Musharraf's health report to be filed in court on Monday
RAWALPINDI: Former president Pervez Musharraf has been out of danger, ARY News reported on Saturday citing the doctors of former military ruler of Pakistan.
Pervez Musharraf, who is facing treason trial for proclamation of emergency in 2007, while on the way to court on Thursday was diverted to the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology due to 'heart problem', his lawyers said.
A seven-member medical board, constituted to decide about the state of health of Musharraf, considering various options of medical treatment of the former military ruler including bypass surgery and sending him to Dubai or UK for treatment, sources said. The board has also contacted doctors in overseas.
The former president's report of the first day has been released. According to hospital sources, the condition of Pervez Musharraf has improved and he has been out of danger. His medical report will be submitted in the court in the next hearing of treason trial on January 6 (Monday).