Medical Board formed to review Nawaz Sharif’s report

In accordance with the federal cabinet’s decision, the Punjab government has formed a medical board to analyze PML-N leader, Nawaz Sharif’s health reports submitted in Lahore High Court (LHC), on Friday.

An exceptional clinical board containing nine senior specialists will present their report to the common government in five days after assessment of previous chief Nawaz Sharif’s clinical report with respect to his ailment.

PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif left for London in November 2019 after his ailment as Prime Minister Imran Khan had conceded him authorization to travel to another country for clinical treatment.

In the light of the medical board’s proposals, the following strategy will be conceived by the government to take Nawaz Sharif back to the country and to start official procedures against Shahbaz Sharif as the guarantor of his brother.

Punjab government representative Hassan Khawar affirmed that a warning has been given in such manner, as indicated by which the clinical board include Dr. Mohammad Arif Nadeem, Dr. Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab, Dr. Saqib Saeed, Dr. Shahid Hameed, Dr. Bilal S Mohi-ud-din, Dr. Ambreen Hamid, Dr. Shafiq-ur-Rehman, Dr. Moona Aziz, and Dr. Khadija Irfan.

It is worth focusing on here that the federal government on Wednesday had requested specialists’ perspectives connected with the medical reports of the PML-N leader, Nawaz Sharif.

In the light of the federal cabinet’s decision, the head legal officer for Pakistan (AGP) had composed a letter to the Punjab government guiding it to get an assessment from significant specialists with respect to the clinical reports of previous chief Nawaz Sharif submitted in Lahore High Court (LHC) and evaluate whether his condition has improved.

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