The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan People’s Party held negotiations on what they said one-point agenda to evolve consensus on the Accountability Law here on Thursday. A committee, comprising of the ministers from ruling Pakistan People's Party, Syed Khurshid Shah, Naveed Qamar and Farooque H Naik, called on PML-N leaders Ishaq Dar, Khwaja Asif and Senstore Pervez Rasheed at Punjab House in Islamabad on Thursday and handed over them the amended draft of the proposed accountability bill. The PPP leaders presented before the PML (N) their proposed version of the accountability law. Later talking to the media persons‚ Minister for Religious Affairs Syed Khurshid Shah said the government wants to evolve consensus on the proposed accountability bill. The meeting was part of taking all the political parties on board on the matter. “We want that every law should be unanimously approved,” he said. Opposition Leader in the Senate and PML (N) leader Ishaq Dar the meeting only focused its discussion on the accountability law and no other issue including the next caretaker set up and the commission on establishment of new provinces in Punjab came under discussion. He said discussion was held on the proposed accountability bill which will also be shared with the senior leadership of Pakistan Muslim League (N) to take their inputs. He said we want to have a fair and robust accountability law to eliminate the draconian law introduced by a dictator. Dar said that the accountability bill was in the national assembly’s standing committee and they wanted to table it after evolving consensus. He said that the PPP leaders had given them draft of the new bill that would be presented before the PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif for approval. Law Minister Farooq H. Naik said that the accountability bill would be passed with consensus. He said the new bill would be drafted according to the aspirations of all the stake holders. Defence Minister Naveed Qamar and PML-N leader Khuwaja Asif were also present during the meeting. The two sides also agreed to continue talks over other issues.