LAHORE, Aug 3: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf vice-chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi claims cracks are appearing in Muslim League-Nawaz as ‘the throne of Lahore’ is slipping out of its hands.

At an Iftar dinner here on Friday, he said the PML-N was so confused and afraid of the PTI that it had started leveling allegations against a charity institution like Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital instead of facing the party in political arena.

He said the PML-N was a partner in the ‘anti-masses’ policies the PPP government pursued during its over four-year rule which gave the people nothing but price-hike, loadshedding, unemployment and lawlessness.

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