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Unidentified gunman opens fire on Wasim Akram’s vehicle in Karachi


KARACHI: Assailants opened fire on vehicle being driven by Wasim Akram on his way to National Stadium Karachi on Wednesday afternoon.


The reports say that unidentified gunman first hit Akram’s auto and then opened fire at him the moment he walked out of his car on Karsaz Road near National Stadium where he was going to train young bowlers in a camp. After being saved and secured, the former captain of the national cricket team called the police helpline and filed the complaint.

According to Wasim Akram, two unidentified arm-carrying persons on a motorcycle opened fire at his car when he was on his way.

Police reached the spot immediately after receiving call from Akram and started investigation.

Speaking to media, a bit terrified cricket star said: “I have noted down the vehicle’s number and given it to the police.” He denied of receiving any threat and said that he was on his way to the National Stadium, to conduct a training camp for fast bowlers.


The former captain and current chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan strongly condemns the incident on his tweeter account.

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