Posted by : Aahil Shaik Sunday, February 5, 2023

Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf passes away in Dubai after suffering from illness

The Pakistan's former President and Chief of Army Staff Pervez Musharraf, died Today (Sunday) at the age of 79 at the American Hospital in Dubai of United Arab Emirates after suffering from a long period of illness. Trending : Saudi Founding Day holiday for all on 22nd February and one day extra holiday for Public sector

Last Year in June, the family of Musharraf announced that he had been transferred to the hospital 3 weeks ago due to the complication from this illness. His family revealed that he was taken to hospital due to the complications from his illness, stating that he was in a critical stage in which recovery is not possible, the organs of him were malfunctioning as of an ailment called Amyloidosis.

- In 2016, while facing a treason prosecution, Musharraf, who had taken control of Pakistan in a military dictatorship in 1999 and served as president until 2008, departed the country due to health issues, which his attorneys claimed prevented him from facing the charges. Most Viewed : Saudi Airlines offers 96-hours Transit visa with its flight ticket for Transit flights

- Since that time, he has spent the majority of his time in self-imposed exile in the Middle East and the United Kingdom.

- However Musharraf said he wanted to return to Pakistan and live out the rest of his days there in July of last year. Although the military indicated support for this, it was not possible to carry it out because of political resistance to his policies when he was in power.

- In March 2013, he made an unsuccessful attempt to regain control by running in the general elections. Legal action for treason against him began in 2014, but three years later, he was given permission to leave the country, a decision that was widely interpreted as a surrender by the Nawaz Sharif government to the military establishment. See Also : No hiring of workers with criminal records and no deduction of recruitment fee from Salary

- A special court sentenced Musharraf to death in absentia in December 2019 for suspending the constitution and establishing a state of emergency in November 2007. However, Lahore High Court (LHC) suspended the sentence the following month, ruling that the formation of the so-called special court to punish Musharraf was unconstitutional.

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