1971 All Over Again – PPP repeating History !

Circulated from the Emergency Times Mailing List, originally Ibitians by Syed Ali Hameed

Zulfiqar Ali BhuttoIn 1971, the Chairperson of the PPP, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, refused to acknowledge the mandate of the people of East Pakistan and prevented a democratically elected government from functioning. Notwithstanding the mess that our “great” army had left us with, it was the PPP Chairperson who had adorned complete dictatorial stature and threatened to break legs of anyone who would attend the assembly inauguration session in Dhaka. Bangladeshis resisted and eventually took up arms and fought for independence. Pakistan had lost its most populous province and split into two.

Today, another PPP Chairperson has engineered a verdict that refuses to give the democratically elected government its right to function. Zardari is doing exactly what Bhutto had done in 1971 – eliminating all challenges that may come in his way to become another “Civilian Martial Law Administrator”. It was Sheikh Mujeeb, the rightfully elected leader of Pakistan, who was the biggest challenge to Bhutto’s throne. For Zardari, it is the rightful Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, who will not only revoke the NRO but also put an end to the stretches of today’s corruption.

Similarly just as Yahya Khan had called on the services of the army under the leadership of General Niazi to suppress the resistance, the rangers have been put on the command of Musharraf’s right hand, Salman Taseer.

This is not to suggest that the other parties are angels. Far from it. How can we forget our own history. PML-N had been dictatorial in its term from 1997-1999, MQM still terrorizes people of urban Sindh and JI still promotes religious hatred and bigotism. However none of them one can match PPP when it adopts dictatorial attitudes in the hide of being democratic.

Let’s hope another separation movement does not start and Zardari is democratically removed before Pakistan splits into two yet again.


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61 responses to “1971 All Over Again – PPP repeating History !”

  1. Freedom Avatar
    Freedom

    Dont mess with Big Brothers of Pakistan, we have our own army and a league of our own. We will bulldoze all till government is restored to our League at every level, from federal to local.

  2. iFaqeer Avatar

    BEFORE the finger-pointing, the circular firing squad, the "gol jirga", starts, allow me to quote here what I contributed to the discussion on Facebook of the same piece:

    Which way to the revolution, Samad? All I see is finger-pointing. I am not saying I disagree with anything said pro- or anti-Bhutto, or even Altaf or Imran. And I am not against open discussion on FB or anywhere. But what's the line of action? Samad, et al; how do we start a movement for upholding both the spirit and the letter of our constitution and the thoughts and aspirations of our founders?

    As for the Tehreek-e-Insaf, if I saw it doing something that had promise and not just indulging in rabble rousing–and rather ineffective rabble rousing at that, limited as it is to our Facebook crowd–and inflaming anger, I would sign up.

  3. Aamir Mughal Avatar

    Zardari is Miserably Imitating Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of 70s – 1

    http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/02/zardari-

    Zardari is Miserably Imitating Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of 70s – 2

    http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/02/zardari-

    Zardari, Tara Masih to democracy by Aziz Narejo

    http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/02/zardari-

  4. Unaiza Fatima Avatar
    Unaiza Fatima

    Is it the first time after 1971 that any "democratically" elected party was overrun by state machinery against people's wishes? Didn't this retard (Nawaz Sharif) himself do the same (actually much worse) with MQM in 1992? So was Pakistan's integrity compromised?

    I think Supreme Court's decision was timely and iconic that street circus cannot, and should not, affect the functionality of constitutional institutions like Supreme Court.

    I think people like Dr. Awab should be tried for treason for propagating nonsense ideas against Pakistan's integrity.

  5. barristerakc Avatar
    barristerakc

    Courtesy: Aeyaz Hassan, a dear friend.

    Nawaz Sharif government continued to tighten its grip over all levers of power, during 1998 and the first half of 1999, by using the accountability process for political purposes by harassing and arresting a number of prominent politicians and bureaucrats connected with the main opposition party; intimidating the press and forcing the Army Chief of Staff to seek early retirement.

    In a bid to assume absolute powers, the government introduced the 15th Constitutional Amendment in the name of making the Quran and Sunnah as the Supreme law of the country. Imposed Governor rule on the Sindh province after Nawaz Sharif himself held the MQM responsible for the murder of Hakeem Mohammad Saeed. He also named the killers that included a sitting MPA.

    The mental gulf between Punjab and the three smaller provinces widened and the nationalists from Sindh, the NWFP, Balochistan and the Seraiki belt of Punjab formed an alliance, named Pakistan's Oppressed Nations Movement (PONAM) to wage a struggle to attain provincial autonomy.

    Human rights situation remained critical with frequent extra-judicial killings and arbitrary arrests.

    Nawaz Sharif flew to London from New York, on Sept. 26, 1998, to meet the MQM leader Altaf Hussain in a bid to muster his support for the Shariat bill.. It was reported after a 90-minute meeting that the MQM will not support the government on the bill and called for its withdrawal.(This was one of the reasons that Nawaz Sharif ended PML coalition government with the MQM in Sindh.)

    The Shariat Bill was even criticized by major religious parties. Jamat-e-Islami Amir, Qazi Hussain Ahmad was of the view that the government was not sincere in introducing the Islamic law and the Shariat bill was aimed at diverting people's attention from its follies and anti-Pakistan actions at internal and external fronts. "The Shariat bill had been tabled to make people forget government's complicity in the US attack on Afghanistan, its intentions to sign the CTBT and accept the World Bank and the IMF conditions and the problems created by inflation and lawlessness in the country." He said Nawaz Sharif wanted to make directives and actions of the federal government superior to the constitution and judgment of courts through the Shariat bill.

    On October 28, 1998, it suddenly dawned upon Mian Nawaz Sharif that his erstwhile partners in power were terrorists. At his press conference, he directly accused the MQM of involvement in the assassination of Hakeem Saeed. He even named certain people, among them that of a sitting MPA. It was unprecedented by any account. Nobody holding the post of Prime Minister had ever made such a flagrant indictment of a political party during the 50 years' history of Pakistan.

    Two days after the Prime Minister's public indictment, governor's rule was imposed in Sindh, but the assembly was neither dissolved nor suspended.

    Hakeem Saeed's murder on Oct. 17, 1998 proved to be an opportunity for Mian Nawaz Sharif, on the one hand, to pacify growing resentment in certain sections within his party over what they thought was his bending over backwards to appease and pamper the MQM, and on the other hand, to control Sindh directly without any shaky intermediaries and with an iron fist.

    After a couple of weeks later, the armed forces were given powers under section 245 of the Constitution with the avowed objective of weeding out terrorism and restoring law and order in a city that had defied all previous attempts at doing so. The forces were supposed to set up military courts soon afterwards, but the GHQ took up to December 7 to do so. The initial plan had given just three days to decide a case, but the military authorities apparently felt the period was too short. Military courts had sentenced seven people to death within a couple of weeks, among them a thirteen-year-old boy. Hundreds of other political workers, supporters and even common men were arrested. Nearly all of them belong to Muttahida, two of whose top leaders, Shoaib Bukhari and Wakil Jamali, were among the first to be picked up, beaten up and interrogated in an unbelievable number of cases. Mr. Bokhari alone faces around 150 cases on an assortment of charges.

    The government of Nawaz Sharif has used the accountability process — which supposedly was designed to expose previous wrong-doing, recoup ill-gotten gains, and restore public confidence in government institutions — for political purposes by harassing and arresting a number of prominent politicians and bureaucrats connected with the main opposition party.

    On April 15, 1999, an Ehtesab Bench of Lahore High Court convicted Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari and sentenced them to undergo five years' imprisonment each, and to pay a fine of $8.6 million. The court also ordered their disqualification as members of the parliament, as well as confiscation of their property. The Ehtesab Bench, comprising Justice Malik Qayyum and Justice Najmul Hasan Kazmi, held that the pre-shipment contract to the Swiss company, SGS, was awarded by the former Prime Minister "alone" at the behest of and in abatement with Zardari.

  6. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    People hold your horses,it is not the question of Punjab,Sindh,Balouchistan or Sarhad.

    This time Awam would not die.We would not come out in the roads ,we have one life and no money.Let the rich die this time ,do we need any these corrupt leaders.

    Let them die who kill us for their power.

    History would not be repeated.We the people of Pakistan will change the history.

    We are people we are poor and we stand united.

  7. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    No Zulfiqar,Mujib,Nawaz,Zardarior anyone else in the name of religion ,politics or ethnicity will demage us.

    This is our homeland we cannot go anywhere.

    They can go to exile and live where they want ?

    They have Swiss account and Palaces around the world.

    Let them go.

  8. iFaqeer Avatar

    Unaiza, ideas should never be prosecuted. Actions, yes. Incitement, maybe. But not just the expression of ideas.

  9. KarimG Avatar
    KarimG

    Once a Wadera….always a Wadera, can't teach old dog new tricks!

  10. Munaeem Avatar

    "Mr Sharif’s first visitor after the court’s decision was Bryan Hunt, the American consul-general in Lahore."

    WHY DID HE MEET HIM?

  11. VKA Avatar
    VKA

    This is nothing new about unjust decision – please be prepared to see more to follow in the coming days and it will continue to flow out till the time peoples at the top enjoys the fruits of NRO.

  12. mf Avatar
    mf

    we should not equate Mujib-ur-Rehman and Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry. These two people, their situations and posts are totally different. Mujib had his own agenda based on the 6-point formula, which, if implemented, would eventually have led to the break up of Pakistan! However, I do not condone Bhutto or Yahya's actions at that time either, they could have dealt with him in a more democratic way and repelled him and his nefarious designs. Today's situation is different from 1971.

  13. Nikki Avatar

    M still unaware of the fact that the Chief Justice would be the sole bearer to eliminate all the dirty spots from our Country's table, it's just that everybody is just so into oneself that truth doesnt look so True anymore. I havent felt justice being held even when the Chief was in-order?

    For me Zardari is just like Bush covered in Huge Black Mustaches.

  14. guYa-sir Avatar
    guYa-sir

    The Pak condition is Topsy-Turvy and poor pakies are pawns in this demo game. Democracy and Dictatorship both derive from each other and D stands for Devil and they serve [him] rather than serving to their own peoples. D is Devil-Dictatorship in both Civilian and Military rules.

    I've never voted any of these looters not even MQM despite I'm urdu speaker they all belong to same cabal means Luteray by giving them vote means you chose your slavery from your own hands and you selected Luteray who will suck your pocket and make ye bankrupt.

    They are looting our national treasures, giving us IMF rules and making us more poor under the guise of demo and waging gratuitous war on [us]

    I've said soon after Z elected as president.pk that Z will do da same what his f-in-law did in 1970s and he will also die like ZAB rather die like a mad-dog soon

    Henry Kissinger once cynically noted that

    "Being an American ally is more dangerous than being its enemy"
    http://1984usa.com/higherlearning/?p=1079

  15. Mohammad Ali Avatar

    The Opening para of the post is quite misleading….

    It gives the impression that after Bhutto's refusal to recognize the Awami League's mandate, East Pakistan took up arms and fought for independence. As if Bhutto's stance was a sole catalyst of the 1971 blood bath. I really didnt thought someone as respected as Dr. Awab would make or host such a misleading blog entry.

    What about the Urdu/Bengali controversy of the National Language in the times of Mr. Jinnah himself? The 1952 state operations against Bengali as a national language activists? The Dhaka Medical College Massacre 1954? The unjust division of export revenue in times of Gen. Ayub? The pre-election infamous Operation Searchlight?

    Bear in mind that Mr. Bhutto came to power on 17th Dec. 1971, and his infamous speech warning anyone from attending N.A. meeting in Dhaka was well before that, even before he was a sworn Member of Parliament.

    His speeches were obviously a catalyst for infuriating the Bengalis towards West Pakistan, but, offcourse, their timing was a few month before the breakaway of 'Bangledesh', during the height of military operation and armed resistance of pro-independence Bengali groups, they were made as a politician who had no official power or say in the state matters, especially in times of Gen. Yayha.

    Not defending Bhutto or PPP, but merely putting facts in the right order.

  16. QaimKhani Avatar
    QaimKhani

    Muhammad Ali,

    Not defending Bhutto or PPP, but merely putting facts in the right order

    ๐Ÿ™‚ yeah right!!!

  17. Mohammad Ali Avatar

    ๐Ÿ™‚ yeah since you've pointed out it looks so

  18. Dentist Avatar

    It doesn't matter who is in charge Bhutto or any Big Brother what does matter is not to die in the name of them and to not kill anyone just because they want so. They really don't care about you and me they just want to rule and feel like they are the middle of the universe worshiped all the day round. If you stop listening to them and start following your paths the things get better in no time.

  19. Syed Avatar
    Syed

    Dentist whether you remain insdie or out, when geath is written for you, it will take you even if you are hiding in a fort of steel.

    So your logic of saving lives does not hold goood to stop people from protesting.

    Nations have to suffer and putin sacrifices in order to gain honour and dignity in the world community as well as to get our civic and democratic rights.

    No sacrifice and no gains. An educated mind only can think positively. Selfish people can only think of themselves and therefore the country suffers. If one Pakistani is suffering from oppression, its the duty of all the brother Pakistanis to help him. Else the corrupt power hungry giants in military and civil beaucracy will eat them alive. If u have any doubt, goto any police station, or NADRA office or PTCL office and u will get the taste of real life of Pakistanis.

    Wakeup for our childrens sake.

  20. QaimKhani Avatar
    QaimKhani

    Syed,

    I think the educated ones shouldn't sacrifice themselves but make the sacrifice of the *SACRED COWS OF PAKISTAN*.

  21. zeenat Avatar

    A dumb move by a corrupt president against an even dumber and manipulated politician..

    All these years and they don't seem to have learned anything..

    Pity the nation!

  22. Munaeem Avatar

    In my opinion, he should have called an emergency session of the Punjab Assembly in accordance with article 131(2A) of the constitution.

  23. Munaeem Avatar

    Zardari made a mistake. Mian Shahib is agravating the situation by burning public properties.

    I think Supreme Court decision has greatly ehanced his popularity.

  24. Lone Wolf Avatar
    Lone Wolf

    Awab alvi has started getting some funding from Mian Sb as well ?

  25. Desi Avatar
    Desi

    What rubbish Awab!!! This is a supreme court decision, I think you should also be hold for contempt of court.

    I am not pro anyone as I know for a fact that neither Zardari, nor nawaz nor imran nor Altaf or anyone of those so called 'leaders' will bring any prosperity. All of them only care about their own prosperity. But to say that PPP is responsbile for all ill isn't very true. You can be against PPP but don't be so blatantly biased…

  26. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    Well !Many people have flaunted Awab on writing the headline as 1971.

    I appreciate it.Seeing the past history of Nawaz , Sajjad Shah episode,I welcome the decission but considering the aftermath I think Court is suppose to respect the public openion particularly one which has been demonstrated through votes.

    I see a huge similarity in both 1971 when Bhutto undermined the will of Bangali voters and the now Supreme court repeating the same mistake.

    Particularly when Shahbaz himself was doing a good job and people were satisfied under his management.

    Awab has very reponsibly brought out history into present so that our institutions should be ashamed of disrespecting the Public openion and demand.

    It is no one else but the very institutions of Pakistan who are suppose to promote people will are busy curtailing them.

    PPP has lost its mass support.

  27. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    I do not like these soft colours of Bhutto though in the picture he was a man of ideas,intellect and power.It is dificult to find a passionate and robust personality like him in Sub-continent.

    Sometimes I am surprised how come daughter of Bhutto had to compromise so much that she never acted like Bhutto.

  28. mf Avatar
    mf

    Equating this situation with that of 1971 is not a very wise move! This crisis has come out becuase of a judicial decision not as a result of someone disrespecting someone else's mandate. Although the PPP is doing that now in Punjab and it seems that all this was preplanned. However, Mujib always had an agenda to break up Pakistan playing upon the injustices done to the East Pakistanis and the support of India, and he did little to keep that as a secret. Many historians testify to this fact!

    However, I dont think Sharifs have such an agenda, this is more a battle for power and control in the largest province of the country. In 1971, Bhutto was not ready to let Mujib become the Prime Minister therefore he called for boycotting the NA session in Dhaka and might have forced Yahya to use military force against the dissenting Bengali population. That proved the nail in the coffin for events which were already building up to eventually lead to the break up of Pakistan. Thus, in today's scenario, the situation is different from then and the events and ideologies which have caused this crisis are also totally different from 1971!

  29. mf Avatar
    mf

    Many people have inferred from Nawaz Sharif's call for civil servants and the police force to stop obeying the orders of the Punjab government as treason and a statement which could lead to a 1971 kind of uprising in Punjab akin to the one in East Pakistan at that time. Indeed the call by Mujib then for civil disobedience was made to enforce the break up of the country, however, Mian sb i think has made this call out of sheer desperation and in a rush of blood. He has again displayed considerable political immaturity and it seems he has no idea what kind of a reaction and disastrous consequences this could have led to! Even the PML-N leaders have struggled to defend this in various talk shows! The disqualification of Nawaz might prove to be a blessing in disguise for the PML-N as they could certainly do with someone of a better calibre than Nawaz Sharif at the helm of their leadership!

  30. Behold Avatar
    Behold

    This seems to be the only reason, why Zardari Co, slept with the Talibans in Swat

    He wanted only one opposition at a time….

  31. Adnan Siddiqi Avatar

    Don't you guys get tired of political whining? ๐Ÿ™‚

    The world is very beautiful. As the ghalib says: Sirao Se agay jahan Aur bhe hain. Enjoy your weekend with families guys!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. Adnan Siddiqi Avatar

    read Sirao as SITARO

  33. Munaeem Avatar

    Adnan

    Politics affects our lives. We need to snatch it from the crooks and liars.

  34. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    @MF

    good analysis,agreed,there is no separatist movement in Punjab.

  35. rhea Avatar
    rhea

    I take strong exception to the assumption that Pakistan might yet split up again and I would thank you not to fuel a figment of the West’s wild imagination of “divide and rule” this nation.

    Secondly, if the CJ was truly all about “decisions for a better Pakistan” he would’ve realized the cost to the nation at this individual-focused diatribe that he’s been running for a year now.

    When we agree that none of the “parties are angels” then the only large premise, to work under, is the country and nation’s good at large. But do you see even a single person going out on their limb for that unselfish motive? Reinstate the CJ and start all over again… wasn’t the argument to let the “democratic setup run its course no matter how ugly” because without it an improved version is not possible? You have an issue with the courts? Sure, file petitions, lobby for acts in the Parliament instead of undermining and weakening already fragile and feeble institutions. Set a trend worth following instead of a blazing trail of tires and destruction.

  36. fa Avatar
    fa

    Joke of the day

    Clown from london speaking in support of PPP

  37. Munaeem Avatar

    "Clown from london speaking in support of PPP"

    This is called REALPOLITIC.

  38. Munaeem Avatar

    Nawaz has not raised the slogan of separatism. However, he has created a situation which can lead to the break-up of Pakistan.

  39. farrah, k.raja Avatar
    farrah, k.raja

    What breakup of Pakistan?

    Why people have so much wierd dreams?

  40. Munaeem Avatar

    Our Army has develop a mercenary attitude. They have been fighting for Americans for more than 3 decades. Leaders never tried build a Pakistani nationality.

    What else do you need to break a country?

  41. Aeyaz Hassan Avatar
    Aeyaz Hassan

    Mr. Altaf Hussain, Chief of MQM, has advised Mr. Mian Nawaz Sharif to behave in a democratic manner. He said it is his right to register his protest over the disqualification verdict given by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He told him to do it in a democratic manner.

    He said these words while addressing a massive rally on Sunday.

    In my opinion, Mr. Altaf Hussain has given him the right advice because politics of confrontation will increase instability in the country. Pakistan is passing though a very difficult time. Political turmoil will encourage the enemies of Pakistan to carry out their subversive activities.

    It is said what that whatever a man sows that he shall reap. Does he remember that he imposed governor’s rule in Sind province for 11 months.

  42. Aeyaz Hassan Avatar
    Aeyaz Hassan

    Nawaz Sharif government continued to tighten its grip over all levers of power, during 1998 and the first half of 1999, by using the accountability process for political purposes by harassing and arresting a number of prominent politicians and bureaucrats connected with the main opposition party; intimidating the press and forcing the Army Chief of Staff to seek early retirement.

    In a bid to assume absolute powers, the government introduced the 15th Constitutional Amendment in the name of making the Quran and Sunnah as the Supreme law of the country. Imposed Governor rule on the Sindh province after Nawaz Sharif himself held the MQM responsible for the murder of Hakeem Mohammad Saeed. He also named the killers that included a sitting MPA.

    The mental gulf between Punjab and the three smaller provinces widened and the nationalists from Sindh, the NWFP, Balochistan and the Seraiki belt of Punjab formed an alliance, named Pakistan's Oppressed Nations Movement (PONAM) to wage a struggle to attain provincial autonomy.

    Human rights situation remained critical with frequent extra-judicial killings and arbitrary arrests.

    Nawaz Sharif flew to London from New York, on Sept. 26, 1998, to meet the MQM leader Altaf Hussain in a bid to muster his support for the Shariat bill.. It was reported after a 90-minute meeting that the MQM will not support the government on the bill and called for its withdrawal.(This was one of the reasons that Nawaz Sharif ended PML coalition government with the MQM in Sindh.)

    The Shariat Bill was even criticized by major religious parties. Jamat-e-Islami Amir, Qazi Hussain Ahmad was of the view that the government was not sincere in introducing the Islamic law and the Shariat bill was aimed at diverting people's attention from its follies and anti-Pakistan actions at internal and external fronts. "The Shariat bill had been tabled to make people forget government's complicity in the US attack on Afghanistan, its intentions to sign the CTBT and accept the World Bank and the IMF conditions and the problems created by inflation and lawlessness in the country." He said Nawaz Sharif wanted to make directives and actions of the federal government superior to the constitution and judgment of courts through the Shariat bill.

    On October 28, 1998, it suddenly dawned upon Mian Nawaz Sharif that his erstwhile partners in power were terrorists. At his press conference, he directly accused the MQM of involvement in the assassination of Hakeem Saeed. He even named certain people, among them that of a sitting MPA. It was unprecedented by any account. Nobody holding the post of Prime Minister had ever made such a flagrant indictment of a political party during the 50 years' history of Pakistan.

    Two days after the Prime Minister's public indictment, governor's rule was imposed in Sindh, but the assembly was neither dissolved nor suspended.

    Hakeem Saeed's murder on Oct. 17, 1998 proved to be an opportunity for Mian Nawaz Sharif, on the one hand, to pacify growing resentment in certain sections within his party over what they thought was his bending over backwards to appease and pamper the MQM, and on the other hand, to control Sindh directly without any shaky intermediaries and with an iron fist.

    After a couple of weeks later, the armed forces were given powers under section 245 of the Constitution with the avowed objective of weeding out terrorism and restoring law and order in a city that had defied all previous attempts at doing so. The forces were supposed to set up military courts soon afterwards, but the GHQ took up to December 7 to do so. The initial plan had given just three days to decide a case, but the military authorities apparently felt the period was too short. Military courts had sentenced seven people to death within a couple of weeks, among them a thirteen-year-old boy. Hundreds of other political workers, supporters and even common men were arrested. Nearly all of them belong to Muttahida, two of whose top leaders, Shoaib Bukhari and Wakil Jamali, were among the first to be picked up, beaten up and interrogated in an unbelievable number of cases. Mr. Bokhari alone faces around 150 cases on an assortment of charges.

    The government of Nawaz Sharif has used the accountability process — which supposedly was designed to expose previous wrong-doing, recoup ill-gotten gains, and restore public confidence in government institutions — for political purposes by harassing and arresting a number of prominent politicians and bureaucrats connected with the main opposition party.

    On April 15, 1999, an Ehtesab Bench of Lahore High Court convicted Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari and sentenced them to undergo five years' imprisonment each, and to pay a fine of $8.6 million. The court also ordered their disqualification as members of the parliament, as well as confiscation of their property. The Ehtesab Bench, comprising Justice Malik Qayyum and Justice Najmul Hasan Kazmi, held that the pre-shipment contract to the Swiss company, SGS, was awarded by the former Prime Minister "alone" at the behest of and in abatement with Zardari.

  43. Munaeem Avatar

    ๐Ÿ™‚ Aeyaz posted my blog post as comment here.

  44. Khanzada Avatar
    Khanzada

    Aeyaz Hassan,

    Mr. Altaf Hussain, Chief of MQM, has advised Mr. Mian Nawaz Sharif to behave in a democratic manner

    Yai monh aur masoor kee daal. Had Altaf Hussain himself adhered to his own advise, we wouldn't have seen carnages in the past, in the name of *Muhajir Nazaria*.

    I don't havy any sympathy for Nawaz too, for me I wish some one strong enough(may be from Army) come forward and behead all the corrupt politicians and Generals as well.

  45. Khanzada Avatar
    Khanzada

    Check this out

    Well, Altaf Hussain used to call Jamat-e-Islami as the Munafiqs and now look who else is falling in the same category…

    Mr. Altaf Hussain,

    Please take this fake sympathy to some where else. We Muhajirs are tired of this shit going on and on. If you are so sympathatic to *Shaheed* mohtarama (the organizer of Pakka Qila operation) why don't you bring your sorry A$$ here in Karachi and then may be your words would mean any thing.

  46. Khanzada Avatar
    Khanzada

    Sorry forgot to paste thelink…

    http://www.jang.net/jm/3-1-2009/pic.asp?picname=0

  47. fa Avatar
    fa

    Sindh ki beti

    Sindh dirhti ki behurmti

    So much for being democratic patriotic to Pakistan!

    who is raising the slogans of separatism?

  48. yaseen ch Avatar

    Its only Altaf hussain whose tone reflects that he want to separate other than him there is no one and yesterdays rally is clear proof of it as of may 12.

  49. dr.jawwadkhan Avatar
    dr.jawwadkhan

    @khanzada!

    bravo.

    "kaliya" the rajni kant is trying hard to continue this current political circus because he knows that if chohadry iftikhar is reinstated he will kick the thuggish butt of MQM.

    @teeth maestro

    rafay kashmiri wrote one funny poem in bloggingwomenpakistan.just read and enjoy:

    " apnay dentist ki nazar,

    mushkil behar mein, filbadih arz he,

    mulk mein, barhtey ja rehay hein, mehngai farosh,

    dundaansazon ke dandt, kiun jharey ja rehay hein

    hamein to, jharney ki shikayat yunbhi rehti he,

    blogg par goya, doobtay ubhartay ja rehay hein

    Sukhanwari pe jinko naaz hey apni, wo farmaien,

    ye daant, kis khushi mein ukhairay ja rehay hien

    Rafay Kashmiri