Pakistan: Former President Asif Ali Zardari’s Health Deteriorates, Hospitalized In Karachi

On Sunday, a team of doctors reached his residence ‘Bilawal House’. From where he has been shifted to Ziauddin Hospital in Karachi.

Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari’s health worsened on Sunday. His health isn’t being told right. As soon as he complained of chest pain, a team of doctors reached his residence ‘Bilawal House’.

According to sources, he has been shifted to Ziauddin Hospital in Karachi. Asif Ali Zardari had informed the doctors about the cardiac pan, once the doctor reached his home.

According to sources, an ambulance was conjointly referred to as for Bilawal House on Sunday. After reaching home, the doctors did initial checkups, where the team of doctors additionally advised them to try and do some medical tests.

Currently, he has been taken to a hospital in Karachi. A TV channel referred to as Pakistan’s Geo News has conjointly given this info on Twitter, where this Pakistani TV channel has written in Urdu that the former President of Pakistan is unwell, he features a chest pain. You can conjointly scan this tweet here

Let us tell you that the health of the former President of Pakistan and co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari has been continuously deteriorating for the last months. He has been the President of Pakistan from 2008 to 2013.

Let me tell you that in 1987, she married former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto, who died during a bomb attack in December 2007, when she was campaigning to become the Prime Minister for the third time.

The shift was recommended by a medical board constituted to look at the health condition of the PPP co-chairman, The Express Tribune had learned.

The decision was taken by the Ministry of Interior in lightweight of a report submitted by the board, that had conducted a comprehensive medical examination of the former president at the Rawalpindi jail earlier in the week.

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