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Nawaz meets legal team in Adiala

Nawaz meets legal team in Adiala

The report said Sharif's son-in law Safdar had informed the jail administration that he had been on specified meal advised by his doctors, but was initially provided unhygienic food due to which he developed some health issues.

Tensions and violence have escalated in Pakistan ahead of parliamentary elections on Wednesday.

Sharif had complained about his health on Saturday and the Punjab health secretary constituted a medical board to examine him.

The interim Pakistan government is likely to take a decision soon on the same.

Following the reports of Sharif's health issues, President Mamnoon Hussain appealed to caretaker Prime Minister Nasir-ul-Mulk on his behalf, asking to ensure the jailed former leader gets adequate medical treatment. It is necessary to take him to hospital.

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The legal team comprising Nawaz's counsel Khawaja Haris and Maryam's lawyer Amjad Pervaiz met the duo and Maryam's husband Captain (retd) Safdar Awan at the Adiala jail, where the three are now serving their prison sentence following their conviction in a corruption reference.

But the Islamabad chief commissioner also ordered shifting the father, the daughter and her husband, who was already in the Adiala Jail, to the Sihala Rest House situated inside the Sihala Police Training College. In such a situation, they need to be shifted from hospital to jail immediately.

Sharif was convicted in absentia and sentenced to 10 years in prison and was imposed fine of 8 million pounds after the so-called Panama Papers disclosed that his family has four apartments at Avenfield House- a luxury building in London. Even the media is getting directions from the military.

"He tried to do this through the Dawn leaks and then by claiming that the Pakistani establishment was behind the Mumbai terror attacks", Khan alleged.


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