Akbar Bugti wasn't murdered, he committed suicide: Musharraf

Published: March 14, 2012
Musharraf says he is 'not an ordinary person', not afraid of red warrants. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

Musharraf says he is 'not an ordinary person', not afraid of red warrants. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) chief General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has claimed that Nawab Akbar Bugti was not murdered, but had committed suicide, DawnNews reported.

Baloch leader Harbiyar Marri however denied Musharraf’s claims and said that he wants to “escape” after perpetrating decade-long “atrocities” against Baloch locals.

Amid ambiguities tied with his homecoming and the issuance of Red Warrants from Interpol for his arrest in the Benazir Bhutto assassination case, Musharraf said that he is “not an ordinary person” and that he was not afraid of red warrants.

He also said that he would return to Pakistan before the coming general elections and added that the date of his arrival would only be decided after consulting with his party.

While speaking about Balochistan, Musharraf said that unrest in the province was not a mysterious issue and that there were a few people behind it who needed to be dealt with an iron hand. He also alleged that India was involved in disrupting peace in the province and the country.

Musharraf said that the country had been on the “verge of disaster” and he had “introduced real democracy.”

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  • MAD
    Mar 14, 2012 - 3:48PM

    Dear General Sb, despite your various actions that caused the country significant harm I have no desire to see you tried. How about you just go live your life in greener pastures abroad and let us poor Pakistanis be. THis statement will only add fuel to the fire.


  • Basit Khan
    Mar 14, 2012 - 3:52PM

    Sure Commando, that’s what’s called blowing hot and cold. Now come back to the country and tell that to the courts.


  • Country Lost
    Mar 14, 2012 - 3:54PM

    Geo musharraf


  • Nadeem
    Mar 14, 2012 - 3:59PM

    “Bugti committed suicide, and I am the king of Prussia”. Musharraf now needs geriatric care by a committed neurologist. When was the last MRI done on his brain?


  • Ahmad
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:07PM

    a dictator introducing real democracy. enough said.


  • ZYX
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:09PM

    No matter how much one dislikes Mush, one has to admit that he was much better than Zardari or Nawaz. I’m no big fan of his, but I agree that Bugti likely purposely “martyred” himself so that he could be remembered for the last 30 minutes of his life rather than the 80 horrendous years before them. He killed Baloch separatists, nationalists and ordinary people from his clan and elsewhere. My only regret is that Mush didn’t wipe them all out. If you’re gonna be tried for one, may as well be tried for them all eh


  • Wahid
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:12PM

    Yes sir we know, you aren’t a ordinary person, just like ordinary citizen of Pakistan who has to face rule of law and pays tax unlike people like you, you are indeed not a ordinary person.


  • MrFai
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:13PM

    Musharraf stop making people fool…. Shame on you …you were a General so fight like a general don’t hide behind walls.. If you are such a good person come and face the consquences


  • Khan Jr
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:13PM

    Musharraf deserves a Nobel prize for creative fiction.

    The day after Bugti’s death Musharraf officially congratulated his troops for killing him, a fact which was covered by all the newspapers of the day.

    Yes, commando sahib it must be extremely hot and uncomfortable getting caught in your very own ‘line of backfire.’Recommend

  • Much Amused
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:14PM

    He will not return. The only way for him to come back is for the army to give guarantee to him which the army is now not in a position to give. He will wait for the elections not happening. This is the time the army will show its hand and perhaps he may return.


  • IAK
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:14PM

    Musharaf is right when he said:”That unrest in the province was not a mysterious issue and that there were a few people behind it who needed to be dealt with an iron hand. He also alleged that India was involved in disrupting peace in the province and the country”.
    What the people of Balochistan got from these Sardars? …. Miseries …. Poverty … Cruelty.


  • zoro
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:16PM

    hehehehehehe … thats what I can do on this statement by Musshhyy …. hehehehe…
    He thinks everybody in this world is a Punjabi Pakistani …. hehehehe Poor U Mr. mushhyy


  • Ali Nasir
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:37PM

    Your dictatorship was best then this democracy, we want the dictatorship kindly come back for our home.


  • KMR Overseas
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:38PM

    Deport him to India his birth place!!


  • Amir
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:42PM

    Our all differences with Musharaf on one side but this is realy true and 100% correct. Weather poeple agree with this or not. But this is truth. Army sent three high ranking officials inside the cave to negotiate with Bughti but they were killed. When Army raided inside. He and his comrades hastly fired rockets which ultimately caused his death.


  • John B
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:54PM

    Fantastic joke of today!

    He committed suicide and locked himself in his coffin! Was it really Akbar Bugti in the coffin?I am beginning to have doubts about the claim,now.


  • PakiKaka
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:56PM

    I hope you commit the same suicide that Bugti did… Will give us a chance to get rid of you… And will also give your children the bounty that has been placed on your head by Shahzain Bugti… Please do it…


  • IAK
    Mar 14, 2012 - 4:59PM

    I totally agree with you.


  • ZYX
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:13PM


    Agree with you 100%. Bugti did this on purpose and this stupid liberal media always fails to provide the complete picture; the army tried to negotiate with who was shooting at them and when they went to him to talk he killed several officers after which he himself cause the cave to collapse from the rockets he and his men fired. The army’s mistake is that they should have withdrawn and cordoned the area so he would have to come out sooner or later in his miserable condition. Google Bugti and all you’ll see are guns, thuggery, murder, extortion, etc. Not once will you hear anything about putting up schools or building new infrastructure for their people or anything of the sort. How can any rational person have any sympathy for any of these people?Recommend

  • Zeta
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:15PM

    I was once a liberal and Musharraf Admirer. now im none :)


  • Shyam
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:15PM

    Akbar Bugti commited suicide by shooting himself in the head with helicopter gunships


  • Nazir Ahmed
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:29PM

    Akbar Bugti died alongwith four Army officers inside the cave. Were the Army officers wearing suicide jackets to blow themselves up? One may ask what was he doing there in that cave in Marri tribes area otherwise off limits to Bugtis? A proper judicial inquiry can find the facts of that incident which has helped the seperatists to get attention at the international level.


  • Mir
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:45PM

    Surely you are not an ordinary person you must be trialed for war crimes in international court of justice.


  • Cobra Commander
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:48PM

    And Nawaz Sharif wasn’t deposed by Mush in 1999 , Nawaz Sharif resigned himself and ran away from Pakistan .


  • cheema
    Mar 14, 2012 - 5:50PM

    Musharraf the best leader Pakistan ever had.


  • Babloo
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:02PM

    Musharraf was just one charlatan, in a long list, that have ruled Pakistan. His darkest hour was when he refused to acknowledge and collect the dead bodies of Pak army men for burial from Indian army, claiming Pakistan army had not intruded into kargil.


  • Rajendra Kalkhande
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:07PM

    Every time some or the other person talks of Indian involvement in Baluchistan. Why can’t they put the hard evidence on table so that we Indians also know. What stops Pakistan of taking India to UN on this issue? If you can not give hard evidence, better stop fooling Pakistani people. Produce an Indian Kasab or else keep your mouth shut.. .


  • Cautious
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:18PM

    Akin to saying to accusing someone of shooting himself in the back?


  • Malik Rashid
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:21PM

    Gen. Musharraf says Bugti committed suicide. For a Baluch to be there in Baluchistan, in the trajectory of falling bombs and raiding army, is plain suicide. Pakistan army owns Baluchistan and they can drop Pakistani bombs anywhere they like. Death as a result of an army operation is actually god’s wrath for foolhardiness of the victim. The conquered Baluch people have no right to deny ‘torture-murder entertainment’ to Pakistani military. Unwanted attention to military’s indulgence could hamper US-Pakistan relations.


  • Elhaan Khan
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:22PM

    When it comes to lie , no one can beat our generals. They used to say we won 1965 war and Indians were aggressor , It was them who provoked Indians through Gibraltor misadventure we piad heavy price for it. They said there were Kashmiri Mujhaddins on Kargil hieghts, later proved it was our regulars there to derail Lahore Peace Process . Our generals said Osama was not in Pakistan, look where Americans got him. These Generals can make fool of people of Punjab but not people of smaller provinces .Recommend

  • Mar 14, 2012 - 6:25PM

    I m sick of ur lies mushi, what have u done to this country http://707monty.blogspot.com/2012/01/musharraf-please-have-mercy-on-poor.html


  • Faddy
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:28PM

    Bugti was the one who use to blew up million dollar gas installations on a single strike for his illegal demands… C’mon people, how your are going to justify that? He was not surrendering, then what choice Musharraf had ?


  • Mirza
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:31PM

    Before Mush had Akbar Bugti killed, he made this boast. I would hit him so hard that he would not know what hit him! And sure he did. Both BB and Bugti took their own lives. While at it, ZAB was also not hanged he went crazy and killed himself before the general could hang him. No general has committed any crime against the people of Pakistan. The 60 judges and their familes threw themselves in detention not Gen Mush.
    While making things up, Mush still thinks that he has a political party in Pakistan! No wonder he claims to be an extra ordinary man, a leader without party, a democrat in uniform.


  • ishtiaer hussain
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:37PM

    I totally agree with you. This is the truth wether one accepts it or not. My eldest brother took part in that operation as a soldier of Pak Army. He told the same story about the death of Akbar Bugti. Some of us are so biased against Musharraf that they can’t (or don’t) think objectively about the circumstances surrounding the death of Bugti and don’t bother to employ commonsense to understand the situation. I would ask for the constitution of a high-powered judicial commission which would solve the mystery of Akbar Bugti’s death once and for all.


  • WB
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:44PM

    Actually on this one Mush is right. Bugti, when cornered wanted to negotiate his surrender and once the army officers entered his cave, he blew the whole thing up.


  • B
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:46PM

    Bugti fired that rocket himself. Whether u support Musharraf or not let us at least be broadminded enough to allow that there is more to this than what the Bugtis claimed. Ask yourself what Musharraf had to gain from killing Bugti and what Bugti had to gain from making his death look as if carried out by the Army. Make a list of pros and cons and then decide. Maybe this esteemed newspaper can do this.


  • Mar 14, 2012 - 6:46PM

    Commando has woken up after 6 years of justifying Bugti’s killing.


  • Raza
    Mar 14, 2012 - 6:51PM

    I had never been the President of Pakistan – Musharaf .. seriously o__0


  • Rana Asim
    Mar 14, 2012 - 7:09PM

    Musharraf is great leader.Some work is not taken by him.
    he take a lot of job opportunity in Pakistan.Pakistan is a great country but our leader is not best for this.God help us


  • Mirza
    Mar 14, 2012 - 7:11PM

    @Natasha Suleman.:
    You have nailed it! After justifying the murder of AB for 6 years the commando finally learned that AB was a suicide bomber and blew himself up!


  • Mar 14, 2012 - 7:30PM

    Although I don’t Like you but Yes you are TRUE this time


  • Fareed
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:02PM

    @Rajendra Kalkhande:
    I totally agree with you. The fact is, be it indian or pakistan politics they sit on these evidences so that they can one day cash them. Its just pathetic to involve eberybody in allegations – show the evidences if there are some and lets move on. Either our politicians are hiding their own crap or they are so naive that they don’t know that todays battles are fought by convincing the masses. Show the evidence !!! ( in all cases )

    As far as Musharraf is concerned. First off, give first birth to a competent political leader who delivers and then talk about democracy. Until then im quitr happy with Musharraf style of democracy!! We as a nation can only be governed by musharraf-style dictator – at least he gave something to the poor.

    And everybody saying he destroyed pakistan, what did he destroy (don’t come me with democracy)

    If politicians and military are both corrupt i wouldn’t mind going for either one of them – as long as the poor man gets his bread.


  • Chacha
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:05PM

    @ishtiaer hussain: Oh so now Bugti is collateral damage which he himself is responsible for ? And the times that the Indian army fires back in self defence and some innocent and some not so innocent people are killed – that is not collateral damage but rape and pillage ?

    Whether or not Bugti caused his death or not, history has now been written. And Pakistan army will have to go that extra mile to wash itself off this taint.

    Just like Indian army will have to as well.


  • Mar 14, 2012 - 8:10PM

    The truth is out. Nawab Akbar Bugti committed suicide. Pakistan Army just helped in pulling the trigger.


  • fus
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:18PM

    Keep on blaming Musharraf, you all are blind in Hatred. Do you really think Bugti was a good person and similarly other Sardars, case on hand sons of Raisanis, if they can act god in Karachi, just imagine how they treat the ppl in their area. Bugti himself was selfish, self centered, , same goes for other sardars who are now raising voice for Baluchistan. Govt. have done little for baluchistan, true, but these ppl have done worse, since they took the money from govt for themselves rather than for the ppl. What have they done? Media is also bias, Musharraf was not angel, but lot better than Nawaz and Zardai. No one has any proof of his corruption, political parties are just using him to get cheap publicity and his their own wrong doings.

    I think Pakistani ppl deserve Nawaz Sharif and Zardari, enjoy!!!Recommend

  • A. Khan
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:21PM

    Whether Bugti was assassinated/killed/committed suicide is immaterial. The man is gone and the Baloch people are better off without him. If the same can be repeated for the rest of the “sardars”, then all the problems facing Baloch people would be resolved. It is the sardari system that is holding Balochistan back.


  • Mar 14, 2012 - 8:24PM

    What a lie! But then that can be expected from Musharraf. So cheap! Anyways it’s high time India openly gave moral support to the Baloch people!


  • DB
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:25PM

    This is true and even admitted by some of the Baloch tribals who were there but later silenced. Bugti fired an RPG inside the cave not knowing that the back blast of the RPG will kill you in enclosed space.

    Question is why did he have heavy arms and RPGs?


  • Shakky
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:41PM

    So let me get this straight. Bugti takes up arms against the government and holes up in a cave with massive armaments while his followers engage in running battles with the army. In other words, he deliberately puts himself in harms way. If he didn’t want to get killed, he shouldn’t have taken up arms and instead relied on political means to achieve his goals.


  • Hamid Mirza
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:55PM

    The truth: Akbar Bugti was sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan, funded by India and now his grandson is doing the same against Pakistani army. Ask any Army personnel and they will confirm it.
    The royalties given to him by OGDC and PPL were meant to be spent on the development of Balochis, who are living in poverty while Bugti’s grandsons are living in palatial houses and driving Ferrari’s in Karachi guarded by a dozen armed men.
    An army Colonel and two Majors were sent into the cave to negotiate his surrender, which proves it wasn’t the government’s intention to kill him. It was his own violence against them, which killed him.

  • MarkH
    Mar 14, 2012 - 8:55PM

    Generals don’t take the front lines. They stay behind walls planning strategy or watching TV.


  • Maryam
    Mar 14, 2012 - 9:02PM

    yeah yeah yeah….you are retired


  • Azam Mirza
    Mar 14, 2012 - 9:06PM

    If He is saying so he must be right very responsible person when it comes to give a statement.


  • ishtiaer hussain
    Mar 14, 2012 - 9:23PM

    @Hamid Mirza:

    I agree with you 100%. You have summed up the whole truth in a few lines. Bravo! The problem is that a section of media and our society is so biased against Musharraf that they will keep cranking out as much propaganda against him as possible no matter what. People will keep crying foul about Musharraf without looking at his contribution to the country. I have never seen as intensive character assassination of any person in our media as his. I never say that he was a perfect man or ruler. But it is high time that we need to look at his legacy in a balanced way.


  • Pinky
    Mar 14, 2012 - 9:45PM

    er dear Sir, any comments about this speech of yours where you explain the chain of command involved in operation against bugti & declare enthusiastically that he deserved what he got?

    how about this address of yours where you announce ” wohi kiya jo hona chahiye tha” (1.38-1:42)


  • PakPunjabi
    Mar 14, 2012 - 9:48PM

    General Musharraf and other Generals who think they ‘own’ Pakistan are wrong. Very true!
    But so are the Sardars who think they ‘own’ Pakistanis.
    We, as Pakistanis, need to tell the Pak Army to stay in the barracks and on the borders where they belong. We also need to get rid of this medieval, unIslamic and stupid feudal system. Sardars, Nawabs, Chaudharys and Wadheras are murderers, rapists and looters.
    Power the common man on the street and enforce justice. Jobs and awards provided on the basis of merit and I am so sure, we will excel in everything.


  • Hadi Ansari
    Mar 14, 2012 - 10:43PM

    General Musharaf is no angel and surely he never claimed that.His political partners always wanted him to commit blunders which he did.Having said that overall his performance as a dictator/president was far superior than any democrat/dictator since inception of Pakistan .
    We all want democracy the real one and would very much like all the political parties to have
    election within their ranks.Currently they operate like Dynasty,where baton is handed over to the sons/daughters.
    The General is hated because he is domiciled in Sindh Province.He was well respected while
    In office and is still regarded highly outside Pakistan .Every body knows he will be humiliated
    to the limit once his plane lands and he knows that and must be feeling that he will not get
    justice.Documents/evidence in his favour will not be made available by the relevant agencies.


    Mar 14, 2012 - 11:46PM

    WHY REVEALED SO EARLYPls wait for the nature to ply its role.
    Long live Pakistan


  • Saleem
    Mar 15, 2012 - 12:34AM

    And the dictator zia committed suicide as well!


  • SoundofFury
    Mar 15, 2012 - 12:52AM

    Mushy: “I did not shoot at Mr. Bugti your honor, he just deliberately walked into the line of fire.”


  • Mohammed Arif
    Mar 15, 2012 - 1:17AM

    What Gen. Musharraf did in his tenure (excl NRO) was in the interest of Pakistan. Although he is not directly responsible for the incident of Bughti but the rift started when bughti was refused to give cash as royalty to purchase arms to fire on security forces and to blackmail he carried out hundreds of explosions on gas pipe lines, transformers and railway tracks. Is that not enough to open the eyes of general public that his grandson was red handed caught getting heavy duty arms into pakistan. Briefly, there is a series of achievements that Musharraf has credibility like RID OF FROM IMF. Mega projects in Balochistan, a real democracy by power to grass root level, media freedom, neat and clean elections, and many others. The only mistake of him is NRO. Further Musharraf should not come to Pakistan to avoid another judicial murder.


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 1:33AM

    This ‘I am superior punjabi and you are inferior and weak Baloch’ complex is not good. One day Pakistan is going to reap consequences for this kind of attitude.


  • ali
    Mar 15, 2012 - 1:34AM

    he will never return..coward…


  • sashayub
    Mar 15, 2012 - 2:12AM

    of course you are NO ORDINARY PERSON…..no ordinary person in pakistan can afford to build a house/let alone an extra-ordinary farmhouse from income/salary he receives from being in the army…..can you prove your sources of income? and can you justify the “official rate” at which you acquired this land as privilege?


  • Ali Ahmed Barlas
    Mar 15, 2012 - 3:31AM

    shazen bugti offers 10000000000 Rs who ever brings Musharafs head. just 1 question , where did get this kind of money ?


  • APP
    Mar 15, 2012 - 4:33AM

    “He stabbed himself in the back four times and threw himself off a bridge. ” – Analyze That


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 8:50AM

    @Malik Rashid:
    Pak army said there is no army action in Balochistan and I believe him. All those who dislike Musharraf are agents of Indian RAW. He is the best General Pakistan has. What he is saying is 100% truth and truth is bitter and hard to digest.


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 8:54AM

    @Much Amused:
    Just like Benazir and Nawaz came at the election time inspite of making deal they will not come before election. Both are traitors and anti-Pakistan and pro-Indian. I wonder how much the Indians paid the gangas in their swiss accout.


  • adi
    Mar 15, 2012 - 9:00AM

    @Mirza & Natasha… from your comments you both are proving urself to be ignorant of first class…they explanation of the events has been around since the day this terrorist got killed. Your homework anti-army creatures…so some reading!


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 9:11AM

    @Hamid Mirza:
    you are absolutely right Hamid. Why this ordinary thing people cant understand. Its not rocket science. These status-quo parties just want to punish Musharraf for their corruption. Balochistan was/is ruled by the Baloch leaders only for the last 60+ years. They cannot make a school inspite they get huge royalties for the gas. They cant make a school. This shows how sincere the Baloch leaders were. They build an army for themself to make their tribal people give punishments etc. but they can never make a hospital in 60 years and now they are talking of their tribemen. The bugtis have kiced their sub-tribemen I think they katpals or something, Musharraf have let them go back to Balochistan.


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 9:42AM

    True that Criminal committed suicide as he knew his down fall was near Good he is Dead .no more slaves


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 9:46AM

    We Need you Sir Come back we dont want this Democracy we want rules we want LAW & ORDER


  • MAD
    Mar 15, 2012 - 10:45AM

    @Dr Priyanka: Mush wasnt Punjabi. He was from an Urdu speaking family with roots in Delhi


  • Iram
    Mar 15, 2012 - 11:03AM

    I salute you Musharaf for doing this good deed.


  • Anonymous - A
    Mar 15, 2012 - 11:13AM

    I totally agree with Mush’s statement. An army Colonel and two Majors were sent into the cave to negotiate Bugti’s surrender, he ‘the egoistic’ blew himself up, killing the army personnel as well. Why can’t people see the truth?


  • Anonymous - A
    Mar 15, 2012 - 11:20AM

    How can people be so biased? Musharraf’s only mistake was that when he came into power he was in uniform. Otherwise, he was/is FAR better than the present “so called” democracy.


  • Yuri Kondratyuk
    Mar 15, 2012 - 11:22AM

    Now I know where Zaid Hamid gets all his knowledge from!


  • Beatle
    Mar 15, 2012 - 12:08PM

    Why wait for general election to prove your ” bravery “. Waiting for “Part” decision (like Altaf Bhai seeking his own slave-like workers'”‘permission”). Don’t know which party does he refer to. Come home and prove your courage.


  • Humayun
    Mar 15, 2012 - 2:20PM

    As for Civil and Military Leadership policies and tendencies towards Balochistan, suffice it to say they need to decide whether they want to rule the land or rule the people.

    Almost all the discussion I have come across regarding Balochistan, they tend to be diverted towards personality discussion, justification and blame exchanges, rather than concern for the common Balochistanis. This extremely unforunate and disappointing to see such views coming out of cosy homes / offices.


  • Mar 15, 2012 - 11:30PM

    how bugti could be killed by army when its officers were in the cave.


  • Ateeq Tariq
    Mar 15, 2012 - 11:33PM

    All who are speaking against Musharraf, should see Ahmadan Bugti’s (Akbar Butgti’s first cousin & elected MNA from Dera Bugti, Sui & Kolhu) Interview.
    Akbar Bugti killed his own people..


  • Seema Shaikh
    Mar 16, 2012 - 1:59AM

    @Faddy: Balochi blew those pipe lines not for illegal demands, were just trying to tell Punjab that hundreds miles away Punjab’s every village gets gas from Balochistan but remote areas of Balochistan, still to get the gas. Punjab always term, those traitor, who want their resources back from the clutches of Punjab. Today Punjab claims resources on majority population but in yester years they refused to accept the same claim by Bangalis and just to counter their claim of being majority population, Punjabi establishment created one unit. Balochi are not traitors, they just want their control on resource. Now its time for Punjab to learn from past mistakes.


  • Abid Mohiuddin
    Mar 16, 2012 - 8:29AM

    You misunderstood him
    He has a status and not a criminal and Interpol will think and review 100 times before thinking of touching him . I think that is what he means .He is otherwise much more ordinary than Nawaz or Zardari when it comes to humbleness.
    Geo Musharraf. Sub se pahle Pakistan


  • jock
    Mar 16, 2012 - 9:54AM

    Yeah. And Elvis Lives.


  • The Dude
    Mar 16, 2012 - 10:57AM

    This will not stand, this agression will not stand, man!


  • faryal
    Mar 24, 2012 - 4:47PM

    An incompetent and a liar- was able to do some good things. He knew about Bin Laden hiding in Abottabad. He should be tried when he returns.


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