General Pervez Musharraf died at 79: His Cause of Death Revealed

General Pervez Musharraf died at age of 79, due to critical health as a cause of death

In 2019, Musharraf was sentenced to death in absentia for the treason charges; it is the major cause of death. Though, the death sentence was later cancelled by the Lahore High Court.

General Musharraf was born on 11 August, 1943. He was a retired general and a popular Pakistani politician. He was a four star holder and further strive to become the tenth president of Pakistan. 

He presumed power after the military took over in the year 1999 in a coup d’etat which was started by the military staff at the joint staff HQ under the Joint Chiefs of Staff committee General Musharraf’s authority. General Musharraf passed a controversial provisional order that deferred the Constitution of Pakistan.

Later on earlier this month General was receiving medical treatment in Dubai. Further He made a video statement laying from a hospital bed stating the case against him as “baseless”.

But currently, the news has been spreading on the social media that the general’s health is not well. He is the former President of Pakistan, but later the news has released that General Musharraf’s health is severely worsening and he has been placed on the ventilator.

However, later on some media units reported that the former President Musharraf has passed away. Musharraf left his corporeal coil at the age of 79. However, the publication later changed its deportment regarding the reports of General Musharraf passing away.

There was no chance in recovery of General Pervez Musharraf so he died at the age of 79. The exact cause if death if General Musharraf is still not known.