ISLAMABAD - In a major breakthrough PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday gave go ahead for unification of various factions of Pakistan Muslim League sans Chaudhry brothers. This major development took place during his meeting with two groups of Senators belonging to PML-Q who called on him here at the Punjab House and agreed on a number of crucial issues. Senator Salim Saifullah and Senator Gulshan Saeed on one hand and Senator Haroon Akhtar Khan and Senator Ghaffar Qureshi on other represented two different groups of the PML-Q met with Nawaz Sharif and discussed the overall political situation in the country. PML-N sources told The Nation that the meeting decided to set up a four-member committee that would make recommendations for make the process of reunification fruitful and productive. The committee would consist of two members from the PML-N and one each from the two groups of PML-Q. It was also agreed that both the factions of the PML-Q in consultation with the PML-N would evolve a joint strategy in the National Assembly as well as the Senate to raise the national issues. Nawaz Sharif said he could pardon those who had left PML-N in hard times but could not forgive Chaudhry brothers. They always preferred their personal interest to party interest, he added. Maintaining the tradition of serving their personal interests, Chaudhry brothers had forged alliance with PPP, sources quoted him as saying. Later, talking to reporters after the meeting, Senator Haroon Akhtar said that headway had been made on the matter of unification of all the factions of PML following the meeting with Nawaz Sharif. 'We will move it ahead, he said. 'All the Muslim Leaguers should unite to pull the country out of quagmire. We made request to Nawaz Sharif to play his role in this respect, he added. Senator Raja Zafarul Haq and other senior party leaders were also present in the meeting. Meanwhile, a delegation of Pakistan Ex-Serviceman Association (PESA) led by Admiral (Retd) Fasih Bukhari also met with Nawaz Sharif and discussed the security situation cropped up in the backdrop of US raid in Abbottabad on May 2 and terrorist attack on PNS Mehran. PESA members emphasised and dilated on various subjects in the discussion. It was mutually agreed that if we all continue to identify ourselves with different ideals, our adversaries and enemies will continue to manipulate us on all issues. Air Marshal (Retd) Masood Akhtar presented a Suggested National Security Policy for Pakistan. PML-N panel showed keen interest in the proposed definition of Common Identity, National Purpose and Vital National Interests for the nation. It was agreed that no war can be won and no peace can be made without a clear national consensus on these values. The meeting decided to set up a group of two to three members from both sides to brainstorm and take up these crucial ideas for securing the nation. The participants hoped that other like-minded parties and stakeholders from the government, Opposition, media, bench and civil society would join PML-N and PESA to strengthen this initiative. Earlier, Nawaz Sharif met with various delegations of the party from the AJK and discussed strategy for the AJK Legislative Assembly elections to be held on June 26th. PML-N Quaid vowed to address the election rally on June 16th come what may. Commenting on reports that AJK government has changed the venue of the PML-N meeting, a senior party leader said it tantamount to pre-poll rigging and urged the Election Commission to immediately take notice to rectify the situation without further delay. Otherwise, it would be responsible for the consequences, he added.