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Government allows Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad

By Abdul Waheed Dogar – Executive Reporter

08th November, 2019

On the request of Nawaz sharif, the interior ministry has removed former Prime minister’s name from Exit Control List (ECL) and allowed him to travel abroad.

According to the details, the plea had been submitted to the government seeking removal from the ECL by the Sharif family for Nawaz Sharif’s treatment in abroad.

It has been learnt that the Sharif family had tasked (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif submitted the application.

The doctors at the Sharif Medical City Hospital have also recommended shifting the erstwhile premier abroad for treatment.

Moreover, Maryam Nawaz talked to media outside an accountability court (AC) in Lahore and maintained that it is another debate whether Nawaz Sharif is willing for treatment abroad.

She told that the Mian Nawaz’s health is still very critical as his platelets count is not getting stable despite medication.

Nawaz Sharif’s platelets dropped yesterday as well and doctors are not able to identify his disease, Maryam said.

Arhama Altaf

Web Editor, BOL News conributed to the story

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