Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s youngest daughter Asifa Bhutto Zardari shared her photos on social media and thanked the medical aid providers.
Asifa Bhutto Zardari said in her tweet that she was grateful to the medical staff of 1122 Khanewal station, Miss Zaneera, and Mr. Babar for providing timely medical aid.
Asifa Bhutto Zardari further said that she also thanked the local police for taking her to the hospital immediately after the drone hit.
Asifa Bhutto Zardari was injured when a media drone camera hit her during a PPP public march.
The video showed Aseefa lurching backward as she tried in vain to get out of the way of the drone. Bilawal took his sister inside the container after the incident. According to preliminary reports, Bilawal’s security team apprehended the drone operator.
After learning that the drone camera was being operated from the channel’s DSNG van, the police detain the staff of the private channel. Except for two people, the rest of the TV channel’s staff had been detained, according to police.
Bilawal told the marchers that Asifa was injured in the incident and that paramedics recommended she be taken to the hospital. But Asifa refused and insisted on being treated with only a bandage, he said.
Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, Asifa’s sister, later shared a photo of her with a bandage on her forehead.
Following the incident, PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz tweeted that she hoped Asifa was unharmed and prayed for the safety of everyone involved in the march.
Would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of love & prayers❤️Deeply indebted to the paramedics at 1122 station Khaniwal,Ms Zunaira & Mr Baber for their stellar & immediate first aid. Would also like to thank the local police for rushing me to Mukhtar Sheikh Hospital Multan pic.twitter.com/jgASWW2Tf4
— Aseefa B Zardari (@AseefaBZ) March 5, 2022