LAHORE - PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif has said that long march and sit-in will flow away the remnants of Musharraf's dictatorship forever. Lawyers' movement supported by civil society, human rights organisations, scholars, political parties and democratic forces will help dawn the sun of independence of judiciary. He stated this during a meeting with 13-member Indian peace delegation led by senior journalist Kuldip Nayyar and filmmaker Mohesh Bhatt who called on him at his residence here on Monday. During the meeting different issues including Kashmir problem, Pak-India tension, possible resumption of peace talks, Mumbai mayhem and war on terror were discussed. Hoping that the "spirit" of the Lahore Declaration will be "restored sooner or later", former Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif stated that the 1999 agreement should be made the basis of the resolution of Kashmir issue. "Kashmir is a core issue between Pakistan and India and this issue needs to be resolved in the same spirit, as was expressed between the two prime ministers when Atal Bihari Vajpayee had came to Pakistan and had signed the Lahore Declaration," Sharif maintained. He said that some other events had overtaken the spirit of the Lahore Declaration but he remained hopeful that "It will be restored sooner or later". Sharif also added, "But this issue is the core issue, this issue needs to be resolved in line with the aspirations of the people of Kashmir." He said that there was no alternative available to India and Pakistan "other than talking and resolving the Kashmir dispute". About the policies followed by former president Pervez Musharraf to resolve the Kashmir issue, Sharif said, "I don't think that Musharraf had any Kashmir policy. The actions that Musharraf committed were against the spirit of solution of the Kashmir issue." He pointed out that the elections held in the Indian Occupied Kashmir had not been able to end dissatisfaction of the Kashmiris. The indigenous movement for the right of self-determination had been strengthened with the passage of time. The urgency for the two countries, according to him, is "to find a common solution to the terror by settling bilateral issues including Kashmir as it would lead them to cooperate rather than confront and would deliver massively to the region. "The persisting flagrant violation of human rights and the recent escalation of repression in the occupied valley with Hurriat leaders locked up in their houses calls for starting an international movement to effectively highlight the Indian inhuman behaviour," he added.