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Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Leaves For London In Air Ambulance

Lahore: Ailing former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday left for London from right here in an air ambulance for additional remedy.

He was accompanied by his brother, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif and different personnel, together with his private doctor Adnan Khan, studies Daybreak information.

The air ambulance, which arrived from Doha early Tuesday morning, is provided with an intensive care unit and an operation theatre, with a staff of medical doctors and paramedics additionally on board.

Earlier on Tuesday, PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb mentioned that medical doctors accomplished Nawaz Sharif’s medical examination forward of his departure and he was additionally administered excessive doses of steroids and medicines to make sure that his situation remained secure throughout journey.

The event comes a day after the Inside Ministry issued a notification, permitting the previous premier to journey overseas for medical remedy, saying that the choice was an “interim arrangement” within the mild of the Lahore Excessive Courtroom’s order, which was handed final week.

In its notification, the Ministry reproduced the undertakings supplied by the Sharif brothers to the Lahore Excessive Courtroom wherein the phrases of their journey and return have been laid out.

The previous prime minister’s title stays on the Exit Management Listing (ECL).

Nawaz Sharif, who was identified with an immune system dysfunction, has been suggested to go overseas for medical remedy.

The PML-N supremo, who was incarcerated after an accountability courtroom discovered him responsible within the Al Azizia corruption case, was granted bail by the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom on humanitarian grounds.

He additionally obtained bail within the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case from the Lahore Excessive Courtroom.

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