Imran's medical reports full of contradictions.

LAHORE -- Clear contradictions have come to light in two medical reports of former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan, injured in the assassination attempt in Wazirabad a couple of days back, with confusion along with his own confounded statements in this regard. According to the report of Lahore's Jinnah Hospital, Imran Khan has been hit by one bullet each in both legs, while the report of Shaukat Khanum Hospital says that 4 bullet fragments have been found in Imran Khan's right leg only and some small fragments penetrated near the knee bone Patella of the left leg. As per details as mentioned in the Shaukat Khanum Hospital report, an operation was conducted to remove bullet fragments from Imran Khan's thigh and shin of the right leg. Two pieces were found near the major blood vessel on both legs, says the report. Khan was medically examined on Friday last by a team of Jinnah Hospital doctors headed by Dr Sajjad Hussain Goraia. The aforementioned reports of Dr Faisal Sultan of Shaukat Khanam Hospital and the team of Jinnah Hospital clearly contradict each other. Also, contrary to the two medical reports, PTI chief Imran Khan in his televised address from the hospital on Friday had claimed that he had been shot at 4 times while Punjab Health Minister Yasmin Rashid said that Imran Khan had been hit by 2 bullets. Briefing the media regarding the severity of the injuries sustained by Imran Khan due to the bullets fired at him, Dr Faisal Sultan had displayed the X-Ray reports of Imran Khan legs on the projector in Shaukat Kahanam Hospital on...

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