LONDON: Doctors treating former prime minister Nawaz Sharif 's wife, Begum Kulsoom Nawaz have informed today that her condition is highly critical.
In a briefing to the Sharif family today, the five-member board of doctors shared that Begum Kulsoom will not be taken off the ventilator for now and asked Nawaz to wait for another review of her condition, the timeline of which has not been given at the moment.
Sources said that the doctors informed Nawaz, Maryam and Shehbaz Sharif that Begum Kulsoom's condition has not deteriorated but has not improved significantly either since last Thursday.
Earlier today, it was reported that doctors at the Harley Street Clinic would hold a meeting after which they were to brief the Sharif family.
The ex-prime minister's wife has been admitted to the hospital, where she is on life support, since June 14 after suffering a cardiac arrest.
Nawaz and his daughter, Maryam, had reached London the same day to tend to Begum Kulsoom.
Nawaz did not talk to reporters while leaving the clinic today whereas Maryam only commented that her mother's condition is "not too good".