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No decision taken on sending Nawaz abroad for treatment: doctor

April 9, 2019
No decision taken on sending Nawaz abroad for treatment: doctor

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Two of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s heart walls are closed and we will have to install a pacemaker to balance his heartbeat, his doctor said on Tuesday.

Dr Adnan said they haven’t taken a decision on whether Nawaz should be sent out of Pakistan for treatment or not. He said they haven’t made a road map for Nawaz’s treatment and it will move forward after the recommendations of a medical board.

Commenting on Nawaz’s health, Dr Adnan said that his heart rhythm is not normal and he has been prescribed medicines for his heart problem.

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Nawaz has undergone different medical tests and the doctors are monitoring his health closely, Dr Adnan said.

The former prime minister is currently out on bail granted on medical grounds.

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    pakistani   April 9, 2019 9:56 pm/ Reply

    WHO THE HELL ARE YOU TO DECIDE TO SEND HIM ABROAD OR NOT

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    pakistani   April 9, 2019 9:57 pm/ Reply

    WHO THE HELL ARE YOU TO DECIDE TO SEND HIM ABROAD OR NOT.

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      Hamid   April 11, 2019 10:19 pm/ Reply

      If it’s not NRO, government should submit appeals for bail of all patients in the jails of Pakistan. This will be the true justice

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    Hamid   April 11, 2019 10:13 pm/ Reply

    There are thousands of prisoners who are suffering from cancer, TB, heart disease and many more. Why only Nawaz is granted bail for treatment ? Because right for treatment is only for the riches? Or Pakistan justice is only on the side of the riches?

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