LAHORE - PML-N President Nawaz Sharif has said any decision on resuming NATO supplies to Afghanistan must reflect aspirations of the people of Pakistan.
While talking to media men at the residence of Afzal Khokhar here on Monday, Nawaz supported good neighbourly ties with India while taking the credit of initiating dialogue with the Indian govt in 1999 when he was the then Prime Minister.
He said had former President Pervez Musharraf not derailed the peace process with India , all outstanding issues including Kashmir would have been resolved. 
He said the recent visit of President Asif Ali Zardari to India is a step in the right direction and supported Zardari’s point of view of exchange of India and Pakistan cricket tour.
In a lighter vein, Nawaz said he too was a good cricketer so he may be also given a chance to play cricket with India if it comes to Pakistan. 
He said India and Pakistan must sit on table to resolve the disputes. To a question on electricity crisis, he said it was generating unrest and anxiety among the people and work on emergency basis needs to be done to control the situation.
He also expressed concern over the price-hike of daily use commodities and the government act of printing currency notes to overcome the deficit.
He stressed upon the government to end spending on its luxuries.
To a question, Nawaz said that the restoration of NATO supplies to Afghanistan must correspond with the wishes of the masses and the PML-N too stands firm on this point.
When asked about the US bounty on Hafiz Saeed and Indian demand for his arrest, he said he talked with Prime Minister Gilani twice on this matter and he has suggested him for raising this issue with US.
Nawaz also expressed deep grief over the avalanche at Gayari sector in Siachen and desired to take part in the rescue work going on there.  He also welcomed the US technical experts team to help locate the soldiers buried in the avalanche.