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Imran Khan: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has sent a defamation notice to Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel in Shahbaz government. Imran has demanded 10 billion rupees from the minister. He had claimed that Imran Khan had no fracture in his leg and alcohol and illegal drugs were found in his urine sample. Imran Khan was shot during a rally last November. Two attackers fired at him with AK-47 and pistol.
Imran Khan was leading the Freedom Rally in November when he was shot in Wazirabad. Three-four shots were fired at Imran Khan, in which one bullet hit his leg. Surgery had to be done to remove the bullet. After this he was on bed-rest for several days. His leg was also plastered. Regarding this, Shahbaz’s minister claimed that he was doing a false drama and there was no fracture in his leg. He did not present any evidence for this.
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Imran Khan sent defamation notice of 10 billion rupees
Now Imran Khan took action on this and sent a defamation notice of Rs 10 billion to Minister Abdul Qadir. Imran Khan has also asked the minister to apologize. The PTI chief asked the minister to apologize in the same condition as he had made the alleged false claim. To apologize unconditionally, to admit that he spread lies. Imran also demanded 10 billion rupees, which will be donated to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Center.
Apologize for 15 days, give compensation to the minister
Imran Khan has given Abdul Qadir, a minister in Shahbaz government, 15 days to apologize within 15 days of receiving the notice, admit to spreading lies and pay a compensation of 10 billion rupees. Imran Khan, who was injured in the firing, was admitted to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital itself. Here the doctors treated him and found a fracture in Imran’s leg. The doctors removed the bullet from Imran Khan’s leg and plastered it. The minister had spoken of action against those doctors as well.
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