Islamabad: In an unprecedented move, the farmhouse of former Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf has been declared as a 'satellite facility' of the military hospital where he was admitted for three months following heart problems.
A statement issued on the Twitter handle of the 70-year-old former President said, “the home of General Musharraf has been declared a satellite facility of the military hospital”.
The announcement came a day after he was shifted from the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology in Rawalpindi to his sprawling Chak Shehzad farmhouse on the outskirts of the city.
Musharraf was admitted to the AFIC on January 2 when he complained of heart problems on his way to a special court set up for his high treason trial for abrogating the constitution and detaining judges in 2007.
The statement on Twitter said he is under constant supervision of a team of qualified military doctors.