Personal physician says Nawaz to leave Pakistan within 48 hours

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17 Nov, 2019 11:52 am

LAHORE (92 News) – Former premier Nawaz Sharif’s personal physician said on Sunday that the former premier will leave Pakistan within 48 hours.

Dr Adnan took his twitter and said that Nawaz Sharif would leave Pakistan after being declared medically fit and safe to travel, which according to his estimation would take two more days.

The doctor also said that that the former prime minister is scheduled to travel abroad once he’s clinically stabilised, made travel-worthy and is safe for air travel. “He [Nawaz Sharif] will make the journey in a fully equipped & medically staffed Air Ambulance; arriving soon.”

“Former PM Nawaz Sharif is scheduled to travel abroad, to London-UK, for medical treatment within 48 hours once he’s clinically stabilised, made travel-worthy & is safe for air travel. He will make the journey in a fully equipped & medically staffed Air Ambulance; arriving soon,” Dr Adnan tweeted.

Meanwhile, Nawaz Sharif is likely to leave for treatment in London tomorrow (Tuesday). The sons of Nawaz Sharif, Hassan and Hussain Nawaz has booked an air ambulance that will arrive in Lahore on Tuesday and subject to permission of his doctors, Nawaz will leave for London on the same day.

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The preparations are continued to shift the former prime minister as he will be shifted to US after he seeks initial treatment in the UK Saturday.  He also said that Nawaz will seek treatment for his kidney and heart in the UK. In the US, the former prime minister will be treated for his platelet condition.

His brother Shehbaz Sharif and personal physician Dr Adnan Khan are accompanying him as per the existing understanding. It will be decided on Sunday as to who else could also fly with Nawaz.

A day earlier, the Lahore High Court (LHC) ordered to remove the name of former premier Nawaz Sharif from the ECL and allowed him to go abroad for four weeks unconditionally. The permission can be extended. The case has been adjourned until third week of January.

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