KARACHI - All medical tests of alleged terror financer Dr Asim Hussain were normal, the Rangers officials yesterday told the Sindh High Court.

PPP leader Dr Asim has been in custody for 90 days in connection with probe into terror financing. The former petroleum minister was brought to the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Karachi two days ago after he complained of chest pain and his condition deteriorated.

On an urgent application filed by his spouse Zareen Hussain the next day, the SHC ordered that Dr Hussain not be shifted from the hospital unless doctors of the Sindh Rangers were satisfied with his medical condition. But a report submitted to the court by the Sindh Rangers today claimed that all his tests are normal and that even his family did not have any history of cardiovascular disease. The Rangers report said that Dr Hussain was admitted to the hospital only due to minor pain.

Dr Asim’s daughter submitted before the court that his father’s life was not safe under Rangers custody. PPP activist among three killed, several arrested in Karachi operation

Meanwhile, Police carried out raids in Mahmoodabad, Orangi Town and MPR Colony and detained at least 33 suspects.

On the other hand, a government employee Adil Ansari was arrested by the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) in Lakhnow Society.

According to the CTD, the accused Adil was an activist of a political party and was facilitating RAW agents financially. The CTD also apprehended eight Lyari gang war activists.