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Musharraf awaits medical approval after government gives green light to return home

KARACHI:

federal government gave green signal sick former military Ruler General (retired) Pervez Musharraf, who lived in Dubai since 2016 to return to Pakistan as soon as a legal requirements are performed.

Sources dedicated to development said Express Tribune on Thursday what family of in former the president was told that the legal requirements and other arrangements for his return will be made as soon How is he took a final decision on his return home.

However, the return of in former military the ruler is subject to opinion and permission of his doctors who were consulted in This was reported by sources close to the ex-commander-in-chief.

If doctors allowed former the president will go on a trip, then Musharraf will be flown to Pakistan from Dubai air ambulance, they added.

family of ex-president also assess whether his treatment possible in Pakistan if he returns.

79-year-old former military the ruler suffers from amyloidosis, a rare disease caused on build-up of an abnormal protein called amyloid in organs and tissues throughout the body, according to him family.

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build-up of amyloid proteins (deposits) can make it difficult for organs and tissues for work right. His family said it was impossible for him to recover.

Sources said that government officials decided that the obstacles in come back of Musharraf will removed legally in view of his critical condition.

It will most likely be brought back to Islamabad or second option is Karachi.

Dr. Muhammad Amjad, close collaborator of Musharraf confirmed Express Tribune that the federal government satisfied the desire of former commander in chief spend rest of his life in Pakistan and allowed him to return to his homeland.

former army chief, who ruled pakistan for almost nine years made headlines again this month after he expressed his wish to spend his remaining years in Pakistan. Sources close to the former commander-in-chief said also said that Musharraf wanted to move to Pakistan soon.

The report was followed by a statement by PML-N Supreme Leader Nawaz Sharif calling for the PML-N government to allow in former dictator will come back. It can be noted here that Musharraf came to power after the overthrow government of then Prime Minister Nawaz.

Similarly, Pakistani army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar said. support for Return of Musharraf during a recent press briefing.

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Derrick Santistevan
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