Uncomplicated analysis – Simply blaming Zardari for all that is evil will only help prolong the paralysis
In Pakistan, however, the analysis is so uncomplicated that it seems like President Zardari was even responsible for these floods.
By Ammar Ali Jan
One of the biggest hindrances for positive structural change in Pakistan has been the unnecessary focus on individuals rather on policies and ideological positions. This phenomena, often referred to as “personality politics”, is pervasive in much of the Third World where individuals become the focal point for condemnation during a time of crisis.
We have witnessed a crude version of a personality-centric analysis in the aftermath of the worst floods in the country’s history when the focus of the “expert” discussions have often revolved around the dismal performance by President Asif Ali Zardari during this national tragedy.
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The reporters of Dunya TV are reporting from Jacobabad, the flood affected area of Sindh. They are narrating about the legend of Balochistan Nawab Akbar Bugti and John Jacob, an English officer of British Raj on Sub-continent, who loved Sindh and Sindhis, who refused to leave Sindh. John Jacob was a courageous English officer who had worked a lot for the betterment of Sindh and Balochistan. The people of Sindh pay him tribute and homage for his services to Sindh…
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A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission
Two more Ahmadis, Dr. Najam al-Hasan and Pir Habib al-Rehman have been murdered in religiously motivated killings. Once again, no one has been arrested and the likelihood of anyone being prosecuted is virtually nil.
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HRCP -Lahore, August 23: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has slammed as entirely inappropriate and mischievous the demand by the head of a political party for the military to “take any martial law-type action
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Ex MNA among 22 killed in Wana suicide attack
WANA: At least 22 people including former MNA Maulana Noor Muhammed were killed and several others injured in an explosion in Wana Bazaar area of South Waziristan Agency (SWA), Geo News reported Monday.
It should be mentioned here that the explosion occurred in a mosque when the people were offering Zuhr Prayer in Maulana Noor Muhammed’s mosque adjacent to a seminary, killing 17 people and injuring 11 others.
The blast was so powerful that it was heard far and wide. According to Geo News correspondent, the blast was suicidal in nature.
The injured have been transported to a nearby hospital. According to hospital sources, three of 35 injured are in critical condition.
Maulana Noor Muhammed, former MNA is also among the deceased. Soon after the incident, the law-enforcers put security cordon around the blast site.
Maulana Noor Muhammed was delivering a sermon at the mosque, when suicide bomber blew him up, causing the immediate death of the former MNA.
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