ISLAMABAD - The Musharraf-led APML has come under crisis after the government’s determination to arrest former President and Supreme Court’s notice to General (Retd) Musharraf in Benazir Bhutto killing case.

The All Pakistan Muslim League, which was holding meetings and public gatherings in some cities of the country, seems to be diminishing after the wavering of APML chief General (Retd) Musharraf on his return plan while the initiation of the process to arrest Musharraf through Interpol by the government has poured water on the hopes of General (Retd) Musharraf as well as his cronies back home. On the other hand, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has also issued notice to former dictator General Musharraf in Benazir Assassination case. The court has issues notice to 16 people including Musharraf and the then Chief Minister Punjab Ch Pervez Elahi and the hearing will be held on 22nd March.  

Meanwhile, the APML central leader Barrister Saif who contested Senate elections from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also lost in sheer humiliation, which served as a major blow to the party as it could not succeed to elect even its single candidate.

Moreover, number of its senior leaders like Dr Sher Afgan, Fawad Hussain have quit the party and Musharraf’s then close friends including Ameer Muqam, Tariq Azeem, Marvi Memon and others have somehow made their space in other political parties or trying to make adjustment with them for their political future.