KARACHI: Ayla Musharraf, daughter of former dictator on-trial Pervez Musharraf, is reportedly facing threats to her life according to a notification provided by the Home Department to the government of Sindh , reported Express News on Wednesday.
The home department was informed by intelligence agencies that banned terrorist organizations have drafted a plan to target the former dictator’s daughter in Karachi.
The department has requested the rangers and police for fool-proof security for Ayla Musharraf.
Pervez Musharraf also faces threats to his life ever since his return to Pakistan from self-exile, which delay his required physical appearance in court.
Musharraf, who returned from four years of self-imposed exile in March, has been under house arrest at his plush farmhouse on the edge of Islamabad since April 19.
He has been facing a slew of charges, including the proclamation of emergency rule on November 3, 2007 when he suspended the Constitution and put superior court judges under house arrest.