London,[UK] May 03 (ANI): On May 1 deep in northern Pakistan, Arif Wazir, leader of Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM), was driving home on a quiet road to break his fast when "unknown" assassins caught up with him and began to spray his car with bullets fired from automatic weapons.
One bullet struck his arm followed by two others that hit him in the neck and head. Arif was now profusely bleeding and collapsed on his car seat. Job done, the assassins fled the scene.
Thousands of Twitter fans who follow Mohsen Dawar, leader of PTM and member of the national assembly (lower house) of Pakistan, began to receive notifications that "an ambulance carrying Arif Wazir has reached DHQ hospital in DIK (Dera Ismail Khan). He was attacked by state-sponsored militants".
At the hospital, nurses struggled to locate a depressed cephalic vein…