Medical board terms Nawaz Sharif’s reports as incomplete


Staff reporter


The medical board formed by the government on Friday declared the medical reports of former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif as incomplete.
The medical board lead by Professor Mahmood Ayaz held the meeting and declared the medical reports submitted by Nawaz Sharif’s personal physician Adnan Khan as “incomplete”.
According to the medical board, Sharif’s blood reports had not been provided, while the reports neither mentioned his current platelets nor any updates regarding his genetic test was provided.
Sources said that the medical board asked the government for fresh and complete medical reports regarding the health of the former premier.
The medical board also informed the government that it could not comment on the incomplete reports of the PML-N supremo.
On Wednesday, Amjad Pervaiz, counsel of the former prime minister submitted a medical report of his client in the Lahore High Court (LHC).
The 10-page report regarding Nawaz Sharif’s health condition was submitted to the Deputy Registrar Judicial.
According to the report, the former prime minister is suffering from intracranial stenosis, a disease regarding the narrowing of the arteries inside the brain.
The report further stated that after Sharif’s various scans, the doctors have recommended him for heart treatment and his condition is still critical.
Sources said that the PML-N supremo’s health report is certified by the Pakistani High Commission in the UK.
The report stated that Sharif should stay in Britain until his treatment. The report also directed the former PM to have daily walk.