Musharraf announces January 2012 return

The Muslim Times’ Editor for Pakistan

Credit: Xpress Tribune

Published: December 18, 2011

LAHORE: All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) President Pervez Musharraf announced on Sunday that he will come back to Pakistan in January 2012.

Addressing a videoconference in Lahore from London, APML President stated that the solution for Pakistan’s prevailing challenges do not lie in undemocratic initiatives and that military intervention into politics would be fatal for Pakistan and its people.

The APML arranged a public gathering at Nasir Bagh Lahore, where party workers from across the country had gathered to listen to Musharraf’s address.

APML President asserted that the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Army guarantee Pakistan’s solidarity and sovereignty and added that some elements were conspiring to defame the ISI and Pakistan’s security forces.

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Categories: Asia, Pakistan

3 replies

  1. @Itumkhaish (Shaikhmutiur Rahman Kapurthallvi). Judgement is indeed near. we all are eagerly waiting for it. I found your twitter and youtube, linkedin and other profile. Nice to meet you anyway. If you could have gave that in a language understood by most of us instead, we would have been more happy. Thanks for the comment anyway 🙂 Ma’salama(Peace be with you)
    On a different note, for readers. It’s laughable to hear such thing from a person who himself has justified military coup and ruled as a dictator. I assume that it’s change of heart, if so then worthy of commendation.

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