Pakistan 'deliberately' recalls information from Asif Ali Zardari's medical reports, daughter alleges

ISLAMABAD (PAKISTAN): former president of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday's daughter alleged that the Pakistani government is deliberately withdrawing information from the medical reports of her sick father.

On Twitter, Aseefa said: My father has not had access to his doctors for 6 months. The government purposely removes information from its medical reports from government doctors.

As with spinal problems, we fear for your health and have gone to court so private doctors can assess your health, he added.

Affirming that the government of Pakistan will be responsible if something happens to Zardari, his son and the president of the Popular Party of Pakistan (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, said in a tweet: President Zardari has not yet had access to medical specialists and medical staff. Our family is increasingly worried about their health. If something happens to our father, this government will be responsible.

According to The Dawn, Zardari was taken to the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) from the Adiala prison in Rawalpindi on October 22 and admitted to the cardiology department's VIP room.