ISLAMABAD - While some voices of politicians from different political factions indirectly supporting the former dictator Pervez Musharraf are echoing, Jamhuri Watan Party (JWP) on Saturday strongly warned the incumbent government of civil war if former president is sent abroad under any deal.

"Civil War will start in the country if Musharraf is sent abroad under any deal," warned Chief JWP Talal Bugti while talking to media persons at National Press Club.

Arguing the former dictator's case, he said Musharraf was involved in violating the constitution of the country, Lal Masjid case, Akbar Bugti murder case and other number of heinous issues. Bugti said the former President deserved to be punished under Article 6 of the constitution for sabotaging the constitution in such a way.

Talal Bugti who had earlier reportedly announced a bounty of Rs 1 billion and 100 acres of farmland for Musharraf on Oct 2010 and later in December 2013 he doubled the bounty on the former president for his alleged crimes against humanity. The JWP chief once again came up with same announcement saying that he will give this amount to the person who brings Musharraf's head.

To a question about law and order situation of Balochistan province, he pinned hope that the prime minister and new army chief will bring positive changes.

To another question about operation in the province, he was of the view army operation was not the solution to this issue. He also demanded of the PML-N government to call back army from Balochistan.

When asked to comment on the recent statement of MQM chief about Sindh, Bugti came down hard on Altaf Hussain for his views about Sindh province. He also asked the incumbent government to take notice of Altaf's statement.