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An air ambulance is also coming for Zardari: PPP leader

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 19, 2019 | Last Updated: 8 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 19, 2019 | Last Updated: 8 months ago
Says his three heart walls are blocked

Former president Asif Ali Zardari, who has been in the custody of National Accountability Bureau in a money laundering case since June this year, will also go abroad for medical treatment, Nabil Gabol, a leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party, said Tuesday.

“Three heart walls of Zardari sahib are blocked,” Gabol told SAMAA TV anchorperson Nadeem Malik. “They [the government] will have to send him abroad on the basis of an emergency.”

His remarks come a few hours before former prime minister Nawaz Sharif reached London to receive treatment.

“Another air ambulance is about to come,” the PPP leader said. “If one Nawaz Sharif could go then others will also go.”

“He will go, you will see,” Gabol said. “An air ambulance could also come for him.”

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  1. Mr Hashim Hashambhoy  November 20, 2019 9:06 pm/ Reply

    What a shame! These corrupt leaders have destroyed their country. Now they MUST face justice ( if any). Both NS & Zardari have so much money robbed & stored abroad,they can afford to pay foreign doctors to come to Pakistan & cure them. They can also pay for all those expensive medical equipment. Why let them go free!!!. Later Pakistani hospitals can benefit from these medical equipment & instruments too. If they are let loose foreign Governments will make use of their robbed money instead of Pakistani citizens. Mr PM Imran Khan give this a thought.

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