LONDON - Former president Pervez Musharraf has said he is determined to return to Pakistan by March 2012, even if he is arrested. Let them arrest me... Ill [still] go back, he told BBC. Gen Musharraf is wanted by an anti-terrorist court in Pakistan over accusations he failed to protect former prime minister Benazir Bhutto from assassination in December 2007. He described the case against him as 'baseless and politically led. By any stretch of imagination, by any analysis of legal and constitutional issues, I am not involved [in that assassination]. So, I know this case is a hoax and well be able to fight it, Musharraf maintained. Replying to a question, he insisted that no other country sacrificed more in the fight against Al-Qaeda and the Taliban than Pakistan. Under his leadership, Musharraf said, Pakistan achieved several military successes - many of Al-Qaedas top leaders, such as the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, were captured or killed in Pakistan. But he regrets that those military successes were not followed up by political efforts to achieve peace in the region. As a result, he said, the problem of insurgency on the Pakistan-Afghan border has become much more complicated. If there is such politicisation that the courts absolutely go berserk and they arrest me or something, which I dont think is a possibility, well let them arrest me. Ill go to jail. Lets see what happens then. Ill [still] go back.