31 Jul '18, 10pm

Nawaz’s health does not require treatment abroad: Punjab home minister https://t.co/9iggUAsPpi

Nawaz’s health does not require treatment abroad: Punjab home minister Web Desk On Jul 31, 2018 LAHORE: Interim Punjab home minister Shaukat Javed stated that the medical condition of former premier Nawaz Sharif was not too severe to be taken abroad for treatment, “Pakistan has qualified doctors and all sort of treatment can be done here.” While talking to media, the minister confirmed that Nawaz Sharif is undergoing treatment and is in better state now. He brushed off the rumors of sending ousted premier abroad for medical treatment. Shaukat Javed further assured that the medical reports of the convict suggest that he will get better soon. Any application from Maryam Nawaz to tend his father had not been received yet, the minister added. Earlier today, according to reports given by the doctors of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) hospital suggested that the me...

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