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‘Pakistan needs strong govt to tackle crisis’

Former president Pervez Musharraf said Pakistan needed a powerful government because the country is currently engulfed in multiple crisis, media reported Sunday.

Musharraf said that all the allegations levelled against him were baseless. “Those who wish to try me under Article 6 for impeachment should first look at themselves under the same light,” Dawn online 
quoted the former president as saying.

Musharraf added that unfriendly powers create chaos and panic in the ranks of a country to set it on 
destruction path. 

“However, as long as Pakistan Army is present no one can cause harm of any sort to the country,” he added.

The former president said that currently the country in engulfed in too many issues, “I can’t say if I come into power all these issues will be resolved immediately.”

Pak lawyer joins prosecution panel in Mumbai attack case. Islamabad, Mar 8 (PTI) The Pakistan government on Sunday included a lawyer having experience in international law in the panel of prosecutors in the 2008 Mumbai attack case.

“The government has included Lahore-based lawyer Misbahul Hassan Qazi in the panel to prosecute the accused in the Mumbai terror attack case,” prosecution chief Chaudhry Azhar said.

He said Qazi was a good addition to the prosecution panel as he had rich experience in the international laws.
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