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Imran Khan’s visit to APS turns into chaos

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, Mrs. Reham Khan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak visited terror-hit Army Public School in Peshawar today (Wednesday).

On the arrival of Imran Khan, parents of martyred children gathered in front of Imran Khan’s 21 cars convoy and stopped him from a visit to Army Public School.

They started chanting slogans and also staged sit-in in front of the school.

A women among the protestors commented to Imran Khan, ” you are celebrating while out children were killed.”

talking to media she said that when Imran Khan reached her house to share condolences with her family she asked Imran gabbing his collar that where was the government  when terrorists were killing the innocent children.

She further said that Imran Khan left them when they needed him, he was busy in travelling on a helicopter from people’s money and celebrating his wedding.

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