Dr Adnan, Hussain announce to submit Nawaz’s health reports in court
LONDON (92 News) – Dr Adnan, personal physician of former premier Nawaz Sharif, and his son Hussain Nawaz on Monday announced to submit the medical reports in the court within three days.
Speaking to the journalists, Dr Adnan said that Nawaz Sharif is undergoing treatment by experts in the best hospitals of London. He informed that they are considering other medical tests including bone marrow test of Nawaz Sharif.
He said that more than 80% of the arteries that supply blood to Nawaz’s brain are closed. He expressed that there could be several reasons for platelets being low.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said that 88 per cent artery of former premier Nawaz Sharif which supplies blood to the brain was blocked.
In a statement, the PML-N spokesperson said that the doctors have advised Nawaz Sharif to receive medical treatment in the US. She added that doctors said the medical complications could give severe results to the PML-N quid.
Criticizing the political opponents, Marriyum Aurangzeb said that mentally-ill people are running politics over Nawaz Sharif’s health so far. She added that the government should make arrangements to provide five million houses and 10 million jobs for the nationals.
On December 3, Hussain Nawaz – son of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif – said that his father’s health is critical and no improvement thus far.
Speaking to the journalists, Hussain Nawaz said that his father’s health has not improved since his arrival in London on November 19.
“Nawaz Sharif’s health is as it was prior, no signs of betterment or recovery have been visible thus far, Dr Adnan has stated facts about my father’s condition,” said Hussain Nawaz.
Upon further inquiries about Nawaz Sharif’s health, Hussain said that he was not a doctor and the questions would be answered in a better way by the former prime minister’s personal physician.
He also owed to the fact the he knew nothing about an alleged dip in Nawaz Sharif’s white blood cells.