Latest On Musharraf's Trial - September 3rd 2009

Adeel

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Zardari cannot put Musharraf on trial, says Ghaus

LONDON: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader and former Sindh Chief Minister Syed Ghaus Ali Shah has said President Asif Ali Zardari had made it clear to PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif in their meeting in Raiwind in July that he cannot press for the trial of the former President Musharraf due to his compulsions.

Talking to a private TV channel here on Wednesday, he said President Zardari had held a meeting with Nawaz Sharif in Raiwind on July 17th, which was also attended by six ministers of the PPP and senior leaders of the PML-N.

During the meeting, he added, Zardari said he cannot put the former president on trial due to certain compulsions.

Shah said Zardari cleared his position that the former president had talked to stakeholders and had resigned under an understanding and therefore he cannot conduct his trial.

He rejected that they had talked about the pressure of Saudi Arabia or any other country in the meeting.Online
 
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abbasiali

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One phone call from Saudi Arabia, and all kept quite, because this is the maximum value of Pakistanis. UNFORTUNATE. So forget, and start preparing for some one new, who can full fill the requirements of overseas bosses.

May be CJP will again open his file to create any other controversy, but this is all drama.

But my believe is, no matter what ever you do, but one day, you have to face Almighty Allah, will Saudi king be available to save Musharaf or Nawaz soul?

They don't realize this fact, except might is right.
 
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