PNS Shifa medical team arrives at Musharraf's Karachi residence

After a thorough assessment, the medical team will prescribe necessary treatment for the retired general.

Web Desk April 21, 2014
Former president Pervez Musharraf. PHOTO: AFP

KARACHI: A medical team from Pakistan Navy Ship (PNS) Shifa has arrived at former president Pervez Musharraf’s residence in Karachi for his detailed medical examination, Express News reported on Monday.

Musharraf has reportedly been suffering from severe back pain which has recently extended to one of his arms. Due to threats to his life, he decided to not personally visit the hospital.

After a thorough assessment, the medical team visiting Musharraf will prescribe necessary treatment for the retired general.

Arrival in Karachi

On April 19, a chartered private jet took Musharraf to Karachi from Islamabad for the first time since his indictment.

Soon after landing in Karachi, Musharraf was driven away in a convoy of 18 armoured vehicles, including two mobile jammer vehicles and an ambulance, to his residence in Generals Colony off Zamzama in Defence Housing Authority.


Saira Ahmad | 7 years ago | Reply

Mirza Sahib you can easily estimate the property of Musharraf but you can not calculate the properties of Sharif or Bhutto family. And a lot of concerns about security provided to Musharraf And logic is giving that he is not brave so I want to say that your so called brave men like Bilawal , Iftikhar Chaudhary & ministers of Govt. are really very brave who travelled without security.

Nasir | 7 years ago | Reply

He's not a Chaudhary who will run away with his feet on his head. He's formerly Pak Army Commando and they blow themselves but won't run away!

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