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Saturday, 21 March 2009

Imran Khan and Qazi: The frustrated of the Long March

Jang, 22 March 2009


Jang, 24 March 2009


Imran urges CJP to hold Zardari to account

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chief Imran Khan is urging reinstated Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to keep up the pressure on President Asif Zardari, otherwise Iftikhar would be blamed for “the biggest letdown in history”. The chief justice took office on Sunday. Talking to The Sunday Telegraph, Imran called on the chief justice not to compromise in dispensing justice. “There can be no compromise now and if there is one, what is the point of reinstating the chief justice?” he said. “The reason the people rallied behind him is because they wanted an independent judge who should seek no orders from the government.” daily times monitor



Abbas Ather, Express

Some relevant comments:

AClarionCall said:

Fan Club of IK Zindabad; Imran Khan and his supporters should work hard on increasing number off their Fan Club members. Internet can play a big role. To win local voters Imran should spend more time with his real voters in Pakistan not with Fan Club members abroad. Political parties need grassroot support from ordinary workers. Party workers are great asset for any political party, simply look at NS and his street power. In just few hours he emerged as a winner only because of great workers his party has. Look at PPP’s street power in Sind or MQM’s street power and workers force in Karachi. How many workers are in PTI? How many people know names of PTI office bearers? I do not doubt sincerity of IK but game of politics is not game of cricket. Mr. IK politics is very dirty game. Your social work is your great asset; you better focus on your charity work and let the dirty politicians play this dirty game.

Malek said:

Indepth analysis and the actual truth behind the success of long march by Hamid Mir


Long live NS who led the fight from front ……resulting in 2 years of lawyers struggle to gain success

asif65 said:

good analysis of long march from Haroon Rashid


Muhammad Usman said:

Why pti and JI are so upset.
The IMC and othe rjudjes are happy on manner of restoration.
Who cares about tanga parties and sympathizer Haroon Rashid.

They wanted some blood shed , thank God sanity prevailed and both sides negotiated.
Kurd, AA, rasheed rizvi and restored judjes are happy F Off tong parties.

If lawyers have not consulted tonga parties then it is not politicians fault.
All apdm parties from balochistan and latif afridi from Pakhtunkhwa are happy.

Stop BS crap


Abbas Ather, Express, 25 March 2009


Aamir Mughal said...

Articles against Nawaz Sharif by Qazi Hussain Ahmed and Senator Khursheed Ahmed are still on Jamat-e-Islami websites:

Pakistan’s economic crisis and the government’s failure

By: Qazi Hussain Ahmed Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan


Isharat from ‘Tarjuman Al Quran’ April ‘99 LAHORE DECLARATION by Prof. Khurshid Ahmad


I hope Mr Imran Khan would open his eyes. This JI has ruined an excellent man like Imran Khan.

National Conference, Qazi Hussain Ahmed and Jamat-e-Islami - 1


National Conference, Qazi Hussain Ahmed and Jamat-e-Islami - 2


Anonymous said...

Salut à toutes et à tous

Bonjour de France. Je n'ai rien compris, car je ne comprends pas l'ourdou ni l'anglais mais je souhaite la paix à tous ces peuples qui souffrent dans la région.

A titre personnel, je regrette la fin de l'unité de l'Inde. J'espère bientôt une grande union de l'Inde, du Pakistan, du Bangladesh, de Ceylan, du Népal, de l'Ahghanistan

Salam, saluton, paix

Raazi said...

JI leaders told reporters that their party had no alliance with the PML-N and it would not besiege the Governor’s House at the behest of the PML-N.

“The PML-N ditched us by taking part in the election and unilaterally ending the long march,” they said.

They said PML-N’s decision to accept the retirement of Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar was tantamount to accepting his appointment as chief justice. “The PML-N took U-turns when it was in the All Parties Democratic Movement and on the issue of the long march. Parliament is not our issue because we are not in it. We will listen to Mr Sharif if he talks to us from the platform of the APDM,” Mr Azim said.

He said his party would support mid-term elections, but only after ensuring that the judiciary and the Election Commission were really free.

Taseer wants JI to remain ‘neutral’
By Intikhab Hanif
Monday, 23 Mar, 2009 | Dawn

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