After his assassination attempt .. Khan resumes protests towards the capital

Despite welcoming the government investigation into his assassination attempt, former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announced the resumption of the protest march to the capital, Islamabad, next Tuesday, from where it left off in Wazirabad when he was subjected. to a failed murder attempt.

Khan added that he will address masses daily and join the march in later when he reaches the city of Rawalpindi, adjacent to the capital, after 10-15 days, where he will personally guide it, according to the correspondent of Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath.

A transparent and impartial investigation is needed

In a video speech, the former prime minister confirmed his welcome to the government’s offer to form a judicial committee to investigate Thursday’s attack.

He said he was looking forward to a transparent and impartial investigation, wondering why a first police report had not been recorded despite the three-day passage and the Punjab government under the PTI coalition government.

Referring to Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s suggestion that the Supreme Court established an all-member judicial committee to investigate the failed murder attempt, Khan said there was nothing better than forming a judicial committee to investigate the murder. failed attempt, but added that this should be preceded by a criminal investigation into the case.

leave the hospital

The Insaf Party had invited its supporters to suspend the protests on Sunday and to open the roads closed by the supporters of the party to allow travelers and participants in a religious gathering to participate, in awaiting the announcement by the party of its plan for the next phase.

Insaf party leaders expected Imran Khan to be able to leave the hospital today, Sunday, and stay for two weeks, according to doctors’ advice.

Khan was shot in the leg Thursday as he greeted the crowd from a truck driving a protest march to Islamabad to pressure the government for early elections and the resignation of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

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