LAHORE - Reconciliatory efforts between Sharifs and President Asif Zaradri have picked momentum some hours after the restoration of judges. In this connection, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani called on PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif at his Raiwind residence on Tuesday. He delivered the message of President Zardari and underscored the need for breaking the standoff. During the meeting that lasted two hours, PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and Khawaja Asif also shared their views. The meeting deliberated on the several issues including implementation of Charter of Democracy, disqualification case and Governor Rule in Punjab. Raisani desired that differences between Sharifs and PPP should be minimised. Sources revealed that Nawaz eulogised the efforts of Raisani and welcomed the government gesture for confidence-building measures. Sources said that Nawaz had shown flexibility to initiate dialogue under some certain conditions. Sources said that Raisani assured Sharifs of conveying their message to Zardari and hoped that both would work as coalition partners again. After the meeting, the Chief Minister Balochistan informed the mediamen that people of Punjab would listen good news about the end to governor rule in Punjab in a couple of days. He said he wanted from the core of his heart that the gulf between Sharifs and Zardari should be bridged as soon as possible. He hoped that his reconciliatory efforts would bear fruits. Later on, PML-N leaders Tehminal Daultana, Rana Sanaullah and Ch Abdul Ghafoor called on Nawaz Sharif at Raiwind. They greeted him on the restoration of judges. Talking to party leaders, he said that change had come and now those who looted the country would be taken to task. Meanwhile, Nawaz said that a new Pakistan had taken birth on March 16. He said that though genuine revolution has descended in Pakistan but it is just a beginning. The series of reforms will come also through power of people soon, he added. Nawaz said this while addressing a fully-packed gathering of workers at his Model Town residence on Tuesday. Shahbaz Sharif, Javed Hashmi, Khawaja Asif, Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa, Ahsan Iqbal and others senior leaders were present on the occasion. Standing on the rooftop of his residence accompanied by party stalwarts, Nawaz said that the nation had liberated the judiciary by its willpower and now it would get rid of other abnormalities. With uttering words 'Mubarik Ho Mubarik Ho', he said that today a new Pakistan had come into existence. "The world has been sensitized about the power of Pakistani people that changed the course of history," he said. "Truth and righteousness met the success and everybody deserved for applause," Nawaz added. He said that this was the first step that will lead nation to reach the destination of prosperity and progress. "The Pakistani nation would emerge as respected and dignified one in 21 century," he opined. Now a society of justice will be established, people will get the employment. They will get rid of lawlessness and price hike. Their fundamental rights will be protected," he said. "We called off long march after the announcement of restoration of judges. We did this because long march was for the restoration of judges. We did not raise the issue that our government in Punjab should be given back to us after lifting the governor rule. We preferred national interest to our personal interest. This is our manifesto and we have been holding it from the day first," he added. Agencies add: Nawaz said that he would work closely with Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to clip the powers of the President and strengthen the parliamentary democracy. In a special interview with an Indian TV, Nawaz said that he and Prime Minister together would work to implement the Charter of Democracy which also says all controversial amendments introduced by dictator Musharraf be repealed and with this we will then be able to strengthen the office of PM and the Parliament. He said since in Pakistan we have a parliamentary democracy and in a parliamentary democracy, the PM runs the show, the President is the constitutional head of the state but all this was changed by Musharraf. Paying high regards to PM Gilani for his support, Nawaz said: "The PM has been neutral on this issue. Of course, it was Zardari who actually did not honour his commitment, but PM personally made no commitment to us and all had been quite supportive of the democratic system that we have been able establish after such a long time and he's also shown that our mandate in Punjab, we also have a mandate in the National Assembly that does not mean we have only a mandate in Punjab therefore we were supporting each other at the centre and let me tell you that the PPP government headed by Gilani won't have come to power if we didn't support it in the beginning". Welcoming the move of the government in reinstating the deposed judges, Nawaz Sharif said, "we have started moving on the right track, actually the understanding between me and Zardari was based on the very charter of democracy that we would look through in letter and in spirit. Since he didn't honour his commitment that led to the crisis in the country." He said since PPP didn't respect the agreement formed on basis of constituting a government at the centre, so we would had to be justified with a mid-term election, we haven't done so, we still want to give time to the government and would want the government to complete its five years term. In response to a question, he said that despite threats to his life, he placed the country's interest before his life and he believes that certain risks need to be taken and if you take that risk you will not be able to accomplish the agenda you set before. Nawaz said that he is ready to patch up with PPP-led government if it implements the Charter of Democracy (CoD). He said Prime Minister has the power to end Governor Rule from Punjab and hoped that he may review the matter at his own end. "By repealilng 17th Amendment the parliament will be strengthened," he remarked.