LAHORE, (SANA): Talks between Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) over seat adjustment in Lahore have broken down.
Delegations from the two parties met in Lahore on Wednesday to finalise the seat adjustments.
PML (N) delegation was headed by its central leaders Khawaja Saad Rafiq and Hamza Shahbaz while Jamaat-i-Islami delegation was led by Ameerul Azeem and Mian Maqsood.
Sources told a private TV channel that JI was asking PML (N) support for three National Assembly and six provincial seats in Lahore alone. But the PML (N) leaders termed the demand too much and the two parties ended their talks with disagreements.
Both parties have already ended their seat adjustment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over similar differences.
PML (N) and JI had announced their alliance for the elections last month when the leaders of the two parties Nawaz Sharif and Munawwar Hasan met in Lahore.