Pakistan’s health minister asserts that Imran Khan’s medical report indicates cocaine use.
In a press conference on Friday, Pakistan Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel claimed that Imran Khan had used cocaine and alcohol during a medical examination at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad.
A medical examination performed while Imran Khan was being held in a corruption case revealed that he drank alcohol and smoked cocaine, escalating his problems.
This was uncovered during a public interview by Wellbeing Priest Abdul Qadir Patel on the ex-PM’s clinical report, ready by a board of five specialists. Imran Khan, who is already facing over 100 cases, will face additional legal action if the allegations are true.
After Imran Khan was arrested in the Al-Qadir Trust case, the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad took a sample of his urine. The health minister stated that “toxic chemicals” like “alcohol and cocaine” were used in the initial medical report.
The mental stability of Imran Khan was questioned, according to Abdul Qadir Patel, who claimed that the government would release Khan’s medical report. He claimed that the former PM’s actions were not those of a “fit man” and that there was some “inappropriate gesture.”
on May 9 while he was at the Islamabad High Court, resulting in nationwide unrest in a corruption case. Khan, who was expelled from power last year, was subsequently delivered on bail and has gotten defensive bail against capture in all cases.
His ex Reham Khan had affirmed that she got the PTI head grunting coke.
Reham Khan had stated, “The typical day’s cocktail would generally consist of one or two lumps of coke, followed by two to three sedatives at night.”