The complainant of the first information report (FIR) filed following the attack on former premier Imran Khan, Punjab police officer Amir Shahzad, passed away on Sunday from cardiac arrest.
Reports in neighborhood media propose that Sub-Overseer Amir Shahzad, who was the Station House Official (SHO) of Saddar Wazirabad police headquarters, was hurried to a nearby clinical office in the wake of experiencing a coronary failure where he died without getting any clinical guide.
When Punjab police officer Amir Shahzad was leading the investigation into the attempt on Imran Khan’s life, his sudden death sparked a number of inquiries.
Imran Khan, the head of the PTI, had previously lamented the legal proceedings under SHO Amir Shahzad.
During the PTI’s long march against snap elections, a man sprayed bullets near the PTI container near Allahwala Chowk, injuring former premier Imran Khan and other PTI leaders.
Examinations concerning the occurrence have still not been closed, while the aggressor Naveed stayed in police care and owned up to kill disobedient pioneer refering to strict reasons.
Then again, the previous head asserted that administering union individuals and a few individuals from the strong quarter are behind the death endeavor.
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