Former cricketer Khan, who was ousted as prime minister in April, had been in a protest procession on his way to Islamabad for six days when he was shot in the shin on Thursday.
Wood played in a seven-match Twenty20 series hosted by Pakistan in September and October. The 32-year-old is also part of the England squad that will play tests in December in Rawalpindi, Multan and Karachi.
“It’s not great, of course,” Wood told reporters ahead of Saturday’s T20 World Cup match with Sri Lanka. “First of all, he’s an ex-cricket player, so it’s close to home for us. It is of course very sad news to hear that as a group.
“From the security we had (on the T20 tour) I can only mention what we encountered and it was fantastic. We were looked after very well but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about that, because you’ I go back there if there have been problems.
“…it’s up to the people above me to decide what happens. But of course it’s worrying when you go back there as a cricketer and there’s unrest in the country. It’s up to their country to deal with, not theirs.” us. trust our security people to tell us what to do.”
In September last year, England had followed New Zealand by canceling a planned white-ball tour to Pakistan due to security concerns.
International teams have largely refused to travel through Pakistan since an attack by Islamist militants on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009 that killed six police officers and two civilians.
Pakistan hosted Australia earlier this year and has won the hosting rights for next year’s Asia Cup and the 2025 Champions Trophy.