Musharraf never interviewed for UN report: Saif

Saif said on Wednesday that former president Pervez Musharraf was never formally interviewed.

Express April 21, 2010

KARACHI: Chairman of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), Muhammad Ali Saif said on Wednesday that former president Pervez Musharraf was never formally interviewed by the UN commission’s head Ambassador Heraldo Muñoz regarding the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.

While speaking to analyst Quatrina Hosain, Saif alleged that Munoz informally called on Musharraf and discussed Pakistan's political situation with him and then left. He added that Munoz' claims of having spoken to Musharraf about the Liaqat Bagh assassination are false.

Speaking about the allegations leveled against Musharraf regarding insufficient security arrangements for Ms Bhutto, the APML Chairman said that there was a parliamentary, democratic government set up at the time, and the former president was, "not calling all the shots".

Read UN Commission interviewed Musharraf: Munoz for more.


RAFIQ | 13 years ago | Reply Musharaf , really the best than these corrupted politicians , come on and save pakistan. Just say sorry to nation on some issues that u did wrongly You have the vision; Public has realised the fact.
Fakhar | 13 years ago | Reply After the release of UN Report sychophants who had surrounded dictator Pervez Musharaf have assumed duty to negate the facts highlighted by it. These defenders of assassin of Daughter of the East should be put on trial as well since their statements are an inexcusable insult to pepole of Pakistan.
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