SUNDAY TIMES ISLAMABAD: The PPP leader also claimed that doctors from the medical board of the Punjab Institute of Cardiology  relayed that the former PM genuinely had medical issues.

They said neither Nawaz wanted to be treated anymore by them nor they wanted to treat him, he said.

Manzoor said if you connect the dots of different scenarios you will find out that the bail was going to happen. One of the signs was early hearing from February 14 to 6, he maintained.

The PPP leader also said if things went according to his information then fine, otherwise he would have been misinformed.

The deposed premier Sharif on January 22 telephoned his lawyer and discussed a possibility to seek bail on medical grounds after his health was reportedly deteriorated in incarceration.