Mehbooba Mufti's remarks came after the two countries traded heavy fire on the LoC following ceasefire violations by Pakistan on Friday.
The 167-page detailed judgement was authored by Peshawar High Court Chief Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth, who headed the three-member court that sentenced Pervez Musharraf to death on Tuesday for subverting the Constitution.
The high treason trial of the former leader for clamping the state of emergency in 2007, had been pending since December 2013.
In an old video, former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf admits his country provided training to Kashmiri militants.
General (retd) Musharraf, now based in Dubai, also referred to Kargil conflict, and alleged that India was repeatedly threatening Pakistan despite Islamabad's peace overtures.
The former president's comment comes on the heels of Pulwama terror attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama after a Pakistan-sponsored JeM terrorist rammed an IED-laden vehicle into a convoy of the security forces.
General (retd) Musharraf, 75, was Pakistan's president between 2001 and 2008, before resigning to avoid impeachment.
Pakistan Cheif Justice directed the Dubai-based former dictator Musharraf to appear before the apex court to record his statement in the treason case against him.
Bhutto was killed along with 21 people in a gun-and-bomb attack outside Rawalpindi's Liaquat Bagh during an election rally on December 27, 2007.
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Musharraf claimed that a four-point initiation of peace was strategised by the former president and was put in implementation by the leadership of both countries.
Musharraf, 74, was indicted in March, 2014 on treason charges for imposing emergency in 2007
"Pervez Musharraf directly threatened my mother that the guarantee of her security upon her return to Pakistan depended on Bhutto's cooperation with the government," Bilawal said.
This statement has come almost a month after he claimed he was the biggest supporter of the two parties.
"What is happening in Kashmir should not be termed as terrorism. At least we (Pakistanis) should not call it that."
"Pakistan is a destination where terrorist can move around freely and fearlessly."
He also he was always in favour of using the Pakistan-based terror outfit to “supress” the Indian Army.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by BJP National President JP Nadda, party members and supporters on his arrival from US, after concluding Quad Summit, at AFS Palam in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Kamal Singh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives from US, after concluding Quad Summit, at AFS Palam in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Kamal Singh
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi interacts with the farmers and assures them of speedy redressal of their problems by the government, at Katar Singh Wala village in Bathinda.PTI Photo
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials during investigation after the death of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad President Mahant Narendra Giri Maharaj, at Baghambari Gaddi Math in Prayagraj.PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves to supporters on his arrival from US, after concluding Quad Summit, at AFS Palam in New Delhi. BJP National President JP Nadda also seen.PTI Photo/Kamal Singh
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