Doctors decided to remove PTI chairman Imran Khan’s leg plaster today. A two-member team of doctors from Shaukat Khanum Hospital, headed by Dr. Khalid Niazi has reached Zaman Park.
According to reports, The former prime minister’s leg Plaster will be removed today as he is scheduled to lead Haqeeqi Azadi March in Rawalpindi on 26th November 2022.
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Dr. Khalid Niazi said after removing the leg plaster and base will be made which will help Imran Khan in walking. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan has started coordinating with party leaders to succeed in their 26th November Rawalpindi protest.
Dr. Khalid Niaz, the doctor Imran Khan, had come to Zaman Park for a medical examination of Imran Khan. He examined the PTI chairman and declared that the wounds on his upper leg had healed.
“It will take a few days for the fracture to heal,” he added.
“The first plaster cast has been removed. It has been replaced with a loose plaster cast,” he stated.
“Braces will be applied to Imran Khan’s leg at 3 pm. Imran Khan will be able to travel after getting braces,” he averred.
“There is no prohibition on Imran Khan for travel. He will have to avoid putting weight on his leg,” he emphasized.
“Imran Khan has also been told about exercise,” he pointed out
According to details, PTI Chief Imran khan contacted party leaders to communicate the strategy for their November 26 protest from Lahore to Rawalpindi. The PTI Chief agreed to reach Rawalpindi via helicopter on 26th November.
The decision regarding staying in Rawalpindi would be made on the spot. The PTI Chief has ordered MPAs and MNAs to bring workers along with them. Every lawmaker has been instructed to bring at least 2000-3000 workers to the protest.
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