survival of the country and the masses would elect such representatives who had utilised national resources for public welfare rejecting those who remained engaged in corruption and plunder.