LAHORE - PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif has said that his party will keep on cooperating with PPP no matter whether it becomes part of the Federal Government or not. Nawaz Sharif expressed these views while talking to mediamen at the residence of PPP Secretary General Jehangir Badr after felicitating him on the marriage of his son here on Sunday. He said that present situation did not allow any confrontation. This is also not a time to let others down to demonstrate ones political supremacy, he added. Nawaz Sharif held the view that the Pakistani nation had great potential. Since we can create our own resources by our will and hard work, we do not need to go to the threshold of anyone to seek financial help, he maintained. He commended Jahangir Badr for his commitment to the PPP, saying that he valued Badr for his sacrifices and dedication for his party. He reiterated his resolve that PML-N had always perpetuated the politics of national interests. That is the reason that we have been lending utmost help to the PPP at all level, he said. Nawaz further said that cooperation with PPP would be expanded to greater extent. He called the implementation of Swat accord as promising sign, saying his party had strong desire that the problem should be resolved by dialogue instead of guns. Responding to a question about the conditional financial support to Pakistan by America, he said, We do not need to seek alms from anyone as Pakistan is able to survive by creating its own resources. On the occasion, Jahangir Badr said, I appreciate the sentiments and complementary remarks, Nawaz Sharif paid for me. He pledged that relationship built up by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto with PML-N would be strengthened more. He said PPP wanted to promote the atmosphere of reconciliation and President Asif Ali Zardari was doing his best to achieve the objective. Meanwhile, PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif has demanded the US of adopting even-handed approach to deal with its allies. He also urged her for halting drone attacks without any further delay. The two demands came when a seven-member delegation of the US congressmen called on him at his Raiwind residence here on Sunday. During the meeting that lasted an hour, the participants reviewed Pak-US relations, war on terror and pros and cons of the Swat accord. Issues relating to the present political and economic situation of the region were discussed at length in the meeting. The delegation lauded the role of Pakistan in the war on terror, saying the sacrifices rendered by Pakistan could never be neglected. The delegation assured that the US support to Pakistan would continue. Nawaz Shairf called for changing the Bush policy forthwith, stressing the US to play its important role in resolving the Kashmir issue that had become flashpoint around the world.