Friday, December 23, 2011

Imran Khan - an ambassador of agencies???

Playing in the hands of intelligence agencies; this puppet role was played by most of the Pakistani political figureheads and finally had regretted their actions.

Nawaz Sharif was instrumental through IJI and now we all know that it was formed and funded by Pakistan’s notorious agencies. While signing the “charter of democracy” Mian Nawaz Sharif regretted... what he had played in the past under the banner of IJI. Former Ameer of Jamat e Islami, Qazi Hussain Ahmed admitted the betrayal of Musharraf, to remove his uniform when agreed, under 17th amendment. Even the formation of Mutahidda Majils Amal, MMA, was credited to agencies, also in crafting dual conclusions. One for nation; religious alliance that can change the nation fortune, failed miserably, second for US; if you don’t deal with Musharraf then Pakistan could be taken over by religious zealots, to prolong his illegal tenure.

Imran Khan is also following the footmarks of those whom he had condemned categorically in last few years, first by accepting the establishment-driven migratory birds like Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Khurshid Kasuri, and so on and second -by unknowingly- destabilizing the govt of President Zardari.

Indeed, Zardari regime is the most corrupt govt of Pakistan’s history but it is somehow publically elected and democratic by default. After 10 years of military dictatorship that has ruined the constitution of Pakistan twice, all efforts should be made to improve the performance of present “corrupt” regime till it falls through a fresh election by people of Pakistan, not by military forces of Pakistan.

Any hand strengthening the idea of military-rule again, is considered as undemocratic force and PTI is now driving this idea with agencies help; through resources in the form of migratory birds and funding may be through local partners. This is a well known fact that who has funded PTI’s Lahore public meeting, like years before IJI was funded by whom & that petition is still pending in the court of Ifthikhar Chaudhry and hope to be reviewed before the end of his tenure in 2013 to get to know the “well known fact” of Pakistan’s politics!

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