Musharraf will be sent to UK for treatment: sources
RAWALPINDI: Former president Pervez Musharraf will be sent to United Kingdom for medical treatment, hospital sources at AFIC here confirmed.
The former president will not be able to appear before special court in the next hearing of treason charges against him to be held on coming Monday.
Bilal Musharraf, the former president's son has also arrived in Pakistan.
Ahmed Raza Qasuri, Musharraf's counsel in treason trial, in an exclusive chat with ARY News said that the medical report of Pervez Musharraf has been sent to UK and after consultation with British doctors decision will be taken about angioplasty process of the former president of Pakistan.
Pervez Musharraf, who is facing treason trial for proclamation of emergency in 2007, admitted at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC) due to heart problem.
A seven-member medical board, constituted to look into the state of health of Musharraf.