LAHORE - A local lawyer has moved an application before the Supreme Court Lahore Registry, praying that red warrants for the extradition of former dictator Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf through Interpol may be issued so that he can be tried under 14 charges including subversion of the Constitution, for high treason. Advocate AK Dogar has moved the plea in his already pending petition against Musharraf before the SC. The petitioner has appended with the main petition, the 14-point charge-sheet which the PML-N has framed against Musharraf for his trial under the High Treason Act. On March 24, 2010, the SC had required AK Dogar to add a prayer in his petition for proceeding against Musharraf under Article 6 of the Constitution, as it was missing in the petition; accordingly he filed application bringing all charges on record. In his application, Dogar prayed that in the same manner as the Bank of Punjab scam accused Hamesh Khan was brought to the country, Musharraf might also be brought back by way of issuing of red warrants against him, which would also mobilise international agencies and the international police (Interpol). The petitioner stated that on October 01, 2010, about 12 years after he (Musharraf) threw out the elected government of Nawaz Sharif, the respondent has launched a political party and is making statements every day which are intended to destabilise the country and the democratic government. He said now the second biggest political party of the country the PML-N had issued a charge-sheet of 14 charges against Pervez Musharraf, demanding that he should be brought to the country through Interpol and be tried in accordance with law. The charge-sheet against the former dictator includes murder of Akbar Bugti, killings of hundreds of students of Lal Masjid, overthrowing an elected government, subversion of the Constitution and putting judges under house arrest and detention.