Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif target of ink attack at PML-N Convention in Sialkot, on Saturday.
Foreign Minister, Khawaja Asif addressing the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz workers at the convention in Sialkot. The unidentified man threw a Black ink on Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif face and cloth. A man handed over the police.
Ink Attack on Khawaja Asif in Sialkot at PML-N Convention
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Shafqat Mehmood stated that,
I have serious political differences with Kh Asif but I strongly condemn the throwing of ink on his person. Not only are such tactics uncivilized, they have no place in a democracy.
— Owais Rana (@awaisrana2011) March 11, 2018
According to the sources. the suspect name is Faiz from Muzaffarpur. Faiz said he did this just because of changes to Finality of Prophethood clause. The Police arrested him but the Asif called for release, he also said someone might have used the man.
This incident will not affect my politics because there are still thousands of people praying for me and love me and Release him because I don’t have any enmity with him.
خواجہ آصف پر سیاہئ پھینکنے والے کا نام فیض ہے جو کہ مظفر پور کا رہایشئ ہے اسکا کہنا ہے کہ ختم نبوت پر قانون سازی کی وجہ سے سیاہی پھینکی ہے pic.twitter.com/upthYr4j6G
— Arif Mehmood (@arifreporter) March 10, 2018
People shared the incident on social media,
— Zubair Ahmed 🌐 (@ZubairA15747654) March 10, 2018
Khawaja Asif getting his makeup done to play Two-face in Pakistani Batman. pic.twitter.com/cLxnOyMeYv
— Svengali (@Ronin212) March 10, 2018
Video of the year pic.twitter.com/Adv7PTBsOR
— Ali Raza (@AliRazaTweets) March 10, 2018
Not even kidding 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/o0KjSd4kp4
— Annie Khan (@AnnieKhan29) March 10, 2018
They arrested man in no time and two ISF guys were killed in Punjab recently and there have been no arrest so far https://t.co/JVL00P437L
— Ali (@OyeQazilbash) March 10, 2018
Baji strikes again pic.twitter.com/cxISiLUTjD
— Meticulous (@KarwaLadu) March 10, 2018
Was busy yesterday so learnt of ink attack on Kh Asif this morning! Such actions are condemnable, said Shireen Mazari