Ready to face trial if Pak army provides security: Musharraf

Ready to face trial if Pak army provides security: Musharraf

Pakistan’s former dictator Gen Pervez Musharraf has said he will end his self-exile and return to Pakistan to face trial if he is provided security by armed forces. Musharraf, 73, had left the country for Dubai in March last year after the interior ministry issued a notification to remove his name from the exit control list (ECL).
The prosecutor said the interior ministry had time and again submitted that Musharraf would be provided security if he was ready to appear before the court. However, he said, Musharraf submits a new application at every hearing and has not appeared before the court for one reason or the other.
Musharraf is facing treason charges in Pakistan for imposing emergency rule in November 2007, arresting judges and limiting their powers.

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