Dr. Faisal Sultan, a former Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health, is in charge of a four-person medical staff that treats Imran Khan, a former prime minister and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI).
Following the terrible occurrence, the former premier reportedly received first assistance at Wazirabad and was then promptly transported to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital in Lahore.
The hospital’s security has been stepped increased in the meantime by the provincial administration. Due to the unstable environment created by the attempt on Imran Khan’s life, visitors have been prohibited from accessing the hospitals.
Imran Khan was hurt earlier today while participating in a long march in Gujranwala close to the Wazirabad neighbourhood. Numerous people, including Imran Khan, have been injured, and one person has been pronounced dead.
Mr. Khan was said to be safe at first, but several individuals were said to be hurt. Later, it was discovered that Mr. Khan had also sustained injuries.
There are also rumors that Senator Faisal Javed, a close ally of Mr. Khan’s, was hurt in the assault.
On October 28, Khan started his protest encirclement. According to the original schedule, the party’s long march, which had been travelling for six days, was supposed to arrive in Islamabad in seven days. Asad Umar, the PTI leader, announced the protest convoy will arrive in Islamabad on November 11, instead of the march’s original arrival date of November 4.
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