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Pakistan: Shoes thrown at Home Minister of Pakistan, attack outside Punjab Assembly

Pankaj Prasad
Pakistan Home Minister Rana Sanaullah
Pakistan Home Minister Rana Sanaullah

Pakistan's Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah was attacked with a shoe when he was leaving the Punjab Assembly.

Pakistan's Home Minister Rana Sanaullah was attacked with a shoe on Tuesday. The attack took place when he was leaving his car from a meeting of the Punjab Legislative Assembly. However, he did not suffer any injury due to the windshield of the car. It is not yet known who carried out the attack. Police has started investigation. A video of this incident is also becoming increasingly viral.

Many ministers have been attacked even before this, let us tell you that this is not the first time that a leader has been attacked in Pakistan. Earlier many leaders were attacked with shoes and ink. On the first day of the year 2023, a man attacked Pakistan's Governor Kamran Tesri with a shoe. Where on 11 March 2018 former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif was attacked by a man with a shoe in Lahore. At that time, Nawaz Sharif was going to attend a function of the madrassa as the chief guest and deliver a speech.

Ink was thrown at Foreign Minister in the year 2018 

In 2018 itself, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif was addressing a conference of PML-N workers at his Khal Sialkot residence. An old man standing next to him smeared ink on the Foreign Minister's face. Asif's party tried to change the constitution's recognition of Prophet Muhammad as the last prophet of Islam, which hurt his sentiments.

The Chief Minister of Balochistan was attacked with shoes and slippers. The Chief Minister of Balochistan was attacked with shoes and slippers. On 18 June 2021, there was a lot of uproar during the assembly session in Balochistan, Pakistan. After this, the opposition threw shoes and slippers and threw water bottles at the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Jam Kamal. In fact, the budget session was going on in the Balochistan Legislative Assembly, when there was a lot of uproar between the ruling party and the opposition.