Why did Imran Khan's attacker shoot, a shocking revelation to the police, see details here- Watch Video

Publish Date: 04 Nov, 2022 |
 

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has been injured in the firing. PTI chief and former PM Imran Khan has been rushed to the hospital. It is being told that Imran Khan has been shot in the leg. The attack happened during a rally. On the other hand, Pakistani leader Fawad Chaudhary, close to Imran Khan, has made a shocking disclosure about the attacker. Talking to a private channel, Fawad Chaudhry told that the attacker had brought AK-47 to fire on Imran Khan, from which firing was done.

One Person Died in the attack

It is being told that many people were injured in this attack and one person died. According to the news agency FP, the police killed one of the attackers. At the same time, according to the news channel ARY, there were two attackers in the rally, one of whom has been killed. At the same time, the condition of Imran Khan is stable now. former prime minister of pakistanImranDuring Khan's protest march, his container-truck was attacked in Punjab province on Thursday, in which he was shot in the leg. This information has been given in media reports.

The incident took place near Allahwala Chowk in Wazirabad town of Punjab. According to the footage of Jio TV, 70-year-old Khan was shot in the right leg. The police took him away in a bullet proof vehicle after unloading him from the container he was in when the attack took place. According to the channel, a person has been arrested from the spot and the police has taken him to some unknown place. It was initially told that Khan was safe while some people were injured. However, it was later revealed that Khan was also injured and was shot in the leg. There are also reports that Senator Faisal Javed, close to Khan, has also been injured in this attack.

 

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