Ex-Pakistani Premier survive an assassination attempt
Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan is out of danger after he suffered a gunshot wound on Thursday.
Khan was shot in the leg after a gunman opened fire at a rally in Wazirabad, Aljazeera reported.
The ex-premier was rushed to the hospital alongside six others. Doctors later confirmed that Khan was out of danger.
Khan has been leadingg mass protests in the capital as he demands a snap election.
He was removed from office through a vote of no confidence last April.
He started the march on October 28, in Lahore and was expected o arrive in Islamabad on November 11. It is not yet clear whether he will continue with the march after the accident.
Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif condemned the attack and directed authorities to immediately launch an investigation.
No one has so far been arrested.
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