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Fayyaz Chohan claims terrorist employed to assassinate PTI Chaimran Imran Khan

Former prime minister Imran Khan (left) and PTI chief Fayyaz Chohan. — AFP/Fb/File

“Some folks” have tasked a terrorist with assassinating PTI Chairman Imran Khan — who was faraway from the prime minister’s workplace in April — claimed PTI chief Fayyaz Chohan.

The previous provincial minister, in a tweet on Saturday, stated: “I’ve particulars that some folks have ordered a terrorist named Kochi in Afghanistan to assassinate PTI Chairman Imran Khan.”

Amid the rumours of threats to Khan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif directed the Inside Ministry final month to supply water-tight safety to the PTI chairman at his dwelling in Islamabad and through political rallies.

In a jalsa final month, Khan revealed that there was a risk to his life, following which he recorded a video of the characters behind the “conspiracy” in opposition to his authorities, and if one thing occurs to him, it is going to be launched.

The ousted prime minister, in his tackle to a jalsa in Sialkot, stated a “conspiracy” was being hatched to take his life and regardless of realizing about it earlier, he has now sufficient proof to substantiate it.

The PTI chairman, in mild of the alleged plot to kill him, stated he has recorded a video and saved it in a “secure place” by which he has talked about every character that was behind the “conspiracy” to oust his authorities.

Earlier than his ouster in April, then-information minister Fawad Chaudhry had additionally claimed that safety businesses have reported an “assassination plan” in opposition to Khan.

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