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    Pakistan’s health minister, Abdul Qadir Patel, has reported that traces of alcohol and cocaine were found in Imran Khan’s body. Imran Khan is the chairman of the PTI party and a former prime minister of Pakistan. Patel cited a medical report prepared by the PIMS hospital based on samples taken after Khan’s arrest on May 9 by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

    Patel said that a medical board was constituted shortly after Khan’s arrest which included renowned psychologist, Dr. Rizwan Taj, orthopedic medicine experts, and medico-legal specialists. Khan had a plaster on his leg for about five to six months, but there was no fracture as per the medical report, according to Patel.

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    During a press conference in Islamabad, Patel said that Khan was taken into custody by NAB in an intoxicated state. The report did not have any details about the fracture on his leg, which Khan claimed he sustained during an assassination attempt on his life in November 2022.

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    Patel also mentioned that the report stated, “The gentleman was examined and appears under stress with anxiety symptoms. There was extensive 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.”

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    Pakistan’s health minister, Abdul Qadir Patel, has reported that traces of alcohol and cocaine were found in Imran Khan’s body. Imran Khan is the chairman of the PTI party and a former prime minister of Pakistan.

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    Patel cited a medical report prepared by the PIMS hospital based on samples taken after Khan’s arrest on May 9 by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). Patel said that a medical board was constituted shortly after Khan’s arrest which included renowned psychologist, Dr. Rizwan Taj, orthopedic medicine experts, and medico-legal specialists.

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    Khan had a plaster on his leg for about five to six months, but there was no fracture as per the medical report, according to Patel. During a press conference in Islamabad, Patel said that Khan was taken into custody by NAB in an intoxicated state.

    The report did not have any details about the fracture on his leg, which Khan claimed he sustained during an assassination attempt on his life in November 2022. Patel also mentioned that the report stated, “The gentleman was examined and appears under stress with anxiety symptoms. There was extensive 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.”

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