The Pakistan Ex-Servicemen's Association adopted a unanimous resolution in this regard during a meeting in the garrison city of Rawalpindi on Sunday.
The meeting was addressed by top retired officials like former Inter-Services Intelligence agency chiefs Lt Gen Asad Durrani and Lt Gen Hameed Gul and former army chief Gen Mirza Aslam Baig.
The former military personnel also demanded that Musharraf should face legal action for the killing of Baloch nationalist leader Akbar Bugti in an army operation in 2006.
Presenting the resolution, Gul said the judges deposed during the 2007 emergency should be reinstated and the judiciary restored to its former position.
He said the ex-servicemen would back the upcoming "long march" of the lawyers' movement to press for the restoration of deposed judges.
Gul said the anti-militancy operation in the North West Frontier Province and Balochistan should be stopped immediately and the army withdrawn from these areas.
The problem in these provinces should be solved through parliament. He said that if the US did not stop drone attacks in Pakistan's tribal areas, the unmanned aircraft should be shot down.
He also called for changes in the army's set-up and the creation of a commission comprising representatives of the ex-servicemen. He said army chief's unlimited powers should be curtailed.