LAHORE: Ali Musa Gillani, the son of former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani, on Sunday claimed to have been attacked by a group of PTI supporters when his vehicle was allegedly hit by a jeep of Imran Khan’s motorcade near Lahore.
During a press conference, he alleged that a white Jeep, belonged to PTI chief ‘s motorcade, banged into his car, adding that a group of people was the part PTI Chief Imran Khan's convey attacked him, whereas police took him to Lahore.
The son of former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani claimed that, upon inquiry, police informed him that the vehicle which had hit his car was the part of the motorcade of PTI chief Imran Khan, coming from Okara.
Gillani said that he would launch the first investigation report (FIR) against Imran Khan for harassing him.
However, PTI categorically denied the allegations and said that Gillani's guards opened fire on a vehicle which was part of the convoy.
The party issued a statement saying "Gillani, through his armed guards, orchestrated an attack on the convoy of Imran Khan." adding that all individuals remained unharmed in the attack as the vehicle was bulletproof.
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