Attack on Pakistani leader: Some of them survived because of frequency jammers
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was fatally attacked. He was speaking at a rally in Wazirabad when suddenly a gunman opened fire. In this accident, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan was shot in the right leg.
This is not the first time such an incident has occurred in Pakistan. The country's prime minister, president and other leaders have been fatally attacked over the past few decades. Some survived these attacks, but many leaders also lost their lives.
Pakistan's first prime minister, Liaqat Ali Khan, was shot twice in the chest while speaking at a rally in Rawalpindi. The attack took place on October 16, 1951, in which he died.
Hussein Shahid Suhravadi
Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy was born in Midnapur, Bangladesh. From September 1956 to October 1957, he was the fifth Prime Minister of Pakistan. He died on December 5, 1963 in Beirut, Lebanon. His cause of death is said to be a heart attack. But there have also been numerous such reports, in which his death was said to have been a political murder, caused by his deteriorating relationship with Ayub Khan.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
The ninth prime minister, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was also politically assassinated. He was sentenced to death for the murder of Pakistani leader Nawab Mohammad Ahmed Khan Kasuri. However, the Supreme Court of Pakistan also gave him a chance to commute his sentence to life imprisonment. Afterwards, Bhutto's lawyer Peerzada asked Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, then the administrator of martial law, to do the same.
But Jia refused to give life to the corn, saying the petition sent to me was gone. Bhutto understood Jia's intentions and again made no demands that his hanging be commuted to life imprisonment. He was finally hanged in Rawalpindi on April 4, 1979.
Former Pakistani president and dictator Pervez Musharraf has been attacked several times. The first attack occurred in 2000, and Musharraf survived. The second attack took place in Rawalpindi on 14 December 2003, but the bombs placed against him did not detonate due to frequency jammers installed in his car. Then on December 25 of the same year, he was also fatally attacked, but Musharraf was not injured.
On July 6, 2007, Musharraf fired 36 rounds from an SMG on his plane in Rawalpindi. This time Musharraf was also uninjured. On April 3, 2014, he was attacked for the fourth time. The attack took place in Rawalpindi. This time, Musharraf also survived.
Akram Khan Durrani
In 2018, Akram Khan Durrani, Minister of Housing and Works of Pakistan and Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, was attacked, but due to various security measures - various A security inspection device, aided by a frequency jamming device, made the attack unsuccessful.