Published On: Tue, Jul 10th, 2018

Nawaz Sharif Blames Pakistan Tehreek-E-Insaf For The Attack On Avenfield Residence: PTI Defends

Last Sunday, a mob of angry protesters attacked Nawaz Sharif’s Avenfield residence in London and attempted to break into the apartments. PML – N blamed Imran Khan and his followers for the incident while PTI defended itself.


In a video captured by a bystander, the actual events of the attack can clearly be seen. A relatively small group of people staged a protest in front of the Avenfield residence in London, which is a second home to the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family.

In the heat of the protest, the protesters got aggressive and started attacking the buildings. While some of them punched and kicked the building, others tried to break into the apartments.

A few of the protesters also threw things into the building, shattering glass windows and doors.

Maryam Nawaz, in an interview following the attack, blamed Imran Khan and PTI activists for the incident.

The accusation holds credibility as some of the protestors were seen holding PTI flags but nothing concrete can be said until the Britain Police Department completes its investigation.

On the other hand, Imran Khan has denied all allegations placed on him and his party, saying that aggressive politics is not his styles andcondemned the attack. He also ordered his followers to steer clear of PML – N leaders and their residences.

Keep in mind that the incident happened in the wakeof Avenfield Reference case verdict, in which the former primer along with his family was found guilty of corruption and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

However, Nawaz Sharif and his party Pakistan Muslim League – N is still shamelessly trying to get away with it and refusing to admit their crimes, resulting in an enraged nation who is sick and tired of their excuses and hoping for change in the country.

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