Pervez Musharraf said, ‘Court’s Decision Based On Revenge’

Pervez Musharraf Said That He Had No Such Instance Of A Case. Where The Defendant Or His Lawyer Had Not Been Given A Chance To Present His Arguments.

Pakistan special court in treason case (Pakistan) death imprisoned (death sentence) Former President Pervez (Pervez Musharraf,) says the lists response that the decision was to take her personal revenge.

Pervez Musharraf

According to a report by The News International. Musharraf said on Wednesday that he heard the decision given against him on TV. He said that he has no such instance of a case where the defendant or his lawyer. He has not even given a chance to present his arguments.

Pervez Musharraf said that he had proposed to give his statement. To a special commission if he agreed to come to Dubai. Former military dictators are undergoing treatment here. He said that his request ignores, however. He said, ‘I would call this decision doubtful because. The law did not follow from beginning to end in the hearing of the case.’

Musharraf said that he respected Pakistan’s judiciary and Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa. He said that he believes that all are equal to the law.

Pervez Musharraf said, ‘However I think Chief Justice Khosa showed his intention. And his resolve to the public by saying that he ensured an early decision in the matter. How can a judge who gives personal benefits in my rule give judgment against me? ‘

Pervez Musharraf (76) said that after discussing with his legal advisors, he will reveal his future plans in this regard. Meanwhile, the Government of Pakistan has decided to appeal to the court’s decision defending the retired general. The Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor said that this decision is ‘unfair’.

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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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