Imran, Bilawal denounce ‘shoe attack’ on Nawaz as condemnations pour in | Pakistan
Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman of Imran Khan and the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari denounced the "attack of shoes" on the political rival Nawaz Sharif.
A former seminary student earlier tossed a boot into the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) when he arrived on the podium on the day ] during a visit Seminary of Jamia Naemia in Garhi-Shahu.
"This contradicts our moral values, and I am glad that the employee of the PTI does not participate in this incident," he said. Imran in the media in Faisalabad,
"I want to say that PTI workers and the public that throwing shoes or mascara on people is not the right way [to protest]," said the head of PTI.
In response to the incident, Bilawal said that the culture of lack of tolerance should not be made public.
"This was a very unethical act," said the PPP chairman.
Chief Minister Sind Murad Ali Shah also condemned the incident, calling the action "extremely wrong."
"I did not know about this incident before you told me," Shah told reporters, "but this is unethical for this for anyone, whether a politician or a person who belongs to any other profession. "
Minister of Information Murrium Aurangzeb in an exclusive conversation with Geo News strongly condemned the attack.
"We need to change our collective behavior," she said. "Resolving disagreements turns into hatred is a sin."
"Imran Khan condemned the incident, which is noticeable," the minister said, "but his cruel rhetoric influenced people's thinking."
She said that it's time to take a step forward to condemn such incidents.
The convictions are pouring into social networks
Political leaders belonging to different sides took social networks to condemn this incident.
The leader of the Mutthahida Movement Kuami – the faction of Baghdadrabad of Pakistan (MQM-P) Feisal Subzvari wrote on Twitter that such "deplorable actions" can contribute to conflict, and then violence.