News Reign – Latest News Update – Date: 17 December 2019
According to news: Former President Pervez Musharraf’s serious treason case verdict heard in Special Court. Special Court orders death sentence for Pervez Musharraf
The special court has ordered the death penalty for former president Pervez Musharraf in a serious treason case. According to the details, The verdict of a serious treason case against former president Pervez Musharraf was heard. The chief justice of the special court, Waqar Ahmed Seth, delivered the verdict.
Former President Pervez Musharraf was declared a serious traitor.
The court has ordered the death penalty for former president and former Army Chief General (R) Pervez Musharraf. The special court gave the death penalty to Pervez Musharraf by a majority. Detailed verdict on serious treason case to be issued in 48 hours
According to the court’s ruling, Pervez Musharraf disobeyed the constitution on 3rd November 2007. The Special Court had declared Pervez Musharraf as a fugitive on June 19, 2016.
The special court was formed 6 times. On March 31, 2014, the court convicted Pervez Musharraf of a personal offense. It was clear that the Islamabad High Court had last month ordered a stay of the verdict reserved by the special court hearing the serious treason case against Pervez Musharraf.
The court had ordered that the federal government appoint a new prosecutor in the treason case and the special court should hear all parties and decide that former President Pervez Musharraf had imposed an emergency in the country on November 3, 2007, suspending the constitution. The case against Pervez Musharraf was established in the reign of Ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Pervez Musharraf is a Pakistani politician and retired four-star general of the Pakistan Army. Who was the 10th President of Pakistan from 2001 until tendering his resignation, to avoid impeachment, in 2008. He was born in Delhi during the British Raj. Musharraf passed his early childhood in Karachi and Istanbul.
Musharraf rose to national prominence when he was promoted to four-star general by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in 1998, making Musharraf the head of the armed forces. He led the Kargil infiltration that almost brought India and Pakistan to a full-fledged war in 1999.
Musharraf initially remained the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the Chief of the Army Staff, although, he relinquished the former position upon confirmation of his presidency. However, he remained the Army Chief until retiring in 2007.