Shahbaz’s MRI report exhibits problems in spinal disks

Shahbaz’s MRI report shows complications in spinal disks
Shahbaz’s MRI report shows complications in spinal disks

ISLAMABAD: The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) report of Chief of the Opposition in Nationwide Meeting Shahbaz Sharif exhibits problems in his spinal disks.

A medical board fashioned by the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) has determined to look at Mr. Sharif as soon as once more earlier than deciding that ought to he endure surgical procedure or proceed with treatment.

A member of the board, Dr. Mohammad Zulfiqar Ghouri, informed Daybreak that in line with the MRI report the affected person ought to endure surgical procedure. However, he added, it had been determined to look at him once more on Wednesday (immediately).

It’s pertinent to say that Mr. Sharif has been complaining about again ache for a while on account of which his MRI was carried out at Pims on Monday night.

In response to a notification issued by the Pims administration and out there with Daybreak, the medical board was chaired by professor of basic surgical procedure Dr. Tanvir Khaliq. Different members of the board are professor of basic medication Dr Rauf Niazi, professor of pathology Dr Lubna Nasim, professor of radiology Dr Shehla Zamir, head of cardiology division Dr Naeem Malik, head of oncology division Dr Qasim M. Butter, head of gastroenterology division Dr Mashood Ali and deputy government director Dr Mohamamd Zulfiqar Ghouri.

Mr. Sharif, who can also be the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s president, was arrested by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau on Oct 5 on corruption fees within the Ashiana-i-Iqbal Housing scheme case.

After issuance of his manufacturing orders by the Nationwide Meeting speaker, Mr Sharif was dropped at Islamabad in order that he might attend meeting’s periods.

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As Mr. Sharif has now been made the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, he’s anticipated to spend extra time in Islamabad.


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