Sharif family doing politics on ailment of Nawaz Sharif: Punjab information minister

LAHORE: Punjab Minister for Info and Tradition Fayazul Hassan Chohan on Tuesday mentioned the Sharif household was doing politics on ailment of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif, ARY Information reported.

“All of the medical boards have declared Nawaz Sharif’s studies passable. In actual fact, Nawaz doesn’t need to keep in Pakistan anymore,” Fayazul Hassan Chohan mentioned in an announcement.

He mentioned the Punjab authorities fashioned 5 medical boards on demand of the Sharif household and studies of all of the boards had been passable.

The provincial data minister mentioned the Pakistan Muslim League-N supremo wished to dwell at his London flat, as a substitute of jail or hospital.

He mentioned the Sharif household was simply making hue and cry. He mentioned first they demanded the offender to shift to hospital then again to jail after which once more they demanded to shift him to hospital.

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“Nawaz Sharif was dropped at cardiology ward however after visiting three to four rooms, he appreciated a room of gynaecology ward,” he mentioned.

Dr Tajamul, the pinnacle of medical board, on Monday mentioned that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was not affected by any ‘lethal’ illness.

“All medical providers to deal with Nawaz Sharif can be found in Pakistan particularly within the Jinnah Hospital Lahore,” the pinnacle of medical board constituted to deal with the previous PM mentioned.

He relayed {that a} report had been despatched to the jail authorities about Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) supremo’s remedy.

Dr Tajamul mentioned after reviewing the final medical report of Sharif and within the mild of current assessments of his carried out on the Jinnah Hospital, he has come to recognized that the previous prime minister shouldn’t be affected by any harmful illness.



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