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Pakistan’s former PM Imran Khan narrowly survived! emergency landing of the plane

Pakistan Imran Khan: A plane carrying former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan survived the crash. It was told that on Saturday, the emergency landing of the aircraft was done due to a technical fault. This information was given by local media.

Daily Pakistan quoted a local TV channel report as saying that Imran Khan was going to Gujranwala in a special plane to address a rally on Saturday. The pilot of the plane then contacted the control tower and managed to land the plane safely.

‘Landing happened due to bad weather’

According to media reports, after the emergency landing, Imran Khan continued his journey to Gujranwala by road. Quoting PTI leader Azhar Mashwani, Daily Pakistan reported that Khan’s plane returned to Islamabad soon after takeoff due to bad weather. The PTI leader tweeted, “The report of any technical fault in the aircraft is incorrect.”

What did Imran Khan say in the rally?

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a rally in Gujranwala on Saturday. During this, he appealed to the workers and people to show solidarity with him. During this, he also targeted the ruling party. Imran Khan said that if the country’s economy falls further, then the government will be directly held responsible for it.

At Jinnah Stadium, he said, “I am addressing those who have strength. I want to ask…the way this government is taking down this country and the economy…I know you Calls itself neutral, but this country will hold you responsible for the way the country is going down.”

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