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DG ISPR says army management believes Musharraf ought to return

Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Director Common Main Common Babar Iftikhar deal with a press convention on this undated picture. — ISPR/File 

The army’s spokesperson stated Tuesday the management believes former military chief Pervez Musharraf ought to return to Pakistan in mild of the ex-president’s sickness.

The ultimate name for the return of the ex-president to Pakistan — who resides within the United Arab Emirates —  can be made by his household, Director-Common Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Main Common Babar Iftikhar stated throughout an interview on a non-public tv channel.

Former army chief Pervez Musharraf lies on a hospital bed in this undated photo. — Twitter/File
Former military chief Pervez Musharraf lies on a hospital mattress on this undated picture. — Twitter/File

“We’ve contacted his household. As soon as his household responds, we will make the required preparations,” the army’s spokesperson stated as he prayed for Musharraf’s speedy restoration.

Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif additionally stated final week he believed that no hurdles ought to be positioned if the previous dictator needed to come back again to Pakistan.

Musharraf, 78, is critically sick as of late as he’s affected by a situation referred to as amyloidosis, his workplace stated Friday.

Final week, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) — the political social gathering established by Musharraf — stated that he was taken again to his residence after three weeks of being admitted to the hospital, refuting the information of his loss of life or him being on a ventilator.


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