Musharraf to counter Indians in India with his oratory

February 6th, 2009 - 1:28 pm ICT by ANI  

Pervez Musharraf

Islamabad, Feb 6 (ANI): Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, who is known for his speaking skills and will be in India next month for same purpose, has said that he intends to counter Indians on their own home ground.

The former president seems to be enjoying a peaceful life, though he must be missing what he perceives as his days of glory, said he would visit India next month for delivering lectures on Pakistan and the South Asian regional situation, the Daily Times reported.

Next month I am going to India for the same purpose. Lets counter the Indians on their own home ground, Musharraf said.

He has just returned from a two-week lecture tour to the United States.

Not only did he attract droves of American listeners on the lecture circuit, he is said to have also made a fortune for himself.

Clad in a purple pullover and brown trousers, the former president said he had no regrets about any of his actions since the military coup of October 1999.

He argued that politicians were equally responsible for the state Pakistan was in.

Musharraf offered his oft-repeated assertion that while democracy was the only system of government that must continue, its British model was not suitable for Pakistan.

What the country needed instead, he continued, was a democratic model tailored to its specific needs. (ANI)

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