ISLAMABAD — The political party of Pakistan’s imprisoned previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked experts to desperately move him to a doctor’s facility, saying his wellbeing has crumbled.
Monday’s remark by Pervaiz Rashid, representative for the Pakistan Muslim League, came as specialists were expected to look at Sharif, who has a past filled with coronary illness.
Sharif experienced an open-heart medical procedure at a clinic in London in 2016.
He has been held at a correctional facility in the city of Rawalpindi since July 13, when he came back from London to confront a 10-year jail sentence on debasement allegations.
Rashid says the gathering isn’t “looking for any concession” for Sharif yet that he has a privilege to be dealt with by his specialist.
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