Tuesday , May 26 2020

Nawaz Sharif must go abroad for medical treatment: Maryam

Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Muslim League-N vice president Maryam Nawaz has said that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s health is bad, he should go out of the country immediately for treatment.

During the hearing of Chaudhry Sugar Mill case in Accountability Court, Maryam Nawaz said that her passport is in custody of court so she cannot travel with her father despite her wishes.

Maryam Nawaz said, “This is a serious problem of Nawaz Sharif’s health. I lost my mother last year. Therefore, Nawaz Sharif should take advantage of this bail and go wherever he gets better treatment facilities in the world.”

On the question of mobilization in politics, Maryam Nawaz said that she was more concerned about her father’s health than politics.

She says she spends 24 hours looking after her father instead of nurses and staff. Politics will continue to happen, but parents will never meet again.

Related: LHC granted bail to Maryam Nawaz in CH sugar mills case

Asked about the anonymity of the Exit Control List (ECL), Nawaz said that these matters were being looked into by Shahbaz Sharif.

During the hearing of Chaudhry Sugar Mill case in the accountability court, Nawaz Sharif’s lawyers requested his court attendance to be exempted, which was approved by the court.

The court extended the judicial remand of Maryam Nawaz’s cousin Yusuf Abbas for 14 days.

Related: Nawaz Sharif shifted to Jati Umra from Hospital

Maryam Nawaz was released on bail by the Lahore High Court in Chaudhry Sugar Mill case.

Nawaz Sharif had earlier been granted bail application in the case.

The Islamabad High Court had also ordered the release of the former prime minister, who was suspended for two months in the Alizia Steel Mill case.

Nawaz Sharif’s name is on the Exit Control List (ECL) unless the Interior Ministry removes his name, Nawaz Sharif cannot travel abroad.

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has shifted from services hospital to Jati Umra a few days ago. Special treatment arrangements have been made at his home.

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