In recent years, any political figure who was summoned by the Supreme Court of Pakistan or the National Accountability Bureau, NAB to investigate financial corruption, suffered a heart attack after a few appearances and his health deteriorated to such an extent. That showed disability in the profession. Former President General Pervez Musharraf obtained immunity from the first court appearance on the basis of weakness and then the excuses of treatment have gone out of the country and remain till today and the court has declared him absconding.
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Similarly, Dr. Asim Hussain, Senator Nahal Hashmi, Senator Ishaq Dar and Sharjeel Aim Memon are said not to be ill but to find a way to escape the judicial process through such excuses.
Amidst such rhetoric and manipulation by our national leaders, the wealthy Jamaat-e-Islami Senator Sirajul Haq has advised the NAB to set up a separate hospital in its headquarters so that the accused do not have to go elsewhere for treatment.
The tragedy is that such tactics by political leaders not only have to face sincere and spotless political leadership but also reinforce the negative views of politicians in the minds of the people. To say that 74-year-old former president and army chief General Pervez Musharraf has escaped from the apex of treason by making a pretext for waist and heart disease, but occasionally such video of him is also exposed, In the dimly lit lights of a nightclub, the puppets appear on the tune of the Indian songs, even when the ex-soldier is seen dancing at the wedding function.
According to senior journalist Hamid Mir, “the day-to-day stalking of Musharraf has raised questions on the credibility of an elected democratic government as well as the opinion of the doctors who said in the courts that Musharraf was given a waistcoat. The disease is pervasive and only possible abroad. The fact is that excuses for treatment have gone overseas and have started rolling there.
It seems they are making fun of Pakistan’s law and are saying what to do. Musharraf escapes ill-gotten by pretending to be ill; he is absconding in several cases but did not go to jail for a day, according to senior journalist Irshad Bhatti. On the contrary, they have mild pain, occasional blood pressure and minor heart problems in a half-face.
Former President Asif Ali Zardari, on the other hand, spent many years in prison, but was found to be guilty of no charge, though he was ill in prison and was seen on several occasions while walking with a stick. Claims that President Asif Ali Zardari had an NGO patty a few years back. He also faces complications from the “nervous system” due to 11 years of incarceration, along with diabetes.
It is said that this is why 62-year-old former president Asif Zardari has been careful about eating and drinking. The PML-N chief and former prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif became ill in exile and then underwent open-heart surgery, though the opposition declared the surgery to be blasphemous. Chief Minister Punjab Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is also suffering from bone cancer and has undergone cataract operation in his eyes.
Similarly, Begum Kulsoom Nawaz, wife of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who was elected a Member of Parliament from NA-120, Lahore, a few months ago, is undergoing treatment for cancer in the UK and has yet to be sworn in to Pakistan. Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali is still active in the political arena. It is said that during the days of the ministry, there were complaints of blood pressure and back pain, besides that they had severe discomfort in their knees which they used to do on a regular basis in order to get rid of them.
Diseases of politicians
74-year-old Mir Zafarullah Jamali is also a heart patient and had undergone angioplasty a few years ago. Former Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, 65, is well-known for his good clothing, good food and regular facial features. He is said to be suffering from high blood pressure. Sometimes he has to be taken to hospital for precaution.
Multan’s court has also heard from Syedmosi-Pak’s asshole politician that he runs away from a medical diagnosis because of fear that doctors may declare him suffering from a new disease and not cause further problems for him. ۔ Former 88-year-old Pakistan president Mohammad Rafiq Tarard has stepped down from politics in the field. After retiring as High Court retired chief justice and superintendent of the Supreme Court, Prime Minister Musharraf took office in 2001, first on the PML-N ticket and then in 2001, the elderly national leader who retired to the post of head of state. Removed from criminal office in Native Maritime.
Justice (R) Tarar suffered from a heart condition due to pastoral or political repression and had to undergo angioplasty. At present, he is a serious cause and has almost given up his political and social activities. Former Prime Minister Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, 72, who received the government for a two-month interim period on June 30, 2004, has rickshaws and diabetes. Similarly, former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz occasionally took medicines to relieve nervous tension.
She used multivitamin pills to stay healthy and fit. Similarly, 64-year-old Maulana Fazlurman and 68-year-old Asfandyar Wali have not been covered. According to Hamid Mir, there is a fake ill in the politics of Pakistan and no real ill.
Imran Khan appears to be well-mannered and demoralized in the current batch of Pakistani politicians, but his politics are ill. However, not only the current political leaders but also many leaders in Pakistan’s political history have been exposed to various problems during politics or later.
The great leader and founder of the Muslim struggle for the subcontinent, Pakistani dictator Mohammed Ali Jinnah, was diagnosed with TB or tuberculosis in the 1930s, but his co-worker Mutah Fatima Jinnah and a few others about the disease. There was no acquaintance other than very close and trusted colleagues.
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According to historians, Muhammad Ali Jinnah deliberately kept the disease secret for seventeen years, and every time Pakistan was affected. But in the tune of making Pakistan, he continued to ignore the doctor’s advice because if he surrendered to the disease and stuck to the bed, the dream of Pakistan’s creation would have been nullified. However, on August 14, 1947, Pakistan did not become the leader of the nation but the disease became untreated.
And then on September 11, 1948, on return from Quizarte, a litter of life was lost in an ambulance on a Karachi road that had no oxygen kit and no emergency emergency medicine. Lord Louis Mountbatten, the English viceroy who supervised the partition of the subcontinent, said in clear words that if he had known Jinnah’s disease, he would have waited for his death in Kolkata on the issue of partition and probably still distributed the subcontinent. Didn’t change
Leader of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Mullah Liaquat Ali Khan, who was given the address of Shaheed Millat, was the first unopposed Prime Minister of Pakistan. It is said that Liaquat Ali Khan suffered from blood pressure and waistline due to reckless work so his death was unnatural. On 16 October 1951, an Afghan was shot dead in Rawalpindi during a rally.
Khawaja Nazimuddin from East Pakistan was the second Governor General of Pakistan. After the death of Liaquat Ali Khan, he also served as the second Prime Minister of Pakistan. It is said that Khawaja Sahib had absolutely no control over the food. Often eat more and then digest pills.
He was the accountant, Qudratullah Shahab writes in his autobiography “Shahab Nama”, that the Governor-General of Ghulam, a stroke patient, had a constant high blood pressure. Unable to walk a few steps, he sat on a wheelchair and patrolled the Governor General’s House.
Unable to write anything other than signatures due to handwriting. Due to paralysis, his tongue was affected in such a way that when talking, there was nothing but trembling, trembling, and rattling, and during the conversation, the resins kept flowing. While eating and drinking, some part of the food was falling out on either side of the mouth. The anger would start to foam, and when they screamed and squeezed themselves in, the waiting doctor would come in, which would prepare them for the next rage.
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His conversation was understood only by his US Secretary of State, Miss Ruth Borel, and he went on to explain what the Governor General was saying at the time. In Pakistan’s political history, Malik Ghulam is known as a political leader who did not give in to the democratic tradition through political manipulation and further worsened civil military imbalance. Annan, who took office in 1951, was removed from the office of Interior Minister Iskandar Ali Mirzani in 1955 because Malik Ghulam Muhammad’s mental and physical condition was not enough to bear the burden of this important position.
Former military officer Sikander Ali Mirza, who graduated from the British Military Academy, was named the first Secretary of Defense of the Government of Pakistan after Pakistan was made Governor of East Pakistan in May 1954 and then became Home Minister. The third Governor General of Pakistan, Sir Malik Ghulam Muhammad, nominated him as acting Governor General on August 6, 1955, due to his health deterioration, it is said that this was a forced appointment, that is, the paralyzed chief had no choice.
Iskandar Ali Mirza, who was forcibly sold to Governor General Ghulam Muhammad Malik, was sworn in as the fourth Governor General of Pakistan on October 6, 1955. A few months later, on March 5, 1956, Iskandar Mirza was elected the first President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and in 1958, due to political Iran imposed martial law in the country. The same happened to the fourth and last governor general and the first president, Iskandar Mirza, to his predecessor Ghulam Muhammad. On October 27, Chief Marshal Law Administrator Eater Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan fired him and left the country.
Iskand Mirza was the grandson of Mir Jafar, a traitor of the most unpredictable political character in the history of the subcontinent. His grandfather, Mir Jafar, had betrayed Nawab Siraj-ud-Dulah and paved the way for the British victory. It is said that when Ayub Khan took power When Alexander died in Britain, the hotel in which he was staying was paid by the United Kingdom for rent and appointed a regular payday.
After his exile from Pakistan, he spent the rest of his life in London, where he received a 3,000 pound pension in which he could not afford to live, but his Iranian and British allies continued their financial and financial support. Iskandar Mirza, who lives in Pakistan’s most luxurious life, was living in an industrialist’s flat in London.
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After a few years of excessive drinking, his lungs responded to cholesterol levels alarmingly high and he started to hear high due to ear infections. During his illness, he addressed his wife Naheed Mirza and said, “We cannot afford treatment, so let me die. He finally died on November 3, 1969. The then President of Pakistan, General Mohammad Yahya Khan, refused to bring his body to Pakistan and bury it even though his relatives were also prevented from attending the funeral.
Muhammad Ali Bogra, the third Prime Minister of Pakistan from East Pakistan, often falls in his arms and legs. Chaudhry Muhammad Ali, who has been the prime minister for 2 months, has been suffering from a variety of ailments since his age.
He also went abroad for treatment after taking 20,000 rupees at President Iskandar Mirza’s insistence, and then died on January 23, 1963 at the age of 53 after prolonged illness and became a fan in Dhaka.
Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan took heart disease Field Marshal Ayub Khan suffered a heart attack when he reached the Presidency with a tip for King Hussein of Jordan and lost his life after having been in a life-and-death struggle for a week.
Former field marshals are said to have been cheap and dull for a long time due to the use of many drugs.
Prime Minister Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy was also a patient The founder was a close aide of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and the fifth prime minister of the country, Hussein Shaheed Suhrawardy. Although Maguirei was also poisoned after Suhrawardy’s death, it is reported in the official document that he died in Beirut, the Lebanese capital, on December 5, 1963 at the age of 71 due to a severe heart attack.