Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and former prime minister, was traveling in a security vehicle when it caught fire near Rawat, Islamabad.
Imran Khan was heading to his home in Islamabad after delivering a speech to a crowd in Gujrat when a security car in his convoy was involved in a traffic accident, according to details.
To protect their lives, the passengers jumped off the burning vehicle. Teams from the Rawat police station and rescue organizations arrived quickly to put out the fire.
Details indicate that the former premier was traveling in a car behind the damaged vehicle and was unhurt. There were no deaths in the accident. A member of Imran Khan’s personal security detail, the impacted car.
Imran Khan, the chairman of the PTI, had hinted before that if the coalition government kept up its negative campaign against his political party, there might be another long march into Islamabad.
Imran Khan, while addressing a public gathering in Gujrat, warned the coalition government of another long march towards Islamabad if it continues negative tactics against PTI. He announced that the PTI’s movement will march to Islamabad and the current rulers will find no place to hide in the federal capital.