Pakistan police unearths plot to kill Musharraf

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Islamabad, Jul 8: A top Punjab police official unveiled an alleged plot of suicide attack on Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. Pakistan's private Geo TV quoted Inspector-General Punjab Shaukat Javed as saying that Umm-e-Hasaan, wife of former Lal mosque Khatib Abdul Aziz, was allegedly preparing her volunteering female students for carrying out the suicide attack. Aziz was arrested while trying to flee in a "burqa" during military operation at the Red Mosque in July last year.

Earlier, IG Punjab disclosed that two double-cabin suspicious vehicles had entered into the limits of Punjab. One of the cars is off white while the other is red. Reacting to the statement, Umm-e-Hasaan said that she and her supporters neither backed suicide attacks nor encouraged such elements involved in suicide bombings.

She termed the IG's statement a negative propaganda and demanded Chief Minister Punjab to investigate into the version.

She said Sunday's suicide attack in Islamabad is horrendous conspiracy of President Pervez Musharraf and agencies, adding no Jihadi group and Taliban are involved in this explosion.

She demanded army chief should arrest Musharraf and he be impeached. "Army should tell us where the terrorists had gone after last year's military operation at the mosque, she questioned.

Government claimed there was high value target in Lal Masjid, al Qaeda militants were hiding therein and Osama bin Laden was leading Lal Masjid students, she said.

"Tell us today where that high value target was", she questioned.

She warned that a bloody revolution will come in the country if the man who has martyred our students is given safe passage.

"I swear that agencies are behind all the blasts in the country which want to swallow billion of the US dollars", she underlined.

Nation should be informed where the trillion of rupees, which were acquired from the US in the name of war on terror, had been spent, she said.

UNI

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