LAHORE A meeting between PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali on Thursday for unification of various factions of the PML failed to make any progress as Nawaz Sharif told the Baloch leader that he would give his point of view on the subject after consulting the party. No timeline was set for the purpose and no date given for another meeting between the two former Prime Ministers. 'I have done whatever I could on account of my personal friendship (with Nawaz Sharif) or the PMLs interest. Its Nawazs prerogative to discuss the matter with his party, Jamali said while talking to reporters after the meeting. Jamali went to Raiwind to meet the PML-N Quaid in the light of the mandate given to him by a steering committee set up by Pir Pagaro to unify all factions. Senior adviser Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa was also present at the meeting. 'Unification of various factions will be a major step and Nawaz Sharif will not like to give his point on it without taking his party into confidence, Khosa said while answering a question alongwith Jamali. Jamali, who is not a member of any faction at present, did not clarify whether he was working for an alliance or a merger, but spoke about the blessings of unity while dealing with the adversaries. 'I am trying to bring the PMLs on a single platform, he added. Jamali said that the situation was so disappointing that the common man wanted to leave the country. In such a situation, he said, leaders like the President, Prime Minister, Governors, Chief Ministers and Mian Nawaz Sharif were duty-bound to sit together and find a solution. Replying to a question, he said he and Nawaz had no complaints against each other and thus nothing of the sort came under discussion at the meeting. Asked whether the party of former President Pervez Musharraf would also be taken along, Jamali said the matter was beyond his mandate and only the PML could take a decision on it. He told a questioner that the PML was a very 'fertile mother which had given birth to several children (factions). However, he was of the view that time had come for it to stop producing more babies. He said in Baloch traditions if a man visited somebodys house the latter was never sent back empty-handed, no matter how serious the differences. This implied that he wanted Nawaz Sharif to soften his attitude despite all reservations. Answering another question, Jamali said the package announced for Balochistan would not satisfy the people of his province unless they were given their due rights.