Apr 19, 2013
"Musharraf, who is attempting a political comeback in parliamentary elections after returning from self-imposed exile, had been under house arrest at his home in the Pakistani capital before he was taken away. His spokesman Mohammed Amjad said he would spend two days on remand at police headquarters before appearing in front of a court. Mr Amjad said police moved the former president because a senior police official had failed to issue the paperwork needed to comply with a judge's order that he should be detained at home. Yesterday, Musharraf left an Islamabad court in a speeding vehicle following a judge's rejection of his bail application."
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