Speculations about Musharraf's treatment abroad
RAWALPINDI: The authorities considering over sending the former president Pervez Musharraf to overseas for medical treatment after he was admitted in the Armed Forces Institute of Cordiology (AFIC) due to 'heart problem' in the morning, ARY News reported on Thursday.
According to sources, doctors after conducting various tests of Musharraf have prepared a medical report to submit in the court.
The decision about sending the former president to abroad for medical treatment will be made after the findings of the doctors, sources said.
Doctors have banned visitors to meet Musharraf and the military troops have taken security of the hospital where the former military ruler has been admitted.
Federal Minister of Defence Khawaja Asif called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today and exchanged views over treason trial against former president Musharraf.
Prince Saud Al Faisal, Foreign Minister Saudi Arabia, arriving Islamabad on January 6 and will likely to deliver a special message from King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with over the issue related to former president Musharraf, media reports said.