Day after assassination on former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, protesters took into the streets and “held hostage by the traffic” while the Islamabad police asked them not to set fire to vehicles.
Islamabad police tweeted: “Protesters have taken hostage traffic. Protesters are asked not to set fire to vehicles. The Rawalpindi administration has been repeatedly asked to stop the stoning. on on behalf of of Rawalpindi. Stone throwing in presence of public representatives is sad.
Imran was shot on On Thursday evening, when he was at his container, when his party “Hakiki Azadi” March reached Allahwala Chowk in Wazirabad.
Shortly after the previous post, the Islamabad police reported that the Faizabad transport routes had been opened.
in latest developmentPunjab police confirmed that seven people were injured and one person died during firing incident. According to police, the perpetrator was identified as Muazzam Nawaz. Suspect shooter who opened fire during the rally was caught by the Punjab police, where he confessed that wanted to kill Imran Khan because “he was misleading public.”
“I thought of this is how Azaan was going on as well as on other sideImran Khan takes out its container and manufacture noise. My conscience disapproved of this is. I decided it all of a sudden… I conspired against Imran Khan when he kicked off his long march from Lahore. I made up my mind that I won’t let him live,” the shooter said, according to a video shared by on social media.
When asked if someone else is also involved in conspiracy, the shooter said: “I was plotting this alone, and no one still participating in this is. I came on bike and i parked it at my uncle’s shop. He has a motorcycle shop.”
A few hours after the attack against Imran Khan, people held protests in front of Corps commander’s house in Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Defense Minister Khawaja Asif in inflammatory address on Friday shifted the blame of assassination attempt on PTI chief Imran Khan former prime minister for what he described as “the crossing of red lines of religion,” says Dawn.
He expressed these views during a meeting of the National Assembly (NA). on yesterday’s assassination attempt on in former prime minister, which he claimed was used for “political purposes”.
Imran was leading anti-government protest march to the capital for almost a week and survived a gun attack on Thursday in Wazirabad Punjab. He got hurt in his shin when the container was hit in one gulp of bullets.
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