Nawaz Wanted To Sell Kashmir, Country Progressed During Military Rule: Musharraf

Nawaz Wanted To Sell Kashmir, Country Progressed During Military Rule: Musharraf

5 November 2011
The Nation


London: All Pakistan Muslim League Chief and former President Pervez Musharraf has said that Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif wanted to sell out Kashmir. Addressing a public gathering near London, the former president said that the people in Pakistan seek a third political force, as it is due to the wrong policies by the politicians that Pakistan stands isolated at international level, adding the government failed to run the system properly. Pakistan is on the verge of destruction and people want to see a third force in power, he added. He claimed that Pakistan made progress during only military rule. ”I will organize my party as well as look forward for entering into alliance with like-minded parties”, he said. Meanwhile, a man tried to hurl shoe towards former president General (retd.) Pervez Musharraf when he was addressing Kashmiri Community in Luton. It was the second such attempt on the former Pakistan president. Security personnel promptly caught hold of the man and took him out of the venue. Another man raised slogans against Musharraf. This is not the first time that an attempt was made to throw a shoe at Musharraf. In February this year, a man threw a shoe at Musharraf when he was addressing a gathering in Britain. The shoe didn't hit the former military dictator.


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