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Benazir determined to return to Pakistan

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has said that she is determined to return to Islamabad between September and December, in spite of the probability of her being arrested by the Musharraf regime.

London, May 31 : Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has said that she is determined to return to Islamabad between September and December, in spite of the probability of her being arrested by the Musharraf regime.

"I must return home, even if they arrest me. I am ready for detention," she said in an interview with the BBC.

Expressing disappointment over President Musharraf's recent statement in which he had ruled out any possibility of her return and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, she said, "I am very much disappointed by his statement because I believe that the extremists are in a bid to establish a parallel government in Pakistan stretching from Tank to Islamabad. Musharraf should welcome me and Nawaz Sharif in the country in the present situation."

Though determined to face the risk of arrest, Benazir said that the military regime could levy any charge against her.

She accepted that she is in contact with Musharraf, but refuted reports of any deal being worked out between her party Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the government.

"There have been contacts, but deal is something else. There hasn't been any agreement under which we could accept him, "she said.

She said that her party wants to see the army returning back to barracks .

ANI

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