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Musharraf to arrive in Pakistan on March 23 next year: APML Secretary General

Peshawar, Tue, 18 Oct 2011 ANI

Peshawar, Oct 18(ANI): Former military ruler and All Pakistan Muslim League chief Pervez Musharraf will arrive in Pakistan on March 23, 2012, and will face all cases registered against him in the court, APML Secretary General Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif has said.


Talking to media persons in Peshawar, Barrister Saif said that the cases registered against Musharraf were fabricated due to political vengeance.


He maintained that Musharraf could not be held responsible in murder cases of Benazir Bhutto and Akbar Bugti, as the cases had no legal and constitutional status, The Nation reports.


Saif said that former Prime Minister Benazir was killed in 2007, but Musharraf was nominated in this case in 2010.


Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has personally made it clear that the Taliban were responsible for Benazir's assassination, he added.


He also claimed that the Pakistan Peoples Party-led ruling government is not sincere to find out the murderers of Benazir.


Saif also underlined that Bugti was killed in a military operation when he had rebelled against the Pakistan Government in Balochistan, and if Musharraf was responsible for Bugti's killing then President Asif Ali Zardari should also be held responsible for killing of people in military operation in North Waziristan, adding that there is no difference between the military of FATA and Balochistan.


The APML Secretary General also said that the elements who used to criticise the policies of Musharraf during his regime were now pursuing those policies. (ANI)


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