LAHORE The religio-political parties have deemed that the masses were being again deceived through the antagonism between the PML-N and the PPP, 'since it is just a faade. The end of political alliance between the two main parties is to hoodwink the masses to woo voters. Secondly, now this is also to put a halt to their ever-falling popularity graphs, averred the leaders on Friday in their statements. Majority of them put a question mark on the PML-N sincerity. They deemed that it was very late move considering the love-hate relationship between the two parties for the last three years. They also doubted the PML-Ns role as a 'would-be real opposition. Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawwar Hasan was of the considered opinion that PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif must tender unconditional apology to the nation for being equal partner in the anti-people crimes of the PPP government for the last three years. Nawaz Sharif strengthened PPP and join hands in its crimes against the masses, of price hike, lawlessness and allowing the PPP to carry out US agenda in Pakistan. Nawaz can never play the role of real opposition and he is just manoeuvring to take his turn on getting a go ahead from Washington. He has also made it clear that the PML-N would not destabilize government in center and hoped same favour in Punjab, Munawar said. PML-N leadership is raising the version of PPP i.e 'Roti, Kapra Aur Makan slogan. The prevailing situation will not lead to snap polls, he stressed. Hafiz Hussain Ahmad said Nawaz Sharif was too much late in taking this decision which was expected from the very first day of this unnatural alliance between the two parties. He termed the broken alliance as 'purely for personal interests from both sides which could not last very long, adding that it was time for Prime Minister to go. He said PML-N had been playing the role of friendly opposition for the sake of common policy of carrying out US agenda, extending valuable support to the PPP. PML-N had so far refrained from expressing clear agenda regarding Raymond Davis issue, alleging that the party had always been keeping a soft corner for the US. Jamiat Ahle Hadith Pakistan ameer, Prof Sajid Mir, welcomed the decision of Nawaz Sharif, saying he took the right decision since the alliance between PML-N and PPP was unnatural in view of their diagonally opposite ideologies. He said such a decision was expected right from the beginning, accusing the PPP of violating the peoples mandate and disappointing its allies.