Nawaz refuses to join Benazir’s long marchNovember 14th, 2007 - 10:18 am ICT by admin
Nawaz said that no cooperation would be extended to the PPP till Benazir Bhutto detaches her party from the ruling regime.
Conveying this message from Sharif to Bhutto, PML-N leader Ishaq Dar also categorically stated that the All Democratic Movement (APDM) component parties were not ready to accept Musharraf as President in or out of uniform, the Daily Times quoted sources, as saying.
Dar said that the PPP leadership, by not tendering their resignations from the assemblies at the time of the presidential elections, had supported Musharraf.
Moreover, the PPP still maintains it is ready to negotiate with Musharraf if he doffs his uniform, he added.
A central PML-N leader said that Sharif was trying his best to reach London and then Pakistan at the earliest.
He is trying to meet with Saudi King Shah Abdullah and prince Al Faisal in the next few days regarding his plans to travel to London, he said.
Although the Saudi Arabian government has no objections to Sharif travelling to London, they still have reservations about his return to Pakistan in the present circumstances, he added. (ANI)
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