“We condemn in the strongest possible terms, any political violence, any violence, against politicians or their supporters,” he said and called for a “full, transparent investigation” into the attack on Khan.
“We very much hope that this will not create further challenges to the political situation in Pakistan,” he added.
Khan, who is the chairman of the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Imran (PTI) party, was injured in Wazirabad on Thursday when he was hit in his leg by gunfire while leading a march on the nation’s capital.
One person was killed in the attack and at least five others were hurt.
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