Former president of Pakistan General (retd) Pervez Musharraf is planning to make a comeback in the Pakistani politics and will by reviving his political party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML).
The former president is currently in Dubai, reportedly visited the United States last week for medical examination.
Speaking to a local media outlet on Thursday, APML’s general-secretary Mehreen Malik said the former president received medical treatment at a hospital in London for 12 days last month and “now he is back to his Dubai’s residence, following improvement in health.”
She added that the retired general had also held a meeting with his party close aides and relatives. “Pervez Musharraf will fully resume his political activities with the consultations of doctors,” said Mehreen, adding, “He is being examined by a team of doctors daily.”
As reported by APML, in March, Musharraf was admitted to a hospital after suffering a reaction from a rare disease that weakened his nervous system.
He is reported to be suffering from amyloidosis, a rare disease caused by a build-up of an abnormal protein called amyloid in organs and tissues throughout the body.
76-year-old, General (retd) Pervez Musharraf is also facing a treason case in Pakistan for suspending the country’s constitution in 2007.
As being reported, the APML chief is also due to address his supporters in Islamabad via a video link on Sunday (October 6) on the occasion of the party’s foundation day.