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Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Asif Zardari removed Quaid-i-Azam Jinnah's pictures from the President House.

"Asif Zardari removed Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah's pictures from the President House."

This is a typical propaganda item of yellow journalists such as Daktar Shahid Masood and Ansar Abbasi. Here is a documentary slap on the faces of those suffering from Zardari phobia. How can a person who cares to display Jinnah's pictures even in his foreign visits do away with Jinnah's picture in the President House?.

1 comment:

Faizi mughal said...

Establishment of Pakistan always tried to reuin the politics of this country and promote personal interests. For this purpose establishment always used negative tactics. It is an open secrete that our media is an active and a sharp tool of establishment. The same show is on. Once again media is proactive against democratic Govt. It would not have mattered had Zardari bowed down before these godfathers of establishment. What Zardari is facing today is the result of that stance Zardari has always adopted against establishment. The people like Ansar Abbasi and Dr. Mere Mutabiq are agent of these godfathers.

Lot of mess created over this non sense issue that Zardari has thrown picture of Quid-i-Azam out of presidency. The picture given here is a slap on the face of those idiots who dragged Zardari by publishing this fake story. Truth can never be concealed.

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