Archive for March, 2013

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وہ پاکستان کہاں ھے، جو ۵ سال پہلے چھوڑ کر گیا تھا؟

March 25, 2013

ReportSource: Express Newspaper

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عوام ساتھ دیں تو وہی پاکستان بنادوں گا، جيسا چھوڑ کرگیا تھا۔ پرویزمشرف

March 25, 2013

اسٹاف رپورٹر

 کراچی : سابق صدرجنرل ریٹائرڈ پرویزمشرف وطن تو واپس آگئے لیکن پاکستان کی صورتحال سے خوش نہیں۔ کہتے ہیں۔ ملک کی حالت دیکھ کر اُن کا دل خون کے آنسو رو رہا ہے۔  انھوں نے اپیل کی کہ عوام اُن کا ساتھ دیں تو وہی پاکستان بنادیں گے جيسا وہ چھوڑ کرگئے تھے۔

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بالآخر پرویز مشرف وطن آ ہی گئے ۔ ان کی ایک جھلک دیکھنے کیلئے کراچی ایئرپورٹ پر چاہنے والوں کا سیلاب امڈ آیا ۔ گلاب کی پتیوں سے سابق صدر کا والہانہ استقبال کیا گیا ۔

آل پاکستان مسلم لیگ کے سربراہ نے سب کا شکریہ ادا کیا ۔ بولے وہ لوگ کہاں گئے جو کہتے تھے کہ مشرف نہیں آئے گا ۔ پرویز مشرف نے ایک بار پھر کہا وہ سوائے اللہ کے کسی سے ڈرتے نہیں۔

سابق صدر نے کہا کہ ملک کی موجودہ صورتحال پر ان کا دل خون کے آنسو روتا ہے ۔ بولے ،، پاکستان کو بچاکر رہیں گے۔

پرویز مشرف نے اپنے چاہنے والوں سے مختصر خطاب کے دوران یقین دلایا کہ وہ پورے ملک میں جلسے کریں گے ۔ عوام کی حمایت سے ضرور کامیابی ملے گی۔ سماء

Source: Sama

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اس ملک کی ھے آخری امید، مشرف

March 23, 2013

Is mulk ki hai aakhri umeed - Musharraf

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“I will arrive in Karachi today, March 24th 2013.”

March 23, 2013

“I will arrive in Karachi today, March 24th 2013, at 1:00 pm and address a public rally at the airport at 5:00 pm in the evening.” (President Pervez Musharraf’s announcement on his Facebook page. Click here to visit it.)

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Musharraf recieves protective bail from Sindh High Court

March 22, 2013

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) has approved the pre-arrest bail of former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf for ten days.

According to sources, the court has granted pre-arrest protective bail to Pervez Musharraf for ten days only.

Pervez Musharraf had announced earlier this month that he would return to Pakistan on March 24.

Bail

 

Aila Raza, daughter of Pervez Musharraf had filed the interim bail plea on behalf of the former president who had remained on a self-imposed exile during the previous years.

Three different petitions relating to Benazir assassination case, Akbar Bugti murder case and judges case have landed in Sindh Registrar’s office.

The former president has appointed Barrister Salman Safdar and AQ Halipota as his counsels.

 

Source: Aaj News

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March 21, 2013

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Musharraf expects support from world leaders

March 17, 2013

Dubai: Former Pakistani president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf said he has not sought any guarantee for his safe return home but expects world leaders and the [Pakistan] army to stand by him, respecting his stature.

Musharraf (1)“I did not ask anyone for any guarantee for my safe return but I expect the world leaders to support me, considering my stature as former president and former army chief,” Musharraf told Gulf News in response to media reports that regional powers have brokered a deal with Pakistani politicians and the government for his return from self-imposed exile.

Musharraf had allowed former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to return to Pakistan from exile from Saudi Arabia after pressure from regional leaders in 2007.

Meanwhile, sources told Gulf News that some leaders from the region have asked Sharif and other Pakistani leaders to provide a safe passage to Musharraf to go back and contest general elections.

However, Musharraf has announced a tentative date of his return to Pakistan.

“Musharraf is expected to fly from Dubai to Karachi on March 24 provided the interim government is announced by March 17,” said Khurram Haris, a spokesperson of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML). “He will definitely go back, but the date may change… He will go back within one week of forming the interim government or whenever it happens,” he said.

Entourage

Haris said invitations have been sent to global media and Musharraf’s supporters to travel with him on March 24.

Around 250 people, including 100 journalists — 50 from Pakistan and 50 from around the world — will join Musharraf on his flight back home. It will be a commercial flight and not a chartered plane. Around 150 APML supporters will also accompany him to Karachi.

Haris said arrangements have been made to provide live coverage of Musharraf’s visit to all television channels and hoped that hundreds of thousands of his supporters would receive him at the Karachi airport.

Musharraf had previously vowed to return to Pakistan on January 31 last year to revive his political career but postponed his plan after the Pakistan People’s Party-led government threatened to arrest him upon arrival.

Moreover, the former president’s friends and the Pakistan army also advised him to stay away from the country.

Numerous charges

Musharraf faces charges in a number of cases, including security lapse to former prime minister Benazir Bhutto before her assassination, ordering force against Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti who was killed in a military operation and giving orders to flush out students from the Lal Masjid in Islamabad.

However, Musharraf is confident that he would not be arrested on arrival because he has not been convicted by a court in any of the cases. He said the arrest warrants were issued against him for not appearing in court.

“I will present myself in court after my return and hope justice will be done because I am not involved in any of the cases,” he said.

The former military chief, who ruled the country from 1999 to 2008, said the next elections must be held under the supervision of the army to ensure transparency.

Musharraf launched his political party APML in exile in October 2011 in a bid to give a third option to the Pakistani electorate.

Source: Gulf News

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“March 24, 2013 – I will be in Pakistan.”

March 16, 2013

24th March 2013

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“Now or Never!”

March 15, 2013

Former military ruler Pervez Musharraf is set to return to Pakistan on March 24, just a week after the dissolution of assemblies.

If the timing is significant, it’s because Musharraf isn’t coming here on a private visit to meet family and friends – the former president announced on March 1, 2013 that he plans to contest parliamentary elections as the leader of his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML).

Musharraf“When I look at these conditions that the country is in, I know that my return to Pakistan is crucial. And I will return to my beloved country,” he said at a press conference in Dubai. “Now or never, now or never!”

With this announcement, however, arise a number of considerations – the various cases pending against him, the viability of his party performing well in the polls, the size of his support base and the kind of political drama that could take place once he steps foot on Pakistani soil – not to mention the spectre of violence.

First, the cases: The former military leader has been implicated in the assassinations of Benazir Bhutto as well as Nawab Akbar Bugti. On top of that is his involvement in the Lal Masjid operation. Then of course, the government has scrambled to start the process for lodging a high treason case against the ex-president, currently living in self-imposed exile.

These cases can not be looked at in terms of legal repercussions alone. The Senate was both thrown into an uproar earlier this week, soon after Musharraf made his dramatic announcement.

Senator Raza Rabbani, of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) reminded the lawmakers that a resolution had been adopted unanimously last year to try Musharraf for treason.

Musharraf’s supporters, of course do not take well to such reminders. Many believe that Pakistan, at a low point as far as peace, security, and tolerance are concerned, would be best handled by a man like Musharraf.

Many people also fear, however, that Pakistan could be thrown into chaos with the arrival of such a controversial figure at such a sensitive time, especially considering the obstacles Musharraf will face in his quest to contest elections without a word of dissent.

Considering this imbroglio that Musharraf is to involve himself in the minute he lands, as well as the receding popularity of APML, should he return to Pakistan? Is it worth the possible price?

And is he even a viable electoral candidate?  Musharraf has never come to power via parliamentary elections before. And this time, he plans to enter them with a lot of legal baggage.

Source: Dawn

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Pervez Musharraf announces his return to Pakistan

March 1, 2013

 

 

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