Clash of the charge sheets

Published: November 12, 2010

Pervez Musharraf has released a charge sheet agianst PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif. PHOTO: AFP

In his latest political move former President Pervez Musharraf released a charge sheet against PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif on Friday.

The charge sheet, which can be viewed on Musharraf’s Facebook page, contains several allegations.

The major charges include, corruption cases and wrongful use of powers as prime minister as well as chief minister of Punjab.

Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and others misused official resources causing a loss to the national exchequer of Rs 620million by developing 1800 acres of land in Raiwind at state expense.

Having relations with terrorists and conspiring against the democratic system.

Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and other party leaders practically share and proudly identify commonalities between PML-N and Taliban and they have very close ties and cordial relations with terrorists and banned terrorist outfits.

Maladministration, criminal assault on the Supreme Court (SC) and campaigning against the media.

In order to consolidate and attain more power, ‘the champion of democracy and independent judiciary’, Nawaz Sharif attacked every individual and institution, he felt could get in the way and challenge his authority.

Compromising on the Kashmir issue and being double minded about testing the atomic bomb.

The so called son of soil Nawaz Sharif virtually sold Kashmir in 1999 during Indian PM’s visit to Lahore. Nawaz Sharif deleted the word Kashmir from the joint declaration to please Indian counterpart.

Earlier the PML-N had also issued a 16-point charge sheet against the former president.

The main points of this sheet included Musharraf’s misuse of the army for his own cause and his war against the people of Pakistan.

He used Pakistan Army as his personal force undermining his professionalism and national character and showered patronage and favors like his previous military dictators to firm his grip on military which violated principles of merit and professional excellence

Corruption, Akbar Bugti’s murder and disappearances of people in Balochistan.

Thousands of Baloch political workers were made victims of enforced disappearance, with their family members still unaware of their whereabouts.

The Lal Masjid operation, attacking the judiciary and promulgation of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO).

In the process, hundreds of innocent girls and boys were butchered alive causing a severe reaction and strengthening the cause of extremist forces. The suicide bombs became a routine after a lal-Masjid incident.

Unconstitutional elections, and setting a record for the highest number of foreign visits by a head of state.

General Musharraf made a world record of foreign junkets and trips squandering billions of rupees from the national exchequer for his personal publicity and pleasure

With additional reporting by Ali Syed

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Reader Comments (64)

  • Copper
    Nov 12, 2010 - 6:43PM

    Dear General!

    Why were you sleeping and didn’t bring them to justice during your tenure? Instead you chose to bring NRO. Recommend

  • Ben
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:11PM

    General you were a great leader but you committed the blunder of sacking CJ in unceremonious manner leading to such circumstances which forced you to sleep with the devil through NRO. But you still remain a great leader.Recommend

  • Babruk
    Nov 12, 2010 - 9:07PM

    So Musharraf is our new Messiah. as if we have not seen his dictatorship. he had all the power that any democratic governemnt in Pakistan can ever imagine. but what did he do? had a fraudulent referendum. made prostitution out of the constitution. tried to further chain the judiciary. extend his rule and so on.
    He is whinning as if he was not allowed to rule for nine years.
    I hope we or hidden hands don’t bring him into power again.Recommend

  • Ubi Ali
    Nov 12, 2010 - 11:54PM

    if you weigh these charges with the justice, General’s charge sheet seems to me heavier then of Sharif brothers because;

    1.nawaz sharif was worst then any dictator when he came in power in his last term especially when he tried to be “Ameer ul Mominin”.
    2.Yes,he attacked the supreme court during his tenure.
    3.from where did they made so much money, and steel mills, and factories and estate of raiwand,
    4.and the last suicidal mistake he made was changing a cheif of the army staff behind the back of Musharaf and tried even to divide the army,but luckily musharaf was able to ground from the air and kicked sharif’s —- so badly,which eventually resulted in exile in the shape of a hidden NRO, now the champion of “mesaq e jamhuriat” is back and trying every thing to be in power but is unable to succeed in it.even you can see the lust of power in his eyes (very pity). Recommend

  • Buckhorn
    Nov 13, 2010 - 12:31AM

    Trading accusation will not make you both better leaders. Your times are over so gracefully bow out of the nation’s life and let the newer generation take the responsibility . You both showed more similarities then differences while you were in power, Total disregard for the people and the nation. One was too busy trying to be a amer-ul-momanin and the other Hitler. Pakistan does not need selfish and tyrant leaders like you anymore.Recommend

  • Ali
    Nov 13, 2010 - 1:15AM

    Musharaf You are a great leader and you time will come your only mistake was to spare Bainazer Bhutto and Nawaz Sharief … you could have dealt with iron hands and today face of Pakistan must have been much better Recommend

  • Nov 13, 2010 - 2:28AM

    Yes, this sounds like a tit-for-tat but the General’s positives are much more than the negatives. He may not be the new Messiah but he is our hope. I think he should return and start a campaign as Sub se Pehle Pakistan…the title of his book.Recommend

  • Nadi
    Nov 13, 2010 - 7:24AM

    Yes “Sub se Pehle Pakistan; to wipe out. All supporters of Murharraf’s still live in fool’s paradise. Is nine years are not enough? If he is great then what are his achievements? Other than doing blunders and collaborating western interests.
    If Sharif brothers are bad then Murarraf is the worst. We need someone who can deliver and stick to his words and do not make an army of most corrupt ministers. Believe me if he is back then he will turn Pakistan in to Afghanistan.Recommend

  • Kamil Bangash
    Nov 13, 2010 - 8:06AM

    I think we’ll have to wait a long time for the valiant commando to muster enough courage to return to Pakistan. He’ll finally come to the conclusion that discretion is the better part of valour and start a licensed food chain in Britain, probably named Dictator Balti. So those waiting for this messiah should not keep their fingers crossed.Recommend

  • Malik Tabeer
    Nov 13, 2010 - 9:51AM

    Well CJ is sleeping and taking care of Nawaz shareef keep it up CJRecommend

  • Ali Raza
    Nov 13, 2010 - 10:58AM

    Why do we keep putting Musharrafs pciture on the frontlines of the media? Nawaz was wrong in dealing with the judiciary back then but beside that he had the right to dismiss a crazy army chief. Its within the prime ministers constitutional powers. This army has been looting the people’s budget for decades in the name of Kashmir. Starting of the Kargil was Musharraf’s personal madness. It was Musharraf era when the language of Kashmiri freedom fighters changed to Kashmiri terrorists. I no doubt question his patriotism. Also I think everyone knows who created the taliban. Zia gave us refugees and AK-47 culture whereas Musharraf left behind suicide bombings and an economic breakdown of our nation.Recommend

  • Salim
    Nov 13, 2010 - 6:58PM

    Don’t under estimate Musharraf. He’s considered brilliant being one of the highest paid speakers in the world. His fee $ 200,000 per lecture!! This is no small amount. Many countries have requested his services i.e. USA, UK, Honkong Sweden, India etc.

    Can Nawaz do that? Absolutely not. He’ll have to pay people to listen to him!Recommend

  • ashfaq
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:00AM

    Sir!
    No doubt General committed some mistakes but he was a nationalist.Nawaz Sharif is no way near to him as a leader.Musharraf’s Government was no a corrupt government.Prices of essential commodities were within the reach of common.The present Government is the worst and the most corrupt government the people of Pakistan have seen in the entire history of Pakistan.During the whole period of Musharraf the US $ never crossed the figure of 60.Now look at the present corrupts who are helpless in controlling the $ which is now crossed 86.The present government have ruined all the institutions.The have actually ruined the Pakistan.They badly looted Pakistan.There is no electricity,no gas no food nothing left.Sugar mafia is sitting inside the parliament.They are protected and looting the public in the name of Parliament.People are compelled to remember Musharraf era which was much much much and much better than the present ear.Recommend

  • Aurangzaib
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:04AM

    CJ, bugti and lal masjid

    I really hope you will now be able to separate friends from foes and know whose advice to take and who to hang.

    We are with you …. Again.Recommend

  • sana
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:15AM

    Sir,
    what kind of tactics both of you applying to justify your tenures. WE are the mango people sir, we dont understand such allegation. The fact is that the simple man is still waiting for justice, still deprived of the basic neccessities of life. Start to think about Pakistan only.. Now there is nothing left ..Recommend

  • yaseen ali khan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:16AM

    general pervaiz musharaf was a dictator , he really enjoyed supreme power but every body knows and will have to agree wd me that he was far better than this form of democracy.
    he took a number of action where he used his power to enforce his dicision but he did every thing for the best interest of great pakistan.
    he had not formed his estates like feudal politicions.
    nawaz sharif infact is incompetent to b a prime minister but unfortunately he was elected twice and he caused a huge damage to the natuin and state as well.
    general really was, is and will be a visionary leader of all the time.
    i salute himRecommend

  • Irfan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:32AM

    Well said a politician can be wrong but a General who is fed on our taxes cannot be wrong alas at this nation who is against politicians but not the watch dogs of this country , traitors are heroes in this country …………… mind it if we are going to support the traitors like musharaf we ll be no more .Recommend

  • imran rafiq
    Nov 14, 2010 - 1:24AM

    musharraf, u were a great leader in start but later on u did some blunders which consiquently appeared to defame u. the biggest n the greatest blunder of urs was the promulgation of NRO which brought the cheapest and dirtiest ppl into power. ur 2nd blunder was the confrontation with media which caused a major hatered against u and made the nation aware of ur mistake and the last blunder of urs was unlawful and unidentified move against jidiciary which ultimately brought u to zero.
    but despite of all ur mistake and foolish moves, u were still much better than this corrupted govt. Recommend

  • Ali
    Nov 14, 2010 - 2:48AM

    Musharaff is great leader, and only hope for Pakistan.

    Pakistan First.Recommend

  • Harris Sultan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 4:01AM

    Its funny how some people are comparing Musharraf with Hitler.

    Did Hitler allow so much freedom to his press and media? If you’ve studied Hitler you would know the answer, “NO”.

    You ignorant people keep looking at Lal-Masjid and Bugti issues which have nothing to do with common people, yet you fail to see the economic successes that Pakistan enjoyed during Musharraf’s rule, which changed people’s lives.

    Our people’s memory is so weak that this was going on only 5 years ago yet they can’t see the difference.

    Mr. Musharraf has acknowledged he made a few errors but those errors can be compared with any nationalist political leader e.g. George W Bush, invading Iraq on suspicion of weapns of mass destruction, Adolf Hitler, attacking Soviet Union etc. etc.

    Wake up people, and try to get your FACTS straight before opening your mouth!Recommend

  • Pakistani
    Nov 14, 2010 - 6:13AM

    Illiteracy is the mother of all problems. Pakistan’s 60-70% population is illiterate. Bringing a country from 0 to the top takes time. Its not as easy as it looks. We all know how Pakistan changed under the regime of Musharraf. It is also true that he made blunders, but who doesn’t make mistakes. The thing is you cant change a country in seconds. Pakistan is in the hands of extremely corrupt politics. We all need to protect Pakistan, finish terrorism and promote our land for international investments. Pakistan is one of the most strategically located country in the world and we should make use of it. We should never loose hope, abhi bhi Pakistan mein buhat kuch hai, lekan ab time buhat kam hai…Democracy is surely not an option for Pakistan. We need a dictator until all the political parties are wiped out, and new election system is developed. We need to work hard on every system, make use of the technology which can be very helpful everywhere.
    SUB SE PEHLE PAKISTAN…JAGO AWAAM.Recommend

  • Rizwan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 8:38AM

    Dear Sir,

    All your critics and specially media for the last 2 year have been trying to propagate that you were enemy of nation. But time has proved that your tenure was best in the last 60 years and your efforts were numerous for the development of our country.Most of the people don’t try to investigate the reality and start bashing against you. Sir, i your charge sheet is genuine against nawaz sharif. I didn’t forget the era of 90s when these parties were playing with government like musical chair. And they plundered and destroyed our country and against they are coming in government to raise their mills and their palaces. I ask people who say that you killed Bugti, innocent people in lal mosque and deposed cj Iftikhar Chaudhry: have they read the reference against cj, have they witnessed the killing of innocent people, didn’t they know about the Bugti who killed many army personnel and fired rocket at our gas fields and was running a movement against Pakistan to separate Balochistan from Pakistan? Recommend

  • Sajjad Ashraf
    Nov 14, 2010 - 8:54AM

    Why blame others for our failures. We, the somewhat privileged, the middle class has let Pakistan down by walking away from its responsibilities. Rise man … take chargeRecommend

  • Cheema
    Nov 14, 2010 - 8:59AM

    Musharraf was, is and will remain our hero. His only mistake was that he let corrupt Sharifs escape. Recommend

  • Mansoor Bin Kafil
    Nov 14, 2010 - 9:19AM

    Instead of trading Charges if the general had Replied to the allegations leveled by by PML(N), his stature would definitely have been raised. Probably he does not have answer to them that he chose to levie counter allegations.Recommend

  • Saahir
    Nov 14, 2010 - 10:23AM

    Respected and Dearest Sir Gen PERVEZ MUSHARRAF! It is very good step against brainless party. Long Live PERVEZ MUSHARRAF. PAKISTAN 1stRecommend

  • Mian Kamil Hamid
    Nov 14, 2010 - 10:57AM

    There is a lot of debate about who is the better of the two, Nawaz or Musharraf. It would be pertinent if the pros and cons of the two rulers era are enumerated and let the readers decide from the results. Recommend

  • Aadil Waqar
    Nov 14, 2010 - 11:19AM

    I don’t understand why people accuse the general for not punishing the sharifs in his tenure, because I seriously cannot come up with a better word than “punishment” for a ten year exile! Pakistan has seen more success in 9 years than it has seen all the way form ayub khan’s time. Economy, health, education everything went from the rock bottom to a reasonable height in his tenure we have to admit the fact. Bottom line; we need a leader like Musharraf. Recommend

  • Asif
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:15PM

    Musharaf Era was the best Era in respect of economy. Pakistan’s bad luck is that people’s memory is weak, they forget things quickly.

    There were three major decades when army rules, and whatever the progress you have seen in Pakistan is only in these three decades, first one is in General Ayub. In his time, pakistan industry was grooming. secondly General Zia, which was neutral, if there was no progress but neither a downfall,
    Third one is the Musharaf’s 9 years. All those people who thinks he is a worst leader, I will advise them to open up your eyes, and look outside the window. Then you will realize that Musharaf had done a great.
    Pakistan foreign exchange rate was about 8000 to 9000 points when nawaz sharif was taken over by army and the time when musharraf resigned from his presidency, it was in 15000 points +/-.
    But today when these sugar coted democracy is ruling? what we have? 9000points in foreign exchange?
    I don’t trust Geo. they are just saying what they are paid for.

    there is a lot, but I think its better if you search it by yourself. Musharraf did make mistakes but if you run a comparison with honesty, 85% of Mussharaf decisions were in favor of Pakistan.

    Wake up Pakistan.Recommend

  • Dr. shakeel ahmed
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:16PM

    SIr,
    well done this all is true, but we all educated people are waiting for u not only for us but for our next generations. i like ur all steps taken by u in early days of ur governemt. at that time u have techocratic cabnit like dr. atta ul rehman etc. but when u joined these politicians then u loose ur respect. now its turning point for u, u have to choose honest and devoted persons for ur party. if u couldnot get them dont worry about elections u will win sooner or later but keep straigth and fare ur way as much as u can. Recommend

  • Ilyas
    Nov 14, 2010 - 1:52PM

    @ Mian Kamil Hamid

    Pakistan’s economy witnessed a major economic transformation during Musharraf regime. The country’s real GDP increased from $60 billion to $170 billion, with per capita income rising from under $500 to over $1000 during 2000-07…..the volume of international trade increased from $20 billion to nearly $60 billion. Poverty reduced to half (from 34% to 17%). The improved macroeconomic performance enabled Pakistan to re-enter the international capital markets in the mid-2000s. Large capital inflows financed the current account deficit and contributed to an increase in gross official reserves to $14.3 billion at end-June 2007. Buoyant output growth, low inflation, and the government’s social policies contributed to a reduction in poverty and improvement in many social indicators”.

    In the 1990s, economic growth plummeted to between 3% and 4%, poverty rose to 33%, inflation was in double digits and the foreign debt mounted to nearly the entire GDP of Pakistan as the governments of Benazir Bhutto (PPP) and Nawaz Sharif (PML) played musical chairs. Before Sharif was ousted by General Musharraf in 1999, the two parties had presided over a decade of corruption and mismanagement. In 1999 Pakistan’s total public debt as percentage of GDP was the highest in South Asia – 99.3 percent of its GDP and 629 percent of its revenue receipts, compared to Sri Lanka (91.1% & 528.3% respectively in 1998) and India (47.2% & 384.9% respectively in 1998). Internal Debt of Pakistan in 1999 was 45.6 per cent of GDP and 289.1 per cent of its revenue receipts, as compared to Sri Lanka (45.7% & 264.8% respectively in 1998) and India (44.0% & 358.4% respectively in 1998).

    The IMF has acknowledged that Pakistan became one of the four fastest growing economies in the Asian region during 2000-07 with its growth averaging 7.0 per cent per year for most of this period. As a result of strong economic growth, Pakistan succeeded in reducing poverty by one-half, creating almost 13 million jobs, halving the country’s debt burden, raising foreign exchange reserves to a comfortable position and propping the country’s exchange rate, restoring investors’ confidence and most importantly, taking Pakistan out of the IMF Program.

    Geo Musharraf – Pakistan First.Recommend

  • Anonymous
    Nov 14, 2010 - 2:16PM

    I dont hope for a better future for Pakistan. Because the hope lies with the yound literate people and these fools still see the worst dictator as a Great Leader. What makes him a great leader, great leaders dont make wrong decisions….
    1. He spared Benazir, Zardari, and Nawaz…a great leader will start by hanging all these outlaws
    2. I didnt see ny suicide bombings, ny law and order situation or any person trying to de-estabalize pakistan, All these started with the GREAT LEADERS decision to rent our army to US.
    3. CJ, Lal Masjid, Bugti, Baluchistan, Media Bans, acting like a god, missing people all these were other Great Decision by your Great Leader.

    Sooo if the literate people see him as a leader, then I think we have a very dark future…we havent been able to distinguish between good and bad….PPP…PMLN and Musharaf all will drown us further. they are all different sides of the same dice.Recommend

  • Klues
    Nov 14, 2010 - 2:29PM

    Mud slinging? Musharraf had nine years to sort these things and bring justice to people. Instead he sold out and had parasitic banker fleece the nation.

    Ex Musharraf Supporter
    Recommend

  • iqbal baig
    Nov 14, 2010 - 3:05PM

    I dont know why people cant see the difference between musharaff time and other leaders, i always prefer Musharaff, may be, he did not have good team with him. He is definately better compare to any. I fully support Musharaff.Recommend

  • Faizan Badar
    Nov 14, 2010 - 3:22PM

    We trust on you Sir and hope for your success because you are the only hope for a bright future. You made Pakistan from nothing to something in your tenure and we want you to come back and transform it from something to everything.ThankyouRecommend

  • Nov 14, 2010 - 3:35PM

    Sir we have faith on you and we believe that you are a true person.The main problem of our dreamland is corruption.Only you take step over it you are a clear person.May Allah bless you and give you success.AmeenRecommend

  • Nov 14, 2010 - 3:38PM

    You did all correct decisions during your tenure and I believe that you are only a person who can save the Pakistan.The people should support you for the sack of Pakistan.Recommend

  • Nov 14, 2010 - 3:40PM

    I fully support Mr.Khalid the people like him must join A.P.M.L..Recommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 3:48PM

    will the CJ take action against his buddy?
    will the CJ be neutral or be biased?
    will the CJ be impartial and just?
    will the CJ – as usual resort to double standards?Recommend

  • Saeeduddin
    Nov 14, 2010 - 4:10PM

    When I analyse Pervez Musharraf era/governance am loss to understand why is he called as Dictator. Mere in Army uniform/dress and inside a humble, honest, determined, loyal, literate with farsighted eyes having nature of patience, accommodation and sacrifice personality may in no case be termed/called a dictator.
    In the present scinario where in my country there is bad governance, corruption, looting, price hike, power shortage and lawlessness Pervez Musharraff, keeping his good past performance, look the only MASIAH people of Pakistan are waiting for. Pervez Musharraf contacts world over and his admiration/acknowledgement by high caliber and highest status univerties calling him for lectures is clear indication of his knowledge and approach to various problems Pakistan is facing today. Lets concentrate to support him and bring him to power politically soonest possible. Pakistan first. Recommend

  • Arshad mahmood
    Nov 14, 2010 - 4:20PM

    come pakistan lead us if you are still beleving on yourself but leader always live and die in his own nation,never leave them in difficult time and crisis.
    you have gifted us bombing ,NRO and corrupt Govt,after consulting your foreign masters.Recommend

  • Jahangir Ahmed
    Nov 14, 2010 - 5:05PM

    The General is on a roll!! Dont stop now! Both previous PM’s were only insterested in building their mansions. In saying that, corrputions starts with all of us! Take a minute and think, would u pay the Traffic Cop a bribe to get out of a heaveir fine!???!?. – 80% would say yes! – enough bickering lets move on!Recommend

  • Zain
    Nov 14, 2010 - 5:51PM

    Although I agree to the extent that NS, Zardari, MQM, ANP and all others are very corrupt. But I will give you some facts, due to this War on terror Pakistan has suffered a loss 50-60 Billion US$. We have to spend more on defense due to this war and obviously there is more pressure on budget to allocate resources for it. As we have low tax collection that makes it more difficult to any government. After 12 years of War even US is just looking for a way out. What Pakistan is getting as coalition partner is just peanuts like 7.5US$ billion, or 1.5 billion a year, which is nothing as compared to what US is spending 100 Billion US$ on it every year. And this is all due to his decisions we are still suffering and I don’t know how long we will be suffering due to his
    I would say he is past, some of his steps were good in the start but later on greed to rule country longer just ruined his objectives. The only hope for Pakistan is Imran Khan, who has vision, courage and clean past due to things he has done in Pakistan.Recommend

  • Habibullah
    Nov 14, 2010 - 5:57PM

    There is no doubt that Musharraf was better then these … All of you may not agree but will have to accept this very fact we as a Nation do not understand democracy and it does not suit us also. we always try to exemplify other countries like America etc. but don’t know even that the qualification of voter does also count only then democracy works. we do not qualify the standards of being voters how can we demand democracy. We need even more strict rulers then Musharraf.By no way Mian Sahib-an and Zardari can match with Musharraf.Recommend

  • MI
    Nov 14, 2010 - 6:26PM

    I am shocked when I see people opposing Musharraf, the true and the honest leader we ever had after Pakistan. He took Pakistan from nowhere and put on right track. Heleft with booming economy, empowered people of pakistan through local governments, freed media, gave pride to Pakistanis living abroad, reduced poverty to half, created millions of job, and became close to settle issue of Kashmir according to their wishes.

    Musharraf please come back and free us from these dacoos, who have robbed us by selling their sugar @Rs.125/kg. Recommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 14, 2010 - 8:32PM

    @MI- agree 100%- I am shocked when I see people opposing Musharraf, the true and the honest leader we ever had after Pakistan. He took Pakistan from nowhere and put on right track. Heleft with booming economy, empowered people of pakistan through local governments, freed media, gave pride to Pakistanis living abroad, reduced poverty to half, created millions of job, and became close to settle issue of Kashmir according to their wishes.
    and i am more shocked at those who support the mulls of the lal masjid, akbar bugti, dr aafia, faisal shehzad, the tehreek e taliban- pakistan , the corrupt politicians of today who have been tried and tested again and again and have done nothing for the people but simply loot our country.Recommend

  • Sadeed
    Nov 14, 2010 - 10:09PM

    See the truth of This Dictator……….Watch Jawab Da at GEO on 14th nov. where former DG CAA has revealed certain facts……and decide yourself. The nation will come to know the maneuvers and some hidden fact on how the Coup was planed and who hijacked the plane and placed the life of the rest in danger while the pilot didn’t declare any emergency to effect…and much much more……

    Very interesting……do see it first.Recommend

  • Adeel Abbas
    Nov 14, 2010 - 11:23PM

    I agree that suicide started during the tenure of Musharraf. But why would any suicider attach when he gets favour from the government or politicians. they only started agitation when they were told that they were not supported anymore and they have to abide by law. This is the main reason why suicide attacks were not observed during Nawaz/PPP (earlier) govt.

    These days, PPP govt has no other option but to tackle them strictly mainly on the pressure of Pak Army and international community’s pressure.

    I cannot agree to the supporters of Suicide attackers / Taliban which they claim is a reaction of Drone attacks.

    First of all, if you are mis-treated, it doesn’t give you right to take law in your hands and in any circumstances no one has right to kill any innocent person.

    I believe Army should be the best option, but considering international pressure to keep the democracy, we don’t have any better option than Musharraf. But, I would advise Musharraf also not to keep same politicians or to gain support of opposition to keep the power but to take action against any culprit who has damaged the nation.Recommend

  • farooq naqvi
    Nov 14, 2010 - 11:32PM

    Musharraf is the last hope for the survival of PakistanRecommend

  • abdul rauf
    Nov 14, 2010 - 11:45PM

    Genral Pervaiz Mushrraf , still hope of the peoples of Pakistan . Recommend

  • Amjad
    Nov 15, 2010 - 2:05AM

    @ all the people who are hoping that Musharraf will do good if he comes back. Tell me, what he has achieved during his 9 year period .

    Truly, we have no hopes in these Generals and politicians, only hope is the younger generation of Pakistan and the day they realise that Pakistan need them will be the day of celebration.Recommend

  • Zain
    Nov 15, 2010 - 3:51AM

    For those who love musharaf, watch this todays i.e. 14 November Jawab Deyh with 12 Oct DG Civil Aviation Authority program when he toppled Nawaz Sharif Government. Remember, I don’t like Nawaz Sharif, but I equally dislike musharaf.

    http://pkpolitics.com/2010/11/14/jawab-deyh-14-november-2010/Recommend

  • nas
    Nov 15, 2010 - 6:26AM

    i guess we should select new person. In my eyes Imran Khan is a good candidateRecommend

  • Nov 15, 2010 - 8:35AM

    . Despite is unpopular decisions Pervez Musharaf is PAKISTAN FIRST. His local government is the base for solution of all public problems. Let us CHANGE the politics rejecting tested leaders. Make Mushafaf an ELECTED leader. Musharaf my decide his constituancy.
    Khalid Rana
    USARecommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 15, 2010 - 3:18PM

    Musharraf is the only hope for the survival of Pakistan.Recommend

  • Muhammad Ibrahim
    Nov 15, 2010 - 5:17PM

    He is my not my hero but hero of whole humanity.Musharraf brought merit in all departments.He gave jobs on merit.If he not brought merit I would not get job because I belong to a very poor family.Many poor got job in his period on bases of merit.May ALLAH select him our president so that our country will make progress by leaps and bounds.AmeenRecommend

  • Riaz Butt
    Nov 15, 2010 - 5:36PM

    Come Musharraf come – run Nawaz run.Recommend

  • Chaudhary Assad
    Nov 15, 2010 - 6:29PM

    pervaiz mushraf love pakistan like a mother love her child.i bet that he is the most intelligent leader in the world in this decade…..Recommend

  • Shah
    Nov 15, 2010 - 10:28PM

    Dear Rtd. Gen. Musharraf

    I believe your tenure was much better then the current one. Except few mistakes rest of the decisions were good and people of Pakistan were better off. After all we all are human beings and making mistake is good only when we dont repeat them. We learn from our mistakes.

    Our economy was growing, exchange rate of dollar remained with in range of 60 – 63 for more nine years, Pakistan got freed from Kashkool of IMF, foreign reserves were much higher.

    Due to some non famous decisions, in last period of your tenure, you remained busy in dealing the consequences of such decisions.

    Any way, worst part is that since you left and democracy came, people of Pakistan became more slave then ever before. Corruption has grown up to the extent that international community labelling and showing increase of rating in corruption.

    Can anybody believe that a country which always keeping kashkool in their hands, have the second largest ministries in number, now govt importing 200 hundred bullet proof vehicles for all ministers which cost is around 20millions each, building luxury suites in Islamabad for non performer ministers. Can the crispy people of Pakistan bear such heavy expenses? No at all.

    We, all educated even non educated people are now understood that goodness cant be come through these landlords, wadairas, chaudhries.

    We forgot our Allah, Muhammad and his teachings. If true muslim want to do any thing for good, he can do with the blessings of Allah. Allah also supports him.

    So, Mr. Musharraf, we are waiting for you to take charge and good days to come for the people of Pakistan.

    I wish you come back and under your leadership we all make Pakistan so much stronger in terms of economy, values, respect, honour that we all get respect internationally like china.

    Allah bless you and all people of Pakistan.

    Regards

    Well wisher of Pakistan. Recommend

  • Azhar
    Nov 15, 2010 - 11:10PM

    Mr. Musharraf

    I felt proud when recent world wide army exercise, Pakistan army personnels declared as the “toughest and trained army man” it means we all Pakistani have a potential to be on top and this is very much true. Why, when we all go out side Pakistan and we perform extra ordinary, get distinctions, bcause we have a potential.

    I wish we, means Pakistan get the right leader in shape of Mr. Musharraf.Recommend

  • dost e watan
    Nov 16, 2010 - 11:03AM

    all my countrymen should understand onething that they should start thinking practicaly and they should understand that these people have played havoc with our foundations just for their own self . everything they are saying is a big lie. what have they done for this country. others also who were at the helm of affairs for sometime have shown this atitude by plundering, looting and corrupting our nation.politics now in pakistan is business. all of them want to cash their share as public does not know this game . no body has shown any concern for our people. the law and order situation has never deteriorated so worse as under mush since creation of pakistan. so calling them great leaders is unjust to those leaders who worked day night for their people and changed the past into a bright future not like ours who drowned our country into the drain of corruption ,nepotism,favoritism,bribery,theft and plunder.Recommend

  • Uzma
    Nov 16, 2010 - 8:49PM

    Lol Ben!Recommend

  • ahmed
    Nov 16, 2010 - 10:10PM

    politics of creating Q leagues and NRO has only hurt Pakistan. general sahib in an ideal world you would be in jail for playing such dirty politics in our country Recommend

  • atif awan
    Nov 19, 2010 - 11:07AM

    General,it is totally fake charge sheet.Why did u not take steps against nawaz sharif n his family during ur dictator shio period about 9 years.So,it shows that it is fake and baseless report…..If u want to proof it true please come to SC of PAKISTAN…..Recommend

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