Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf Looks To Return From Exile And Revive His Political PartyFormer Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

After staying away from domestic politics for long, the former president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, General Parvez Musharraf is gearing up to revive his political party , All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), reports The Economic Times.

Aged 76-years-old now and presently resident in Dubai, Musharraf is set to address his supporters in Islamabad today (6 October) via a video link, marking the occasion of his party's foundation day.

It should be noted though that Musharraf is unlikely to return back to Pakistan anytime soon given the ongoing trial of treason being pursued against him. The case of treason against Musharraf is in respect to his decision to suspend the constitution of Pakistan in 2007.

Thereafter the suspension of the constitution, Musharraf had imposed a state of emergency in Pakistan in November 2007 following which several justices of Pakistan's supreme court had been put in house arrest, while over 100 other judges had been sacked.

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