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India’s first reaction after gun attack at ex-Pak PM Imran Khan during long march

Imran Khan sustained bullet injury in his leg as an unidentified gunman opened fire on him while the former was standing at container-mounted truck. The former Pak PM is out of danger.

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New Delhi: Commenting upon murderous attack on ex-Pak PM Imran Khan in Punjab province, India on Thursday said that it is keeping ‘close eye’ on developments in the neighbouring country.

“It’s a development that just took place. We’re closely keeping an eye on and we’ll continue to monitor ongoing developments,” Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said.

Imran Khan sustained bullet injury in his leg as an unidentified gunman opened fire on him while the former was standing at container-mounted truck. The former Pak PM is out of danger.

1 person is said to have died in the gun attack while more than 6 people have been injured. The attacker who fired at the convoy was also shot dead, a news agency reported.

Meanwhile, Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif has also sought report from the Interior Ministry about assassination bid on Imran Khan.

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