Ex- president Pervez Musharraf, presently residing in Great britain and Dubai, has approached 2 overseas agencies based in the US and British for giving protection to him following his planned go back to Pakistan early the coming year.
Musharraf has organised a conference of officials of his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League, from Pakistan, United states, Canada and Great britain in Dubai on Sept 18 at which he will give closing shape to his suggested homecoming and other issues, sources near to the ex- president says. Though Musharraf has declared that he will go back to Pakistan on March 23 the coming year, several officials of his party are predicted to ask him at tomorrow’s gathering to review the scenario in the country before making a very last decision, the sources says.
Musharraf is eager to come back home no issue what may come. For this reason, he’s finalising his protection measures in Pakistan with 2 security agencies from the US and Great britain,” APML spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry says. However, hoping of settling several of the cases before his likely come back, Musharraf’s wife Sehba has recently challenged an anti-terrorism court’s judgement of confiscating the asset of the ex- president.
The anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi recently instructed the seizure of Musharraf’s moveable and immoveable property and the freezing of his accounts while declaring him a fugitive for neglecting to support with investigators probing the 2007 murder of Benazir Bhutto. Musharraf is also likely to seek the views of APML officials on different matters at tomorrow’s conference, the sources says.