Musharraf in no mood to return to Pakistan soon
Former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf is in no mood to return to Pakistan soon.
Musharraf's close associates believe that the former Army Chief is apparently playing a 'wait and watch' game, and has virtually no plans to return to the Pakistan to face the high treason charges being levelled against him.
"Let's see how the political situation develops and emerges," is Musharraf's views according to his aides.
They said Musharraf is of the view that he would return to his country only when he is needed there.
"I will sacrifice my life if Pakistan needs me because this is what we are taught at the Pakistan Military Academy. But it has to be seen whether Pakistan really needs me otherwise I will not go back to Pakistan," Musharraf told his associates.
Musharraf, who is currently in London, is enjoying his time as an orator delivering lectures across the globe.
Musharraf will visit 17 cities of the United States from September 15 to October 20 to deliver a series of lectures to different organisations. On the last day, he will co-chair a seminar with Henry Kissinger in Boston, The News reports.
He receives a hefty fee for each of his lectures, probably the reason why he owns an apartment in Hyde Park Crescent, London, an area considered highly upscale, pricey and classy even by Londoners.