From resources, we have heard that Ex-President General Pervez Musharraf is on a ventilator. As he wasn’t feeling well for several days. According to family sources, Pervez Musharraf was shifted to the hospital last week due to ill health.
Sources say that Pervez Musharraf is in better condition now. Remember that the former president has been living in Dubai for a long time.
Pervez Musharraf (born August 11, 1943, in New Delhi, India) is a Pakistani general who rose to power in a 1999 coup. From 2001 to 2008, he was President of Pakistan.
When Pakistan got separated from India in 1947, Musharraf and his family relocated from New Delhi to Karachi. He lived in Turkey from 1949 to 1956 as the son of a career diplomat. Entered the army in 1964 and went on to the Royal College of Defence Studies in London. After graduating from the Army Command and Staff College in Quetta. Pervez Musharaf held positions in the artillery, infantry, and commando groups. As well as teaching at the Staff College in Quetta and the National Defence College's War Wing.
Musharraf announced the foundation of a new political party. The All Pakistan Muslim League, in October 2010, following a period of self-imposed exile. And promised to return to Pakistan in time for the 2013 national elections. He did so in March 2013, but his quest to run for president ran into several legal and political roadblocks. Including multiple ongoing criminal investigations into his activities as president. A Pakistani court prohibited him from running in the election on April 18. Due to an ongoing inquiry over his suspension of the constitution in 2007. The next day, he was free on charges related to the inquiry. Musharraf got punished with homicide in connection with the killing of Benazir Bhutto. In August 2013, while still under house arrest.
Musharraf leave the nation in 2016 to seek medical treatment in Dubai, where he lived for the rest of his life. His health was rapidly deteriorating owing to amyloidosis, in late 2018. it was because of high treason and sentenced to die in his absence a year later. Albeit his health made a return to Pakistan doubtful. The special court that handed down the sentence found it to be unlawful in January 2020, and his conviction was again returned.