Quaid-e-Azam's piano, table, sword at Jinnah House torched by PTI activists.

LAHORE -- The piano, writing table, desk and sword of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah were also set ablaze by the miscreants on Tuesday last at Jinnah House in Lahore, said govt on Thursday.

According to the Punjab police spokesperson, these antiques had been donated by the Founder of Pakistan to the Government of Pakistan, and they had been preserved in Jinnah House as national heritage.

More than 150 policemen were injured during violent protests across Punjab. At least 63 policemen were injured in Lahore, 28 in Rawalpindi, 21 in Faisalabad, 10 in Attock, 13 in Gujranwala...

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