If found guilty, Parvez Musharraf can be sent to the gallows.
Pervez Musharraf, 72, has been facing trial since 2013 for allegedly committing treason and he was barred from leaving the country in 2014 by the government.
The court rejected the appeal by the government against a decision by the Sindh High Court which had also ruled that the former president can leave the country.
The court also rejected Pervez Musharraf’s plea seeking permanent exemption from appearing in the case and issued the warrants.
Former President of Pakistan and chief of All Pakistan Muslim League, Pervez Musharraf was on Thursday admitted to hospital after he fainted at his home.
Bugti was killed in a military operation on the orders of then president and army chief Musharraf in the restive province in 2006.
There has been renewed focus on whether India and Pakistan should engage in talks after the Pathankot attack
Geelani said while the UN resolutions on Kashmir call for demilitarization of PoK by Pakistan, it also says that India should withdraw “bulk of its forces” from Kashmir.
“I know eventually better sense will prevail in the BJP government as well. We have dealt with both Congress and BJP governments and the only way forward is to have constant dialogues to resolve outstanding issues,” said Musharraf.
“I am not surprised to hear him say that in the past that (Pakistani supporting and aiding LeT) was the case,” said Senator Kaine.
The former army chief was responding to a question about action against LeT’s Hafiz Saeed and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.He said Saeed and Lakhvi type people enjoyed the status of heroes at that time.
Musharraf, 71, took over in a coup in 1999 after the Kargil War, of which he is considered as the chief architect, months after the then Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Lahore for talks.
Pervez Musharraf also faces treason charges for emergency rule in 2007. He has been barred by the Supreme Court from leaving the country.
Pakistan, which owns about 120 nuclear warheads, has the fastest growing nuclear weapons programme in the world.
Recalling the Kargil conflict, Musharraf on Sunday was quoted by PTI as saying that the Pakistani Army “caught India by throat” and that India will never forget the war.