Rana Sanaullah claims Imran Khan didn’t receive four bullets


ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Friday rejected PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s claim of being injured by four bullets and deeming him the biggest “liar” a day after Khan was attacked during his long march in Wazirabad. Reacting to Khan’s address following the attack, the minister said that his “lie is telecast live” because he is the head of a party. Speaking during Geo News’ programme “Naya Pakistan”, Sanaullah said: “He is saying that four bullets hit him. He is lying. He said that a man fired at him from the front. He is lying.” The minister has asked for an independent inquiry to be conducted into the incident, which, he claims, will expose Khan’s lie. “His [Imran Khan] lies cannot be estimated like measuring the depth of the sea.” Sanaullah suggested the formation of a Supreme Court bench — headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial — to be tasked with investigating Khan’s attack as well as the assassination allegations. Referring to the PTI chief’s murder allegations against himself, Sanaullah asked Khan why he avoided the cases during his four-year term as prime minister. The interior minister said that he would accept any punishment if the claims made by the PTI chief about two shooters trying to assassinate him during the long march in Wazirabad were true.




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