The PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif has expressed his wish to revive relations with India from the position they were in 1999, adding that he would like to invite the Indian prime minister to Pakistan for the oath taking ceremony.

During an interview to the foreign media, Nawaz said he will hold talks with the United States over drone attacks as they are against the sovereignty of Pakistan “We will convince the US to stop drone attacks.” Nawaz further said that he will work towards improving relations with Saudi Arabia.

While speaking about the law and order situation in Karachi and Quetta, Nawaz said it will be tackled with the help of other parties, adding that he will do whatever he can to improve law and order in the country.

Nawaz further said that elections were held for the first time without the army, adding that he will work with them in future to solve the problems faced by Pakistan.

Addressing the issue of terrorism Nawaz said that he will develop a national policy to tackle terrorism, adding that several people fell victim to the problem during the PPP government.

Nawaz Sharif said PTI has won with a majority in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and they should form the provincial government there, adding that the party should accept the mandate of other political parties and that one should learn to accept victory and defeat.