Former President Pervaiz Musharraf lands in big trouble
RAWALPINDI: Former President Pervaiz Musharraf lands in big trouble.
An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Friday ordered attachment of the properties owned by former military ruler Pervez Musharraf for being a fugitive in the Benazir Bhutto murder case.
Judge Shaukat Kamal Dar of the Rawalpindi ATC issued the order after the prosecution completed the process required to declare the former military dictator ‘fugitive’ and ‘absconder’ in the murder case of the former prime minister and then chairperson of the Pakistan Peoples Party.
According to the prosecution, Musharraf has eight bank accounts, besides immovable properties in Islamabad and Gwadar.
He was declared an absconder in the PPP chairperson’s murder case after he left the country in 2016.