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Doctors Satisfy with pace of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Recovery

The cardiac checkup of the prime minister Nawaz Sharif in London has transpired that he doesn’t need surgery/intervention in near future for his complications as the medicine therapy has worked well and he will continue to be on medicines till his next examination.

The prime minister is in London and his doctors will go for another brief checkup today (Friday) before his departure for home. The sources told the truth pursuit that the physical tests which indicated complications about seven weeks ago, this time were no-existent. It proves that the medicine administration has helped fairly well, the sources said.

The sources said that the doctors were satisfied with the pace of recovery of Prime Minister Nawaz as medicines that he was previously taking would continue unchanged except some minor shuffle of dozers of the therapy. He had taken good care of the advice given by his doctors during last checkup that was conducted after fairly long time ever since he had to undergo surgery in London way back in 2009 due to the doctor’s miscalculations.

The prime minister who has two-hour stopover in German city Frankfurt on his journey to London from Lahore on Monday last wouldn’t make any stopover in return sojourn. According to the original schedule he will be touching down Lahore but the final return destination would be determined today (Friday) early in the day, the sources said.

In the mean while hectic schedule is waiting for the premier from Monday next as the budget for next fiscal years would be place before the national assembly on next Friday (June 3) and that would be transmitted to the upper house, Senate same evening. The prime minister will be present in the joint sitting of the two houses of the parliament a day before on Thursday since new parliamentary year would be commencing on the same day.

The prime minister has planned to proceed to Saudi Arabia towards the end of next month where he will perform Umrah and his meeting custodian of the two holy mosques King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz couldn’t be ruled out during the holy journey, the sources told the truth pursuit.

 

 

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