Hosni Mubarak reported ‘clinically dead’ after stroke

Hosni Mubarak, the name of the former Egyptian president who ruled for three decades, was “clinically dead” at a hospital where he was admitted struggling for his life after following a stroke in prison yesterday, as per the media reports.

However, the military officials denied this report by saying that the leader was in hospital, not clinically dead.

Amid hyper tension over the election of a new president, the official news agency MENA said, “Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead. As per Medical sources, his heart had stopped beating and did not respond to defibrillation,” a report said.

The ousted leader Mubarak, 84, is “in a coma and has been put on an artificial respirator. He is alive and the doctors are trying to revive him,” a medical source told reporters.

Refusing to use term “clinically dead” for Mubarak, the source said, “Any talk of him being clinically dead is nonsense.”

The ousted leader has punished by court with sentence of life in prison at Tora prison on June 2 last year having important role in the deaths of protesters who wanted to oust him.

The situation of Egypt is too worse to add new critical threat after wrong description over his condition as all eyes are set to watch who will win the country’s first post-Mubarak presidential election, completed on Sunday.

As per media persons, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Mursi and ex-premier Ahmed Shafiq, both are being said it was their party who had won, but still results of voting are in waiting.

If the Mursi’s victory confirmed, who promised to work “hand-in-hand with all Egyptians for a better future, freedom, democracy, development and peace” then it will be the historical move in Egypt. As for the first time the Islamists take the presidency of the Arab world‘s most populous nation, source report said.

Moreover the power will be transfer to the new president who will charge the post in office, by the end of the month, the “human rights violations” between the Brotherhood and the ruling military would be suffered only by the Egyptians, a next move that put the whole country into once again destructive, much threaded violent situation.

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