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Sunday, 11 October 2009

Pictures of terrorists killed in the GHQ attack

Pictures of terrorists killed in attack on GHQ, Rawalpindi:

Pictures of those implicitly or explicitly supporting terrorists by justifying their 'jihad' and acts of terror on various pretexts:


Instead of killing the terrorists (foot-soldiers), arrest and execute the master-minds, such as those listed above.

Are Taliban and their supports worthy of our sympathy? Please read this column by Rauf Klasra, containing letter by a girl whose father was killed by the Taliban. His crime? He saved a Chinese engineer from the Taliban's captivity.

Abbas Ather's analysis on Pakistan's 10/10:


Aamir said...

Imran Shirvanee, Kamran Shahid, Abbas Ather, Mubashir Lucman, Javed Chaudhry and Mujeebur Rehman Shami, Abdul Qadir Hasan have the audacity to lecture Pakistan!!!

11 – Sultan Ali Lakhani & family Pakistan Ranking: 9 (tied at 9) Worth: £400m ($800) Industry: Businessman

The Lakhanis are currently having a hard time at the hands of NAB. Sultan Lakhani and his three brothers run this prestigious group and the chain of McDonald’s restaurants in Pakistan. NAB has alleged the Lakhanis of having created phoney companies through worthless directors and raised massive loans from various banks and financial institutions. Sultan is currently abroad after having served a jail term with younger sibling Amin, though the latter was released much earlier. NAB had reportedly demanded Rs 7 billion from Lakhanis, but later agreed they pay only Rs 1.5 billion over a 10-year period. Lakhanis, like their arch-rivals Hashwanis, are the most well-known of all Ismaeli tycoons. Their stakes range from media, tobacco, paper, chemicals and surgical equipment to cotton, packaging, insurance, detergents and other house-hold items, many of which are joint ventures with leading international conglomerates. Though Lakhanis are in turbulent waters currently, the success that greeted them during the last 25 years especially has been tremendous. They have rifts with large business empires despite being known fur their genteel nature. Whether it is any government in Sindh or at the Federal level, Lakhanis have had trusted friends everywhere, though the present era has proved a painful exception.


Lakhani brothers in NAB hands


Legal notice to Sultan Lakhani for publishing concocted stories Wednesday, October 11, 2006 News Desk


NAB in tight corner as businessmen refuse to pay dues By Kamran Khan


Two important business families of the provincial metropolis who had earlier agreed to pay about Rs1.8 billion to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and various banks – an offer that won them an immunity against allegations of financial impropriety and release of their key directors from prisons – have reneged on their promises.

The defiant businessmen, senior NAB officials concede, currently constitute the single most important challenge to their drive against white-collar crime in the country.

Senior NAB officials have confirmed that Sultanally Lakhani and his three brothers, who partly run and operate the Lackson Group of Companies, and the Mcdonald’s food restaurants in Pakistan, after two initial payments of Rs100 million each, have stopped further payments for an agreed amount of Rs1.5 billion. The NAB had alleged that the Lakhani brothers created phoney companies through worthless directors and raised massive loans from various banks and financial institution.

Aamir said...

GHQ Attack: Security Failure Needs To Be Investigated by Azfar-ul-Ashfaque


The writer is a journalist associated with Dawn.

Email: azfar_ashfaque@hotmail.com

Aamir said...

خوفزدہ دہشت گرد !

وسعت اللہ خان


اگر مذکورہ سرکاری بیانات پر یقین کرلیا جائے تو پھر جی ایچ کیو راولپنڈی پر ہونے والا حملہ سمجھنے میں کوئی مشکل نہیں ہونی چاہئے۔یعنی درجن بھر دہشت گردوں نے ایک ماہ قبل اسلام آباد کے نزدیک اعوان ٹاؤن میں ’گھبرا‘ کر ایک مکان کرائے پر لیا۔ بیس پچیس روز تک ’ بدحواسی‘ کے عالم میں جائے واردات کے نقشے بنائے اور جی ایچ کیو کے اطراف سروے کیا۔’انتہائی خوفزدہ‘ ہوکر فوجی ودریاں پہنیں اور ’دہشت زدہ‘ ہوکرایک موٹر سائیکل اور سوزوکی وین میں جی ایچ کیو کی دو حفاظتی چوکیاں پار کیں اور کانپتے ہاتھوں سے دو گرینیڈ پھینک کر چھ فوجی افسروں اور جوانوں کو ہلاک کردیا۔

Aamir said...

Every military dictator in Pakistan needed some justification for the coup and to perpetuate his rule. General Musharraf was no exception. And he began to rope in some of the politicians and seasonal manipulators. One of them was constitutional expert Shariffudin Pirzada who had assisted General Ziaul Haq as well.

”I was called by General Musharraf. I went there. Some corps commanders wanted to impose the Martial Law. I insisted that General Musharraf should become the chief executive and also retain the president for continuity of the system,” Pirzada recalls.

He asserts that it was then feared that some of the apex court judges might pass a judgment against General Musharraf. ”Only then it was decided to ask the judges to take oath under the PCO. Four judges were not invited to take the oath,” he says.

Among the PCO judges was Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, the present Chief Justice of Pakistan. He was among the judges who not only validated General Musharraf’s coup, but allowed him to amend the Constitution.

Watch Shahzad Raza’s documentary: Making of a coup, on DawnNews today at 1530 and 2330 hours.

Back to the future? Countdown to the Oct 12 coup By Shahzad Raza Monday, 12 Oct, 2009 | 07:13 AM PST


Humayun said...

these terrorrists will b crushed soon now every pakistani is supportin pak army and hate these terrorists pak army zindabad

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