Musharraf announces return to Pakistan before March 23

Ex- President Pervez Musharraf announced his come back to Pakistan quite before March 23 the coming year to mobilise public support for his party. Besides, Ex- President criticized the Nato’s deadliest air attacks at Pakistan check-posts in Mohmand Agency near to Afghan border, killing around 25 troops and wounding over a dozen other, but advised the govt to stay away from conflict or emotional judgement while dealing with the United states.

Addressing a media conference through cell phone from London at Karachi Press Club to verify the membership of his party’s office bearers, he mentioned he’d return before March 23 the coming year to completely start his party and hold public meeting and processions country wide.To a question, he says, the thorough inspection should be completed to confirm the major parts behind the suspect memo, which as per him, was against the national interest with implicating the ISI and the state’s important atomic system. He says those all 3 players, who masterminded, scripted and sent the memo, should be brought to justice.

“The Nato attacks at Pakistan check-posts are totally wrong,” he shown his views, indicating the country is furious and combined in condemning the aggression. He says the incident should be probed and called the strikes unprovoked, unjustified and planned. He also prayed for the troops killed as a result of the Nato’s strikes and consoled with the wounded ones.

The Ex- President also advised the police not to ruin his party’s political meetings and processions, announcing the police had disturbed the APML’s Hyderabad move on the behest of somebody else. Musharraf also said his party’s political activism would start shortly after the 10th Muharram.

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