The lighter side of: Musharraf on the run

Given his successful escape from arrest, most tweets were critical, and jokes flew in fast and heavy.


Web Desk April 18, 2013
File photo of Pervez Musharraf. PHOTO: AFP

As former president Pervez Musharraf ran for his Chak Shahzad residence following an Islamabad High Court judge issuing arrest orders for him, Twitter saw a flurry of activity.
Given his successful escape from arrest, most tweets were critical of the one-time dictator, and jokes flew in fast and heavy.
Some of the top tweets are below:



https://twitter.com/ArifCRafiq/status/324768253316567041



https://twitter.com/Saba_Imtiaz/status/324777255236673536









https://twitter.com/anthonypermal/status/324774581686636545









COMMENTS (41)

Mohammed Shuaib Sheikh | 7 years ago | Reply

Musharaf should face courts of law. He is a usurper of power, responsible for the deaths of scores of innocent Pakistanis in Karachi and other parts of Pakistan. He imprisoned judges in their homes without any mercy or relaxation of the conditions of confinement for their families, young or old, in good health or sick.

ahsan | 7 years ago | Reply

Its a suprize how many mush supporters we have here. Do you people even know how he came into power? He was a dictator, a userper and a traiter acc to article 6. What he did later is also interesting. The way he sold people in exchange for dollors, afia siddiqi and Lal masjid episode? How can you forget all that? Just because PPP is bad doesnt make him good.

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