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October 14, 1999
Musharraf keeps Pak guessing
Ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharief was hatching a 'conspiracy' against the army, an army spokesman was quoted as saying today.
''We have got certain evidence which proves that Nawaz Sharief was busy in conspiracies against the army,'' the spokesman was quoted by the domestic NNI news agency as saying.
There was no official word yet on what policies army Chief General Pervez Musharraf would announce for a new government or what form it would take.
The general held his first meeting since the takeover with figurehead President Mohammad Rafiq Tarar late yesterday and discussed 'matters of national importance', state media said without giving details.
NNI also reported that Sharief had been ''shifted to an unknown destination'' after he was placed under house arrest on Tuesday.
Cabinet Committee on Security discusses Pak developments
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