Imran’s medical report showed traces of cocaine and alcohol, claims minister
Federal Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel has claimed that Imran Khan’s medical reports had shown traces of toxic substances including cocaine and alcohol.
Patel said that the traces had been found in Imran’s urine test that was taken at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad.
However, he added that a final conclusion could not be made about the percentage of toxic substances until the full report came in, but initial reports had shown uninhibited use of alcohol and cocaine.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi on Thursday, Patel said that the report had raised concerns on Imran Khan’s ‘mental health.’ He also said that the panel of five senior doctors had said that Imran made ‘inappropriate’ gestures.
He also said that the medical examination did not reveal any fracture on Imran’s leg. He said plasters are not applied on flesh wounds.
“Imran roamed around with plaster on his leg for six months for no reason,” he said.
The report shared with the media desccribed Imran Khan as ‘fit’ with most parameters shown as ‘normal’ and did not mention any toxic substances.
However, the report did add a note on Imran Khan’s mental state.
“The gentleman was examined and appears under stress with anxiety symptoms. There was excessive anger/anxiety about the events happening in the last few weeks. He had little insight about the seriousness and reality of the current situation. The mental stability is questionable. There were some inappropriate gestures,” he said.
“Is this the man declared sadiq and ameen by the courts?” Patel asked.
He went on to add that he had been the first to say that Imran was not mentally fit to be a politician and the revelations of the medical report had proven his version to be true.
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