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will leave politics if Imran proves four bullet wounds: Sana

ISLAMABAD:

Federal Minister for Interior of Rana Sanaullah Khan on Monday challenged Pakistani chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former prime minister Imran Khan prove that he received four bullet wounds after saying he would quit politics forever if he succeeded.

Imran was wounded and wounded on Thursday night when the suspect, standing in front of container with the head of the PTI and senior party leaders, fell in one gulp of bullets with automatic pistol. One person died in incident, while several PTI leaders were injured.

Immediately after the execution, Imran was taken to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMC). in Lahore. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of hospital, said the PTI chief was hit four bullets in the leg.

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Conversation with journalists outside parliament today interior minister said that government ready to be a part of investigation of in attack on Imran.

He demanded that a fair medical examination-up be fulfilled on in former premier unbiased medical board for investigation and verification on whether he received four bullet wounds or not.

Sanaullah said the Pakistani army is a disciplined institution, not one may deviate from official policy of institution, and if anyone dares to do so, he or she will have to face effects.

As for expansion of army commander, he said that the statement of DG ISPR is sufficient.

He said provincial government incites people to protest and the Punjab police help the protesters. “Imran Khan took three names because he wants anarchy in country,” Sanaulla said, adding that using judiciary and pakistani army for politics destructive for country.

“PTI has lost enough time and it’s too late for but a long march government I am ready to receive them and have completed all preparations by November 4,” he said.

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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