BOTH sitting and former ministers Thursday met former president Pervez Musharraf and discussed situation that emerged after issuance of Supreme Court notice, reported a private TV channel. The sitting ministers who met with Pervez Musharraf included Babar Ghauri, Pir Mazhar ul Haq and Nazar Muhammad Gondal while ex-ministers Ch Shahbaz, Umer Ayub and Faisal Saleh Hayyat also called on him. Prime Ministers Advisor on Petroleum Asim Hussain is also likely to meet Musharraf, the channel claimed. Earlier, Pervez Musharraf consulted senior counsel Hafeez Pirzada in London over the Supreme Court notice. The meeting lasted two hours and different legal aspects were discussed in it. Talking to media after the meeting, Pervez Musharraf said that he would go to Pakistan and face the case proceeding in the court if needed. He said he had engaged his legal experts in this connection. He further said that he would devise future strategy after having a detailed discussion with his legal brains. PPI ADDS: Former President Gen Pervez Musharraf has called Advocate Sharifuddin Pirzada to London for legal assistance ensuing issuance of notice by Supreme Court for imposition of emergency and sacking judges on November 03, 2007. Talking to reporters here Thursday, former attorney general Malik Abdul Qayyum said the former president would take decision after making legal consultations with Sharifuddin Pirzada. He said Musharraf has called Sharifuddin Pirzada to London in this regard and any decision by the former president would be taken after due consultations. He said it was expected that Pirzada would pursue Musharrafs case in the apex court. The former attorney general said he had a telephonic conversation with Musharraf but was not being asked to pursue his case. He further said he had advised the former president to defend himself in the court. However, he said Musharraf would take any decision after consulting Pirzada. On July 22, Supreme Court summoned former president Pervez Musharraf to explain his extra constitutional acts such as sacking of countrys top judiciary and imposition of emergency rule on November 3, 2007.