Sharif family playing politics over Nawaz’s ailment: Punjab info minister
LAHORE: Punjab Minister for Information and Culture Fayazul Hassan Chohan on Tuesday said the Sharif family was doing politics on ailment of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif, ARY News reported.
“All the medical boards have declared Nawaz Sharif’s reports satisfactory. In fact, Nawaz does not want to stay in Pakistan anymore,” Fayazul Hassan Chohan said while speaking to media.
He said the Punjab government formed five medical boards on demand of Sharif family and reports of all the boards were satisfactory.
The provincial information minister said the Pakistan Muslim League-N supremo wanted to live at his London flat, instead of jail or hospital.
He said, Sharif family was just making hue and cry. “First, they demanded the culprit be shifted to hospital then back to jail and then again they demanded to shift him to the hospital.”
“Nawaz Sharif was brought to cardiology ward but after visiting 3 to 4 rooms, he liked a room of gynaecology ward,” he said.
Dr Tajamul, the head of medical board, on Monday said that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was not suffering from any ‘deadly’ disease.
“All medical services to treat Nawaz Sharif are available in Pakistan especially in the Jinnah Hospital Lahore,” the head of medical board constituted to treat the former PM said.
Dr Tajamul said after reviewing the last medical report of Sharif and in the light of present tests of his conducted at the Jinnah Hospital, he has come to known that the former prime minister is not suffering from any dangerous disease.