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‘Imran Khan still a good fielder’ say netizens on viral video

He raised his hands to respond to the cheers from the crowd. Meanwhile a supporter standing on the side of the bridge threw something at him.

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A protestor threw probably a mobile phone to former Prime Minister Imran Khan at the Long March in Islamabad in viral video.

Video of Imran Khan catching an object most probably a mobile phone as said by internet users has gone viral on social media. He raised his hands to respond to the cheers from the crowd. Meanwhile a supporter standing on the side of the bridge threw something at him, quick on his reflexes, Imran Khan caught the phone. Another user said that it was perhaps a packet of juice that someone thrown at him out of concern.

Social media user says the thrown object was the phone a supported probably gifted him. Interesting comments emerged on social media as soon as the video went viral.

“Khan still has good catching skills,” said a Twitter user. Another user said, “His catching is still better than hassan ali!”

Read more: WATCH: Imran Khan gets on his container to lead Long March

Social media is brimmed with video and footages of PTI’s Long March. Some shared their videos joining the caravan. The videos of police shelling and teargassing dominated the social media.

Disturbing footages and images of Police teargassing to disperse the protestors in Karachi and Islamabad went viral on social media.

Thousands of protestors reached Islamabad from KP, Azad Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, and various parts of Punjab to attend the Long March rally and stage protest against the sitting government.

Earlier, today the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) on Thursday disposed of the federal government’s contempt of court plea against PTI Chairman Imran Khan over his violation of the apex court’s orders during PTI’s ‘Azadi March’.

The federal government had earlier filed a petition in the Supreme Court for registering a contempt of court case against PTI Chairman, Imran Khan

Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) Ashtar Ausaf Ali moved the plea. The five-member bench – headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial – will hear the plea later today.