Pervez Musharraf's health improves
RAWALPINDI: The medical condition of former President General (Retd.) Pervez Musharraf is improving but the decision of discharging him from the hospital has not been taken yet, ARY News reports on Saturday.
The medical report that was submitted to the Special Court hearing the high treason trial stated that Musharraf's coronary artery was blocked along with mental pressure and pain on neck, jaws and right shoulder. He was given top medical care in the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC).
Medical board, taking care after the former military dictator, had conducted several medical tests. Musharraf medical condition has seen improvement. They have advised Musharraf to take medicine for ten weeks. However, they have not yet decided to discharge him from the institute.