Nawaz Sharif will return to Pakistan ‘only after getting well’: PML-N leaders

Lahore: Nawaz Sharif going to back to Pakistan(PAK) “only after getting well’, his own party declared on Fri., indicating that the previous prime minister may not meet the judicial deadline of Sep 10 to appear for a hearing in a corruption complaint over him.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) early this week had instructed the three-time prime minister & the supremo of Pakistan(PAK) Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), presently in London, to appear before it & surrender to the officials by Sep 10 (or) face legal trials for absconsion.

A division bench of the High Court(H.C) — comprising Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani & Justice Aamer Farooq — had also instructed the Deputy Attorney Gen. to verify the medical condition of 70-year-old Sharif using the Pakistani High Commission in London.

The bench had released the directives awhile hearing requests registered by Sharif, his own daughter Maryam Nawaz & son-in-law Captain (retd) Mohammad Safdar over conviction within the Avenfield & Al-Azizia Steel Mills instances.

“It’s not possible that Nawaz Sharif repatriates to Pakistan(PAK) by Sep 10 & faces instances over him, before getting well. His own heart- related surgery is planned in London in a couple of weeks & he’s to go through the medication, a Sr. PML-N leader informed PTI on Fri..

“Today we also had a conference call of the main party command that has been unanimous on 1 point that ‘Mian Sahib’ shouldn’t back to the nation until he gets well,” the leader stated, adding that on the next hearing of the complaint in IHC on Sep 10 the court going to be apprised of Sharif’s ‘severe condition’ with his own new records from London doctors & his own medication plan.

He stated Sharif has been keen to repatriate however his own family (4) & party chiefs have been over it.

The PML-N leader furthermore stated it’ll be tough for PM Imran Khan to face Sharif in Pakistan(PAK).

“The PTI (Pakistan(PAK) Tehreek-e-Insaf) govt is only doing politics on the health of Nawaz Sharif, otherwise it’s not interested in bringing him back due to his own ‘massive political clout’ within the nation,” he stated.

Sharif’s younger brother & Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif has also made it evident that Nawaz can’t repatriate until he’s medically fit.

“Nawaz Sharif going to back to the nation in case doctors in London permit him. Nawaz Sharif’s health is severe & once he gets well he’ll appear before courts,” Shahbaz stated, who as of now holds the position of PML-N president.

Shahbaz inquired Imran Khan & the PTI chiefs to block doing politics on someone’s health. “His own condition is severe & his own medication is planned in London soon,” he added further.

The last time the Sharif family (4) had submitted Nawaz’s medical record to the Lahore High Court has been over a mo back.

Signed by Dr David Lawrence, a London-based consultant cardiothoracic surgeon, the record stated medical interrogations & opinions are indicative of significantly lowered blood supply to Nawaz’s heart & its impaired functionality.

“Nawaz should go through coronary catheterisation as a substantial part of his own heart is in risk. A multidisciplinary reach has been warranted for his own safety awhile undergoing an invasive process because of underlying ITP (unstable platelet count) & co-morbidities (hypertension, diabetes & kidney disease) that carry a substantial risk of bleeding & possibility of a procedural (or) peri-procedural adverse cardiac event,” the record stated.

The record stated Nawaz going to be planned for an invasive cardiac process once the hospital (3) begins scheduling elective methods amid the COVID-19 epidemic. Furthermore, at the moment of the process Nawaz should be in stable condition as he’s within the high-risk category.

Sharif was in London from Nov previous year after the Lahore High Court granted him permission to go abroad for 4 weeks for treating the heart disease & an immune system disorder. The three-time premier has been sentenced to 7 yrs. within the Al-Azizia Steel Mills complaint.