Imran Khan again escapes shoe attack

IMRAN Khan says PTI membership is imperative for the next general election

IMRAN Khan says PTI membership is imperative for the next general election

GUJRANWALA: Police on Wednesday released a man after brief detention in a case pertaining to a shoe attack that was aimed at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan.

While addressing a gathering, PTI chief Khan targetted former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and said that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Leader is duping people.

Imran, who appeared to have not noticed that the incident happened, remained safe. Reports suggest Imran Khan angrily abandoned his address and came down from the stage after the attack.

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Imran Khan among lawmakers from both the government as well as the opposition condemned the incident and discouraged the ill practice. Following the incident, the attacker was detained by the seminary's administration and later handed over to the police.

This is the third such attack in this week when a political leader is attacked with shoe or ink.

On Sunday, an Islamic seminary student hurled shoes at ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif during a function at the Jamia Naeemia seminary in Lahores Garhi Shahu area.

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Two days ago, a man was arrested by police for allegedly attempting to hurl his shoe at the PTI chief in Faisalabad.

Last month, a man hurled a shoe at Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal while he was addressing a workers' convention in Narowal.

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