My return to Pakistan will become easy after Nawaz's ouster: Musharraf

Former President Pervez Musharraf
Former President Pervez Musharraf has termed Supreme Court’s verdict disqualifying Nawaz Sharif as ‘great’ and ‘pleasant for Pakistanis’.

During an interview with an Indian newspaper, Musharraf said that Nawaz’s disqualification will pave way for his return to Pakistan.

He clarified that declaring Nawaz disqualified is not judicial coup. “Court gave the verdict after deep ponder. Nawaz Sharif deserved this as he not only misled the court but also distorted the facts. SC’s decision was according to the wishes of Pakistani nation,” he said.

While talking about the effects of the verdict, Musharraf said that it favoured Imran Khan and his party while PML-N suffered loss. “In next General Elections, alliance can be made against PML-N with many parties besides Imran Khan. Our aim is to impede PML-N and PPP.

Who have been tried thrice by the nation but they only looted the country and gave only disappointment,” he said.

The former president declared reports regarding Hurriyet leaders receving funds from Pakistan and torching the schools as ‘malicious propaganda’.

“Hurriyet leaders are mujahideen and want to help the Kashmiris. On the contrary Indian army is committing genocide in Kashmir,” he pronounced.

He also talked about US’s move to discontinue 35crore dollar funds to Pakistan. “Pakistan will not die without these funds,” he notified.

He acknowledged China as Pakistan’s great friend as rejected all such reports saying that the former country wants to make the latter its slave.

Originally Posted on SuchTv


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