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Sep 07, 2018
8:06PM

Musharraf files petition in SC to return Rs 2 million surety in Bugti murder case

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Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf filed a petition in the Supreme Court today to return two million rupees submitted as surety bonds in the murder case of veteran Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, citing his acquittal in the case. 


In January 2016, an anti-terrorism court acquitted 75-year-old Mushar­raf in the 2006 Bugti murder case. Dubai-based Musharraf's lawyer in the petition in the Supreme Court said since the former army chief has been acquitted in the case, the bond money should be returned. 


Musharraf had submitted two bail bonds worth one million rupees each, following which, his bail was approved. 


The Supreme Court constituted a three-member bench headed by Justice Mushir Alam. The petition's hearing was fixed for September 12. 

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