Rise and Fall of Pervez Musharraf Life - Zivaco News


Syed Pervez Musharraf is a Pakistani politician. And discharged four-star general of the Pakistan Army, who was the 10th President of Pakistan from 2001 until offering his resignation, to avoid accusation, in 2008.

Short Biography of Pervez Musharraf

Born: In old Delhi in India August 11, 1943 (age 76 years).

Height: 1.82 meter

Wife: Sehba Musharraf (marriage in 1968)

Party: All Pakistan Muslim League

Education: Royal College of Defense Studies (1990–1991).

Year of service: 1961–2007.

The rise and fall of Musharraf

Family background of Pervez Musharraf 

He is a second of three brothers; he was born into a middle class Muslim family in India in August 1943.

His family moved to the newly formed Muslim state of Pakistan following India’s liberation and panel in 1947.

He spent seven years in his life in Turkey, during his civil servant father’s posting to Ankara. In 1956 his family settled in Karachi.

Time period of his works After Joining Pakistan Army 

After that he joined Pakistan army Academy. And entering the Pakistan Military Academy in 1961, And take first fight in the 1965 war against India for courtesy.

He had to tolerate the army’s embarrassing defeat by India in the 1971 war and served for seven years in Pakistan’s special service commando group.

He rose to it appointed the rank of General as the chief of an army on October 7, 1998

He ousted then prime minister Nawaz Sharif in 1999 in a bloodless coup. He first led the country as chief executive and then won a five-year presidential term in a 2002 referendum which critics say equipped.

Sequence of events of major developments since Musharraf seized power:

1999 Year

October 12:  He overthrows elected prime minister Nawaz Sharif. And became the head of the state as chief executive.

2000 Year

May 13: Supreme Court legalizes revolution.

December: it is free Sharif from prison on hijacking and corruption charges, expatriate to Saudi Arabia and banned from returning to Pakistan for 10 years.

2001 Year

June 20: He announced his president after the obligatory, Mohammad Rafiq Tarar, resigns.

September 11: In 2001 11 September he drops support for Taliban and Afghanistan  Pakistan with Washington after 9/11 attacks.

2002 Year

April 30: he wins debated national referendum on his rule.

October 10: National assembly’s held election and Pakistan Muslim League-Q wins general elections.

November 16: he on oath in for a fresh five-year term.

2003 Year

December: He escapes two killing attempts, one by Islamist military officers and the other by Al-Qaeda.

2004 Year

January 1: he wins the governmental vote of confidence confirming his unelected rule until 2007.

February: He releases nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan for leaking nuclear secrets to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

December 30: He backs out on promise to quit as army chief.

2007 Year

March 9–He hangs up Supreme Court justice Iftikhar Chaudhry over claims of misbehavior. Lawyers gathering around the top judge and his popularity plummets.

July 10–He orders crowds to storm the Red Mosque in Islamabad to crush a Taliban-style movement there. At these kills fewest 105 people. Militant attacks and suicide bombings follow.

July 20 – Supreme Court gives back chief justice Chaudhry, dealing a blow to his authority.

July 27–In Abu Dhabi he meets former prime minister Benazir Bhutto for indecisive talks on how to move the country towards a civilian-led democracy. Bhutto demands to his step down as army chief.

Sept 10–Pervious prime minister Nawaz Sharif is under arrest at Islamabad airport on his arrival from tax exile, despite the Supreme Court clearing his return. It expels him out to Saudi Arabia.

Oct 2–He will drop graft charges against Bhutto, clearing the way for her return in Pakistan.

Oct 6 – He wins a governmental vote by a member of parliament. Supreme Court holds off confirming legality of vote.

Oct 19 – Suicide bomber tries to kill Bhutto in Karachi as she returns from eight years of exile.

Nov 2 – Supreme Court meets to decide if he was qualified to stand for re-election while still army chief.

Nov 3–He imposes emergency rule, delaying thousands of opposition politicians and lawyers.

Nov 11–He annoyed election will be held by January 8.

Nov 13 – Bhutto placed under house arrest for a week in Lahore, hours before deliberate march against emergency rule. Bhutto says he must quit as president.

Nov 15 –he hires Senate chairman Mohammadmian Soomro to head a caretaker line up to oversee elections.

Nov 22 – Commonwealth suspends Pakistan.

Nov 25 – Sharif returns from exile.

Nov 28–He decided to resigned and give command of the army to General Ashfaq Kayani.

Nov 29–He on oath in as a civilian leader.

Dec 15–He lifts state of emergency, restores constituents.

Dec 27 – Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto killed in a gun and bomb attack.

2008 Year

Jan 2 – Election delayed from Jan 8 to Feb 18 because of disturbances after Bhutto’s killing.

Feb 18 – Resounding election victory for parties led by Bhutto’s widower Asif Ali Zardari (Pakistan People’s Party) and Sharif (Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)) over pro-Musharraf, Pakistan Muslim League. Analysts say it may drive Musharraf out.

March 9 – Sharif says he will join Zardari to form a partnership hostile to Musharraf.

March 24 – Parliament elects Bhutto assistant Yusuf Raza Gilani as prime minister.

August 7 – Federation tells him to face charge.

August 17 – Coalition says it has completed impeachment charges.

August 18–And he announces his resignation in a televised talk to his nation.

Pervez Musharraf life era after fall from presidency 

July 22, 2009: SC calls to him to protect his actions on November 3, 2007.

July 31, 2009: The top court rules that his decision to impose an emergency, and his PCO were illegal and illegal. The court gives him seven days to respond.

March 24, 2013: The self-exiled former president returns to Pakistan to contest general elections but banned from taking part in the polls.

April 8, 2013: SC order him in the treason case against him.

December 12, 2013: The Special court order him to face treason charges.

January 2, 2014: it admits him to a hospital after he suffers heart disease. While on his way to a special court inquiry of the high treason case against him.

March 16, 2016: SC removes his name from the ECL, permitting him to travel abroad for a cure.

November 19, 2019: The special court completes its records in the treason case, saying that it will pass a ruling on November 28.

November 27, 2019: The Islamabad High Court stops special court from announcing decision in the treason case.

December 2019: The special court says it will pass the decision in the case on December 17. He moves the Lahore High Court to stay the trial at the special court.

December 17, 2019: The special court verdicts his to death in the high treason case against him.

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