The Ministry of Exterior Affairs stated the Centre is carefully monitoring the state of affairs in Pakistan after former prime minister Imran Khan was shot at throughout a rally in Gujranwala, Wazirabad on Thursday night.
Pictures had been fired at Khan’s reception camp within the Gujranwala city, a number of native information channels reported. Khan, who was reported to be out of hazard, was shot within the leg when he was main a protest march in the direction of Islamabad.
“It’s a improvement that simply happened. We’re carefully keeping track of and we’ll proceed to observe ongoing developments,” MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated concerning the incident.
#WATCH | “It’s a improvement that simply happened. We’re carefully keeping track of and we’ll proceed to observe ongoing developments,” says MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi on firing on former Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s rally in Wazirabad, Pakistan whereby he too is injured pic.twitter.com/yx5G5f7D9b
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Reacting to the incident, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif condemned the firing in Gujranula and known as for an instantaneous report on the incident. Sharif directed Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah to hunt an instantaneous report from IG Police and the Chief Secretary of Punjab.