Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson and former president Asif Ali Zardari was taken to a private hospital in Karachi after his health deteriorated, sources said on Tuesday.
They said a medical team led by Dr Asim Hussain, was examining the former president. The PPP leader will undergo a medical procedure related to lungs tomorrow, the insiders added.
Last year, Zardari was admitted to a private hospital in Karachi on the advice of his doctors.
The former president 'fell ill due to the exertion and exhaustion from travelling for court appearances and the budget session'.
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In October 2020, Zardari was shifted to an intensive care unit of a private hospital in Clifton as he was reportedly suffering from a chest infection and his blood sugar level had fallen to an alarming level.
The PPP co-chairperson’s personal physician Dr Asim Hussian had maintained that the former president was not feeling well and a team of health experts was constantly monitoring him and carrying out his medical tests.