Ex Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf passes away at 79 while being treated in Dubai Hospital
Islamabad / Dubai: Pervez Musharraf, the former leader of Pakistan, died on Sunday in Dubai at the age of 79 after a protracted illness. Musharraf was first sent to the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC) in Rawalpindi after being hospitalized to a hospital in Dubai.
Musharraf, who had been in Dubai since March 2016, was receiving amyloidosis therapy. It is an uncommon condition that manifests when amyloid, an aberrant protein, accumulates in your organs and obstructs their normal function.
According to a tweet from his family on June 10, the former army commander was at a point when “healing is not feasible and organs are failing.” “. “He was not breathing artificially. had spent the last three weeks in the hospital because of a complication with his condition (Amyloidosis). passing through a challenging time when recuperation was impossible and organs were failing. Ask God to make his life easier “stated the family.
Musharraf, 78, was accused of treason in 2014 after being prosecuted for suspending the Constitution in 2007 due to the declaration of an extra-constitutional emergency.
Musharraf, who governed Pakistan from 1999 to 2008, was listed as a wanted person in connection with the deaths of Benazir Bhutto and a preacher at the Red Mosque.