Nawaz Sharif once again refuses to go abroad on surety bonds
LAHORE (92 News) – Former premier Nawaz Sharif has once again refused to go abroad one-time for four weeks after submitting the surety bonds. He has informed PML-N president Shhebaz Sharif about his decision. On the other hand, the PML-N is likely to approach court on the conditional permission granted to him by the government. Sources said that the Sharif family has started consulting the lawyers. Earlier on Wednesday, Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said that the conditional departure set by the federal government for former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was unconstitutional and illegal. The party in a tweet, quoted Marriyum Aurangzeb saying that the government is playing a dangerous game with Nawaz Sharif's health. Marriyum Aurangzeb also said that an emergency meeting of the former prime minister’s doctors has been summoned to consult on the recent situation. “So far Nawaz Sharif has been given steroids twice,” she added. پاکستان مسلم لیگ (ن) کی ترجمان مریم اورنگزیب کا سابق وزیراعظم محمد نواز شریف کی صحت سے متعلق بیان حکومتی تاخیر کی وجہ سے ایئر ایمبولینس کی آمد تاخیر کا شکار ہورہی ہے ڈاکٹرز کی ہدایت کے مطابق ایئرایمبولینس نے آج آنا تھا — PML(N) (@pmln_org) November 13, 2019 “Giving high doses of steroids to the PML-N quid constantly may put his health in danger,” the PML-N spokesperson mentioned. She further maintained that the government has no idea about the dangers faced by the former premier. She stated that due to the delays of the government the air ambulance’s arrival has also been delayed. She said the air ambulance was to arrive today on the instructions of the doctors. پاکستان مسلم لیگ (ن) کی ترجمان مریم اورنگزیب کا سابق وزیراعظم محمد نواز شریف کی صحت سے متعلق بیان حکومتی تاخیر کی وجہ سے ایئر ایمبولینس کی آمد تاخیر کا شکار ہورہی ہے ڈاکٹرز کی ہدایت کے مطابق ایئرایمبولینس نے آج آنا تھا — PML(N) (@pmln_org) November 13, 2019 Marriyum said that the legal requirements regarding Nawaz Sharif’s health have already been filled. “In view of his health the government should not become an impediment in treatment of the former prime minister,” she added.