Air Ambulance Arrives At Lahore Airport For Shifting Nawaz To London

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Air Ambulance Arrives At Lahore Airport For Shifting Nawaz To London

LAHORE (9 News) – An air ambulance from Qatar has arrived at the Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore for shifting former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to London on Tuesday.

According to the details garnered, the air ambulance will be given clearance till 12pm.  Nawaz Sharif, former chief minister Shahbaz Sharif and Doctor Adnan will leave for the airport at 9am. They will travel to London in the air ambulance equipped with a fully functional and staffed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Operation Theatre (OT).

The ambulance will take Nawaz from the Hajj terminal. A team of doctors and paramedics will be on board the air ambulance which is prepared for patients who are unable to board a commercial flight.

Shehbaz Sharif has appealed to workers for pray for the health of Nawaz Sharif instead of reaching airport to see Nawaz Sharif off.

He said that the nation and workers will accord a rousing welcome to Nawaz Sharif when he will return to the homeland after his recovery.

With the flying fuel of 10 hours and two pilots, the air ambulance will be equipped with oxygen cylinders, ventilators, ICU and other medical facilities, while two doctors, including Sharif’s personal physician Dr Adnan, and paramedics will also assist the PML-N supremo during his travel.

Nawaz Sharif Shehbaz Sharif London Air ambulance Dr Adnanair ambulance

On the other hand, the PML-N workers gathered outside the residence of former premier to see off him at Jati Umra. The preparations have been completed for departing Nawaz Sharif.

“Former PM #NawazSharif will travel to London in a high-end Air Ambulance equipped with a fully functional & staffed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) & Operation Theatre (OT). A team of doctors & paramedics will be on board headed by an Intensivist. ETD (LHE): Tuesday 19NOV19 Morning,” Dr Adnan tweeted yesterday.

Former PM #NawazSharif is scheduled to travel abroad, to London-UK, for medical treatment within 48 hours once he’s clinically stabilised, made travel-worthy & is safe for air travel.
He will make the journey in a fully equipped & medically staffed Air Ambulance; arriving soon.

PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said that Nawaz Sharif will depart abroad on Tuesday with prayers of 22 crore people. “We shall warmly welcome Nawaz Sharif when he returns to Pakistan after recuperating. The government should turn its focus to serve people instead of getting jealous of Nawaz and Shehbaz Sharif,” she said.

She also said that the process of administering a high dose of steroids to Sharif was underway so that his platelet count could be brought to a suitable level for travel. The time from doctors of Harley’s clinic has been sought for the former prime minister.

According to the reports, the sons of Nawaz Sharif, Hassan and Hussain Nawaz has booked an air ambulance that will arrive in Lahore on Tuesday and subject to permission of his doctors, Nawaz will leave for London on the same day.

The preparations are continued to shift the former prime minister as he will be shifted to US after he seeks initial treatment in the UK Saturday.  He also said that Nawaz will seek treatment for his kidney and heart in the UK. In the US, the former prime minister will be treated for his platelet condition.

His brother Shehbaz Sharif and personal physician Dr Adnan Khan are accompanying him as per the existing understanding. It will be decided on Sunday as to who else could also fly with Nawaz.

Doctors are currently treating Nawaz Sharif for multiple conditions, including blood pressure, diabetes and the most critical of all Immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), due to which he is not fit to fly.

The preparations to send the PML-N quid for treatment were under way on emergency basis, adding that to make him medically fit for travel, the doctors required 48 hours.

A PML-N leader said Nawaz Sharif would not fly directly to London. “He would first make a stopover in Dubai or Qatar. “The doctors have advised him not to fly for more than five hours at a stretch,” he added.


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