LONDON (INP) - Former president and All Pakistan Muslim League chief Pervez Musharraf has said he will return to Pakistan on March 23, 2012. Addressing a gathering at the APMLs first foundation day ceremony Saturday, Musharraf said his party had received tremendous response from the masses across the country. The party organising committees have been established in 80 districts while it will be strengthened at the union council level, he said and lauded the APML workers for their commitment to the party. Musharraf said to flourish democracy in Pakistan it was necessary to give chance to the PPP-led government to complete its five-year term though it was a corrupt government. He said that the next elections should be conducted under the supervision of Army. The former president criticised Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Nawaz Sharif, saying his allegations were baseless. He (Nawaz) himself should tell what he did for the nation during his rule except building a phase of Motorways. The former president added that the masses were tired of these two big political parties.