- Imran Khan, Pakistan’s former PM, was shot on Thursday.
- His aide informed Reuters that Khan and a number of other different folks have been injured by a gunman.
- Sky News reported that Khan was shot in the leg, and the aide mentioned his shin was injured.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was shot on Thursday as he led a political march.
Shehbaz Sharif, the nation’s present prime minister, and an aide to Khan each confirmed that Khan was shot.
Sharif condemned the taking pictures and ordered the nation’s inside ministry to research it, Reuters reported.
Asad Umar, an aide for Khan, informed Reuters that Khan and a number of other different folks have been injured in the taking pictures. He mentioned Khan was injured in his shin.
“A man opened fire with an automatic weapon. Several people are wounded. Imran Khan is also injured,” he mentioned.
Sky News reported that Khan was shot in the leg whereas chatting with supporters. One of its reporters was in the crowd and witnessed the assault, a correspondent for the outlet mentioned.
Local media reported that he was shot in the foot, and that he was “out of danger,” Reuters reported. Those reviews mentioned he was wounded when his convoy was shot at, in accordance with Reuters.
Khan was in Wazirabad, main a protest march to Islamabad as a part of efforts to name new elections in the nation, when he was shot, in accordance with Sky News.