Former Pakistani President General (retired) Pervez Musharraf has passed away. Pervez Musharraf was ill for a long time. He died after a long illness at the American Hospital in Dubai. He was living in self-exile in the United Arab Emirates to avoid criminal charges against him.
Former Pakistani President General (retired) Pervez Musharraf passed away on Sunday at the age of 79. He breathed his last in Dubai. He was sick for a long time. Pervez Musharraf was the President of Pakistan from 2001 to 2008. Pervez Musharraf also had a special attachment to cricket, which he had talked about many times.
I used to watch cricket matches coming to the stadium on many occasions. Even during the year 2004, Pervez Musharraf had come to the stadium to watch the match with the Indian team on their tour of Pakistan. Following this, the Indian team also toured Pakistan in the year 2006.
During this, he also gave special instructions to Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He said that he is a fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s hair and hairstyle. In the year 2006, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s hair was very big. During this, Pervez Musharraf also spoke with Mahendra Singh Dhoni during the award ceremony. During this series, Mahendra Singh Dhoni swung the bat at him.
During this, Musharraf congratulated the Indian team on the victory. The match took place in Lahore, where during the award ceremony during the one-day match, then-President Musharraf praised Dhoni’s ‘hairdo’ and also congratulated the Indian cricket team on winning the match. Musharraf had said that he congratulated Dhoni for being the architect of the victory. I saw a ‘poster’ asking Dhoni to get a ‘haircut’ but if you believe my opinion, you look good with this ‘haircut’. don’t cut your hair Musharraf died on Sunday in a Dubai hospital after a long illness. He was 79 years old.
Musharraf was ill for a long time
Tell them that Pervez Musharraf was ill for a long time. Musharraf had been living in self-exile in the United Arab Emirates to avoid criminal charges against him in Pakistan. He died after a long illness at the American Hospital in Dubai. According to his family, Musharraf suffered from a rare disease called amyloidosis, in which an abnormal protein called amyloid accumulates in organs and tissues throughout the body. Shortly after Musharraf’s death, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Pakistani military’s media wing, issued a statement saying that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Sahir Shamshad, and the heads of all The services expressed their deepest condolences. “May Allah rest in peace and give strength to the bereaved family,” the statement said.