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The Musharraf saga... By Asif

04 January, 2014

Coming back to Pakistan has got to be the worst decision taken by former president Musharraf, and he has made some pretty bad choices. The latest misfortune to befuddle our 'beloved' dictator is his developing a sudden heart condition, making people believe that he is causing delays in his scheduled court cases on purpose.

Musharraf is in hot soup he is in trouble with the courts, has been landslided in the previous elections and has been put on the Exit Control List (ECL) whilst also being put under house arrest. It is hoped this heart condition is nothing too serious and that the Musharraf saga will see a just and fair end.

ASIF GHANI
Lahore

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