AGP calls for medical board to examine Nawaz’s reports


Attorney General for Pakistan Khalid Jawed Khan has requested the Punjab government to constitute a medical board to examine the reports of ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif who is in London for over a year owing to health issues.

The AGP sent a letter to the Punjab government stating that undertakings were incorporated in the order of the high court.

“Pursuant to the undertakings given before the Lahore High Court, the petitioner (Mian Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif) through Counsel submitted eight documents claiming to be periodical medical reports in respect of Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif. The last available report dated July 8, 2021, was filed vide letter dated Aug 3, 2021.”

“In view of the apparent present physical condition of Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif as available in the media and given the fact that he had left the country claiming to be in extremely critical condition which prima facie improved significantly after his arrival in London and the fact that he has apparently never been hospitalized and his political, social and other recreational activities have continued uninterrupted and regularly reported in media may indicate that severe ailment, if any, that may have existed in past is no longer evident or constraint his activities.


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