Chaudhry Shujaat Hits Back At Younger Brother Wajahat As Family Strife Deepens.

LAHORE -- Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain on Saturday hit back at his younger brother Chaudhry Wajahat Hussain for accusing Shujaat's sons of selling their votes to the coalition government led by the PML-N.

On Friday, Wajahat claimed that Shujaat's sons have sought dollars from PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari for supporting the government. 'It's a scar on our family's political stature that our scions can stoop so low in electoral politics,' he had told a meeting of party workers from Gujrat city at the Zahoor Elahi House.

Wajahat said he had asked Shujaat to decide about parting ways with the ruling PML-N until June 30 as an overwhelming majority of party workers and lawmakers were against joining hands with it. He said since workers and supporters were in favour of a seat adjustment with the PTI, the party should say goodbye to the PML-N.

Responding to his younger brother's allegations, Shujaat, in a series of tweets today, said: 'If he has said these things then they are highly...

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