Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday has been discharged from Lahore’s Services Hospital, where he was undergoing a medical treatment for 16 days due to fluctuation in his platelets count.
According to the details, Nawaz Sharif spent a night in jail as Maryam Nawaz’s robkar was not issued by the accountability court.
Mian Nawaz walked towards the ambulance outside the hospital without any support.
Nawaz Sharif has reached his residence in Jati Umra along with his daughter Maryam Nawaz, his mother and brother Shehbaz Sharif.
On the occasion, stringent security measures were taken to avoid any untoward incident.
The ecstatic PML-N workers welcomed their leader with rose petals and chanted slogans as he came out of the hospital.
According to sources, the decision made to discharge Nawaz Sharif was taken after the consultation of Shahbaz Sharif and former premier’s personal physician Dr. Adnan Khan.
Dr. Adnan in a tweet said that amidst unprecedented & unusual delay in Maryam Nawaz’s release, former PM Nawaz Sharif refused to leave hospital without her.
Amidst unprecedented & unusual delay in #MaryamNawaz release, former PM #NawazSharif refused to leave hospital without Maryam.
All arrangements were in place for MNS to be shifted to Sharif Medical City Hospital today.
He waited all day for the release order!#ReleaseMaryamNOW
— Dr. Adnan Khan (#StayHomeSaveLives) (@Dr_Khan) November 5, 2019
Nawaz’s Sharif health condition is still uncontrollable, Dr. Adnan said.
On October 21, Nawaz Sharif was rushed to the Services Hospital from Kot Lakhpat Jail after his platelets dropped to a dangerously low level with his doctors raising alarming concerns.
On the other hand, The PML-N leader was expected to be released yesterday; however, the failure to submit surety bonds with the trial court had delayed Maryam’s release.
The registrar had asked her lawyer to proceed with the remaining work.
The PML-N’s lawyer informed the registrar of the LHC that all documents of Maryam’s bail were completed.
He requested the registrar o issue instructions for obtaining bail bonds.
On Nov 4, the LHC granted bail to Maryam Nawaz in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.
A two-member bench headed by Justice Ali Baqar Najafi announced the verdict – reserved on October 31 – on Maryam Nawaz’s bail plea.
The bench had also directed Maryam Nawaz to submit her passport in the LHC.