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Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf – then as Chief of Army Staff – was responsible for sending thousands of Pakistanis to fight alongside the Taliban and Bin Laden against the United Front.
In the 2002 Parliamentary Elections, Musharraf transferred executive powers to newly elected Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali, who was succeeded in the 2004 by Shaukat Aziz.
Musharraf was the mastermind and strategic field commander behind the highly controversial and internationally condemned Kargil infiltration, which derailed peace negotiations with Pakistan's long standing archenemy India.
After months of contentious relations with Prime Minister Sharif, Musharraf was brought up power politics through a military coup d ' état in 1999, and subsequently placing the Prime minister under a strict house-arrest before shifting the prime minister to Adiala Jail in Punjab Province.
Voluntarily surrendering the powers of chief executive and the authority to Shaukat Aziz whom Musharraf eye-blindly trusted, their rule was marred by controversies in the last two years, including the armed action in Red Mosque.
During this time, Musharraf maintained his friendship and contact with Mirza through letters and telephones even in difficult times when Mirza, after joining the Navy Special Service Group, was stationed in East-Pakistan as a military advisor to East Pakistan Army.
Musharraf was a lieutenant colonel in 1974 and a colonel in 1978.
In September 1987, an assault was launched under the command of Musharraf at Bilafond La before being pushed back.
His political philosophy was influenced by Benazir Bhutto who mentored him on various occasions, and Musharraf generally closed to Benazir Bhutto on military policy issues on India.
It was during these times when Musharraf build extremely cordial relationships with Shaukat Aziz who, at that time, was serving as the executive president of global financial services of the Citibank.
His last military field operations posting was at the Mangla region of the Kashmir Province in 1995 when Benazir Bhutto approved the promotion of Musharraf to three-star rank, Lieutenant-General.
In 1995-98, Lieutenant-General Musharraf was the corps commander ( CC-I ) of I Strike Corps stationed in Mangla, Mangla Military District.
Musharraf was in third-in line, and had a good reputation in public circles, armed forces and high academic standings in his college and university studies.
After the Kargil, Musharraf did not wished to be the Chairman Joint Chiefs but, in clear terms, he mentioned to Shahbaz Sharif that he would not agree to relieved from the post of chief of army staff and promoted to chairman joint chiefs before his term was up.
Musharraf favored the chief of naval staff Admiral Bokhari to be elevated as chairman joint chiefs, and claimed that: " he did not care " Prime minister was already facing cold war with the Admiral in sometime between 1999 and Musharraf cemented problems with Nawaz Sharif after recommending the force retirement of senior officer close to the Prime minister.
According to Musharraf, lieutenant-general TP was an ill-mannered, foul-mouth, ill-disciplined officer and was responsible to cause dissension in the armed forces, an information Musharraf reported claimed to have credible and authentic.
Sharif and Musharraf dispute on who was responsible for the Kargil conflict and Pakistan's withdrawal.
Admiral Bokhari ultimately demanded a full-fledged joint-service court martial against General Musharraf, while on other hand General Kuli Khan lambasted the war as " a disaster bigger than the East-Pakistan tragedy ", adding that the plan was " flawed in terms of its conception, tactical planning and execution " that ended in " sacrificing so many soldier.
Lieutenant-General Kiani maintained that " this impression was created by General Pervez Musharraf which was totally wrong ..".

Musharraf and leading
Currently the President of Infotainment Television, Thapar is noted for his aggressive interviews with leading politicians and celebrities-his interviews with cricketer Kapil Dev, Narendra Modi, George Fernandes, J. Jayalalithaa, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, General Pervez Musharraf, Benazir Bhutto, Arun Jaitley, Ram Jethmalani, U. S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and The Dalai Lama are particularly well remembered.
In October 1999, after the Kargil War ended with the unconditional withdrawal of the Pakistani forces from the Indian controlled peaks, the Pakistan Army overthrew a democratically elected government for the fourth time, resulting in additional sanctions being applied against Pakistan, leading to General Pervez Musharraf coming to power in a bloodless coup.
On 30 June 2005, President Musharraf approved the appointment of Chaudhry as chief justice, and refused to resign despite the pressure exerted by Musharraf, therefore leading to his suspension on 3 November 2007.

Musharraf and behind
Though United States President Bill Clinton pressured Musharraf to ban the alleged group behind the hijacking — Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Pakistani officials refused because of fears of reprisal from political parties such as Jamaat-e-Islami.

Musharraf and Kargil
Military tensions in the Kargil conflict with India were followed by a 1999 coup d ' état in which General Pervez Musharraf assumed executive powers.
Earlier in 1988-89, ( as Brigadier ) Musharraf proposed a Kargil infiltration to Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto but she rebuffed the plan.
During the last meeting with the Prime minister, Musharraf faced a grave criticism on results produced by Kargil infiltration by the principle military intelligence ( MI ) director lieutenant-general Jamshed Gulzar Kiani who maintained in the meeting: "(...) whatever has been written there is against logic.
He testified Musharraf began preparations of a coup after the Kargil conflict.
In 1990, Major-General Pervez Musharraf, who was the Director-General of the Directorate-General for the Military Operations ( DGMO ), proposed a strategic plan against India to Benazir Bhutto calling for a Kargil Infiltration, but Benazir refused because General Musharraf didn't have a strategy for dealing with any resultant international fallout.
Problems with Nawaz Sharif arise in 1999 during the Kargil war and subsequently ended his support to the Prime minister after the 1999 coup d ' état led by chief of army staff and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Pervez Musharraf.
Originally a supporter of Nawaz Sharif, Hussain developed serious issues regarding the national economy, Kargil war and left PML after the 1999 coup d ' état commenced by chief of army staff and chairman joint chiefs of staff committee general Pervez Musharraf.
The area shot into the spotlight in spring of 1999, when under a covert plan hatched by the then Army Chief Pervez Musharraf, armed infiltrators from Pakistan, aided by the Pakistani army, occupied vacant high posts belonging to India in the Kargil and Drass regions.
Musharraf, however, asserted that Sharif had been briefed on the Kargil operation 15 days ahead of Vajpayee's journey to Lahore on February 20.

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* 2008 – President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf resigns due to the threat of impeachment.
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf send more troops against the United Islamic Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan | United Front of Ahmad Shah Massoud than the Afghan Taliban.
On April 29, 2006, former Balochistan Chief Minister Taj Muhammad Jamali offered to arranged a meeting between President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf and a loya jirga ( grand jirga ) for peace in Balochistan.
* 1999 – Pervez Musharraf takes power in Pakistan from Nawaz Sharif through a bloodless coup.
In 2001, Musharraf named himself President after the resignation of Rafiq Tarar.
Pervez Musharraf (; born: 11 August 1943 ), is a retired four-star general and a politician who served as the tenth President of Pakistan from 2001 until 2008.
Commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1964, Musharraf rose to national prominence after being appointed to the four-star assignments in October 1998 by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Previously as in early 1996, Musharraf played a vital role in the Afghan civil war, both assisting the peace negotiations and attempting to end the bloodshed in the country.
As an aftermath of September 11 attacks in the United States, Musharraf closely allied with the United States and the allied powers in the War on Terror.
After accepting the rulings of the Supreme Court, Musharraf became the first president for holding general elections nationwide, based on the rulings of the supreme court.
Appointing Zafarullah Jamali as Prime minister in 2002, Musharraf accepted his resignation in 2004 and approved the appointment of Shaukat Aziz as Prime minister instead.
With Aziz constitutionally completing his term and the suspension of the Chief Justice in 2007, Musharraf dramatically fell from the presidency in 2008 after voluntarily resigning in a facing threat of impeachment led by the people-elected opposition parties.
After departing, Musharraf currently in self-exile in London but has vowed to return for the next election.
Due to his sudden rise and fall in the national politics, Western scholar Ian Kershaw of Sheffield University, described Musharraf as Pakistan-based Paul von Hindenburg.
He is the son of Syed and Zarin Musharraf.
Musharraf and his family left for Pakistan on one of the last safe trains in August 1947, a few days before the partition of India took effect.
In his autobiography In the Line of Fire, Musharraf elaborates on his first experience with death, after falling off a mango tree.
In 1961, at age of 18, Musharraf entered the prestigious Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul.
During his college years in PMA and initial joint military testings, Musharraf shared a room with PQ Mehdi of PAF and Abdul Aziz Mirza of Navy ( both reached to four-star assignments and served with Musharraf later on ) and after giving the exams and entranace interviews, all three cadets went to watch a world-acclaimed Urdu film, Savera ( lit.

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