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Pakistan government responds to Musharraf capital punishment

The administration of Pakistan will record an objection against a senior judge who, heading the seat that indicted previous military ruler Pervez Musharraf for high injustice, required the previous president's body to be shown outside Parliament. 

Judge Waqar Ahmed Seth, in close to home perceptions recorded in a nitty gritty decision that was discharged on Thursday, said the previous president ought to be caught and hanged by specialists at the earliest opportunity. 

"What's more, if [Musharraf is] discovered dead, his cadaver be hauled to the D-Chowk [in front of Pakistan's parliament building], Islamabad, Pakistan, and be hanged for three days," read the perception. 

An uncommon court indicted and condemned Musharraf to death on Tuesday, a remarkable decision in a nation that has been controlled by its ground-breaking military for generally 50% of its 72-year history. 

Musharraf has lived in purposeful outcast in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 2016 and says …

Pakistan's Pervez Musharraf given death punishment in conspiracy case

Extraordinary court in Pakistan has condemned previous military ruler Pervez Musharraf to death on charges of high injustice and subverting the constitution.

"Pervez Musharraf has been seen as liable of Article 6 for infringement of the constitution of Pakistan," government law official Salman Nadeem told Reuters.

The conspiracy preliminary against Musharraf - for forcing the highly sensitive situation on November 3, 2007 - started in 2014.

Musharraf, who is in willful outcast in Dubai, was not promptly accessible for input. He has denied the charges previously.

His activities in 2007 lie at the focal point of the treachery body of evidence against the 76-year-old previous ruler. On November 3, the military ruler forced a "highly sensitive situation", suspended the constitution and confined senior political pioneers and judges.

The emergency was hastened in March 2007 by Musharraf's endeavor to evacuate then-Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, a …

Handfuls slaughtered in gas canister impact and fire on Pakistan train

In any event 65 individuals were slaughtered and 45 others harmed after a fire immersed a train going through focal Pakistan, totally devastating at any rate three mentors. 

The mishap occurred close to the town of Liaquatpur, about 150km (93 miles) south of the city of Multan on Thursday morning, Railways Minister Sheik Rashid Ahmed told Al Jazeera by phone. 

"The loss of life could rise further," said Muhammad Asfandyar, a neighborhood medical clinic official. He said the entirety of the unfortunate casualties were being treated for consumes. 

The train was conveying travelers from the southern city of Karachi to Rawalpindi. 

"The harmed have been taken to the medical clinic, yet sadly there is no close by emergency clinic [with a consume unit] so we are attempting to get them by helicopter to Multan," said Ali Nawaz, a railroads service representative. 

The two influenced mentors were "packed", Ahmed included. 

Each mentor commonly holds around 70 travelers,…