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Pakistan Attorney General Said – Musharraf Sentenced To Death Wrong

The Pakistan Attorney General Said In A Press Conference, “The Requirements Of Article 10-A Of The Constitution For Fair Trial Have Not Been Met.

Pakistan’s Attorney General (AG) Anwar Mansoor Khan has said that the provision of the Constitution was not followed in the former President Pervez Musharraf’s case.

Pakistan Attorney General (UK) Anwar Mansoor Khan said that the constitutional provision in the former President Pervez Musharraf’s case not follow. So the death penalty given by the special court is invalid. He said that is why the government will support him in the court against Musharraf’s appeal against the sentence.

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This information in the media report. Meanwhile, former Legislative dictator Musharraf has spoken aloud on the decision in Dubai. He said he would react to the lawyers’ decision. Sources have said that Musharraf has returned home from the hospital, but his health remains poor.

The Pakistan Attorney General said in a press conference. “The requirements of Article 10-A of the Constitution for the fair trial have not met. It is not necessary that the trial should be fair but it should also look fair”. Khan said that he prosecute in the absence of Musharraf. When it was known that Musharraf was not in the country then why was the decision pronounce?

He said, “Prime Minister Imran Khan has always supported the rule of law and he will continue to do so. If the legal error is not showing, the accused should not be sentenced. I (in an appeal against the verdict) should not be a person’s Law. Will give

Dharmendra Dubey

Dharmendra has been reporting for more than 15 years. He Competed His Education in Arts and Loves Writing. He Has Published Books In History Of Arts.

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