Nurses at Pakistan hospital looked like 'hoors' after injection: Imran Khan
A video of Imran Khan has gone viral on social media and it is being shared widely by social media users.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that nurses at the hospital, where he was admitted to after suffering a fall from the stage, looked like 'hoors' after a doctor gave him an injection that eased his pain.
Khan was speaking at a fundraiser for the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital in Karachi when he spoke about his fall from an elevator a few years ago.
"It was such an injection that the pain went away entirely," he said. "My whole world changed. I started seeing the nurses there as hoors," he said on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister said he felt so better after the injection that he even made a speech on TV which he couldn't remember later. However, he said that when the injection's medicine faded, he started to feel the pain again, Geo news reported.
One injection is all it takes for the PM to see nurses as hoors.. pic.twitter.com/syX4hAPxY0- Naila Inayat ????? ????? (@nailainayat) January 27, 2020
"I pressed him [Dr Asim] so much. I told him to give me the injection again, for God's sake," said the Prime Minister. "I even threatened him by saying I will deal with you. Give me the injection. However, he did not."
In 2013, Khan sustained serious injuries on his head and back after falling down from a lifter. The incident occurred in Lahore, a few days before the general elections were contested.
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