13 June :- The Supreme Court of Pakistan has given former dictator Parvez Musharraf time to return to the country from June 14 to two o’clock in the afternoon. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Mian Sadiq Nissar said that if former President Pervez Musharraf fails to comply with the order, action will be taken against him.
According to Pakistani news channel Geo, during this time, Nissar commented that if Musharraf considers himself a commando, then be present in the court. After all, why are they afraid to return to Pakistan? He also said that his arrest will not be done until he is produced in the court. Earlier, the National Databases and Registration Authority (NADRA) had canceled the National Identity Card of Musharraf on the order of Pakistan’s caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk.
Withdrawing the identity card, his passport was canceled and citizenship was over. This action was taken against Musharraf when the general elections are being held in the country. After the cancellation of the identity card and passport, the legal right of Parvez Musharraf to stay in that country has ended, where he is living in the present time.
It is being told that Musharraf is currently in Dubai. Due to the national identity card and passport cancellation, it has now become illegal to stay in Dubai. Musharraf went to Pakistan from Dubai on March 18, 2016 for medical treatment, but did not return again. After this, the special court declared him a fugitive criminal, and in the same case he also ordered the seizure of his property for not being present in the case.
The Pakistani court had also ordered the federal government to suspend Musharraf’s computerized national identity card and passport. It is known that 74-year-old Musharraf was convicted in the year 2007 for imposing emergency in the country in March 2014 on charges of sedition.
After imposing emergency in Pakistan many senior judges were interned in their homes and more than 100 judges were sacked. Musharraf ruled Pakistan from 1999 to 2008. He is desperate for Pakistan in connection with several criminal cases including assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto.