Pak: Shoe hurled at Nawaz at Lahore seminary

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A day after ink was thrown on Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif in Sialkot, a shoe was thrown at PML-N's supreme leader Nawaz Sharif in Lahore on Sunday, reports DAWN. As Nawaz reached the dais to address the event, a shoe was thrown at him by someone from the audience.

The perpetrator has been identified as a former student of the Jamia Naeemia seminary, where Sharif was scheduled to deliver an address, reported Geo TV.

The shoe-attacker and his accomplice, who are former students of the seminary, then chanted slogan "Labbaik Ya Rasoolallah" before they were nabbed.

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Another man hurled a shoe at Sharif, almost missing him but hitting a person standing behind him. Pakistan Police also took him to the hospital for first aid as he got injured by the beatings of staff members and students who were present there.

The Punjab police took both attackers and one witness into custody.

Following the incident, in which Nawaz remained unhurt, the attacker was detained by the seminary's administration and later handed over to the police. Mr Asif, however, directed the concerned authorities to release the suspect, saying he did not have any personal enmity with him, adding that the man must have carried out the act on behest of someone in return for some money.

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that Nawaz Sharif incident and throwing ink at Khwaja Asif have exposed the security breaches and these attempts shouldn't be aimed at to discourage political leaders direct contact with public.

"This is not the way to express yourself and I condemn whoever did it".

The incident soon caught the attention of Sharif's main political rival Imran Khan, leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party, who condemned the rude act by the student.

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On February 24, interior and minister for planning, development, and reforms, Ahsan Iqbal also had a shoe thrown at him by Bilal Haris while addressing a worker's convention in Narowal.

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