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Message from Aitzaz Ahsan to Pakistanis

The following video has been obtained by Student Action Committee through special arrangements and SAC is releasing it for the general audience right now.

The video includes a message to the people of Pakistan followed by a very inspirational poem by none other than Honorable Aitzaz Ahsan. It is addressed particularly to the youth and future leaders of Pakistan who have been actively opposing oppression of the current regime and continuing the struggle for the restoration of the judiciary even when the main leaders are still kept under illegal custody or house-arrest.

This video is HIGHLY inspirational and I would recommend all of you to watch it.


  • Adnan Younus |

    Sir i m from karachi, request yeh hay k hamary wakeelon main ksi k pass bhi Pakistan ka flag nai tha. hum is waqt ki taraki k liy lerd rhay hain is liy please is baat per bhi gooor krain.


    Adnan from Karachi

    Director Admin of Local channel

    AKS TV

  • Aamir Mughal |

    BoP scam – Accused claims Aitzaz took Rs 30m to provide relief Aaj Kal Report Sunday, December 13, 2009 http://dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=200912

    LAHORE: Supreme Court Bar Association former president Aitzaz Ahsan charged Rs 30 million for getting a favourable verdict in the Rs 9 billion Bank of Punjab (BoP) scam case, Haris Steel Mills Director Sheikh Munir has claimed. Munir levelled the charges in a video statement while officials of the National Accountability Bureau were taking him for a court hearing.

    He said that Aitzaz had requested the Supreme Court to transfer the BoP case to some other bench, as he had announced during the lawyers’ movement that he would not appear before any bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. However, the case is still being heard by the chief justice. Munir said besides Aitzaz, Babar Awan, Ali Waseem, Malik Qayyum, Sharifuddin Pirzada and several others had received millions of rupees to clear Haris Steel’s name from the scam, but none of them was pursuing the case now. Munir and his brother, Haris Steel Chief Executive Sheikh Afzal, are accused of securing a loan of Rs 9 billion on bogus documents in connivance with the bank’s officials.