Karachi, Feb.25 (ANI): Former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf may have regularly denied reports that he is planning to re-enter the political by lanes of Islamabad, but it seems that he still nurtures dream of making a comeback to the political scene of the country.
Continuing his recent strings of meeting with several political leaders, Musharraf met Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) Chief, Pir Pagara.
Sources said Musharraf and Pagara discussed the current political scenario, and a probable tie-up between the former allies in near future.
Musharraf also discussed about the proposed lawyers' march, to which several parties including the Nawaz Sharif headed Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have lent support.
It is believed that Musharraf is trying to send a message to Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani through Pagara, who is Gilani's close relative, The News reports.
However, Pagara has denied reports that his meeting with the former President had anything to do with politics.
"Musharraf was just making a courtesy call to inquire about my health and nothing else," Pagara said. (ANI)