Unfazed Musharraf dismisses threats, due to return to Pakistan

Despite amid death threats from Taliban, Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf is expected to return home today.

The 69-year-old Musharraf will arrive the country after remaining more than four years in exile in Dubai and London to contest in historic elections in May.

Tight security concerns have raised in Quaid-e-Azam International airport in Karachi where Musharraf is likely to arrive on a scheduled flight from Dubai participating a public rally to address his supporters, source said.

The ex-dictator is not scared from the death threat from terrorists or the arrest on arrival as is prepared to risk any danger to stand for election on May 11 in the history of a nuclear-armed country, as per reports.

“I am happy I am going back,” Musharraf said, as per source.

Musharraf’s arrival is one of the biggest move in the country where three Pakistani courts has already wanted him, set to grant him pre-arrest bail in several cases, including Benazir Bhutto murder case in which he declared a proclaimed offender.

In 1999, Musharraf seized power and after that amid opposition erupted in the country against him for facilitating U.S.-led coalition forces reach Afghanistan through Pakistani soil for their war on terror after the 9/11 attacks. He also raided Islamist extremists in a radical Lal Masjid in Islamabad and resigned in August 2008.


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