Apr 192013

A judicial magistrate in Islamabad on Friday declared sub-jail the farmhouse residence of General (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s at Chak Shahzad for 48 hours after the former military ruler surrendered himself to the authorities 24 hours after his bail was cancelled in the judges’ detention case.

The order was issued after Musharraf appeared in the court of judicial magistrate Raja Abbas Shah in Islamabad before departing for his farmhouse on the capital’s outskirts, a sub-jail at present.

The order moreover added clause 780-A pertaining to terrorism in the list of charges against Musharraf. Continue reading »

Jul 242009

mush_2407Former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf has vowed to return Pakistan to face the trial being carried out by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in a case filed against his extra-constitutional steps on November 3, 2007. Musharraf, while talking to newsmen after holding meetings with his legal advisors and former political allies, told the newsmen Thursday that he was ready to appear before the court “if needed”. Continue reading »

Jul 242009

musharraf247The News report

NEW DELHI: Terming Kargil as a “big success”, former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf has said India agreed to discuss Kashmir only because of that war in 1999.

“Yes, indeed, it was a big success because it had (an) impact even on the attitudes of the Indian side. How did we start discussing the Kashmir dispute? How was it that the Indians agreed that we will discuss Kashmir and there must be a negotiated settlement? Before this there was no such thing at all,” Musharraf said in a TV interview. Continue reading »

Jul 242009

Daily Times Editorial

24th July, 2009

The Supreme Court on Wednesday summoned General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf to defend himself in a case brought to the court by the Sindh High Court Bar Association against the validity of his November 3, 2007 declaration of emergency and the issuing of the Provisional Constitution Order (PCO) which effectively ousted 60 judges from the higher judiciary of the country.
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Nov 112008

By Rauf Klasra

ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz spent over one billion rupees on 47 foreign visits during 2004-07. He had also falsely claimed after his visit to Saudi Arabia that he had paid the expenses from his own pocket. The Foreign Office revealed this in the National Assembly on Monday.
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