The Prime Minister House on Tuesday denied the comments made by former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf, reported Radio Pakistan.
The spokesperson termed the statement as utterly baseless, malicious, untrue and concocted.
Earlier, Musharraf claimed that ex-army chief Gen Raheel Sharif helped him leave the country by keeping the government from pressuring the courts.
Musharraf had left the country for Dubai in March earlier this year hours after the interior ministry issued a notification to remove his name from the exit control list (ECL).
The government notification followed the Supreme Court’s order to lift the ban on his foreign travel.
But the order from the top court had come with the rider that the federal government or the three-judge special court trying the retired general for treason was free to make decisions to regulate his custody or restrict his movement.
Apart from murder cases of Benazir Bhutto, Nawab Akbar Bugti and Ghazi Abdul Rasheed, the retired general is facing treason charges for imposing emergency rule in November 2007, arresting judges and limiting their powers. His name was kept on the Exit Control List for more than 20 months.
Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan had said in March that Musharraf had committed to facing all cases against him in court and had “promised to return in four to six weeks”.
Courtesy : Dawn News