Shoes hurled at Nawaz Sharif at Lahore Madrassa

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Sharif was about to address a gathering at a seminary in Lahore when the student lobbed shoes at him which hit his shoulder.

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Meanwhile, another man hurled his shoe at the former premier, almost hitting him.

She then lambasted at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, alleging that he had been promoting a culture of intolerance in the society and use of foul language in politics, The Dawn reported. "All three suspects are former students of Jamia Naeemia", he said, adding that their link with any religious or political outfit had not been established so far.

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Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), said the culture of lack of tolerance should not be promulgated.

The Minister said that the people should learn a lesson from the incident and try to inculcate the virtue of tolerance in their lives.

Spokesmen of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek and PTI also condemned the incident saying such act could not be justified in any way. So far, all the attacks have been on the ruling Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) politicians.

The incident took place a day after religious extremist blackened the face of Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif with ink when he was addressing his party's worker's convention in his hometown in Sialkot, some 100-km from Lahore.

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Khawaja Asif, however, continued his speech and said that such "tactics" can't harm his political career.

Following the incident, in which Nawaz remained unhurt, the attacker was detained by the seminary's administration and later handed over to the police.

Last month, a man hurled a shoe at Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal while he was addressing a workers' convention in Narowal.

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