Parvez Musharraf's death sentence: Will the route of martial law is stopped in Pakistan now?
Former Pakistan Army Chief and President Pervez Musharraf once told reporters in his particular style, "The army is with me, even if I am not in uniform, the army will be with me, I can assure you." Am. '
The special court hearing the constitution and serious treason trial against former military president Pervez Musharraf has ordered him to be sentenced to death yesterday.
Various reactions have been seen in the political circles, analysts and social media over the punishment, but the most serious reaction has come from the country's armed forces, which says, "The forces of the special court decision. There is a lot of sadness and anxiety in Pakistan and General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has served Pakistan for more than 40 years, he has fought wars to defend the country and he can never be a traitor. '
The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has taken the stand that it will respond after taking a detailed review of the court's decision, while opposition leaders have said that the tradition of breaking the constitution in the country will be possible after a special court decision.
It is also important to keep in mind that in Pakistan's history, the Supreme Court of Pakistan in 1972 declared the martial law imposed by General Yahya Khan in 1969 but four and a half years after this martial law. Former military president General (retd) Ziaul Haq had appointed another Marshal.