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FIA team to probe Musharraf’s Nov 3 actions

- June 26, 2013 - Updated 1448 PKT - From Web Edition

ISLAMABAD: The government submitted its written reply in the Supreme Court regarding its future course of action in initiating a treason case against former president, General (retd) Pervez Musharraf.


The reply was submitted by Deputy Attorney General Muhamamd Ali Zai. The reply states that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has directed the interior secretary to contact DG FIA for the formation of a high-level investigation team. The team will be tasked with probing the November 3, 2007 actions of Pervez Musharraf.


The notification for the treason case was issued by the prime minister’s principal secretary.


On June 24, Prime Minister Sharif announced in the National Assembly that former president, General (retd) Pervez Musharraf will be tried for high treason under article 6 of the Constitution.


Pervez Musharraf faces charges of abrogating the Constitution of Pakistan and detaining judges of the higher judiciary after imposing emergency on November 3, 2007.

Reader Comments
This disgraceful sharif is friend of terrorist & is bent on taking revenge He has no vision for the country. He learned nothing from his past mistakes & proving to be a disaster for the people of Pakistan

s chaudhury
United Kingdom
Is he insane ? why did he come back ? I guess it is difficult to get over the intoxication absolute power.

MAK (usa)
Mr. Prime Minister don,t you and your brother have anything better to do.Hint Law&order,Terrorism,Poverty.Economic your own record and corruption

mehmood bhanji
Corruption is the biggest treason.

I would like to know why all these cases now ? Why did n't Zardari & and his coharts pursue these cases against Musharraf. They ran the government for 5 years.

No one is above law. Musharaf must be tried in the imposition of emergency in 2007.

Muhammad Saleem Khan Allai
Kick them while they are down, Pakistani style...disgraceful

F Mir
United Kingdom
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