Scared of threats? Musharraf not to return to Pakistan

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General Pervez Musharraf
Islamabad, Jan 19: Former President of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf announced that he will not return to Pakistan, said sources.

Clarifying his stand, Musharraf said that the political environment in Pakistan was not good enough for his return.

Rehman Malik, Interior Minister on Wednesday, Jan 18 had said that the former president upon his return to the country would be arrested.

"The moment, he (Musharraf) lands, he will go to jail," he said.

"There are three registered cases against him. He has been named in these cases, so ultimately he will be arrested," Malik said.

A bounty of Rs 100 million was also offered to any person who would carry out the assassination of General Pervez Musharraf. A fatwa was issued against Musharraf by 36 Ulema declaring him ‘fit to be murdered'.

"The Ulema-e-Ikram, 36 in number, had held him Wajibul qatal in the killings of Akbar Khan Bugti and for murdering unarmed innocent persons at Lal Masjid of Islamabad," said Talal Akbar Bugti, JWP President.

"The executor of this fatwa would be our hero," he said.

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