APML paramount manifesto is 'Pakistan'

Former president General (Rtd) Pervez Musharraf is expected to arrive in Dubai by the end of July as stage one of his return.


June 18, 2010

Former president General (Rtd) Pervez Musharraf is expected to arrive in Dubai by the end of July as stage one of his return to Pakistan.

Barrister Saif Ali informed the media of Musharraf’s return while addressing a press conference at the Hyderabad Press Club,Thursday night. He said that Musharraf would hold consultative meetings with his supporters and will also assume the chairmanship of his newly formed political party.

He informed the media that the party had launched its contact drive and  the party's paramount manifesto is 'Pakistan' and its entire struggle would be for the development, peace and prosperity of the country.

To a question Saif said "A large number of PML-Q workers support Musharraf, more than they do the Chaudhries, and will flock to join the party," he added while trying to play down the significance of the advice which the Chaudhries lent to Musharraf against returning to Pakistan.

When asked about the problems Musharraf would face with regard to proclaiming the emergency and issuing the NRO, Barrister Saif replied that Musharraf was not the beneficiary of NRO and that he had been vested with the right to promulgate an ordinance in the capacity of the President of Pakistan.

COMMENTS (3)

riaz malik | 10 years ago | Reply Dear sir you have done well to announce the name of political party. it will good if you come in pakistan and serv the nation.
Lal Shahbaz | 11 years ago | Reply Yes and I believe it was this very slogan "Pakistan first" which Musharraf used to commit all his evils, be it stomping his foot on the constitution (not once but several times), immoral politics, clash with the judiciary, Balochistan operation, missing persons and a whole lot more. You name it and this man had done it... all in the Paramount interest of Pakistan. So we should brace ourselves and see what is left still to do in the interest of Pakistan, I tremble in fear and disgust.
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