Lahore: After the Lahore High Court (LHC) ruled that the name of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was removed from the Export Control List (ECL), preparations for his travel to London have begun. What’s important is that changing Sharif’s medications gives him the ability to travel.
A source familiar with the matter told on Sunday that Sharif is expected to take off through Qatar Airways’ ambulances within the next 48 hours – which has already flown from Qatar to Lahore. The former prime minister will immediately move to the Harley Street Clinic in London after landing.
The flight fuel is 10 hours, there are two pilots, the air ambulance will be equipped with oxygen cylinders, ventilators, ICUs and other medical facilities, and two doctors and medical staff including Sharif’s private doctor Dr. Adnan will also assist. PML-N is supreme during his travels.
The Civil Aviation Administration also prepared for Sharif’s departure and informed the Airport Security Force (ASF), Customs, Anti-Drug Force (ANF) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FIA) Immigration Departments.
Earlier, Sharif’s sons, Hassan and Hussain, called their sister, Maryam, and informed her about the arrangements with their medical experts. Maryam said that all arrangements have been completed and they are waiting for a customs clearance certificate.
The court yesterday ordered Sharif’s name to be removed from the ECL and allowed him to go abroad for medical treatment for four weeks, while dismissing the federal government’s objection to the proposed PML-N draft.