Former president Pervez Musharraf will not return to Pakistan to comply with an arrest warrant issued by a court over the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, his spokesman in London said Saturday. No, he wont be going back for this hearing, Fawad Chaudhry, a spokesman for ex-military ruler Musharrafs All Pakistan Muslim League party, told a foreign news agency, adding that the warrant was totally ridiculous. A Pakistani anti-terrorism court earlier Saturday ordered Musharraf, who is currently in self-imposed exile in London, to appear for a hearing on February 19 over claims about the assassination of ex-premier Bhutto in December 2007. Fawad Chaudhry said he had heard that Musharraf, who was president at the time of her death and who stepped down in 2008, was accused of failing to provide adequate security for Bhutto. How can the president of a country be made responsible for the non-provision of security? Its totally ridiculous, you cannot pin criminal responsibility on a president for that, Chaudhry said.