ISLAMABAD  - Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf said exchange of delegations between Pakistan and Afghanistan would enhance trust and understanding between the two countries and their people.The premier was talking to an 18-member Afghan parliamentary delegation that called on him at the Prime Minister’s House. Referring to the recent visit of High Peace Council Chairman Salahuddin Rabbani and Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul, the prime minister said, “He was pleased that the relations are on the right directions.” Assuring the delegation that Pakistan was all out for peace and stability in Afghanistan, the prime minister said, “we are neighbours, we have to live together and our generations will have to live together.” He expressed the hope that the delegation would have useful discussions during its visit to Pakistan.Senator Abdul Wali Raji, member of the Meshrano Jirga, drew the attention of the prime minister to delay in clearance of goods at the Karachi seaport destined for Kabul. Another member of the Afghan delegation welcomed the proposal of Pakistan to convene a conference of ulema from the two countries and suggested that interactions of academia, media and other sections should also be encouraged for better understanding between the two countries.Ashraf told the delegation that he would look into the complaint regarding delay in clearance of Afghan goods at the Karachi seaport and welcomed the proposal for interaction of all sections of the society of the two countries.Meanwhile, the prime minister, addressing the workers of Pakistan People’s Party from Rawalpindi division here at the PM’s House, said with the elimination of a large number of bogus votes, those desirous of manipulating the results in the forthcoming general elections had become disappointed.He said, “We have entered the election phase and every step has been taken to ensure free and fair polls in the country.” He said the democratic government for the first time in the country’s history was completing its five-year tenure, which was unbelievable for some parties.