200,000 Facebook fans want me back: Musharraf

Published: May 10, 2010
Former President Musharraf could face trial if he returns to Pakistan. (AFP)

Former President Musharraf could face trial if he returns to Pakistan. (AFP)

Former president Pervez Musharraf has said that he has 200,000 fans on the social networking site Facebook, and they want him to return to Pakistan.

In a recent video message addressed to the members of his newly established party – the All-Pakistan Muslim League (APML), Musharraf said he believed Pakistan has the potential to progress as a developed and prosperous country, and he promised not to let down his fans.

Earlier, Musharraf also lauded his supporters for attempting to hold a pro-Musharraf rally in Islamabad, which he alleged was postponed due to government pressure.

“All the best to the thousands of wonderful friends from around the world that were coming together on 8th May in Islamabad to show their support for me. As the event has been postponed due to government pressure, my public address shall be posted for all to see on mass media at once. This must not break our resolve in any manner to serve Pakistan and I look forward to seeing you all in Pakistan soon. Pakistan First!”

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Reader Comments (68)

  • Syed A. Mateen
    May 10, 2010 - 10:55PM

    Pakistan is home country of General (R) Musharraf. He can come back any moment he want to meet the people of Pakistan.Recommend

  • MohammadAli Ghanghro
    May 10, 2010 - 11:17PM

    Well, if not then its his old habit of speaking without thinking,first. If at all 200,000 facebook fans want him back,I wonder how many in the tribal belt of Pakistan want him back too,perhaps for other reason,one being his close proximity.

    How many innocents were killed, because of his failure to negotiate with the US in a timely manner,regarding the use of Drone attacks in Pakistan.

    Best of Luck Commando.Recommend

  • Malik
    May 11, 2010 - 12:06AM

    Facebook draws a good and reliable sample of population that supports him and established that outdated political parties and media launched malaighned campaign against him de-fame himRecommend

  • Meekal Ahmed
    May 11, 2010 - 12:53AM

    He undoubtedly did some good (especially on the economic front) then lost his way and decamped in disgrace. He has much to explain.

    As far as BB is concerned, he was the chief at the time and the buck stops with him. Ditto for Akbar Bugti.

    As far as America is concerned, he played a sinister game and got the most out of them in terms of money, bounties (as he called it in his book) and arms for the boys. Recommend

  • Ali Haider
    May 11, 2010 - 1:05AM

    I am a fan of Musharraf’s policy for education. He put in a lot of money into education. No one else had done that and the credit goes to Musharraf.

    I do not agree to the rest of his policies though. The fact that he selected the most corrupt people for his govt. goes greatly against him. But then again, which politician is not corrupt. Also, he should not have violated the constitution. Recommend

  • aisha
    May 11, 2010 - 1:07AM

    I’m just a little confused. since when have his facebook fans (many of whom are indians and nationals of other countries) started representing a cross section of pakistani society. This is not a facebook event he’s attending, the stakes are much higher! Recommend

  • May 11, 2010 - 1:08AM

    Musharraf Sahab, being your admirer I expect you to talk sense. Indeed you have fan following but FB is in no way a criteria to gauge support. Even my 15 year old brother has an FB profile and he has become fan of yours, though he can’t vote nor does he know you much. Recommend

  • AMIR
    May 11, 2010 - 1:12AM

    he is son of bushRecommend

  • Adeel Azhar
    May 11, 2010 - 1:13AM

    Come on sir! dont believe on these drawing room fans! how many of them have ever voted i dont know!Recommend

  • Ismail Arif
    May 11, 2010 - 2:08AM

    WELCOME…We need U to save Pakistan under your able guidance and statesmanship…:-)Recommend

  • May 11, 2010 - 2:58AM

    Now facebook will be used to determine a politician’s strength. Idiotic.Recommend

  • fawwad
    May 11, 2010 - 9:21AM

    Hello! Hello!!

    You are no longer a GENERAL, General!
    There is no doubt, that you are suffering from schizopherenia.
    It is obvious that you are suffering from a profound disruption in cognition and emotion, affecting the most fundamental human attributes: language, thought, perception, affect, and sense of self.

    Need I say more…

    I don’t think so.Recommend

  • Umer
    May 11, 2010 - 9:38AM

    Musharraf Sb, even if i take your words seriously for a second and ignore the rest of decent comments mentioned above, 200,000 supporters want you back in the country, what about the rest 179,800,000, can’t you get the equation? I am sure you have to pay back a lot to this country. On a lighter note, Iftikhar Chaudhry also wants you to come back to Pakistan, he is another fan of yours make it 200,001.Recommend

  • AK
    May 11, 2010 - 9:49AM

    i have been reading everyones comments here and majority of you are his critics.. which is absolutley fine, its your right..but heres a man who is a lesser evil than those who are currently in office..i was in the west when musharraff was in power, this man actually made us proud to be pakistanis for once.. i actually saw people happy in pakistan when i visited, now that im back here, i dont see a single pakistani who is happy with his life.. one thing i will tell you for sure, this man was a true patriot, none of you can deny that, blogging away and commenting is one thing, put your life on the line for your nation is another..better than those NRO protected minions running our country, spending our already bankrupted treasurey like their Jagir.Recommend

  • Syed
    May 11, 2010 - 10:01AM

    Mr. General (R) Musharraf and Former President of Pakistan. Sir You are great leader and Commando we will wait you comeback Pakistan as soon as possible to lead the country. Now-day our country is worst position. Everything is going wrong way. People are sick about load shading, Prices go up all thing and materials. Please we need to you comeback and lead the country. Good luck God Bless you. Take-care AHRecommend

  • Fakhar
    May 11, 2010 - 10:13AM

    Are they fans or electric fans made in Ghjrat?Recommend

  • Erfan
    May 11, 2010 - 10:46AM

    Dear And Brave Commando(In Exile)
    The population of Islamic Republic of Pakistan comprises of 160 Million people and the Facebook users who are ur fan are just like a peanut in the whole sack.
    Secondly most of your fans are living abroad and unaware of your good deeds you have done for Pakistan ,the bitter consequences of which are still face by the innocent public.
    Last but not the least,also get some time to check the groups on Facebook and its members who are demanding your trial for abrogating the constitution of Pakistan and want you to be given the punishment of Death. Recommend

  • May 11, 2010 - 11:03AM

    Out of 17 million this No is nothing it is called mental case of relaying on 0.000003% .Musharaf should accept that he is more unacceptable than the Mir Jaffar of Tepo Sultan. Musharaf is a man of small mind,along with short sight.peoples are bulling him.Recommend

  • TL
    May 11, 2010 - 11:33AM

    I will tell you sir they are not 200,000 but 20 million. Please come back!! Want to get rid of Zardari.Recommend

  • Aristo
    May 11, 2010 - 11:58AM

    Don’t know what future holds for Mr.Musharaf as only time will tell but Karachites must thank him immensely for thinking about Karachi and for bringing about such phenomenal developments in it’s infrastructure. Agreed that Mr. Mayor Mustafa Kamal implemented all the projects but it was Mr. Musharaf who initiated them and then fully funded the projects, as without these funds even Mr. Mayor Mustafa Kamal could not have been able to complete these projects. It was an ideal duo, I hope if we can have the same duo (President / Mayor) develop Karachi for at least another decade. Recommend

  • Pakistani
    May 11, 2010 - 12:50PM

    No matter what,Let all of us do a comparison. Muchacho is a true patriot, and better than the lot we have (elected through a minority vote of 32%).

    I for one would definitely vote for him.

    The problem I have and I feel with the majority of Pakistanis today is that they don’t accept the candidates who are proposed by the parties and hence don’t vote.But that is where we loose and then suffer at the hands of the ones elected by the minority. The minority cannot confront or question their elected representatives, they don’t even know what they are doing. But the majority can. If the majority has a candidate, we can question his actions and decisions. But to do that, we first need our candidates!!!
    How about a new party, “the majority party of Pakistan” (MPP)???

    The dilemma is,we the majority don’t have a suitable candidate! We need our candidates.So where do we find one?

    At present we have Extensive, uncontrollable, corruption at all levels of Government.
    we as Pakistani’s are not safe, why would foreigners feel safe investing in Pakistan? We cannot even stand up for our right, talk less of standing up for what is right.
    The SC is unable to control these criminals, and right now it’s an open window for “all” those in power to do whatever they feel like doing.

    If they (our leaders) are honorable & patriots, why not step down and face the courts honorably & patriotically????

    We need to address this issue. The majority of Pakistanis who work & pay taxes have no say !!! We are at the mercy of the election commission & the parties (who rely on minority votes).

    We are at fault too, if we don’t vote, we have no say.
    Why does the election commission not set up a poll in which Pakistanis decide who should be eligible for our vote?

    Why don’t we have a vote to say no? Say no to whoever is trying to rule our country through minority vote?
    I’m sure if there is a column in the vote card to say “no” to the candidates seeking our vote, most of the people in power now won’t actually be in power !! Food for thought!

    When will the majority of us ever get the chance to vote???
    For now,never, If we don’t wake up and start asking for our rights and for what is Right.
    Time waits for no man, and truly it’s not going to wait for us majority.Recommend

  • Kashif
    May 11, 2010 - 1:14PM

    We Love this great man , he is Mahateer muhammad of Pakistan
    Long Live Pervez MusharrafRecommend

  • mak
    May 11, 2010 - 1:46PM

    Dear Prez Musharraf,
    Glad to know that you have over 200k facebook fans — yes I am a fan as well but not on facebook. However it’s not the 200k facebook fans that matter the most, it’s the people in rural areas or the poorest slumps that matter the most as we move forward to build our nation. Whenever I visit Pakistan and go to my village in Hassanabdal, District Attock and ask the people about which political leader that they favor — they respond with a clear answer: a ‘leader’ that can provide us “food, security, health and education” and now electricity (which former PM Aziz did not address and therefore we are suffering in darkness). Once you think you are ready to serve these people and satisfy their needs, then only consider coming back to Pakistan otherwise please refrain from doing so.
    Thanks and best of luck.Recommend

  • talat khan
    May 11, 2010 - 2:05PM

    its actually 179,000 fansRecommend

  • talat khan
    May 11, 2010 - 2:05PM

    and half of them are outside pakistan. so he’s going to start a political party with about 100,000 “fans” – half of whom arent old enough to vote and the other half have never voted in their life! wahRecommend

  • F
    May 11, 2010 - 4:46PM

    Dear former President
    Please come back. Your country is in deplorable state. Thats what you stunning leadership did in 10 years. You picked up the best lotas from all parties and made them sing Long Live the King. Alas, no longer they do. You were so brave that you made yourself wet only by one phone call and promised to lick their boots, that even surprised your lords. Your tremendous leadership led to energy crisis, 10 years ago we had surplus when you took over. Yes please come back, and tell us how you accumulated so much wealth. Only one community will be happy, those who are already in jail. You can entertain them with your singing skills. Recommend

  • amir khattak
    May 11, 2010 - 7:12PM

    Sir your simply great, please come back, we cant afford sugar at 70 rs plz bring it back to 28rs!!!1Recommend

  • sherzada (dxb)
    May 11, 2010 - 9:58PM

    We really miss such a visionary person who gave us sense that PAKISTAN is 1st so I am very much confident that you are the one to serve Pakistan without any personal interest. We need you and such volunteers instead of so called political figures. I pray to God may God give you strength to serve the nation forever (Ameen).Recommend

  • Haseeb Ali Qureshi
    May 11, 2010 - 11:17PM

    Musharraf should come back to Pakistan without wasting any further time,
    Pakistan needs leaders like president musharraf.He should be our next prime minister.Recommend

  • sareerAhmed Kamal
    May 11, 2010 - 11:39PM


  • Adeel Janjua
    May 12, 2010 - 5:16AM

    Remember Article 6 of the constitution? Musharraf used to claim he is a soldier, not afraid of anything. Why is he hiding out in London? Because he know he is a criminal.
    If he was really popular with Pakistan’s electorate, he would not have held a fraudulent referendum. Forget about everything else for a minute, Musharraf is responsible for the murder of Benazir Bhutto, plain and simple. Recommend

  • TL
    May 12, 2010 - 11:27AM

    How about a campaign to bring Musharraf back? If Nawaz Sharif could come back from Saudi before completing his 10 year exile and contend the elections then why cant Musharraf? Most of all if ZARDARI can become the president of Pakistan after all the crimes he had(is) committed(committing) why can’t Musharraf. We have every right to choose our leader. I don’t have any faith in the leadership of Imran Khan.Recommend

  • Omar Iftikhar
    May 12, 2010 - 11:33AM

    Former president Pervez Musharraf was one of the most popular President’s Pakistan ever had. I’m not saying this for I am a staunch supporter of Mr. Musharraf, but I say that because of certain facts. We all saw his weekly program, “Aiwan-e-Sadr Say”, hosted by Kamran Shahid, where Mr. Musharraf used to reply to all questions being asked with depth and clarity. And the way he used to quote facts and figures regarding Pakistan’s economics, financial sector, import and exports, defence and other areas of the state, only showed that he had his mind open towards all sectors and that he knew what was going on in his country. And in one such episode of “Aiwan-e-Sadr Say” the foreign media was invited, where Mr. Musharraf clearly explained the psyche of the Pakistani’s and their government and that they should be dealt with accordingly. And when the Western media started throwing their questions and made the event rather hostile, we all remember how straightforward he was in his replies that made clear that we, Pakistani’s, should be taken as we are.

    Yes, it is true that the Lal Masjid fiasco tampered his image, but in my opinion, Mr. Musharraf’s reign as President of Pakistan was the most successful and popular till date. All other leaders are politicians, but Mr. Musharraf was a pure statesman. He has created “All Pakistan Muslim League”, and whenever he would step back in Pakistani politics, other politicians and parties would have to rethink their strategies. My prayers are with Mr. Musharraf and his party. May we get a great leader who brings prosperity and growth in Pakistan, Ameen! Recommend

  • Maryam
    May 12, 2010 - 12:19PM

    i agree with the comments of people above.This is such a ridiculous statement by Musharaf. its not even abt 1 percent of the nation who wants him back and most of the people who r his fans are living abroad and have no idea what had he done to the country…Recommend

  • Yasir Qadeer
    May 12, 2010 - 12:46PM

    A dictator who was thrown out by the public decides to come back because he has 200,000 fans on FaceBook. That’s the most hilarious thing I have heard for some time now. If this is the scale than I forecast that Megan Fox is going to be the next President of USA. People of Pakistan fought for democracy and now they have it. No matter how much it takes, we will make this system work but will never support a dictator.Recommend

  • Fasih Ali Khan
    May 12, 2010 - 2:10PM

    @ Maryam

    Miss Judge, How comes you come up with the Conclusions like that. What Authority you using to describe ”1 Percent Popularity” to a National Leader. You ‘Musharraf Obsessed’ people sound real displaced talking in the air and without any fact and figures, to present your arguments, And the myth by you, Musharraf Bashers that Musharraf’s Supporters are just living abroad and no one supports him in Pakistan is a biggest lie in current age. I live in Lahore, Pakistan and have countless like minded people around, who love Musharraf to the core, for his Services for Pakistan. But for your Information them all are Wise and mostly exist in Educated Class. Meet that catagory, you’ll certainly find ”Musharraf Supporters” I Guarntee.Recommend

  • Sher Zaman
    May 12, 2010 - 3:02PM

    A lot of damage that Pakistan faced was done during the time of Musharraf, but being a Pakistani he can always come back and face the allegations.Recommend

  • Sharjeel Jawaid
    May 12, 2010 - 3:49PM

    Dear General Musharraf, I did not expect that you will forget the saying from ancient Greece; The heads of government do not realize that their salary is paid by history and not the treasury.Recommend

  • zeeshan
    May 12, 2010 - 4:44PM

    he never constitute,he had powers according to the constitutionRecommend

  • Omer Salman
    May 12, 2010 - 5:27PM

    I am sure that the ones who are criticing are either orphans of baiullah Masud or are those supporters of a failed, husband, and racist retard called imran khan with his tekreek which could not even muster 10 thousand votes in all bye elections.

    Musharaf was a states man, not even his worst enemies could prove an iota of corruption on him since the last two years. They lack leadership at front and protect the corrupt. their political judge is busy settling the old scores and looks like a stooge at the hands of Sharif brothers.

    A hustling economy of Pakistan, a moderate Pakistan a happy pakistan was there in musharaf era even in the last leg of his rule pakistan was much more stable, economically booming and free of sectarian voilence.

    Now comming back to his face book page the idiots here dont realise that the bubble of hate for musharaf is over. Even in the general elections musharaf aligned parties bagged the second highest number of votes from all four provinces of pakistan. Never the less his fans increase at a daily rate of 1000 plus. This means 1000 families of middle class pakistanis whether abroad or in pakistan become his fans if an average family in pakistan is of 5 people then it means 5 x 190,000= 9,50,000 Multiply this with other families who are the cousins and relatives. As in our society the family thinks the same way as their immidiate relatives are thinking. so multipy this by 4 again 3800000 an the chain contintues. As for my area and people of hazara are concerned they can never forget the role of Ex-president musharaf in the 2005 earthquake i ask all the critics where were they when army jawans were busy day and night in relief and rescue operations and then reconstruction and rehabilitation. It was his sound leadership which liberlized the media, made the economy strong, gave pakistan an international image, removed us from the clutches of IMF. Made the interests rates the lowest ever in the history of pakistan (SOOD/Riba.

    Not only this we managed to survive two major droughts, 3 major floods and two major earthquakes. on top of that nothing went wrong with our economy, inflation was lowest even when the rates of oil reached a peak of 150 Dollars, rate of pakistani currency was just 60 that too for 6 consecutive years. we made major developments in making technology advances and research and development on higher education. New universities and educational institutions were built in every corner of pakistan. subsidized medicines, free schooling and books were provided to primary and secondry educational institutions. NADRA, and NTS(national testing service) mere made and institutionalized. 2 general elections and 2 district governments elections were counudcted free fair and transparent elections were conducted there were flaws but these were detected and corrected. NIP(National Intership Program)was introduced for the youth of pakistan that meant every eligible youth of pakistan would be provided a government job for one year at rs. 10,000 that too without the influence of jialas and political apointments. Most of my friends got this in 2006 and finished their tenure in 2007 and got jobs after gaining work experience not only in pakistan but also the rest of the world.

    There was no power crisis in his era a load shedding of two hours used to take place thats normal. and many of the projects that he initiated if this government had paid attention would have solved by now but let the ones who hated him taste what they deserve.

    His biggest achievement was that when he left there were 16.5 billion dollars in pakistani reserves. after two months of taking over the criminal idiot called ishaq dar who is good for making black money white and getting loans written off for his masters like a loyal puppy of Ganga Brothers accepted that we have currently 14 billion dollars with a total debt burden of 40 billion dollars. now the debt has reached 56 billion dollars were are back to IMF for 13 billion dollars that too on a discount rate of 13 %. simply criminal.
    Can any hater or critics of musharaf deny these facts please do with facts and figures or challenge what i have written.

    A loyal musharaf supporter from hazara,

  • Fasih Ali Khan
    May 12, 2010 - 6:04PM

    @ Omer Salman

    Mash’Allah brother I’m Speechless. Beautiful description Indeed. Inshallah Your comments are reaching President Musharraf shortly.

    Great Brother. Proud to be of a same League :)Recommend

  • Pakistani
    May 12, 2010 - 7:53PM

    @ Omer Salman Zaberdast i agree with ya,
    these idiots dont know any thing they just believe what they hear from others.
    we need Musharaf to rock Pak again Recommend

  • Tariq Sheikh
    May 13, 2010 - 10:23AM

    @ Omer Salman,

    Thank you for your detailed post. You have solidly lambasted the “ignorant” ,”Illiterate” & “un-educated” critics of Musharraf.

    Pakistan’s woes today are because of them mostly.

    Musharraf had the guts to stand up diplomatically to the west and make this country progressive. I for one believe that he has not failed, and that if he came back, we would definitely vote for him.

    If the present people can have immunity, so can Musharraf. And even if he didn’t, they can’t prove anything against him anyways.Recommend

  • Mazhar
    May 13, 2010 - 2:12PM

    Guys Please share the facebook link…………….Recommend

  • May 13, 2010 - 2:18PM

    Since when the facebook pages started depicting the political strength of such figures? If I’ve an ‘anti’ page with members 400,000+, that would mean what?Recommend

  • Farhan
    May 13, 2010 - 2:48PM

    I dont say that whatever he did was right.. but compare him with the present president and you will understand why is he being supported.Recommend

  • waseem ishaq
    May 15, 2010 - 10:12PM

    i think general mushraf is a good humanbeing.but he is a liar . Recommend

  • Adnan
    May 16, 2010 - 12:43PM

    Even if the current govt. tries to prosecute him under the law, the whole country would wish to see its live proceedings in the Supreme Court of Pakistan where Mr. Musharraf will smack the hell out … and the the people of Pakistan would decide ! …

    Way to go Mushraff ! .. you ROCK !Recommend

  • Shahid
    May 16, 2010 - 3:40PM

    Musharraf was the best leader Pakistan had till date.

    It is such a shame that the media let him down… the very same media that was given the freedom by him and not from any previous governments.

    I wish and pray for his return to lead Pakistan again.
    Some of the comments written here just clearly states the Pakistan education system needs serious reform as the biggots have no clue or idea who is better for the country.

    Long live Musharraf… we will salute you foreverRecommend

  • Hasan
    May 19, 2010 - 4:48PM

    What about the other 2 trillion who are NOT his facbook fans and DONT want him back?Recommend

  • May 20, 2010 - 12:57AM

    President Musharraf has to come back to Pakistan because he is the only hope !Recommend

  • Azeem
    May 20, 2010 - 9:41AM

    Aaaah…..so thats why Facebook is blocked. now it all makes sense.Recommend

  • Faizan
    May 20, 2010 - 9:07PM

    Simple Math Mush.
    (200,000 FB Fans MINUS The ones who clicked it just for the heck of it.)
    160 MN PEOPLE.
    Do the math. Recommend

  • Mahmood Khan
    May 21, 2010 - 10:57AM

    TO MUSHARAF! I also want you to come back to Pakistan & put your positive role in Pakistani politics, because now a day Zardari is the most corrupt polition in Pakistan, And also Nawaz Sharif is not behaving well as an opposition. You have only only problem that you behaves like the U.S slave. but other things are good in you. Come back & join politics again and behave like a TIGER, but not as a Slave of U.S or other foreign countries.Recommend

  • Sadaf
    May 21, 2010 - 10:37PM

    Yes please do come back…. In your times women were respected a lot,, now sexual harrassment cases have increased so much in offices ,, that a normal woman is not at all safe.. I worked in offices during your time,, and no one ever misbehaved with me…Now things r totally reversed: most of my female friends do not want to go to offices and work there.. They have sit at homes after getting educated…..There is lot of unemployment too..Unemployment and sexual harrassment has increased too much.. parents dont feel like making their daughters work now…..loadshedding, inflation,,poverty,,fake companies and “Dhandli of even street ka gunda” has reached its extent…let us see if you can restore our economy back to good conditions>>>>>so much violence and sex hunger these days…..You simply cant understand what we are going through……..Recommend

  • SadafFayyaz
    May 21, 2010 - 11:44PM

    So now makes sense why face book is blocked… Why did’t PTA block other un_islamic content? Aaj Islam yaad aa gaya PTA n LHC ko??Recommend

  • May 22, 2010 - 1:36AM

    I am also a fan on facebook but it is down in Pakistan. How can i contact with my other fans and Musharaf new community?Recommend

  • Shahid
    May 23, 2010 - 12:33AM

    @Syed Mateen:
    Pakistan is home country for MQM leader Alatf Hussain who is residing himself in UK from last 18 years. uska pehle haq banta hai watan wapis anay ko .. i m sure u support him as well. Recommend

  • May 26, 2010 - 10:24PM

    come backRecommend

  • Asif Shar
    Jun 9, 2010 - 3:19AM

    lolz… Mr. Pervez is just comming back bcox his facebook fans want, strange! General shahib most of them are below 17yrs old, what abt the rest of Paki ppl.
    Plz let us live now, just be away from our country & plz dont pretend to be son of soil! we knw u very well nowRecommend

  • Zafar
    Jun 9, 2010 - 11:08AM

    Those of you who support him, please go on to his page on Facebook and read the comments posted in last 1-2 days, then you will know how much the people hate him. These comments are deleted by him thats why you will get all the past posts praising him. Thats him. And for those who are pointing the good things in his regime should know that a child born without marriage is always illegal whether he is beautiful or not. His electoral college was the army selection board, who also made him take oath that he will remain loyal to the constitution.How he fulfilled his oath we all know.Recommend

  • Anonymous.....
    Jun 11, 2010 - 2:54AM

    **Mr. Musharraf, do come back and please save our beloved country from this Zardari thing who is no less than a termite for Pakistan. please please pelase, save Pakistan…….**Recommend

  • Asif Khan
    Jun 11, 2010 - 5:59PM

    no doubt 200,000+ educated people from Pakistan wants pervaiz musharaf back in politics….Recommend

  • Mashood
    Jun 12, 2010 - 5:38AM

    was 8 Plus years not enough- why these self centered, semi educated Generals consider themselve politicians we have had enough of them – let democracy floursihRecommend

  • amna
    Aug 23, 2010 - 11:10PM

    musharaf u were good.but your advisory was wrong.you planted an endless series of riots in pakistan.how we can forget u for your mischief.dont come back people of pakistan are not as much unawared as u hopesRecommend

  • adeel bilal
    Sep 15, 2010 - 11:41PM

    ur most welcome whole nation is w8ng for u to come back but are u ready to face the trail for the crime u comitted agisnt the people of pakistan are u ready to adress public rallies…..by sittng in ur drawing room usng social nwtwrkng wat u can achive…..so be real mr mushraff ur no more army chief nor we want u to be our leaderRecommend

  • Salman Arshad
    Sep 30, 2010 - 12:48AM

    And if Facebook gets blocked again, what will the “online soldier” do?Recommend

  • Oct 22, 2010 - 3:48AM

    we want PM back Recommend

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