ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s blood and urine test reports as available with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) do not even hint at any use of alcohol and cocaine.
In a report written by Ansar Abbasi which was published in The News, it stated that an informed source said that the medical reports of Imran Khan do not endorse what Federal Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel alleged a few days back.
The source further said that the medical reports, which the source claimed to have read, instead show all his health signs normal. He said that the blood and urine samples of Imran Khan were collected when he was under NAB’s custody and for the same reason the reports of these samples are the property of NAB.
“The medical reports as available with NAB do not endorse what the health minister alleged,” he said.
The health minister, in a press conference that he addressed a few days back, had alleged that the medical test of Imran, done when under arrest in a corruption case, showed the use of alcohol and cocaine.
Patel referred to the report prepared by a panel of five doctors. He said that the initial medical report revealed the use of “toxic chemicals” such as “alcohol and cocaine”. The health minister, who said the government would make Imran’s medical report public, had also claimed that PTI chief’s mental stability was questionable.