PPP requests DG ISI to probe ‘targeted’ drone camera ‘attack’ on Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari – Pakistan

The PPP is asking Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Secretary-General (DG) Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum to investigate and “to bring the facts to light” ” requested. – Government march in Khanewal earlier this month.

The incident occurred on March 4 when Aseefa was standing on top of a truck with her brother Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.

Footage aired on television showed the drone moving directly towards Aseefa, who leaned back and leaned to avoid equipment obstruction.

A drone hit near her right eye. She was initially given first aid on the spot and was later transferred to Mukhtar A. Sheikh Hospital in Multan. There she was sewn into what Bilawal described at the time as “deep lacerations”.

Nayar Bokari, Secretary General of the PPP Serb.com Today he wrote to DG ISI asking them to investigate the matter.

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At the time of the incident, Aseefa’s sister Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari also expressed suspicion that the incident was the result of “intended assault”. Bilawal also addressed marchers after the incident, suggesting that the incident may have been deliberate.

He said the device belonged to a private news channel that targeted the PPP march and party policies.

later, Sama TV Director News Farhan Mallick tweeted that the channel’s drone operator lost control of the drone camera during a PPP march, resulting in the device hitting the Aseefa. He called the incident “unfortunate” and “accident”.

In a letter to DG ISI, Bokhari noted that the matter had been reported by the Khanewal Police Department and asked state agents to further investigate the case.

The letter reads: “Given your organization’s considerable expertise in investigations, we request that you investigate this case and bring the facts to light.”

“The PPP has taken this attack on Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari most seriously and expects your organization to investigate this matter in a thorough and unbiased manner,” the PPP added.