Dubai: Former Pakistani military ruler General (retd) and President Parvez Musharraf has been admitted to hospital after his health deteriorated. The former president is being kept on a ventilator at an American hospital in Dubai. Her family members are reported to have gone to Dubai to see her. As soon as he was admitted to the hospital, rumors of Musharraf’s death spread on social media.
- Pervez Musharraf’s health is deteriorating and he is being kept on a ventilator
- Former Pakistani president admitted to US hospital in Dubai
- The family left Pakistan for Dubai to meet Pervez Musharraf
- Musharraf’s party president Ifzal Siddiqui denies news of death
Ifzal Siddiqui, overseas president of General Pervez Musharraf’s party All Pakistan Muslim League, said the former president was ill but fully aware as usual. “Please don’t listen to fake news. Just pray for their good health. ” Salim, a senior Pakistani journalist and TV anchor, said Musharraf was ill but his sources told him the former military ruler had not died. The 78-year-old self-exiled Pervez Musharraf ruled Pakistan from 1999 to 2008. He came to power by overthrowing the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a bloodless coup.
Pervez Musharraf responsible for the Karigal war
Pervez Musharraf is blamed for the Kargil war. It was under his leadership that the infiltration into Kargil took place. Musharraf was of the view that India would be defeated strategically but the opposite happened. Hundreds of Pakistani soldiers lost their lives in the Kargil war and Pakistan was badly defeated in this war.
Let me tell you that since Pervez Musharraf went to Dubai for treatment six years ago, he has never returned to his native Pakistan. Musharraf has always feared that he would be arrested if he returned to his country, Pakistan. Ta. On December 17, 2019, Pervez Musharraf was sentenced to death by a special bench of a Pakistani court in a treason case.
Musharraf was convicted of treason
Former Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf has been sentenced to death in a treason case. The 167-page court order said Musharraf’s body should be hung in Islamabad’s D-Chowk for three days if he died before he could be hanged. The bench sentencing Musharraf was presided over by Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court Waqar Ahmed Seth.