LAHORE - President Ex- Servicemen Society and chairman Tameer-e-Pakistan Party, Gen (R) Faiz Ali Chishti has demanded trial of all those retired army generals including Gen (R) Pervez Musharraf, who staged coup against the elected government on October12, 1999. In an interview with The Nation and Nawa-i-Waqt on Wednesday, Gen Chishti said that the then army generals which include: Gen (R) Pervez Musharraf, Lt Gen (R), Saeedul Zafar, Lt Gen (R) Aziz Ahmad Khan, Lt Gen (R) Mahmood and Lt Gen (R) Usmani, refused to accept the appointment orders of Lt Gen Ziauddin Butt as army chief and dismissal of Gen Pervez Musharraf by then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, and thus committed rebellion against the elected set up. He said Gen Musharraf, who was no more army chief after appointment of Gen Ziauddin incited his subordinates to remove Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in defiance of the Constitution. Gen Chishti demanded judicial trial of these generals, saying that the punishment prescribed for the act of committing rebellion was death. Pervez Musharraf should also be held accountable for declaring emergency on November 3, 2007, as he could not issue such order being a paid servant of Pakistan, he observed, and added that no assembly has granted him indemnity for his unconstitutional acts. Replying to a question about bringing improvement in the institution of army and extermination of terrorism, the retired general said that Pakistan army needed re-organisation. He suggested setting up of national service comprising retired army men and civilians to give back up support to the army in war times. He also stressed the need for imparting compulsory army training to female and male students. The law of three-year tenure for the army chief should be implemented in letter and spirit, he further said. He said government should take necessary measures to end all causes of terrorism, whereas traditional watch and ward system should be introduced to overcome the problem. Giving solution to multiple crises facing the country, he said that introduction of Islamic system of justice, agriculture reforms and uniform education system would go a long way in reforming the society as a whole. He stressed upon the PPP, which stood for supremacy of Constitution, to ensure that office of President of Pakistan and four provincial governors maintain impartiality.