Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was declared an "absconder" by the government after a media report on Wednesday for violating the bail by not presenting his medical report to his doctors in London.
Sharif, 70, traveled to London for treatment in November last year after the Lahore Supreme Court allowed him to go abroad for four weeks for medical reasons.
According to Sharif's doctor, the three-time Pakistani prime minister suffers from a complex coronary artery disease with multiple vessels and a significant ischemic and threatened myocardial disease for which he is due to undergo surgery.
The Pakistani government decided on Tuesday not to renew Nawaz Sharif's bail and has declared him "scraper" for the bail violation by not submitting his medical report to a committee formed by the Islamabad High Court, the report said Pakistani daily newspaper Dawn.
The decisions were made at a federal cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
"After Nawaz Sharif failed to present his medical report on a hospital in London, the medical board refused a medical certificate he sent and declared him [the government] to be an absconder," said Prime Minister for Information Firdous Ashiq Awan at one Press conference after the cabinet meeting.
"As of today, Nawaz Sharif is an absconder under the law of the country and if he does not return to the country, he will be declared a perpetrator," said Awan.