Pakistan's Sharif tells Khan 'we should work together'

Wednesday, 15 May 2013 - 8:25




Pakistan's incoming Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif yesterday pledged to work with his rival Imran Khan for the good of the country as he visited the cricketer-turned-politician in hospital.


During campaigning Sharif and his PML-N party were harshly criticised by Khan, who is recovering from a fractured spine after falling from a makeshift lift taking him to the stage during a rally last Tuesday.


Khan had said Sharif was on a list drawn up of 500 corrupt people who would face the consequences if he was elected. But Sharif told media outside the hospital that they had sorted out their differences.

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