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PML-N bulldozes wall to prevent accident like Imran Khan

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Pakistan, DG Khan News : In a bid to prevent an accident similar to Imran Khan’s fall from the stage, local Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) leaders have bulldozed a wall of a hockey ground in Dera Ghazi Khan to construct a brick staircase for a rally by former Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif.

Our correspondent from Dera Ghazi Khan reported that the wall of the Friends Hockey Club was bulldozed Wednesday from one side on the pretext that DSNGs from TV channels would not be able to cover the rally live as they could not enter the hockey ground.

But local leaders later admitted they wanted to prevent an incident similar to the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chief’s 10-foot drop from a forklift on Tuesday by making a staircase for Shahbaz Sharif to climb up to the stage.

No action has been taken by the local administration on the bulldozing of the wall of the city’s main hockey ground.

Shahbaz Sharif was holding rallies in Kamalia and Dera Ghazi Khan today.

The party had earlier announced a suspension of their election campaign for a day in respect of Khan’s fall from stage in Lahore on Tuesdayevening which led to serious injuries to the PTI chief.

Khan had to suspend his election campaign two days ahead of schedule on the advice of the doctors. Agencies

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