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Manmohan Singh a 'nice man' for Pak: Musharraf

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Updated: April 17, 2011, 5:36 PM IST
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Manmohan Singh a 'nice man' for Pak: Musharraf
Musharraf quit as President in 2008 to avoid being impeached by the Pakistan People's Party-led government.

Islamabad: Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, who had several meetings with Indian leaders during his nine-years at the helm, feels Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is a "nice man" for his country.

Musharraf, who met Singh a number of times, including during his visit to New Delhi in 2005, said he liked the Indian Prime Minister.

"He (Singh) is a nice man for Pakistan," said Musharraf, who has been living outside the country since early 2009, during an interview with Dawn News channel in Dubai.

Musharraf quit as President in 2008 to avoid being impeached by the Pakistan People's Party-led government.

After a failed bilateral summit in Agra in 2001, Musharraf returned to India in 2005 when his meeting with Singh resulted in a joint statement that described the peace process between the two countries as "irreversible".

The two leaders had first met in 2004 in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meeting. They later met in 2006 in Havana on the sidelines of the NAM summit.

Though he praised Singh, Musharraf was not as generous to Pakistani leaders.

Asked to name his favourite Pakistani leader, Musharraf quipped: "I, myself." After a pause, he named former President Ayub Khan.

First Published: April 17, 2011, 5:36 PM IST
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