Imran Khan alert after treason, Pak government will challenge death sentence of Musharraf
Imran Khan alert after treason, Pak government will challenge death sentence of Musharraf

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government has decided to challenge the order after the army arrived in support of former President Pervez Musharraf, who was sentenced to death for the country's uprising some time back. On Tuesday, military dictator Musharraf was sentenced to death in the absence of a 6-year trial. Musharraf went abroad for permission for treatment in 2016 and did not return thereafter. He is currently living in Dubai.

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According to sources, a bench of 3 judges in the special court has announced the punishment for Musharraf of 76 years. He was found guilty in 2007 for violating the Constitution and enforcing the Emergency in the country. After this, the Pakistani army issued a statement that its former chief Pervez Musharraf never betrayed the country. Pakistani security forces soldiers have been deeply saddened by the latest court verdict against them.

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Yash is also being told that Major General Asif Ghafoor, spokesman of the Pakistani Army, said that a former army chief, the president of the committee of the heads of the 3 services and the President, Musharraf cannot be a traitor. He served Pakistan for more than 40 years and fought many wars to protect the country, how can he be called a fraud. The special court ignored all these facts during the legal process. The fundamental right of defense was also violated in the case. This statement from the army put a lot of pressure on the Imran government to consider the matter. In Pakistan, the court has declared a death sentence for a military administrator.

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