Nawaz Sharif visits in London after developing kidney pain
Pakistan’s ailing former prime minister and chief of the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Nawaz Sharif made a few strangely unscheduled hospital visits in London earlier this week after he reported of acute pain due to stones in his kidney, media reports said on Thursday.
The 70-year-old politician who has been staying in London since November 2019 on medical grounds, during his hospital visits underwent multiple tests and scans to determine a course of treatment, the Dawn reported.
“He is very unwell and has serious pain in his kidney owing to deteriorating kidney function. Doctors are conducting tests and scans to determine a course of action. He has developed kidney stones,” news agency PTI quoted Dr Adnan Khan, personal physician of the former Pakistan prime minister.