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By Dr. Amjad Ayub Mirza |
Updated:
20 Oct 2020 13:11 IS

Glasgow [Scotland], 20 October (ANI): PakistanI am the prime minister Imran KhanHis political career is in serious trouble. A powerful alliance of 11 newly formed political parties was summoned Pakistan The Democratic Movement (PDM), which belongs to a heavy class such as the liberal-center-right Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN), center left social democrats Pakistan The people’s Party (PPP) and the conservative right wing Deobandi Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazalur Rehman (JEWISH) has become a serious threat to currents Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government.

Two consecutive public rallies held by the PDM on October 16 and 18 in Gujranwala Punjab and the Sindh metropolitan city of Karachi have shaken the confidence of the sitting government. A nervous cabinet nervously tried to twist the mass’s newfound admiration for the opposition as a manifestation of some hidden ‘India’ agenda. However, people don’t seem to buy the old formula for survival that society traditionally uses Pakistanmy formation.

After a long time since the murder of Benazir Bhutto in 2007, PakistanI the electorate once again seems to be responsive to the previously marginalized political influence that seems to have reinvented itself, has felt the pulse of the common people. PDM is an expression of their great concern about the economic, political and social problems faced by the unfortunate masses of the population who only receive messages from Imran Khan has become ‘Aapne ghabrana nahi hai’ (you don’t need to worry).

The economic shocks caused by the disclosure that the country’s GDP had slumped to negative below 0.4 percent, the apparent political failure to contain the Baloch rebellion, the Pashtun dissent and the rise of Sindhi nationalism were accompanied by a failure to garner international diplomatic support for these countries. called the ‘Kashmir problem’ and an increase in the price of basic necessities by 20-50 percent as well as disclosures about the manipulation of sugar and flour prices by the mafia which are none other than Imran KhanJahangir Tareen’s closest confidant (bluntly known as Mr Khan ATM) are some of the factors that have led to increased anger and contention not only among stakeholders but more importantly for the wider society.

In my opinion, the formation of the PDM cannot take place unless it has been agreed and approved by some Pakistanmilitary establishment including the ISI. Earlier, in 1988 when Benazir Bhutto came to power, ISI chief Hamid Gul confessed in a television interview that he had engineered the formation of a nine-party alliance against the democratically elected government of PPP. It was named Islami Jamhori Itehad (IJI) and was headed by none other than the chief minister of Punjab at the time – Nawaz Sharif.

Likewise, earlier in 1977 Air Marshal (ret) Asghar Kahn, who had maintained his ties to the military, was suspected of manipulating the forces of nine parties. Pakistan The National Alliance (PNA), a right-wing conservative alliance, against the center-left government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. On both occasions, the movement was allegedly financed by ISI and petro-dollar. It is not surprising that on this occasion the Chinese Yuan was secretly diverted to the coffers of the PDM anti-Imran campaign.

Since PTI in power, all CPEC projects launched in 2015 faced delays. In September 2019 Pakistani the media raised awareness by stating that in the midst of a large-scale corruption case, the USD 50 billion CPEC project may have been suspended! Working on Gwadar port, Karachi-Sukkar highway, Dera Ismail Khan to the Western Baluchistan Route, all the essential projects needed for China to gain uninterrupted access to the Gulf for China, will not succeed.

On more than one occasion, Chinese leaders have expressed concern about the postponement of the CPEC project. And recently controversy and hostility PTI The government must face as soon as the presidential decree that will pave the way for China to take full control of the Indian Ocean islands belonging to Sindh and Baluchistan looks as if it will be the straw that breaks the backs of camels. .

PakistanThe failure to garner international diplomatic support for India since the repeal of Article 370 of the Indian constitution which gave Jammu Kashmir its so-called special status is another cause of equal concern for India. Pakistani establishment and Chinese. For decades, China has admired Pakistan as an intermediary in building relationships with the so-called Islamic world (Gulf and Mediterranean). Pakistan played an important role in Sino-Saudi relations. However, since then Imran Khan has been isolated Pakistan among the Islamic Community Organizations (OIC) it is China’s best interest to be seen Imran Khan government is replaced by competent.

PakistanThe global isolation coupled with its failure to persuade the UNHRC and the IOC to hold a special session on Kashmir is sure to raise more than a few eyebrows in military circles and the Chinese Communist Party. It is therefore not surprising that Army Commander General Bajwa has recently been busy using the back door channel to meet with opposition party leaders in a bid to mend relations with those he plans to lose in the (allegedly rigged) July 2018 general election. . However, these efforts quickly backfired and were very embarrassing for PML (N) and PPP leaked to the press.

The slogan ‘ye jo dehshat gardi hai, is kay pechay wardi hai’ (Behind terrorism is the uniform) adopted by the Waziristan-based Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) just a few years ago, has resonated in every speaker’s speech to the hundreds of thousands who crowded to fill the stadium and its surroundings. PTM chairman Mohsin Dawar truly represents a sentiment that is now rapidly becoming the universal belief of the people in oppressed countries. Pakistan when he referred to Nawaz Sharif’s speech on 16 October saying that if three times the country’s prime minister accuses the generals of wrongdoing then Imran Khan Should have demanded the resignation of Army Commander Qamar Bajwa. Mr Dawar asked how Ehsan-ullah Ehsan was able to escape from the house where he was detained. He demanded the creation of a “Truth Commission” to investigate crimes committed since 1948 and involving undemocratic forces. He said that the military and the ISI were true bastions of strength Pakistan. To the cheering crowd, he declared, “this movement is the beginning of civil supremacy”.

Now it’s clear PakistanI generals and the secret service are blamed for economic ailments, the unstoppable decline in living conditions and the country’s diplomatic isolation. This is the first time in history Pakistan that the generals are being tried on Awami Adalat (people’s court).

The PDM is a collection of top politicians who have nothing in common except their dissatisfaction and hatred Imran Khan and military interference in carrying out economic and political affairs Pakistan. Therefore, the aim of this movement is simply to remove the prime minister from office, get a mid-term election sanction by the establishment and form a national hotchpotch government that is ‘free’ from military influence.

However, among a disaffected population, unrest is fermenting the social (anarchist) explosion, which may fail to bring about a popular revolution. As a result, this could also be an opportunity for Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtun and the people of PoJK and GB to gain freedom from the grip of the fascist regime that has seized the rights of its people for seven decades and spawned a blood-sucking clique of military officers.

Disclaimer: Dr Amjad Ayub Mirza is a writer and human rights activist. He is from Mirpur in PoK and lives in exile in England. (ANI)

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Pakistani General at Awami Adalat Beginning of late Imran Khan-ANI | Instant News


By Dr Amjad Ayub Mirza
Glasgow [Scotland], October 20 (ANI): Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s political career is in serious trouble. A powerful alliance of 11 newly formed political parties called the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), which includes heavyweights such as the center-right liberal Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN), the center-left social democratic party, the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), and conservative. The right wing Deobandi Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazalur Rehman (JUI-F) has become a serious threat to the current Pakistani government of Tehreek e Insaf (PTI).

Two consecutive public rallies held by the PDM on October 16 and 18 in Gujranwala Punjab and the Sindh metropolitan city of Karachi have shaken the confidence of the sitting government. A nervous cabinet nervously tried to twist the mass’s newfound admiration for the opposition as a manifestation of some hidden ‘India’ agenda. However, people don’t seem to believe the old formula for survival traditionally used by the Pakistani side.

After a long time since the killing of Benazir Bhutto in 2007, Pakistani voters seem once again to be responsive to the previously marginalized political influence that seems to have reinvented itself, has felt the pulse of the common people. PDM is an expression of their great concern about the economic, political and social problems faced by the unfortunate masses because the only message from Imran Khan is ‘Aapne ghabrana nahi hai’ (you don’t have to worry).

The economic shocks caused by the disclosure that the country’s GDP had slumped to negative below 0.4 percent, the apparent political failure to contain the Baloch rebellion, the Pashtun dissent and the rise of Sindhi nationalism were accompanied by a failure to garner international diplomatic support for these countries. the so-called ‘Kashmir issue’ and a 20-50 percent increase in the price of basic necessities as well as disclosures about the manipulation of sugar and flour prices by the mafia that includes none other than Imran Khan’s closest confidant, Jahangir Tareen (frankly known as Mr Khan’s ATM) are some of the factors that prominence which has contributed to increasing anger and opposition not only among stakeholders but more importantly for the wider community.

In my opinion, the formation of the PDM cannot take place unless it has been agreed and approved by some of the Pakistani military forces including the ISI. Earlier, in 1988 when Benazir Bhutto came to power, ISI chief Hamid Gul confessed in a television interview that he had engineered the formation of a nine-party alliance against the democratically elected PPP government. It was named Islami Jamhori Itehad (IJI) and was headed by none other than the chief minister of Punjab at the time – Nawaz Sharif.

Likewise, earlier in 1977 Air Marshal (Retd) Asghar Kahn, who maintained his ties to the military, allegedly engineered the nine-party Pakistan National Alliance (PNA), a right-wing conservative alliance, against the center-left government. from Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. On both occasions, the movement was allegedly financed by ISI and petro-dollar. It is not surprising that on this occasion the Chinese Yuan was secretly diverted to the coffers of the PDM anti-Imran campaign.

Since PTI came to power, all CPEC projects launched in 2015 have faced delays. In September 2019, the Pakistani media gave a warning stating that in the midst of a large-scale corruption case, the USD 50 billion CPEC project may have been suspended! Working on Gwadar port, Karachi-Sukkar highway, Dera Ismail Khan to the Western Baluchistan Route, all the essential projects needed for China to gain uninterrupted access to the Gulf for China, will not succeed.

On more than one occasion, Chinese leaders have expressed concern about the postponement of the CPEC project. And more recently, the controversy and hostility that the PTI government had to face after the President’s decision that would pave the way for China to take full control of the Indian Ocean islands that belong to Sindh and Baluchistan looks as if it will disappear. into the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

Pakistan’s failure to garner international diplomatic support for India since the repeal of Article 370 of the Indian constitution which gave Jammu Kashmir its so-called special status is another reason that is equally concerning for the creation of the military of Pakistan and China. For decades China saw Pakistan as an intermediary in building relations with the so-called Islamic world (Gulf and Mediterranean). Pakistan plays an important role in Sino-Saudi relations. However, as Imran Khan has isolated Pakistan among the Organization of Islamic Communities (OIC), it is in China’s best interest to see Imran Khan’s government replaced by a competent government.

Pakistan’s global isolation coupled with its failure to persuade the UNHRC and IOC to hold a special session on Kashmir is sure to raise more than a few eyebrows in military circles and the Chinese Communist Party. It is therefore not surprising that Army Commander General Bajwa has recently been busy using the back door channel to meet with opposition party leaders in a bid to mend relations with those he plans to lose in the (allegedly rigged) July 2018 general election. . However, this effort quickly backfired and was extremely embarrassing for PML (N) and the PPP to leak out to the press.

The slogan ‘ye jo dehshat gardi hai, is kay pechay wardi hai’ (Behind terrorism is the uniform) adopted by the Waziristan-based Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) just a few years ago, has resonated in every speaker’s speech to the hundreds of thousands who crowded to fill the stadium and its surroundings. PTM chairman Mohsin Dawar truly represents a sentiment that is now very fast becoming the universal belief of the people of Pakistan’s oppressed countries when he referred to Nawaz Sharif’s speech on 16 October saying that if three times the country’s prime minister accused the generals of wrongdoing then Imran Khan should demanded the resignation of Army Chief Qamar Bajwa. Mr Dawar asked how Ehsan-ullah Ehsan was able to escape from the house where he was detained. He demanded the creation of a “Truth Commission” to investigate crimes committed since 1948 and involving undemocratic forces. He said that the military and the ISI were the real strongholds of power in Pakistan. To the cheering crowd, he declared, “this movement is the beginning of civil supremacy”.

It is now clear Pakistan’s generals and secret services are to blame for the economic ailments, the unstoppable decline in living conditions and the country’s diplomatic isolation. This is the first time in Pakistani history that the generals have been tried in an Awami Adalat (people’s court).

The PDM is a group of top politicians who have nothing in common except for their dissatisfaction and hatred of Imran Khan and military interference in carrying out Pakistan’s economic and political affairs. Therefore, the aim of this movement is simply to remove the prime minister from office, get a mid-term election sanction by the establishment and form a national hotchpotch government that is ‘free’ from military influence.

However, among a disaffected population, unrest is fermenting the social (anarchist) explosion, which may fail to bring about a popular revolution. As a result, this could also be an opportunity for Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtun and the people of PoJK and GB to gain freedom from the grip of the fascist regime that has seized the rights of its people for seven decades and spawned a blood-sucking clique of military officers.

Disclaimer: Dr Amjad Ayub Mirza is a writer and human rights activist. He is from Mirpur in PoK and lives in exile in England. (ANI)

Rejection: The views expressed in the above articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of this publisher. Unless otherwise noted, the author writes in his personal capacity. They are not intended and should not be considered to represent the ideas, attitudes or official policies of any agency or agency.


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Pakistan: Opposition puts on ‘great power show’ against PM Imran Khan and Pak Army in Gujranwala – The Economic Times Video | Instant News


Opposition parties band together to protest against Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on October 16. The Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), Pakistan People’s Party and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl joined hands for the protest. A large crowd gathered in the city of Gujranwala in Punjab province for a massive opposition rally. People chanted slogans, ‘Pick you, Izzat do it.’ Opposition parties accuse the Pakistan Army of rigging the 2018 elections that brought Imran Khan’s party, Tehreek-e-Insaf, to power. Former PM Nawaz Sharif also graced the power show via video conference.

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Former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari was hospitalized after feeling unwell, the party said – world news | Instant News


Former Pakistani president and co-chair of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari was transferred to hospital after he felt unwell on Sunday, according to a party statement.

“Doctors are carrying out necessary medical examinations and medical tests,” the PPP said in a tweeted statement.

The newspaper The Dawn reported that Zardari had been hospitalized in Karachi.

Zardari, who was named in various corruption cases filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), was granted bail by the Islamabad High Court on medical grounds last year.

During Zardari’s bail petition trial, attorney attorney Farooq H Naek told the court that the former president was a chronic patient suffering from multiple illnesses, Dawn reported.

On June 30 this year, the accountability court in Islamabad issued a bail arrest warrant for former president Asif Ali Zardari in the Toshakhana bounty case which also involved former prime ministers Nawaz Sharif and Yousuf Raza Gilani.

NAB has accused Zardari and former prime ministers Nawaz Sharif and Yousuf Raza Gilani of misusing official gifts by foreign heads of state.

According to the accountability bureau, Zardari and Sharif obtained the car from Toshakana by paying 15 percent of the price of the car.

The bureau further alleges that Gilani facilitated Zardari and Sharif in this.

Zardari only paid 15 percent of the total cost of the car through a fake account, according to the NAB.

He also received the cars as gifts from Libya and the UAE when he was president and used them for his personal use instead of keeping them in cash, the anti-corruption agency has accused. (ANI)

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Bilawal Bhutto challenges Imran Khan to say he is ready to go to jail-ANI | Instant News


Karachi [Pakistan], 10 October (ANI): Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday declared that he is ready to go to jail with all other politicians, and will not fear Imran Khan’s government.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Bilawal claimed that the Prime Minister was using the Army as a political bloc and the government seemed nervous because of the demonstrations staged by the opposition, reports Dunya News
“He said the opposition was ready to protest against this system, adding that we are trying to get people out of this predicament,” Dunya News quoted him as saying.
Bilawal further said that the army is not a one-party institution, and the Prime Minister should not use it as a political bloc.
He also added that the government had pushed the masses against the wall with rising inflation.
Pakistan’s opposition parties have accused Khan’s government of belittling the hopes of the general public and tearing them apart amid the economic catastrophe caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Imran Khan-led government has launched several crackdowns against some opposition leaders, with the latest case under a proposed sedition law against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam, and Pakistani-occupied Kashmir’s “prime minister”, King Mohammad Farooq Ahmed Khan. in October. 1.
The First Information Report (FIR) was registered on the basis of a complaint filed by a local resident at the Shahdra police station against the leader of the Muslim League of Pakistan (Nawaz) on charges of criminal conspiracy over “provocative speeches” he made in London to “defame Pakistani institutions” .
Putri Sharif, Khan and three retired generals among the 40 PML (N) leaders have also been named in the FIR.
A total of 11 Pakistani opposition parties, the most prominent of which are the PPP, PML-N, the Awami National Party, and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), at the end of the All Parties Conference (APC) on 20 September announced the creation of the platform. together, PDM. (ANI)

Rejection: The views expressed in the above articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of this publisher. Unless otherwise noted, the author writes in his personal capacity. They are not intended and should not be considered to represent the ideas, attitudes or official policies of any agency or agency.


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