Imran’s medical report rules out slow poisoning

ISLAMABAD: In contrast with some media reports, a medical report has established that the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan was never administered any kind of poison, ARY News reported.

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According to details, Imran Khan was brought to a private hospital in Islamabad in the night between July 21 and 22, where the medics obtained his blood samples.

The subsequent medical report declared the skipper’s heart, kidneys and liver to be healthy and properly functioning, which rules out the possibility of any kind of slow poisoning.

Though it has now been ascertained that Imran Khan’s blood contained no traces of poison, but here the questions rises as to who poisoned the Imran-Reham relationship?

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Imran’s medical report rules out slow poisoning

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