Qadri says struggle to continue despite heart problems

BHAKKAR: Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek Dr. Tahirul Qadri has said he was suffering heart ailment and doctors had advised him rest, ARY News reported Monday.

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Speaking to media in Bhakkar after inaugurating a mosque, he said his party’s scheduled programs – sit-ins and protests – will continue as per plan despite heart problems.

“I had a hypertension yesterday that I could not even sleep the whole night,” he told.

The PAT chief said doctors had asked for immediate angiography in London and changed medicine for stroke treatment.

I came home despite serious warnings from the doctors to avoid any travel, he told, adding he had been suffering heart problem from 1982.

“After tomorrow’s jalsa I will have some time to rest,” he said.

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