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Incident like Sulman Taseer could be repeated with Musharraf : WPM

Pervez Musharraf

Pakistan News : Perth ( UNN) World Peace Mission Spock person for Asia Mrs Shamim expressed their concern on the preferential biased treatment with Pervaiz Musharraf former Army Chief and President of Pakistan.

Talking with UNN correspondent Babar Azad she said Political situation in Pakistan is very volatile and Balouch separatist are very active, so disturbed political situation in Pakistan and some anti Musharraf political elements busy in conspiration that peace plan in Baluchistan may be linked with anti Musharraf proceeding in the Court of Law.

The Balooch separatists are ready to bargain this deal that Balooch tribes would maintain peace in Baluchistan if anti Musharraf case is settled against former Army Chief so anything could happen and life of former Army Chief is under threat.Pervaiz Musharaf trial is conducted by the same judges who had been under the influence of judges who were detained and taken in custody by ruling personals during Oct 12 .. How justice can prevail, so trial is unprejudiced.

Shamim Akhtar World Peace Mission interpreter also expressed also her concern that Salman Tasir type of incident could be repeated with Pervaiz Musharraf and this is the grave concern of International community and Pervaiz Musharraf case is watched carefully by them. UNN/ E Pakistan News

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