Information about Pervez Musharraf being transferred to Rawalpindi pretend: sources

Former army ruler Basic (retd) Pervez Musharraf. — Twitter/ @SirLifeCoach/file

Basic (retd) Pervez Musharraf — former army ruler —  is at the moment in Dubai, Geo Information reported Wednesday, citing well-informed sources, who denied rumours of him being shifted to Rawalpindi.

The information circulating on social media concerning him being transferred to Rawalpindi is pretend, sources near Musharraf acknowledged.

Earlier, some sources had claimed that Musharraf was shifted to Rawalpindi three days in the past and was being handled at a hospital there. Experiences additionally revealed that safety was elevated within the neighborhood of the realm and an alert was additionally issued on this regard.

The hearsay got here after Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Director Basic Main Basic Babar Iftikhar, earlier this month, stated that the previous president was critically unwell, mentioning that the army management believes that their former chief ought to be introduced again to Pakistan; nevertheless, the ultimate determination on this regard could be taken by his household.

Musharraf’s household, nevertheless, stated that they have been reviewing the medical, authorized and safety challenges earlier than deciding on the ex-army chief’s return to Pakistan.

Tariq Aziz, Musharraf’s shut pal, had stated that the ailing former army ruler wished to return to his homeland, however his medical doctors had suggested towards air journey.

Musharraf, 78, is critically unwell nowadays as he’s affected by a situation known as amyloidosis.

In 2014, Musharraf was indicted for suspending the Structure on November 3, 2007. The previous army ruler left the nation in March 2016 for Dubai to hunt medical remedy and hasn’t returned to Pakistan since. 

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