Islamabad [Pakistan], January 15 (ANI): Pakistan’s Punjab state has formed a medical committee to investigate the health report of its former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif submitted to the Lahore High Court, local media reported.
Punjab has formed a board of directors at the direction of the federal government.
The News International said a special medical committee of nine senior physicians will submit an assessment report to the state government within five days of assessing medical records regarding the health status of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. I reported.
In November 2019, Nawaz Sharif left Pakistan and was treated in London with the approval of the Imran government’s visit.
Following the recommendations of the Medical Commission, the government will bring Nawaz Sharif back to Pakistan and decide on the next course of action to sue Nawaz Sharif as a guarantor for his brother.
Last December, Pakistan’s accountability and interior prime minister’s adviser Shahzad Akbar said Nawaz Sharif was cornered in the UK as Islamabad was actively pursuing his surrender case. Akbar also stated that Sharif was a prisoner and was not even eligible to obtain a visitor visa in accordance with British immigration law. (ANI)
Pakistan’s Punjab State Formes Medical Commission to Investigate Nawaz Sharif Health Report
SourcePakistan’s Punjab State Formes Medical Commission to Investigate Nawaz Sharif Health Report