Lahore, 21st September: The management of Services Hospital Lahore has become confused after the news of corruption has come to light.
The management held a press conference but could not answer the questions regarding the departure of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Reportedly, PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif’s platelets remained low in the Services Hospital, but he recovered soon after going to London.
A statement issued by Services Hospital Lahore said that hospital management is constantly fighting against a corrupt group, which was recently arrested. The ringleader of the group, a journalist, his brother and wife, an XMS, some doctors of the hospital and others are involved.
This organized group has tried to discredit the hospital management. This group stole the paper from the hospital and gave it to the journalists.
Answering the question of corruption, the doctor said that all the inquiries have been done on corruption and have reached the MS office.
Responding to a question, the doctor said, “Let me clear the facts on the issue of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. We have all his samples. Make an inquiry and test.”
Doctors of Services Hospital held a press conference but who will answer about the platelets of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Nawaz Sharif was admitted to the Services Hospital Lahore during his illness and his platelets were very low but when he went to London he recovered.
Now there is no report about his platelets. The reports submitted to Nawaz Sharif’s court also did not mention the platelets. The question arises that the management of Services Hospital allegedly colluded with the PML-N.
The hospital management could not answer these questions at the press conference.
The hospital administration allegedly played a role in Nawaz Sharif’s going abroad. The Punjab provincial health minister and the Punjab chief minister may also have played an alleged role, but the government has not yet conducted any inquiry or sought any response in this regard.
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