Nawaz Sharif is still critical, platelets fall again: personal doctor

LAHORE: ex Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif The health condition remains critical, as his platelet count has declined again, one day after it rose to 51,000, his personal doctor said Saturday.

Sharif, 69, was admitted to the Services Hospital on Monday night from Pakistan 's anti-graft body's custody after his platelets dropped to a critical low level of 2,000.

On Thursday, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo's platelets increased from 35,000 to 51,000, showing improvement in his condition.

Former PM Nawaz Sharif remains critical. The treating doctors tried to reduce the Steroids dose being given to him but unfortunately resulted in drop in Platelet count again yesterday, said Adnan Khan.

The doctor said that the cause of platelet fall should be diagnosed and established without delay, Geo News reported.

A very delicate balance between coagulation and anticoagulation must be maintained to maintain a fragile and unstable state of health, Khan said.

El martes, el médico había tuiteado diciendo que la salud del ex Prime Minister estaba en una condición crítica y que estaba luchando una batalla por la supervivencia.

the Islamabad The Superior Court on Tuesday suspended Sharif's sentence for eight weeks in a corruption case, paving the way for his release for medical reasons.

I had already secured the bail of money laundering caso vinculado a the molinos de azúcar Chaudhry.

En relación con el traslado de Sharif a Londres para un mejor tratamiento, el secretario general de PML-N, Ahsan Iqbal, dijo a PTI el miércoles que el primer y más importante esfuerzo de the médicos es estabilizar su condición.

Once his condition stabilizes, the issue of his departure abroad will arise and it will be decided, Iqbal said.

Another PML-N leader and former Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif said Sharif will decide on his own whether he wants to be treated abroad or not, according to the report.

On December 24, 2018, an accountability court sentenced Sharif to seven years in prison in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills corruption case and acquitted him in the Flagship case.

En un breve veredicto anunciado, el tribunal dijo que había pruebas concretas contra el ex Prime Minister en el caso de Al-Azizia y que no pudo proporcionar un rastro de dinero en el caso.