Musharraf announces to come back

DUBAI, March 1: Former President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced his decision to return to the country one week after the formation of the interime government in Islamabad. [caption id="attachment_8183" align="alignleft" width="277"]Pervez Musharraf Pervez Musharraf[/caption] Speaking to the media here, he added: “I have decided that I will return to Pakistan within one week after the formation of the caretaker government, likely to be set up by March 16. When I look at these conditions that the country is in, I know that my return to Pakistan is crucial. And I will return to my beloved country,” he said. “Now or never, now or never!” The former president faces two court warrants for his arrest in connection with the 2006 death of Akbar Bugti and the 2007 assassination of ex-prime minister Benazir Bhutto. “People say that there are cases against me and there is danger. I am not afraid of dangers and I leave it to God,” Musharraf said. The current assemblies are slated to be dissolved on march after which a caretaker set-up would be esbalished in teh country. The All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) chief has been in self-imposed exile for five years since the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) was elected into power with a coalition government in 2008. In reply to questions, he said that he would either land in Karachi or Rawalpindi. It may be noted that Gen Musharraf has already announced that he would be contesting the forthcoming elections from Chitral.]]>

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