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WATCH: Shoe thrown at Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah

The show was thrown by an unidentified man primarily aiming at Rana Sanaullah. His car stopped for a moment then it drove past the crowd.

A video of the shoe hurled at Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah outside the Punjab Assembly has gone viral on social media.

The shoe was thrown Tuesday at the windscreen of Rana Sanaullah’s vehicle outside the assembly. At the time of the incident, Rana Sanaullah was sitting in the front seat of his car. His car was surrounded by the journalist when the show hit the windscreen of his car.

The shoe was thrown by an unidentified man primarily aiming at Rana Sanaullah. His car stopped for a moment then it drove past the crowd. The incident of throwing the show at the state minister was captured live on cameras.

Rana Sanaullah did not stop after the incident and chose to leave the premises of the Punjab Assembly. Earlier in the day, mayhem was witnessed outside the Punjab Assembly after the lawmakers of PMLN from the federal government were allegedly stopped from entering the premises of the Punjab Assembly.

 

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Atta Tarar and Rana Sanaullah claimed that the PTI-backed Punjab Government stopped them from entering the assembly. “The IG Punjab was also asked to prevent us from entering the building but he refused to implement the orders,” said the PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah. Videos of fighting between the PMLN members and police outside the Punjab Assembly made rounds on social media.

He said that the Punjab government fears them because they do not have the required number for the vote of confidence hence they stopped us from entering the Punjab Assembly.

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The last time when Atta Tarar entered the Punjab Assembly he left the assembly after making insulting middle finger remarks. He was asked by Chaudhry Pervez Ilahi to leave the Punjab Assembly before the budget session.

Political tensions have once again mounted in Punjab as opposition eyes to toppled the PTI-PMLQ-led government in the province.