NEW JERSEY (Online) - Former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf has denied striking any deal before tendering resignation as countrys head of state, saying he is ready to appear before the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Addressing the Pak-American Cultural Society here, he said that promulgation of National Reconciliation Ordinance was vital because the courts failed to decide corruption cases against PPP slain Chairperson Benazir Bhutto and other political leaders. Pakistan possesses extraordinary capabilities and current leadership is responsible for countrys current situation, he said, adding that he would soon return to homeland. The former President went on to say that he is ready to appear before the SC if any case against him was filed. He said he is expecting justice from the judiciary. During stay in US, the Pakistani community not only welcome me wholeheartedly but also backed my stance on national issues, he said.