Musharraf likely to take shelter in Saudi Arabia


Former president Pervez Musharraf will likely take shelter in Saudi Arabia if he is granted bail in remaining cases filed against him.
The former military ruler has already been bailed out in Benazir Bhutto murder case and judges’ detention case.
According to a private TV channel, so far as the issue of his arrest regarding Lal Masjid is concerned, that is yet under consideration.
Some sources are disseminating rumours that Musharraf would be exiled to Saudi Arabia and then he would leave for Dubai where his ailing and aged mother is under treatment.
His counsels have completed all arrangements regarding submission of surety bonds.
Security arrangements of his residence at Chak Shahzad, recently turned into a subjail has been tightened.