KARACHI: Hundreds of protestors chanted slogans against former president Pervez Musharraf in Manchester and marred the political convention of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML).
The chanting activists were then expelled out of the gathering.
Musharraf said miscreants were paid to create disturbance and commotion in the APML meeting.
He further said these protests would not discourage him from his path.
Protesters had gathered in Manchester to express their anger against Musharraf with placards and banners. They raised slogans against the former military ruler and threw shoes at his portraits.
Some people also chanted anti-Musharraf slogans and protested inside the APML convention but were soon expelled out of it.
Reacting to the protests, Musharraf said he would not deter from his path.
Earlier, Pervez Musharraf had said that he should have remained Chief of Army Staff (COAS) for another five years.