Imran accepts Sharif plea,vows to cooperate with him

The video was filmed in the hospital where Khan is recuperating after fracturing his spine in a fall at a campaign rally days before the May 11 election.

Written by Press Trust Of India | Lahore | Published: May 16, 2013 1:50:25 am

PTI chief Imran Khan on Wednesday promised to cooperate with Nawaz Sharif to tackle key challenges like terrorism despite “serious political differences” with the PML-N chief who is set to become Pakistan’s next Prime Minister.

“We have serious political differences but we decided that we will work together to solve the country’s problems,including terrorism,” Imran said in a video message.

The video was filmed in the hospital where Khan is recuperating after fracturing his spine in a fall at a campaign rally days before the May 11 election.

Sharif visited Khan in hospital last night and pledged to work with him to tackle the major challenges facing Pakistan. “I say on behalf of all the people that we all want to move forward now. Nawaz Sharif came to see me,” Imran said in the video.

Imran mounted virulent attacks on Nawaz Sharif and his brother Shahbaz Sharif while campaigning for the election.

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