Ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said that he is ready to discuss national interests with all state institutions.

He said that he wants to have a discussion that will cover the subjects of democracy, governance and national interest. 

While talking to media outside accountability court, Nawaz said that leaders of all parties should sit together and discuss matters regarding the jurisdiction and authority of a caretaker.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government will support amendments made in the law regarding caretaker government, he said further. 

The government and opposition together can play a vital role in taking decisions regarding a caretaker government, said the former premier.

Nawaz also expressed displeasure over his name being put on the no-fly list. He said the decision was taken against him despite his efforts for the country.

The former prime minister believed the entire matter regarding cases against him to be suspicious as he did not have anything to do with any institution.