LAHORE - Chairman Sindh National Front (SNF) Mumtaz Ali Bhutto called on Mian Nawaz Sharif at his Raiwind residence on Monday and discussed the idea of Charter of Pakistan, presented by the PML-N chief, besides various issues pertaining to the prevailing political situation in the country. Senior PML-N leaders including Raja Zafarul Haq, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Pervaiz Rashid and former Sindh Chief Minister Syed Ghaus Ali Shah were also present in the meeting. Iqbal Zafar Jhagra while talking to the TheNation down played the importance of the meeting by terming it a mere courtesy call, but party spokesperson Pervaiz Rashid attached greater significance to the interaction between the two leaders. Jhagra said the two leaders discussed political scenario in detail and agreed to work together on issues of national interest and democracy, as Mumtaz lauded Nawaz Sharifs stance in the wake of challenges being faced by the country. Commenting on the meeting, Pervaiz Rashid said it was a significant development if seen in the context of a nationalist leader from Sindh talking about issues being faced by the federation and extending hand of cooperation to resolve them. The party spokesperson said the discussion was focused on the Charter of Pakistan with special emphasis on how to give it a concrete shape in consultation with all political forces. Giving background of the meeting, the PML-N leader said Mumtaz Bhutto had earlier written a letter to Nawaz in which he had appreciated the idea of Charter of Pakistan and also expressed his desire to meet the PML-N chief for discussing the idea in detail. Pervaiz dismissed reports that the two leaders met over an anti-government agenda. When asked to comment on Mumtaz Bhuttos media talk after the meeting that Nawaz Sharif also wanted positive change in the country, Rashid clarified that PML-Ns definition of 'change in the country did not mean change of government. We want drastic changes in countrys system of governance to address issues of the people of Pakistan, he observed. As per sources, the two political figures also discussed the possibilities of cooperation in Sindh, as Mumtaz invited Nawaz for a visit to Sindh. Later, while talking to the media along with PML-N leaders, Mumtaz said he supported the idea of new social contract as envisaged the PML-N chief and wished that countrys future politics must revolve around this thinking. He said anti-PPP alliance had become inevitable to bring the country out of the present quagmire of corruption and other problems. The Sindhi leader alleged that President Zardari had pushed the country towards a whirlpool and it was the time to stop the situation from getting bad to worse. He also expressed his dissatisfaction over law and order situation in his native province. Replying to a question, he said all nationalist parties in Sindh should work together to put the country on the right path. Talking about Benazir Bhuttos assassination, he said investigation should start from major beneficiaries of the unfortunate incident, adding that the murder of BBs security guard, Khalid Shahensha, was not without motives. To a question, Mumtaz said he was also in contact with the head of PPP (Shaheed Bhutto), Ghinwa Bhutto, on issues of national importance.