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Thursday, 19 February 2009

Aitzaz Ahsan, PPP and Long March: A critical perspective - by Abbas Ather

Abbas Ather offers a critical perspective on Aitzaz Ahsan's relationship with Pakistan People's Party.





Also read:

An op-ed on this topic by Abbas Ather:

http://letusbuildpakistan.blogspot.com/2009/02/aitzaz-ahsan-and-ppp-critical.html

PPP suspends Ch Aitzaz Ahsan as member of Central Executive Committee (CEC)

7 comments:

Wanderer said...

wonderful, much needed perspective on our "Lion" AA.

Ahmad said...

Ather Abbas has lost his memory; though not surprising in this age group. How could the chief justice take notice of Benazir's Shahadat when he was already suspended and under house arrest?

Raazi said...

@Ahmad
Good point. What do you think about other issues that Abbas Ather highlighted in this column?

Ahmad said...

@Raazi
From this single blunder you can imagine how credible his other "facts" are! Baba ji has certainly got carried away in his love for "Zar"dari

Raazi said...

@Ahmad
You are being disrespectful to someone who is much senior in age. Who do you think is 'mistake-free' in our journalistic or political arena? Can you give me an example, Mr. unbiased?

F. Khan said...

Great articles. Abbas Athar rocks.

Ahmad said...

@Raazi
Two wrongs don't make a right, Abbas Athar is misguiding us, twisting the facts as visible as a sun in daytime. You have to earn respect as a journalist. I didn't intend to attack on him personally, but like baba ji I got carried away probably. His channel "Express" also is part of media, he says deceived by converting thousands into millions. Lawyers movement is a hope for this nation, don't let it ruin.

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