SHOCKING: Imran Khan Injury; Incident or caused accident?
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SHOCKING: Imran Khan Injury; Incident or caused accident?

Lahore : Pakistan | May 07, 2013 at 10:11 AM PDT
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Lahore police are looking for an unidentified person they now strongly believe; deliberately pushed Imran Khan down. The video footage of tragic accident has garnered special attention globally as the alleged person evidently forced Khan and his 2 personal security guards to fell down.

The entire national TV channels are showing the video footage repeatedly and authorities have taken serious notice of this entirely new and totally unanticipated situation; it was being speculated already that last few days before Elections 2013 are very important and; very dangerous too.

Imran Khan is said to be out of danger now though the 60-year-old required 14 stitches to his head and forehead. However, authorities have called two senior physicians from Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Islamabad; considering the head injuries very serious.

Hundreds of thousands of PTI and Imran Khan’s supporters have thus surrounded Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre whereby the Founding Chairman of the hospital’s Board of Governors is under treatment. Enthusiastic supporters are not willing to leave the premises who’re in a state of complete shock and disbelief.

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Imran Khan Injured and Hospitalized
Video footage of accident suggests; it was not an incident; it may well be an accident, a 'caused accident.'
NadeemIftekhar is based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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