Ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will leave today for treatment and he is going to London for treatment. Preparations for departure for the treatment of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have been completed, and he will depart London today by air ambulance.
According to sources, the air ambulance will reach Lahore from Qatar at 3 pm. Shahbaz Sharif and personal physician Dr. Adnan will also accompany Nawaz Sharif.
Sources say the Sharif family has rented the air ambulance.
Allama Iqbal International Airport administration has also completed the preparations.
Air ambulances can fly directly to London, Sources.
Sources say that an air ambulance for Nawaz Sharif has been issued a clearance to come to Pakistan.
Sources also said that clearance for the departure was taken from Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) at 12:30 pm, but Nawaz Sharif will decide the final decision on when to leave.
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Sources say the air ambulance is from Qatar, built on an airbus plane, the air ambulance has doctors and paramedics staff in addition to stretchers, and it can fly directly to London.
The Interior Ministry Issued a Permit Memorandum:-
The Interior Ministry has issued a directive to allow Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for a one-time visit after getting a certified copy of the Lahore High Court order.
The Interior Ministry has also issued a memorandum of permission for Nawaz Sharif.
According to the memorandum, a decision has been made to allow Nawaz Sharif to withdraw once under the interim arrangement, and he has been allowed to go abroad for four weeks for medical treatment.
The memorandum of the Interior Ministry also included a reference to the affidavit submitted by Shahbaz Sharif and Nawaz Sharif to the Lahore High Court.
According to sources, Nawaz Sharif will be able to travel abroad by showing a certified copy of the court order at any airport.
Lahore High Court Decision:-
It should be noted that on November 16, the Lahore High Court ordered former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for treatment, and he and Shahbaz Sharif should submit an affidavit for deportation within four weeks.
Earlier, the federal cabinet had granted Nawaz Sharif permission to go abroad subject to the submission of an indigent bond of Rs 7 billion, which was rejected by the Pakistan Muslim League-N and approached the court.
Nawaz Sharif’s Deteriorating Health Background:-
National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore detention Mian Nawaz Sharif deteriorated on October 21, and his platelets decreased abnormally, the number of platelets in the former prime minister’s blood sample before the hospital transfer was 16 thousand. By the time the hospital was transferred, it had fallen to 12,000 and then to a dangerous extent to 2,000.
Nawaz Sharif was put on several mega-units platelets due to platelets being too low, but his platelets continue to rise and fall.
The head of the medical board established for Nawaz Sharif was Mahmoud Ayaz, Principal of the Services Institute of Medical Sciences (Sims).
The former Prime Minister has been diagnosed with the disease, and his ailing name is Acute ITP, during which he suffered a minor heart attack while Nawaz Sharif also suffered from hypertension, diabetes, and kidney disease.
Meanwhile, Nawaz Sharif was granted medical bail by the Lahore High Court in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case and ordered to submit two crores of crores each.
On the other hand, the Islamabad High Court October 26 heard based on suspension and bail plea of Al-Azizia reference on an emergency basis and granted them interim bail till October 29 based on medical and humanitarian sympathy and later on October 29. The High Court has suspended the former prime minister for eight weeks.
The former prime minister was sentenced to seven years in prison by the Islamabad accountability court in the Alizizia Steel Mills case.
After the suspension and bail, Nawaz Sharif was first transferred from the Services Hospital to Sharif Medical Complex but was later shifted to his residence, Amra, where a temporary ICU was also established.
The federal government had requested the federal government to remove Nawaz Sharif’s name from the Exit Control List (ECL). In this regard, a sub-committee of the Federal Cabinet headed by Law Minister Prabhu Naseem decided that Nawaz Sharif should submit an indentation bond of about Rs 7 billion and go abroad for four weeks, but the PML-N rejected the condition. Approached.
Lahore High Court terminated Indemnity Bond and allowed Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for four weeks based on the affidavit.