PM Imran’s nephew, journalist survive gun attack ‘by PTI minister’s goons’

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Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan’s nephew and reporter of a private media outlet have escaped in Lahore a gun attack “by the goons of a minister of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)”.

As per the details, lawyer Hassaan Khan Niazi and journalist Rai Saqib Kharral were attacked in the Gullo Kot area of the provincial capital, where Darul Hikmat (DuH), a Christian education centre, has been illegally occupied by land mafia.

“At least four shots were fired at us as we reached the charity school to meet the person in charge,” Hassaan Khan told The Current, alleging that the attackers are related to a Punjab minister.

“Norez, one of the people responsible for the attack, is a provincial minister’s son-in-law,” he said further.

CM TAKES NOTICE:

Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar has taken notice of the incident and illegal occupation of the school.

According to a private media outlet, CM Inspection Team Chairman Malik Asad Khokhar has sought a report from the Lahore Capital City Police Officer (CCPO).

Owned by the Darul Hikmat Trust, the community school was established in 1986 and houses hostels for both boys and girl, besides multiple lawns as well as a football ground.

The administrative affairs of the institute are now being run by the minister’s relatives.

Meanwhile, several deserving students from nearby localities who were studying at the institution have started leaving the school amid the catastrophic situation that’s prevailing there.

No official version of the incident had been released by the time this report was filed.

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