Controversy Over Imran Khan's Mental Stability: Abdul Qadir Patel's Allegations

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Controversy Over Imran Khans Mental Stability: Abdul Qadir Patels Allegations

According to Abdul Qadir Patel, Imran Khan's "mental stability is questionable."

After asserting that Imran Khan's "mental stability is questionable" and that his urine sample had signs of hazardous substances including alcohol and cocaine, Pakistan's health minister Abdul Qadir Patel ignited a controversy.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) has said that it will take legal action against Patel and his employees over allegations surrounding the health of the party chairman.

During a press conference on Friday, Patel said, "This is your prime minister, about whom a five-member panel of senior doctors is saying that his mental stability is questionable. These reports were issued after samples were collected at the prestigious Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) following his arrest in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case on May 9. Some disrespectful gesture was made.

He continued by saying that the country would see the 70-year-old Khan's medical report as a "public document."

"The medical report is saying that when we talked to Imran for a long time, his actions were not those of a fit man," the minister was reported as saying by Dawn News.

Additionally, Patel said that the first analysis of Khan's urine sample had shown hazardous substances, including "alcohol and cocaine."

According to the PTI, the choice was made with Khan's permission, and the legal team, led by attorney Abuzar Salman Niazi, has started making plans.

"Shameful press conference by Federal Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's decision to pursue full legal action against the Minister of Health and his deputies Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan approved bringing Abdul Qadir Patel, NAB, the Ministry of Health, and the physicians at Pims Hospital to justice. Under the direction of Barrister Abuzar Salman Niazi, the legal team for Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf has begun its preparations. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf stated on Twitter that Abdul Qadir Patel's embarrassing news conference and unfounded claims would be dealt with in accordance with other laws, including defamation.

The study, according to Patel, has no information on the foot injury that Khan, the former prime minister, said he suffered during the attempted murder on November 3.

"He [Imran Khan] had a plaster on his foot for about five to six months; however, the medical report did not indicate any fracture," he said.

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