We expect SC to apologise for role it played in murder of ZAB: Bilawal
NAUDERO: “We expect the Supreme Court to apologise for the role it played in the judicial murder of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto,” were the words with which Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari summed up the case of righting his dead grandfather’s name in history, on the eve of the PPP founder’s 33rd death anniversary being observed in Naudero.
With his father, the President of Pakistan and co-chairman of PPP, Asif Ali Zardari watching, along with the PPP central executive committee, hundreds of thousands of loyal party workers which had gathered in Ghari Khuda Bux, and around the country, Bilawal exhorted, “the restoration of these judges by our Prime Minister was a truly historic milestone for our country. Now it is up to the courts to redeem their institutions sullied reputation in the eyes of history.” ….
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`Maulvi` Nawaz`s mindset being defeated: Zardari
NAUDERO: The thinking of “Maulvi” Nawaz Sharif is being defeated, said President Asif Ali Zardari while addressing a public meeting here on Tuesday to mark Benazir Bhutto’s birth anniversary.
He asked who is Maulvi Nawaz Sharif to hate generals and love soldiers? He said this is the thinking of a blacksmith/ [Iron-smith]. “Learn from me, meet me in private or make me your teacher,” Zardari advised Nawaz. About Nawaz, the president further said, “he is pitting us against the military, but we will not fight. Today he is criticising the Army.” ….
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by Qazi Altaf, Hyderabad, Sindh
A photograph appeared in a local daily showing some angry young men (moslyt teenagers) of Aqil Village, Naudero, who were supposed to hold books, seizing weapons in their hands. As per caption they were anticipating possible attack by a clan with who their family had enemity on some metrimonial affair.
A glance of the picture reminds one a scene of some western Cowboy movie where every citizen used to carry a gun for his personal protection.
If the state of law and order of such an important place like Naudero, a constituency of Late Mohtarama Benazir Bhutto is so precarious, one can imagine the worsening conditions of other areas of the province.
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An open declaration of war — now what?
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News analysis by Shaheen Sehbai
NAUDERO: Hearing President Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday was a painful experience. All, including the diehard PPP jiyalas, were stunned. Their co-chairman had just declared war on every institution, without telling them who were the enemies, what they were doing and why. It was aptly described by a journalist on Facebook as Zardari’s “farewell address”.
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