I will deal with allegations against me, Musharraf says

Former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf said in an interview aired on Saturday that he would have to deal with the allegations being levelled against him in Pakistan.

Talking to Dunya News, he said the allegations were baseless and concocted, and that he did not deem it necessary to respond to them.

He denied he had been asked to vacate the Army House, and added that he had moved because the construction of his own house at Chak Shahzad had been completed.

He said he had bought a house in London, but his permanent residence would remain in Pakistan. Talking to another TV channel, Musharraf rejected allegations he had rigged the 2008 elections and that he pressured PML-Q President Shujaat Hussain to accept the results.

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