Imran Khan Accident Today, Imran Khan Injured In Gun Attack, Who Shot Imran Khan?

Imran Khan Accident Today

Imran Khan, a former prime minister of Pakistan, was shot at a rally for “independence” in Wazirabad and suffered leg injuries as a result. The incident took place in Zafarali Khan Chowk.

The incident also harmed four additional people. Imran Khan was taken from the container to a bulletproof car shortly after the incident.

Imran Khan was seen being taken to a bulletproof car after the shooting in videos from the rally. He was driving a car with an open top. According to sources, PTI leader Faisal Javed was also hurt.


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Imran Khan Injured In Gun Attack

Imran Khan, a former Pakistani prime minister, was hurt when the unidentified shooter opened fire on a protest march in Pakistan today. Shots were fired at the truck carrying Imran Khan that was put atop a container in the Punjab province of Pakistan. According to the local media, Mr. Khan is safe.

Imran Khan was leading a protest march to Islamabad to demand immediate elections.

According to Pakistan local broadcaster Geo News, shots were fired near Imran Khan’s welcome camp at Allahwala Chowk in Gujranwala. Numerous injuries were apparently reported.

The incident, which took place some 200 kilometers from Islamabad, brought up dreadful memories of the 2007 protest where former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto was tragically shot.

Who Shot Imran Khan?

Imran Khan, a former prime minister of Pakistan, suffered injuries in a gunshot on Thursday at one of his rallies there.

The Gunman who shot Imran Khan is unknown at this time and police are yet to find the victim. 

An Imran Khan aide claims that a shooter today fired six shots at the truck with a carrier mounted, which was transporting the former Pakistani prime minister. Imran Khan is currently safe and receiving treatment at a hospital in Lahore.

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