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His resignation is another link to this chain of significant ‘nos’ to an outdated and decadent mode of governance
March 31 will go down as a day when an unprecedented accountability of a military ruler was initiated.
For now, people of Pakistan seem to be drawing a virtual blank from leadership that must rescue the country.
Washington opted to hardly learn any lessons from terrible outcome of its decade-long ’80s covert war in Afghanistan.
The old narrative is unsustainable; a new one, along nationalist lines, will unite the anxious and probing Pakistanis.
All we see is patchwork of a response if not paralysis, in tackling an adversary who grows confident by the day.
Of the 36 questions raised by the Commission, more than 27 dealt with issues related to security.
The challenge is to turn this legally correct move of invoking article 6 against Musharraf into a wise one.
We can now genuinely say, Pakistan is no more at the crossroads. We have chosen a path towards rule of law.
Public sentiments cannot dictate decisions on NATO supply routes. Government must decide and take responsibility.