KARACHI: Former petroleum minister accused of facilitating terrorists, Dr Asim Hussain suffered of a paralysis attack on Friday following which the medics advised him complete rest.
Reportedly, Dr Hussain was shifted to Jinnah Hospital where after a checkup, the former minister fighting legal battles was advised complete bed rest.
Spokesperson for the hospital, Javed Jamali said that Dr Hussain underwent CT Scan, MRI and other required tests at the facility which revealed a paralysis attack owing to mental pressure.
Dr Hussain is accused of providing safe havens to terrorists in guise of treating them in his hospital named, Dr Ziauddin Hospital in Karachi.
The terror accused is also fighting legal cases against National Accountability Bureau (NAB) over alleged corruption.