Former Pakistani military ruler Musharraf is in critical condition

Newshub18:Former Pakistani military ruler Musharraf is in critical condition.

Former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf’s family and party have denied rumors of his death. However, the family of the former president said that his condition was critical. After three weeks in hospital, he is now receiving treatment at home. News Dawn.

In a statement on Friday, Musharraf’s family said on Twitter that he had not been placed on ventilator support. He was hospitalized for the last three weeks due to physical complications. It is not possible to recover from this crisis. His body parts are not working properly. ‘

Rumors of the former general’s death spread on social media. Several media outlets in Pakistan and India also published news about this. The family later denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Egypt’s intelligence have been made more than once.

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Meanwhile, his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), has denied rumors of the former military ruler’s death. Asked about the matter, APML spokesperson Aman Khan told Tarin Dawn, “This is fake news.”

According to the APML, Musharraf was taken to his residence after being hospitalized for three weeks. The team also denied that his condition was critical or that he was on ventilator support.
The former military ruler left for Dubai, United Arab Emirates in March 2016 to seek medical treatment. He never returned to Pakistan. Musharraf is currently in Dubai.
According to Geo News, quoting APML, the former president is undergoing treatment for amyloidosis from home. His condition is stable.

Musharraf’s illness came to light in 2016 after the party reported that he had contracted a rare amyloidosis. This disease results in the production of abnormal proteins called amyloid in the organs and cells of the body.
As a result, the limbs and cells cannot function normally. Musharraf, who took power through a coup on March 30, 2014, was accused of suspending the constitution on November 3, 2006. He was sentenced to death by a special court in Pakistan on December 16, 2019 in the highest treason case

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