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Vivid News 24: The same thing is happening now as it happened four months ago. A sharp attack on the political figure among the people. A near shot caught his chest. The assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe can be compared to the deadly attack on former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Abe took part in the election campaign in the western Japanese city of Nara on 8 July. While mixing in the crowd of photojournalists, the attacker shot him at close range. Abe was rushed to the hospital but could not be saved. Experts claim that the attack on Imran is very similar to that incident. 

In this case, too, the accused person attacked the former Prime Minister of Pakistan by mixing in the crowd of the procession. The assailant planned to shoot him in the chest from close range. But the bullet hit Imran’s leg and he survived. Pak police have already arrested the attacker.

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Imran’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf or PTI started raising the tone after the attempt to kill Imran. In the words of Imran Ismail, the former governor of Sindh province who witnessed the incident, “I was standing next to Imran during the attack. Suddenly it felt like AK-47 rifles were firing.” 

Former information minister and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry claimed, “The 9 MM was not fired from a pistol but from an automatic firearm.” He also claimed that this attack was planned. Fawad claimed, “No top leader of PTI would have survived if the shooter was not identified.”

According to the experts, this type of political killing started in Pakistan. On October 16, 1951, Pakistan’s first Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan was shot dead while addressing a public meeting at Company Bagh in Rawalpindi. 

He was giving a speech in front of about 1 lakh people that day. The assailant suddenly shot him twice in the chest. Later, former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was killed in the same manner. In December 2007, he died in a suicide blast during an election campaign.

According to experts, it is not possible to monitor every person in such public meetings or marches. Besides, not everyone is tested in such political programs. As a result, anyone with weapons can easily participate in such public meetings and marches. Again, after the murder, it is easy to escape quickly by mixing with the crowd. That is why experts believe that this method was attempted to kill.

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Vishnu Soni
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