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Nawaz Sharif Hits The Streets Of London, Raised Suspicions About Illness

Former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif has been jailed on charges of corruption. At the same time, he went to London for treatment, citing ill causes. However, his presence on the streets of London has raised suspicions about his illness. Nawaz Sharif, 70, appeared in London streets with her granddaughters drinking tea at a roadside hotel. He was wearing a mask too. This photo is currently going viral. Criticism on social media that he is in full health.

Pakistan’s Minister of Science and Technology, Fawad Ahmad, said Sharif has lied and left for London. Also, Pakistan Prime Minister’s Advisor Shahbaz Gill said. Sharif thinks Pakistani people are fools. He demanded that he return to Pakistan immediately and cooperate in the investigation of corruption charges.

Sharif’s daughter Mariam Nawaz said that some people had released the photo on purpose. She said his father had been diagnosed with a serious heart condition and was undergoing medical tests. But the operation postponed due to the Corona incident.

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