Nawaz Sharif is the only leader who could bridle the mighty generals like Aslam Baig, Hameed Gul, Asif Nawaz Janjua and Jehangir Karamat.
1. It was Nawaz Sharif who could dare retire General Jehangir Karamat as Army Chief. Btw, General Karamat is now doing a job at US think tank in Washington.
2. It was NS who wanted the rogue generals to pull out from Kargill where Pakistan had lost over 4,000 lives for no reason. In July 1999, NS announced to establish a military commission to probe the wrong doers. Was it acceptable to traitor Musharraf?
3. NS is the only politician who has been bitterly opposed by bhagorra/runaway dictator Musharraf. Don't forget Mush and his then ISI Chief Ehtesham Zamir had crafted PML-Q and MMA. Mush is the Traitor by signing NRO deal with PPP.
4. The credit goes to PML-N and its then Chairman PAC (Public Accounts Committee) Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan to expose the massive corruption in NLC by not less than 3 Generals (2 Lt Gen & 1 Maj Gen).
5. PML-N has time & again publically announced that Defence Budget should also be thoroughly debated in the National Assembly since it is public money.
6. Nawaz Sharif gave brave leadership to the country by leading the Long March of 15th March 2009 for restoration of judiciary. Confused Imran Khan Niazi was in hiding to save his skin. When the rally had hardly crossed 100 miles, judiciary was restored at 3am past midnight by then PM Gillani.
..Let us not forget that on 9th March 2007, when the CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry was being dismissed by dictator General Musharraf, the then DG ISI General Ashfaq Pervez Kiyani was sitting beside him. The same General Kiyani who was made successor by Mush.
* General Kiyani is the Guarantor of notorious NRO Deal of 5th October 2007 and his subordinate General Pasha was protector of NRO.
* Bhagorra Mush was planning to come back to Pakistan in mid-2010 since 2year ban for Govt Employee's in politics was ending and the British Govt had regretted to provide him security any further. But Mush knows he is wanted in Akbar Bugti murder case, Benazir Bhutto murder case, Lal Masjid massacre etc. But he could not dare come back and his loyalists were disillusioned.
* General Pasha, being the loyal former subordinate of Mush, gathered Mush's stalwarts under the
banner of his newly invigorated PTI (Pasha Tehrik Infaaq) so that they remain united as a junta.
* Pasha taught his protege' Imran Khan Niazi (nephew of General Ameer Abdullah Khan Niazi of East Pakistan surrender) to go soft on PPP and never criticise MQM, the party that had supported Mush(+Kiyani+Pasha) during the carnage of 12th May 2007. IK Niazi has taken a completely U-turn on MQM.
* The sole objective of Pasha Tehrik Intiqam (PTI) is to break away the right votebank and let PPP come to power once again. This dirty dream will never come true InshaaAllah!
* The recent drama of Riaz Thekedar also revealed that he had bribed many generals, media persons (Mubashir Lucman, Hasan Nisar), lawyers (Hamid Khan Niazi) and even he sponsored PTI's jalsa in Rawalpindi. Riaz Thekedar paid the bills of Javed Hashmi (PTI President) stay in 5star hotel of Lahore. He had sworn that he will use his entire wealth to defeat Chaudhry Nisar since Ch Nisar was supporting the windows & orphans whose land had been grabbed by Riaz Thekedar.
* Riaz Thekedar has videos of CJ's son only till General Pasha was in ISI and there is no video or any proof of their meetings in 2012. In the words of Asma Jehangir, "The same people are being Arsalan Iftikhar case who had earlier crafted Tehrik Insaf".
* After Pasha's retirement, PPP's Zahid Bukhari (father of PPP MPA Uzma Bukhari) and Faisal Raza Abdi tried their dirty tricks but failed.
* After the retirement of General Pasha the Pasha Tehrik-e- Intiqam (PTI) is dying it's natural death!!!
* People are joining PML-N in large numbers since they know that Nawaz Sharif is the ONLY anti-establishment leader in Pakistan and make the country Asian Tiger. Even other leaders of Turkey, China and Bihar (India) have praised the good governance of PML-N and Sharif brothers.
Posted 3 years ago on 18 Nov 2012 16:25 #