Army leadership wants Pervez Musharraf should return to Pakistan: ISPR


According to Pervez Musharraf’s condition, The Director-General of Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), Major-General Babar Iftikhar, said on Tuesday that the military leadership believes that the former army chief should come back to Pakistan.

“In such a situation, the institution and the leadership believe that Pervez Musharraf should come back,” said DG ISPR.

The military spokesman, during an interview with a private TV channel, said the former president, who lives in the United Arab Emirates, would have his family make the decision to return to Pakistan.

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We have approached his family. Once his family responds, we will be able to make the necessary arrangements,” the military spokesman said as he prayed for Musharraf’s speedy recovery.

Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif also stated last week that there should be no barriers if the former dictator wanted to return to Pakistan.

Musharraf, 78, is seriously sick these days as he suffers from a disease called amyloidosis, his office said on Friday.

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