Pakistan court indicts ex-president Musharraf for treason
Publish Date: Mar 31, 2014
Pakistan court indicts ex-president Musharraf for treason
Pakistans Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif (R) shakes hands with US President Barak Obama (L) during the opening session of the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in The Hague on March 24, 2014. AFP PHOTO/POOL/YVES HERMAN
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 ISLAMABAD - A Pakistani court on Monday indicted former military ruler Pervez Musharraf for treason on charges relating to his 2007 imposition of emergency rule.

Judge Tahira Safdar read out five charges to Musharraf, who ruled from 1999 to 2008, with the ex-president pleading "not guilty" to each of them.


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