LONDON – The doctors have successfully completed angiography of Altaf Hussain, the arrested leader of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, at the Wellington Hospital in London.
His condition is said to be stable as doctors have suggested eight to 10 hours bed rest to the MQM leader who was arrested by the British police on Tuesday in money-laundering case.
The doctors would decide now for how many days the MQM chief should remain hospitalized, sources said. On the other hand, Altaf’s daughter Afza met him at the hospital. MQM is observing Friday as ‘Yaum-e-Dua’ (day of prayers) for wellbeing and early recovery of its party leader.