Director of Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency Sindh in Critical Condition

Pakistan's former director of the Federal Investigation Agency Shahid Hayat has been admitted to the Aga Khan University Hospital in critical condition.

KARACHI: Director of the Federal Investigation Agency Sindh Shahid Hayat has reportedly fallen severely sick in Nairobi and has been admitted to a hospital in critical condition.

Hayat is currently on four-month training at Staff College Lahore. He, along with a delegation, had gone to Kenya on a study tour.

The FIA director contracted pneumonia in Nairobi, where he was admitted to Aga Khan University hospital two days ago. However, his condition worsened on Monday and had to be moved to the hospital’s intensive care unit.

Hayat’s wife has reportedly reached Nairobi, while the medics have observed improvement in his condition.

Hayat’s family has confirmed the news that he is in critical condition. Doctors have conducted several tests and say he will undergo surgery. Hayat’s family also said that doctors have advised him not to travel until he fully recovers.

Hayat has served as the former Additional Inspector General in Karachi and was removed on the orders of the Supreme Court in 2014.

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