Former Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, shared his fitness secrets during the media interaction in Karachi.
Qaim Ali Shah said he is well above 80 years but is fit and active in both politics and life. A reporter asked him how he keeps himself fit and active when all his peers are suffering from life-threatening ailments.
Octogenarian PPP leader, responded that he eats the vegetable, avoids heavy food and does not have ‘some habits’ that cause illnesses. Adding that he walks daily to keep himself fit. Qaim Ali Shah is facing NAB investigation in the Roshan Sindh project, initiated a few days ago.
Perhaps, Qaim Ali Shah has worthwhile health and fitness advice for other politicians of Pakistan, who much behind him in age, are battling mysterious and complex diseases.
For instance, former premier Nawaz Sharif, 69, suffered a dreadful fall in his platelet counts that endangered his survival. His family and PML-N, sought the suspension of his imprisonment to take him to the UK for his treatment. His multiple diseases worsened his health condition putting his life at risk, argued his advocates.
Hence, Nawaz Sharif was granted temporary bail for eight weeks from Islamabad High Court on health grounds. Unsatisfied with the treatment in Pakistan, PML-N had pressed the state authorities to allow Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for treatment.
People believe that he escaped his imprisonment in Kot Lakhpat jail on the pretext of contracting a life-threatening disease.
Moreover, PML-N and his family professed that Nawaz Sharif is suffering from multiple complex diseases surrounding his heart and kidneys. Hence, he immediately needs to travel abroad for treatment- Nawaz Sharif may lose his life if not treated in time, professed his family and the party.
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Social media was in the furor over the suspension of his sentence, moreover, they demonstrated bewilderment over setting a new precedent in Pakistan of granting a convicted prisoner bail on medical grounds and even rescinding objections on his travel abroad for an exclusive treatment in the UK.
Following the suit, former President Asif Ali Zardari,64, who was also in the NAB custody, has been granted bail by Islamabad High Court on health grounds.
Last week, Asif Ali Zardari had filed a bail plea in IHC seeking bail in the fake accounts case initiated by National Accountability Bureau. Zardari maintained that he is suffering from heart disease and diabetes.
PIMS had submitted a detailed health report of President Asif Ali Zardari in the Islamabad High Court on December 11. The reports MRI reports showed that the brain size of the former president has shrunk; the report, however, did not ascertain the reasons for the shrunk brain size.
Similarly, senior PPP leader, Syed Khursheed Shah, 67, had been shifted to NICVD Sukkur after his health condition deteriorated under NAB custody. Hospital sources claimed that Shah is suffering from cardiovascular diseases with three arteries of his heart blocked.