Maryam sent back to jail despite being unwell: PML-N spokesperson – Pakistan

PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz was sent back to the Kot Lakhpat jail early Thursday morning, hours after she was admitted to Lahore Services Hospital, PML-N leaders said.

Condemning the measure, PML-N spokesman Marriyum Aurangzeb said Maryam was sent back to jail at 5 am, adding that the PML-N vice president was not well at the time she was sent to Kot Lakhpat prison.

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On Wednesday night, Maryam was admitted to the hospital after a meeting with her sick father. According to a document, issued by the Accident and Emergency Services of Lahore Hospital, Maryam entered at 10:03 pm in VVIP II.

He met his father, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in the same hospital after the Punjab government accepted his request in this regard. Nawaz was admitted to the hospital on Monday night after his personal physician, Dr. Adnan Khan, had alerted his critical condition in the custody of the National Office of Responsibility (NAB).

"After an hour-long meeting between father and daughter, the hospital administration offered him a check-up at the hospital because he had not felt well in recent days," a source said.

Sources said Maryam had accepted the administration's offer to be admitted to the hospital. The doctors performed their blood tests late at night and their treatment should begin in the light of the test results.

Aurangzeb said today that Maryam was experiencing high blood pressure and that her heart rate was not normal at the time she returned to jail.

She said doctors had decided to admit the vice president of PML-N in the hospital after testing, and added that Maryam had not felt well for a few days.

In addition, Aurangzeb alleged that Maryam's medical reports were not being provided to her children and her personal physician, Dr. Khan.

She said that taking Maryam to jail in this way was another attempt to bring mental agony to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

In addition, the deputy general secretary of PML-N, Lawyer Ata Tarar, said Maryam was not doing well and that her treatment was ongoing.

"It's cruel to send her back to jail without completing [her] treatment, "he said, adding that Maryam must be admitted to the hospital until her treatment is complete.

Tarar said a medical board would provide information on Nawaz's health progress today. He said he had no report on sending Nawaz abroad for treatment.

According to the hospital administration, an initial diagnosis of Nawaz's health was completed, suggesting that he suffers from immune thrombocytopenia. The hospital administration said the disease causes the breakdown of blood cells.

Hospital doctors declared that thrombocytopenia is a treatable disease and said that Nawaz treatment has begun.



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