Army worried over country’s situation: Musharraf

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  1. Blackwater

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    DUBAI - Former president Pervez Musharraf has said that the army is worried about the prevalent situation in Pakistan.
    Talking to reporters in Dubai, he said that in culture of politics friends and foes do get together. He called Tahirul Qadri a moderate religious scholar and politician.
    Musharraf also greeted the nation on the occasion of 136th birth anniversary of Quaid- e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
    “Pakistan today is at risk and sadly not a reflection of the vision of our beloved founder, who aspired to see Pakistan as a plural society living in peace, harmony and prosperity,” Musharraf said in his message on his Facebook page.
    “There is much that is right with Pakistan that can easily undo what is wrong with Pakistan, but only if we show resolve and unity. Let us honour our Quaid today and rekindle his passion to transform Pakistan into a progressive and developed state; one that ensures the welfare and well-being of its people,” he added.

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    we are also worried Mr. musshy:lol::lol::lol:
     
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    A progressive state doesn't kill innocent people by cross-border terrorism.Pakis would pay for what they have done.... 40,000 killed and into undeclared civil war and deserve another breakup into more pieces ie greater Afganistan, Baluchistan, SindhuDesh.This Mushi is showing Sabj-Baag to its Jahil awaam.

    Jinnah is doing a double facepalm and thinking.... "Ai ki kitta mei Pakistan bana ke, Allah menu maaf kar de"


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    Isn`t he born in Delhi?:laugh:
     
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    born in Delhi, lives in Dubai/London,thinking of pakistan

    kya multi city admi ha:lol::lol::lol::taunt::taunt::taunt:
     
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    Who tweets this as a Bojitive Newj :lol:
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    i wish he was our president forever
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    He is the main culprit in pakistan slide , 1999 Kargil they got nothing but lost many military personnel life & lot of money spent on the operation

    next after 9/11 he had no option to accept to fight War on terror , fight against the same whom they nurtured in Soviet-Afghan war

    So now the snake is bitting back which once they raised , now the war is forced into pakistan hence all issues

    Zia laid foundation of pakistan devastation , musharaf became architech of the same blunder now it has grown so much that it has become unbearable & un stoppable
     
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    well you should tel clearly whether you want mushy or imran as ur leader:rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Musharraf is trying his best to remain relevant.

    He is a fool and the Pakistanis are not too tolerant of Mohajirs (refugees from India)!
     
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    Saaen to saeen, let the Mohajir also be saeen!

    A bunch of the loudest possible 15-year-olds had crowded a tiny fro-yo eatery. As one of them cracked a Pathan joke, on a table next to them, my four friends and I immediately turned our heads to gauge the reaction of our own Pathan friend.

    “Dude, he just cracked a Pathan joke!” she yelled.

    “Mashal, you’ve never even been up North and you know like five Pushto words. So calm down,” commented my Sindhi friend Noor.

    But two minutes later, the same bunch cracked a Sindhi joke and suddenly, she stood up and all hell broke loose:

    “Say that to my face jaahil!”

    We couldn’t stop laughing at both girls’ hypersensitivity.

    Ethnicity usually has no part to play in our lives, though we are quite a diverse group of friends: a Sindhi, a Pathan, a Memon, and a half-Mohajir-quarter-Punjabi-quarter-Pathan. Rounding up this “Karachi only” mix of 18-year-olds’ is me – completely, boringly Urdu-speaking, or a Mohajir. That was when I realised I was not a part of what happened in the fro-yo place.

    No one cracked a Mohajir joke (do those exist?), and even if they had, my reaction wouldn’t have been that strong. If someone asks me if I’m Mohajir, I immediately respond with ‘yes, my grandparents migrated from India’.

    Strictly speaking, I am not a Mohajir and to call me “Urdu-speaking” is even weirder, considering everyone around me is technically speaking Urdu; or for that matter my friends may qualify as “English speaking”. I don’t have a place to go to “up north” or rural Sindh. My roots lie across the border, limited to sporadic bouts of nostalgia from my grandmother. The sense of place is missing.

    Maybe the fact that “Waderai ka Beta” is a catchy tune, or that my best friend happens to be a hardcore Sindhi, but for the first time in my life I don’t want to be a boring, confused, Mohajir: I want to be a saeen. Forget saeen, I want to have something: an ethnicity, a province to call my own, some patch of land that existed before Pakistan.

    I want to know an Ali Gul Pir, I want to correctly sing Punjabi songs, I want to understand what Pushto TV is saying, and I want to scream “Jeay Baloch” for no reason at all. I want to be an ethnicity, not as my Pathan friend put it, “a member of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s voting bank”.

    But to be part of an ethnicity, you need to figure out what that means to you. And the 18-year-olds in this country, even the hypersensitive ones, have no idea. Maybe I’m just imagining this great pull towards ‘who we are’.

    Is it because we’re urban, as we live in Karachi you know, melting pot and other big city clichés? Or maybe it’s because I’m talking to the wrong people? The more I read about Karachi being divided along ethnic lines, the more I realise how sheltered my friends and I are from our own ethnicity.

    Growing up, we’re told it doesn’t matter – even if in some parts of the country it really does. And I realise that my own culture is simply mainstream Pakistani culture, Urdu and English and everything in between. Until I visit my Sindhi friend’s house and her younger sister comes running to me. “Ma char saal ji aayan!” she squeals, showing me four fingers.

    For you kiddo,

    saeen toh saeen, saeen kay mohajir dost bhi saeen.

    Read more by Meiryam here.

    Saaen to saeen, let the Mohajir also be saeen! – The Express Tribune Blog
     
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    They are confused people , haan he left out one important name Zaid hamid:taunt::lol: RADIO PAKISHTAN DELHI , JANDA LAGAV DELHI RED FORT PEH:rolleyes::toilet::lol::wave::laugh:
     

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