Though Pakistan Taliban deny link to explosives near #Musharraf house, they say “TTP will prove itself by actions very soon Insha ALLAH.”
Khaliq Hazara, who survived today’s attack, took over chair of Hazara Democratic Party in ’09 when his predecessor was shot dead in #Quetta
seems like #Quetta car bomber may have intended to hit Hazara meeting near Alamdar road, but detonated when stopped at nearby FC checkpoint
spoke to Khaliq Hazara of #Hazara Democratic Party, he narrowly survived Quetta suicide bombing that killed 5 people, believes he was target
Pakistan Taliban spokesman denies planting explosives in car near #Musharraf house, says movement would have sent suicide bombers instead
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was forced to flee a courtroom on Thursday moments after judges ordered his arrest, dealing a fresh blow to hopes of reviving his political career at next month’s general elections.
Musharraf’s hasty exit from the Islamabad High Court seemed to symbolise the diminished influence of a former army chief who once dominated Pakistan’s political landscape, but whose bid to stage a triumphal comeback has garnered widespread scorn.