PM to ad­dress ....

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ter will have a lit­tle help, with ev­ery­one from the prin­ci­pal sec­re­tary, mil­i­tary sec­re­tary and other cru­cial staff at his beck and call through­out the visit.

The prime min­is­ter is be­ing kept abreast on rou­tine mat­ters of the coun­try and his di­rec­tions are ac­cord­ingly con­veyed to the con­cerned quar­ters.

Re­gard­ing the PM’s med­i­cal treat­ment the spokesman said he will be meet­ing all ex­penses — his treat­ment, med­i­cal tests and lodg­ing etc — from his per­sonal kitty.

Ac­cord­ing to the spokesper­son of the prime min­is­ter, the prime min­is­ter is not claim­ing ex­penses from the na­tional ex­che­quer.

All present and pre­vi­ous ex­pen­di­tures in­curred on the Prime Min­is­ters treat­ment, in­ves­ti­ga­tions, med­i­cal test, lodg­ing etc in UK are borne by the fam­ily of the PM from their per­sonal kitty, the spokesper­son said in a state­ment on Satur­day.

The spokesper­son said PM Nawaz will be trav­el­ling back to Pak­istan on the ad­vice of his doc­tors af­ter the surgery.

PM Nawaz will un­dergo an open heart surgery in Lon­don on Tues­day and is likely to re­main hos­pi­talised for one week af­ter the pro­ce­dure, his fam­ily said on Fri­day.

Af­ter the prime min­is­ter has un­der­gone surgery in the com­ing days, he would be in­stantly dis­charg­ing re­spon­si­bil­i­ties as the Chief Ex­ec­u­tive of the coun­try, says spokesman.

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