Altaf Hussain condemns TTP's threats to Musharraf’s advocates
KARACHI: Chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain has strongly condemned the threats from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to lawyers of former president Gen. Rtd. Pervaiz Musharraf, ARY News reported.
In a statement Altaf Husaain said that Taliban are threatening Musharraf’s advocates Ahmed Raza Kasuri, Sharifuddin Pirzada and Anwar Mansoor to separate themselves from the case or be ready to face worst circumstances.
MQM Chief said that it feels that government has left the people of Pakistan at mercy of Taliban.
He demanded the authorities to seriously take the notice of threats ensuring the protection to the life and property of the people.
Earlier, Musharraf’s Lawyers presented a threatening letter today in the Special Court, claiming it to be from TTP.
A three member bench of Supreme Court had resumed the course of hearing of high treason case against Pervaiz Musharraf.
Anwar Mansoor suggested to shift the court to a secure place.
Meanwhile, Ahmad Raza Kasuri told the court one Prime Minister has already been sent to gallows. If any harm is caused to Musharaf then a case will be registered against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. The hearing of the case was adjourned till March 7, 2014.