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Imran Khan visited slain PTI worker's home at Rawalpindi after discharging from Hospital

Written By Ali Awan on Thursday, 13 June 2013 | 07:03

RAWALPINDI: PTI chief Imran Khan on Thursday travelled to Rawalpindi and condoled with family members of his party worker Usman Mirza who was shot dead in the city during May 11 general elections, SAMAA reported.

“We will no way let his killers escape,” the PTI chairman spoke to reporters in Rawalpindi where he arrived soon after doctors allowed him to travel as a team of medics found his CT scan test clear.

He is likely to attend the next National Assembly session to take oath of his National Assembly membership in the house.

He was admitted in the Shaukat Khanam Hospital after falling from a lifter in election-related activity in Lahore last month. He had sustained head and back injuries.

Khan left the hospital after 15 days.   -- SAMAA

LAHORE: Doctors have allowed Pakistan Tehreek Insaf chief Imran Khan to travel, SAMAA reported.

Doctors say Khan was allowed to travel to Islamabad today after a team of medics found his CT scan test clear.

He is likely to attend the next National Assembly session to take oath of his National Assembly membership in the house.

He was admitted in the Shaukat Khanam Hospital after falling from a lifter in election-related activity in Lahore last month. He had sustained head and back injuries.

He left the hospital after 15 days.   -- SAMAA

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