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Zardari terms Murree accord a political statement–>PPP Turning into another PML-Q

Last night in an interview with Dr. Shahid Masood Zardari showed his reservation and finally his clear and true instance on the Judiciary issue.

As it was expected from Mr. 10% that sooner or later his greed , lust of power

and nature to betray his people will over come his newly emerginga image as a

so called leader.

We appeal to the whole nation to keep their spirits high and keep their war against

injustice and dictatorship continue because we can not leave our beloved country

in the hands of opportunists like PPP,PML,JUI etc who are now joining hands

with the BUSH’s pet dictator against whom they got vote.

SO GET READY FOR A CRUICIAL ROUND OF FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE OF JUSTICE!

LAWYERS,STUDENTS,PROFESSIONALS,JOURNALISTS,BLOGGERS,TEACHERS,SINCERE POLITICAL WORKERS,

LABOUR UNIONS,FARMERS OR ANY OTHER PAKISTANI WHO IS SINCERE WITH PAKISTAN

GET READY FOR A FIGHT FOR OUR NATIONAL SURVIVAL.

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Zardari terms Murree accord a political statement (The News)

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan People’s Party Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Monday went back on his word about judges’ restoration in 30 days, agreed in the Murree Declaration.

Talking to Dr Shahid Masood in a Geo News programme “Meray Mutabiq”, he said what he along with Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif announced in Murree was just a political statement and it could be interpreted in different ways.

He said, “What he said was not a Hadith and the Murree Declaration was just a political agreement.” He said the countdown for judges’ return was being carried out only by Geo that was off the air and his party restored it. When reminded that the ban on Geo was lifted before the elections, he said the channel was restored without its main actors. He told Dr Shahid Masood that you yourself were among those who were removed from the scene.

He said his government would never ban private TV channels for airing dissenting views. He said, in clear terms, that a resolution and an executive order for judges’ restoration would be accompanied by a constitutional package and these would be debated by parliament thoroughly.

When asked how many more days this process could take, he said at least two weeks. However, he did not commit to this deadline either. He said no existing judge of the Supreme Court would be shown the door.

When pointed out that in this case the number of judges would swell to unprecedented level, he said the population of the country has increased so there was a need for a larger Supreme Court.

He said the deposed judges return was not his mission, though he wanted to solve this problem because he thought that an injustice had been committed. He said the restoration of the judges is a complex issue and experts need time to sort it out. He said the question arises if an executive order is issued for the return of the judges and the court issues a stay order, then what would be the recourse.

He frequently referred to the excesses he faced during his eight-year confinement. He said he and his friends remained victim of the judiciary. He said the Supreme Court reverted a case against him to the accountability court despite the fact that he had already undergone the sentence. The accountability court judge, he remarked, told him that when a superior court could not give him justice, he would take the case afresh.

He said though it was not mentioned in the Murree Declaration, the judges were released by a single statement of the PPP premier. He disagreed with the view that the winds of change in the country started blowing following the historic no of the deposed chief justice to President Musharraf and the subsequent movement by lawyers.

He said the people did not vote for a lawyer whose both legs were broken and another PPP lawyer Zamurad Khan whose hand was broken during the lawyers’ movement. He said people have given them vote for ‘Roti, Kapra Aur Makan’ and not for judges’ restoration.

He said neither he wanted nor he thought that Nawaz Sharif would part ways with him after April 30, the original deadline for the restoration of the judges. He said his main agenda is reconciliation and the restoration of the judges was only a part of it. He said he visited the graves of erstwhile rivals in the spirit of reconciliation.

He said not a single megawatt was added to the electricity in the country during the last eight years. He said he wanted to take stock of the economic situation of the country. He said he had applied for tickets to the party and may contest polls from Larkana and a few seats from the Punjab. However, he said the final decision in this regard would be taken later.

Zardari said he wanted to see Aitzaz in parliament, though the latter boycotted the elections. The decision about awarding ticket to Aitzaz, he said, would be taken by the party board. He said he did not want to become prime minister even if he decided to contest the polls and became a member of parliament.

He categorically said that Yousuf Raza Gilani would remain premier for five years. If he wanted to get this slot, he would have got it in the beginning as a matter of his right, Zardari said. He said a sort of post-mortem of late Benazir Bhutto was undertaken at the Rawalpindi Hospital and the establishment kept the report secret. He said the concerned doctors would be asked about this in due course of time. He said he did not want Musharraf to continue as president for five years.

History Repeats it self—>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 4)

January 29, 2008 Leave a comment

A real threat during that time emerged was BLA
(Balauchistan Liberation Army) lead by Late Balach
Mari. It is now confirmed by many sources that he was
backed by the Indian and Israeli intelligence
(remember Kurdistan movement in Iraq) and obviously
India and Israel cannot do it without American support
and permission.

There are more than ten consulates and information
centers of India operating in Afghanistan and one
can easily understand the purpose keeping in mind how
many Afghans are interested in going to India or what
is population of Afghanistan?

One more thing to consider Balach mari died in an air
attack in Afghanistan recently by NATO forces.

Also if you look at their media you will realize the
intensity of the propaganda against terrorist activities
in Pakistan and its nuclear assets and they don’t need to
find much material on their own our beloved dictator
provides them all in his justifications to remain in power.

Now just look why these forces are playing this whole
game?

1) To accomplish their Zionist goals in the Middle
East and Pakistan is a real hurdle because of its
Islamic foundations, friendship with Arabs and nuclear
capability (Search Terms: Greater Israel, Armageddon).
2) To cater China’s growing power and influence
in the region (search terms: String of pearls, Gawadar
port, China).
3) To de nuclearize Pakistan, the only Islamic country
to have it.
4) To strengthen the hold on the natural resources in
the region.
5) To stop the re emerging threat of Russia as power
center.

But there are certain challenges these forces are
facing like Pakistan is not a small country like
Afghanistan, it has a real strong military, it is a
nuclear power and also it has some sort of a solid
ideological foundation so to overcome these challenges
they have first decided to weaken the country
internally and so far the things which are supporting
them are that Pakistan has a power hungry elite,
discrimination between ethnic and sectarian groups is
getting wider (in fact they are using it really
efficiently), institutions are getting weak, power is
centered to one man (who is a patriotic person, I
believe but his lust for power and his own political
and ideological agenda is very damaging for the
foundations of Pakistan), military and people are
fighting with each other in northern parts,
involvement of military in politics (General Kiyani is
taking some good initiatives to reduce the role of
Army in civil affairs) and high illiteracy rate.

I still believe that our nation has the strength to
overcome these challenges, we just need to take
actions in the right direction and for that right
leadership is required which I have no doubts in
saying that Mr Musharraf is not able to provide. Most
of the challenges we are facing (in fact he is facing
them more) are the result of his wrong policies which
he thinks are the best possible options and
that’s what Mr. Saddam was doing.

People who believe that nothing can happen to us
because we are a nuclear power so sit and relax, they
need to look at the history and learn from the
destruction of the great Soviet Union.

May Allah unite us and show us the right path.

History Repeats it self –>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 1)

History Repeats it self –>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 2)

History Repeats it self –>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 3)

History Repeats it self—>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 3)

January 22, 2008 Leave a comment

In this so called war against terrorism the biggest sin Musharraf did was to make the country’s own army to fight with the people (the fight in northern Pakistan and later Lal Masjid etc).

In doing so they violated several constitutional points and it lead to a confrontation between the Supreme Court and the dictator (specially in the missing person’s case) and because of this (along with the issues of sugarcane, steel mills and other financial and constitutional issues) which lead to the action of 9 March by the dictator.

But the real thing which disturbed the dictator and the imperial power US is the rise of the Pakistani Civil society specially lawyers, students and the middle class who started nationwide protests against the actions of the dictator but to the disgrace of the government who meanwhile conquered ‘Lal Masjid’ by killing innocent children and women, the decision from the full court bench under Justice Ramday reinstated CJP Iftikhar Chaudhary.

After the reinstating of the CJP the judiciary and the lawyers community felt that they should now seriously think and do something for the supremacy of law in the country which Musharraf and his pet politicians named ‘judicial activism’.

After that the real hurdle Musharraf faced was to legitimize his illegal elections so to do that he imposed Martial Law in the country on 3rd of November (because there was a case under hearing against the illegal election of the dictator and he was sure that he will lose it on the grounds of merit).

Meanwhile the US support for the dictator and his illegal actions continued (only some surface statements were passed to please the US civil society and also to keep some points for making the future case against Musharraf as they did with Saddam, first encouraged him to do wrong actions and then made those actions the reason to invade a country and to kill thousands of innocent people).

To be continued……..

History Repeats it self –>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 2)

History Repeats it self –>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 1)

Imran asks parties to sort out exit strategy for Musharraf

January 12, 2008 Leave a comment

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Friday asked all political parties to sort out an exit strategy for Musharraf over his failure in controlling affairs of the government, which is posing a serious threat to the sovereignty of country.

“It is too late now, the country has already been going through worse economic, political and law and order crisis due to wrong policies of President Musharraf and all political parties must work out an exit strategy for Musharraf in the greater national interest,” Khan said.

“I intend to call a meeting of All Parties Democratic Alliance (APDM) to discuss options available for building national reconciliation on a common agenda and also I would contact parties outside the APDM including PML-N and PPP to bring them on board,” Khan said.

He said, “Deteriorating law and order situation in the country, heavy human losses due to army operations, increasing suicide attacks on personnel of law enforcing agencies, unemployment, skyrocketing prices of daily commodities, load shedding and negative statements by western officials about nuclear programme were posing a serious threat to the sovereignty of the country.”

To a question he suggested formation of a popular government (Awami) to hold free and fair elections in the country, and said that polls were not the solution for the prevailing national crisis, but transfer of power to civilian government according to will of people.

Khan alleged that West had been exploiting Pakistan for its own vested interests and wanted to roll back the nuclear programme by using these tactics.

Presenting a solution, Khan said that he would discuss his proposal with Asif Ali Zardari, PPP Co-Chairman during his visit and suggested an APC of APDM was a good platform to initiate towards facilitating Musharaf in his transfer of power to civilian government.

Khan criticised statement made by IAEA Chief Elbaradei on Pakistan’s nuclear assets and said, “Baradei hands are tainted with innocent Iraqi blood and statement about Pakistan only reflects hidden agenda of West against its nuclear programme,” Khan said.

He also said the coming elections would not be free and fair and public would not accept results and feared a massive public reaction in form of riots throughout the country.

History Repeats it self—>Comparison between Iraq-Saddam and Pakistan-Musharraf Situation(Part 1)

January 5, 2008 3 comments

History repeats it self because nobody seems to learn from it and that’s what is happening with us.

Our leaders specially and nation in general are repeating the same mistakes we did before or made by others like us in the past. Now I come straight to the point which I want to discuss (my brain storming is not allowing me to write any more starting lines).

In the 80’s Iraq was a key American ally and Saddam was the best friend America had in the region. Saddam’s regime was fully backed militarily and financially by the Americans specially during their conflict with Iran but what we saw on December 30th 2006? Saddam hanged by the American sponsored Iraqi government. We have lots of things to learn from this, during Saddam-US love patch US was making Saddam stronger and stronger and making Iraq weaker and weaker by using it against Iran and also by encouraging him to take actions against Shia Iraqis and Kurdish Sunni Iraqis and it is also to be noted that Kurdish movement is being supported secretly by Israel and also the American investment was there for other Saddam opposing forces so what America wanted to achieve from that?

By strengthening Saddam Iraq and weakening Iraq America successfully made Saddam the main power centre also during that time the US-CIA was able to start Iraq-Kuwait War and after that America started to attack the Iraqi power centre i.e. Saddam (and his government) by calling their best friend a dictator, a tyrant and …

Then with the help of US sanctions and support of anti-Saddam forces they were able to weak Saddam’s forces and government hold (making no fly zones etc) and after 9/11 during their course of modern day crusades (The so called War on Terror) they attacked Iraq and toppled Saddam’s government on the charges that they have developed WMD and called the Operation Enduring Freedom (Because US hates dictatorship, loves democracy, rule of law and freedom).

To be conitnued…

Lawyers continue their protests.

November 10, 2007 Leave a comment

QUETTA: The lawyers in the several district courts of Balochistan boycotted the proceedings even on the seventh day of their protests against the imposition of emergency.

The lawyers are observing black day in continuation of their protests here, while black flags have been hoisted on the Bar Rooms and the lawyers stayed away from the proceedings in the High Court, Session Courts and the District Courts for recording their protests.

Heavy contingents of police stand posted outside the courts, while the FC and police were patrolling the city. Besides Quetta, the lawyers boycotted courts at Zhob, Pishin, Qila Saifullah, Musakhel, Qila Abdullah, Ziarat, Qalat, Khuzdar, Mastung and other areas of the province.

Resistance in other parts of the country is also going on against the dictator. Students and professionals have also become the part of the struggle .

JOIN HANDS FOR JUSTICE AND RESIST THE DICTATORSHIP

November 6, 2007 3 comments

ASSALAM O ALAIKUM,

PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN!

IT’S TIME TO JOIN HANDS FOR THE SOUL PURPOSE OF JUSTICE IN OUR HOMELAND.

IT’S TIME THAT WE SHOULD STAND UP AND RESIST THE POWER HUNGRY DICTATORSHIP AND TELL THE DICTATOR THAT WE ARE NEITHER ANIMALS NOR SLAVES, WE ARE FREE PEOPLE OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.

OUR EFFORT WILL NOT BE FOR THE GREED OF POWER,GOVERNMENT,MONEY OR ANY OTHER EVIL DESIRE IT’S SOUL DESIRE IS THE FORMATION OF THE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE.

SO,

BLOGGERS,SPAMMERS, JOURNALISTS,LAWYERS,STUDENTS,DOCTORS,ENGINEERS,

ACCOUNTANTS AND ANY OTHER PERSON WHO WANT THE SYSTEM FOR JUSTICE

PLEASE JOIN OUR HAND.

SEND YOUR ARTICLES,COMMENTS,FEELINGS,EMAIL ADDRESSES OF THE GOVT.,POLITICAL PARTIES,INTELLECTUALS ETC TO SEND OUR POINT OF VIEW INFACT SPAM OUR POINT OF VIEW.

THE E-MAIL ADDRESS IS: united4justice@yahoo.com (or make ur own e-mail address and collect articles and then collectively send them on the address,ur identity will remain secret if u want means u can use a fake name etc for the articles)

If you know some other blogs,websites etc doing the same job also send there address and also if you own it add united4justice on blogroll.

MAY ALLAH HELP US IN THE EFFORT. 

LONG LIVE PAKISTAN!

Regards

A Pakistani

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