Pakistan Minister Pelted With Eggs In London. Watch Here

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In yet another embarrasment for Imran Khan, eggs were thrown at Pakistan minister for Railways, Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, while he was in London for an award show.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In yet another embarrasment for Pakistan, eggs were thrown at Imran Khan's minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad in London. In a video clip from live TV broadcast shared by Pak journalist Naila Inayat, it has been reported that the Pakistan Minister was in London for an award ceremony when a man threw eggs on him. The egg attack on the Pakistan Minister appears to have taken place on August 18 in London. 

During the broadcast, the journalist also stated that the man who threw on the Pakistan minister in London is on the run as of now. The man who threw egg on Sheikh Rasheed was present outside the building to throw eggs on the Pakistan Minister. As soon as the man threw eggs on Sheikh Rashid, his supporters tried to catch hold off him but failed to do so.

Watch the video here:

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Another video has been posted on Twitter by a social media user from London showing a scene from the spot where the Pakistan Minister was egged. The video shows eggs thrown on the footpath by the road. The identity of the man who threw the egg on the Pakistan Minister  and reason for his actions are yet to be ascertained in the matter. 

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Twitter reactions

With such embarrasment for Imran Khan after the Pakistan minister was egged by unidentified man in London, social media users took a dig at the neighbouring country. Reacting to the incident, one of the social media users said that "he deserves it", while another one laughed out loud. A netizen also said that it was "waste of essential commodity", calling the Pakistan Minister a despicable character. 

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