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Punjab Health Dept’s medical board declares Nawaz Sharif’s reports as old

Punjab Health Dept’s medical board declares Nawaz Sharif’s reports as old
January 4, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – The medical board appointed by the Punjab Health Department has declared the reports of Mian Nawaz Sharif, who is abroad on four-week bail, as old. Sources said that the reports had been attached to the application by Nawaz Sharif for extension his stay abroad on medical grounds. The medical board has demanded the Jan 2 reports. The recommendations of the medical board have been sent to the Punjab Home Department. It said that the medical report can only be issued on the provision of new medical boards. The Punjab Home Department will write a letter to Nawaz Sharif for new medical reports. Last week, Kharis Haris, counsel for Nawaz Sharif, had filed an application for extension in the stay of his client abroad. On December 30, former premier Nawaz Sharif had undergone a medical check-up at London’s Royal Brampton Hospital. Talking to the media outside hospital, Hussain Nawaz said that complete blood samples of Nawaz Sharif were taken in hospital. “Moreover, complete heart check-up of Nawaz Sharif was also conducted. Doctors have expressed grave concern about the health of Nawaz Sharif,” he said. Hussain Nawaz said that his father is suffering from severe heart disease for time being. He said that Nawaz Sharif’s more tests would be conducted after the vacations of the new year. Ijaz Gull, Nasir Butt and Dr Adnan also accompanied Mian Nawaz Sharif in hospital. On December 2, a British doctor had declared the disease of Nawaz Sharif, who is on a four-week bail, a complex one. Talking to 92 News, Dr Nayyar Zaman said that the PML-N Quaid could be taken to Boston, United States for treatment. “Nawaz Sharif can be treated in London, but I think Boston will be appropriate,” he said. On November 28, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had undergone a positron emission tomography (PET) scan at Bridge Hospital.