A man sneaks into Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s house and is arrested: Report


Lahore – According to the report, the suspect took three different routes to get to the prime minister’s home.
According to Geo News, a “suspicious” guy broke into Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s home before being apprehended and turned over to the Counter Terrorism Department for questioning.

The report claimed that the police had relocated the “suspicious” individual to an unidentified location as more security guards were assigned to the PM’s residence. According to the report, the suspect travelled three different routes to get to the prime minister’s home.

Security authorities were questioning the suspect after his detention, it was said. According to Geo News, the authorities have also obtained the CCTV footage and are attempting to determine how the suspect entered the home.

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