Pervez Musharraf may leave Pakistan to visit ailing mother in Dubai

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    Islamabad: Former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf, currently detained over several high profile cases, may leave the country a day ahead of Nawaz Sharif's election as the Prime Minister to visit his ailing mother in Dubai, said a media report today.

    General Musharraf could leave for Dubai tomorrow in the evening to see his 95-year-old mother, who has been admitted to hospital after developing a "serious health problem", The News daily quoted its sources as saying.

    The sources were quoted as saying that an application for bail would be taken up by courts today and General Musharraf would ask the court to allow him to travel to Dubai immediately to visit his mother.


    General Musharraf's request for bail in a case over the killing of Baloch nationalist leader Akbar Bugti in a 2006 military operation would be taken up by another court on Thursday, a day after Mr Sharif assumes the office of Prime Minister.

    General Musharraf would not be required to appear personally for the plea in court for grant of bail, the report said.

    However, the report quoted sources in the Interior Ministry and the office of the Director General for
    Immigration and Passports as saying that there was no truth in reports about General Musharraf being allowed to travel abroad, unless the Supreme Court issues an order.

    The speculation in this regard is baseless, the sources said.

    The former military ruler was arrested shortly after he returned to Pakistan from self-exile in March to contest the May 11 general elections. He was later barred from contesting polls for the rest of his life.

    In view of threats to his life, General Musharraf is being held at his farmhouse on the outskirts of Islamabad, which has been declared a "sub-jail".

    General Musharraf's name was also included on the Exit Control List on April 7 to prevent him from travelling out of Pakistan.

    A circular was issued to authorities at all exit points, including airports, not to let the former President leave the country.

    Pervez Musharraf may leave Pakistan to visit ailing mother in Dubai: report | NDTV.com
     
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    Re: Pervez Musharraf may leave Pakistan to visit ailing mother in Duba

    After all pak GAZI commando a.ss took refuge behind her mother illness. Iam sure he wont comeback to ancient land again:lol::lol::lol:
     

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