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Pakistani politician Imran Khan has tweeted that he is "improving fast" after his fall at a presidential election rally on Tuesday.
He is expected to make an address from his hospital bed later today.
Flowers and messages have been left outside a hospital in Lahore, Pakistan, where former cricketer turned politician Imran Khan is being treated, after a fall at a presidential rally.
Khan reportedly suffered four fractures but is making "steady progress", according to CNN's Pakistan correspondent.
CNN's Pakistan correspondent Saima Mohsin says Imran Khan is making "steady progress" after suffering four fractures in a fall yesterday.
Imran Khan's nephew Hassan Niazi has tweeted this picture of flowers sent from Pakistan's Prime Minister after the former cricketer's fall at a political rally.
Khan fell from a makeshift lift on Tuesday and sustained a head injury. His condition is said to be stable.
The leader of Pakistan's Muslim League-N party, Nawaz Sharif, has suspended his presidential campaign for one day after his opponent Imran Khan was injured in a fall.
Former cricket star Khan, fell at a political rally on Tuesday, leaving him with two hairline skull fractures and knocking him off the campaign trail ahead of Saturday's general election.
Speaking to a crowd of political supporters in Rawalpindi, Sharif said: "May god heal Imran Khan. Due to this incident, I am suspending my election campaign for tomorrow."
Pakistan politician and former cricketer Imran Khan, who suffered head injuries after a stage fall at a political rally in Lahore, is in a stable condition in hospital.
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Imran Khan conducted his final election rally in an unusual way after addressing supporters from his hospital bed after a bad fall.
Stuck in a hospital, the Pakistani cricketer turned politician, Imran Khan, is not going to let fractured vertebrae stop him campaigning.