Pakistan

Shahbaz Gill says PML-N leaders ‘must be behind’ car accident

Lahore-Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill contended on Friday that PML-N leaders, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah”must be involved”in the auto crash — which he claims was an attempt on his life — on the M-2 Motorway in which he was injured a day agone.

“Shehbaz Sharif Sahab, along with Rana Sanaullah and other musketeers, must be involved in this accident,” Gill told journalists outside the Islamabad High Court as he described the circumstances of the incident.
Gill, slipping a neck brace and an arm sling, added that he’d given his attorneys the names of seven people that” want to get me killed” and who should be held responsible in case any detriment came to him or former high minister Imran Khan.
He said they harbored analogous intentions for Imran Khan.” As his chief of staff, I sweat an attack on him (as well),” he added.
Gill refused to discover the names of journalists at the moment, still, he said he’d be participating in the names with the” many independent voices of the media”in Pakistan.
The PTI leader said the seven people had indeed hovered him over the phone and he’d also handed their phone figures to his attorneys.
Gill explained that he wasn’t revealing the names as it would give the print of”political point-scoring”. He continued”And I do not have to name them. Everybody knows. Do not you see Maryam Safdar’s statement where she said they should be crushed’? Do not you see Rana Sanaullah’s statements?
“I’ll not resort to political point-scoring on this matter and am leaving the rest to you,” Gill told journalists.
On Thursday, Gill, along with three other people, had sustained injuries when a speeding vehicle struck his auto near the Khanqah Dogran cloverleaf, Sheikhupura.

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