Imran Khan, the chairman of the PTI and a former prime minister of Pakistan, has been promised medical care for his gunshot wounds by the Turkish government.
In a statement to the media, PTI Vice President Shah Mahmood Qureshi disclosed that several international leaders had contacted Imran Khan to ask about his health. Qureshi claimed to have spoken with Mevlut Cavusoglu, the foreign minister of Turkey, who suggested that Imran Khan receive medical care in Turkey.
Khan, 70, suffered bullet injuries in the right leg last week when two gunmen sprayed bullets at him and others mounting on a container in the Wazirabad area, where he was leading a protest march against the government.
At the Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Lahore, which is owned by his philanthropic organization, the PTI leader had surgery for bullet wounds. On Sunday, Imran Khan was released from the hospital and relocated to his Zaman Park home in Lahore.
At a press conference earlier on Sunday, Khan announced that the long march would resume on Tuesday from the Wazirabad location where 11 people, including himself, suffered gunshot wounds.
Moazzam, a PTI employee, passed away as a result of gunshot wounds during the assault.