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Pakistan Long March Suspended Until Imran Khan Recovers; Protest to Continue

by HimelHimu

Pakistan’s Terek-e-Insaf (PTI), said on Saturday that his supporters should continue the protest against three people he claims planned his assassination.

PTI Leader Chief Asad Umar reported on Friday that the PTI will hold a cross-country fight today at 5 p.m. m.

The primary party pioneer said that he also would join the fights at Freedom Chowk in Lahore.

The PTI would hold protests in major cities the day after PTI chief Imran Khan was shot, according to Asad Umar’s announcement on Twitter.

Imran Khan thinks that three people, including Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Interior Minister Rana Sanura, and ISI Major General Faisal, asked for the shots to be fired.

When Imran Khan broke his silence on him on Friday, the day after he was shot during an “assassination attempt,” he revealed that he already knew about the danger that lay ahead.

As he was being treated for his injuries at Shaukat Hanam hospital, Khan told PTI supporters, “I already knew there was a plan to kill me somewhere between Wazirabad and Gujrat.”

According to Geo News, the nation’s military called the allegations made by Khan “baseless” in response to them.

“The irresponsible and baseless accusations made by the PTI president against the agency, especially senior military officers, are unacceptable and unsolicited,” reads a press release from Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

In the meantime, Mariyum Aurangzeb, the intelligence minister, stated that Khan would prefer to file a First Intelligence Report (FIR) of his choice regarding the attack on him rather than comply with the law.

Aurangzeb stated in a statement that the hospital’s Shaukat Hanum was out of the control of the police and other investigation agencies.

The investigation into the attack on PTI President Imran Khan has been assigned to the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD).

Geo News reported that security sources stated that the primary suspect, Naveed, was transported to Chung’s CTD cell, where he was being questioned by CTD and other agencies.

According to the sources, it was also decided to take the suspect for a polygraph test, and either the CTD or the local police station will file a case against the incident.

PTI leaders, in addition to at least 24 others, have been charged with protesting an attempted assassination of PTI President Imran Khan.

The identified protesters, according to the police, damaged government property and resisted arrest.

According to the incident’s FIR, nine FC staff members and five police officers were injured when protesters hit them with sticks and stones, according to Geo News.

According to PTI leader Shibli Faraz, Imran Khan will be relocated to his residence within two days.

Geo News reported that Faraz stated that Khan’s assassination attempt was not the work of an individual and required a thorough investigation.

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