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PAKISTAN'S VISION 2025
IMRAN KHAN AND PTI'S ELECTION CAMPAIGN  HAS SECURED A MASSIVE  VICTORY  DESPITE MASSIVE VOTE RIGGING ATTEMPTS. THIS IS A BREAKING STORY AND IS BEING ANALYSED ON WHAT IS GOING ON IN PAKISTAN.  WHAT WE ARE LOOKING AT APPEARS TO BE PEOPLE POWER IN ACTION AFTER POLITICAL MOBILISATION.

IT LOOKS AS THOUGH THIS IS THE FIRST ELECTION SINCE THE CREATION OF PAKISTAN WHERE THE KINGMAKER'S FAVOURITES WERE KNOCKED OUT. THE ESTABLISHMENT IS GOING ALONG WITH THIS AS THERE IS A FEAR OR THE SRI LANKAN MODEL BEING REPLICATED IN PAKISTAN.

THIS STORY IS UNFOLDING AND HAS HUGE IMPLICATIONS IN PAKISTAN AND FURTHER AFIELD.  GLOBAL VISION 2000 WILL TRACK THINGS IT'S OWN WAY AND TRY TO MAKE SENSE OF FAST MOVING EVENTS.




US WILL RESUME TALKS WITH IMRAN KHAN AFTER HIS HISTORIC VICTORY







WHY N LEAGUE ACCEPTED THE RESULTS AND VICTORY OF IMRAN KHAN EASILY




HOW THE RESULT OF PP-7 WAS CHANGED AGAINST PTI DUE TO GENERAL ZAHEER





ASIF ZARDARI URGES SHAHBAZ SHARIF AND HAMZA TO FIGHT AGAINST IMRAN KHAN



HOW ASIF ALI ZARDARI IS TRYING TO SAVE HAMZA SHAHBAZ AGAINST PTI




SHAHBAZ SHARIF WILL DISSOLVE ASSEMBLY
AFTER WRITING A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT







WHO ORDERS PDM TO FAKE SMILE AND RELEASE FOOTAGE FOR IMRAN KHAN





HOW US DOLLAR RATE INCREASED BY 15 RUPEES IN JUST 2 DAYS










PM SHEHBAZ GOVERNMENT EXPOSED




IMPORTED GOVERNMENT IN BIG TROUBLE





PAKISTAN's ECONOMY ON VERGE OF COLLAPSE





PAKISTAN ON PATH OF SRI LANKA
PAKISTAN ECONOMY IN DANGER



"I AM WARNING THESE PEOPLE THAT "



ASIF ZARDARI IS SELLING PUNJAB NEUTRALS WHY DONT YOU FEEL ANYTHING
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PAKISTAN ON THE EDGE TODAY OVER THEFT OF POLITICAL MANDATE OF INCOMING PTI PUNJAB GOVERNMENT. THE NUCLEAR ARMED COUNTRY FACES THE SRI LANKA MODEL IF THE PEOPLE'S POLITICAL MANDATE IS SUBVERTED.  THE STAKES ARE ENORMOUS AS CIVIL WAR COULD BE SPARKED.    





NO MORE LARGER BENCH  -
HISTORICAL DECISION OF SUPREME COURT AGAINST HAMZA




PRESS CONFERENCE OF MARYAM NAWAZ AND PDM AGAINST SUPREME COURT






IMRAN KHAN GIVES NATIONWIDE PROTEST CALL AGAINST DEPUTY SPEAKER's RULING





IMRAN KHAN ASKED NATION TO COME OUT AS RANGERS DEPLOYED IN MANY CITIES



PEOPLE REACHED SUPREME COURT REGISTRY LAHORE AT MIDNIGHT






SUPREME COURT OPEN IN NIGHT 10 VOTES REJECTED  
CM Punjab Election 





HOW PERVAIZ ELAHI LOST THE ELECTION OF CM PUNJAB AND HAMZA SHAHBAZ WON





IMRAN KHAN IS GIVING WARNING TO IMPOSE THE
SRI LANKAN MODEL IN PAKISTAN







IMRAN KHAN'S BIG WARNING .
SHEHBAZ GOVERNMENT IN TROUBLE




FAZAL UR REHMAN IS GIVING FINAL WARNING TO IMRAN KHAN AND PTI




IMRAN KHAN vs ASIF ZARDARI THE CLOSE MATCH OF PUNJAB ASSEMBLY 




PERVAIZ ELAHI'S LIFE IN DANGER?



IMRAN KHAN REFUSES TO CONTEST GENERAL ELECTIONS UNDER THE CURRENT CHIEF ELECTION COMMISSIONER





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PAKISTAN ON THE EDGE TODAY OVER THEFT OF POLITICAL MANDATE OF INCOMING PTI PUNJAB GOVERNMENT. THE NUCLEAR ARMED COUNTRY FACES THE SRI LANKA MODEL IF THE PEOPLE'S POLITICAL MANDATE IS SUBVERTED.  THE SICILIAN MAFIA MODUS OPERANDUS NEEDS TO BE EXPOSED AND ENDED IF PAKISTAN HAS ANY FUTURE . THE RULE OF LAW MUST REIGN SUPREME AND CORRUPT DYNASTIC MAFIAS PLAYED BY THE NWO MUST END  NOW.     
















LIVE From Supreme Court
PTI Babar Awan Emergency Presser




PTI LEADER PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER GOVERNMENT BOYCOTTED SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN















PAKISTAN IS AT 'HEIGHTENED RISK' OF DEBT DEFAULT




TEAM OF HAMZA SHAHBAZ INDICATES HE WILL LOSE THE CASE TOMORROW





NO MORE LARGER BENCH  -
HISTORICAL DECISION OF SUPREME COURT AGAINST HAMZA





"RANA SANAULLAH's STATEMENT CAN BE CONSIDERED
A THREAT," Justice ® Shaiq Usmani




PRESS CONFERENCE OF MARYAM NAWAZ AND PDM AGAINST SUPREME COURT
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A GREAT HISTORIC DECISION UPHOLDING THE RULE OF LAW IN PAKISTAN BY THE SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN. HOWEVER, REMOVING AN USURPING GOVERNMENT COALITION BROUGHT IN BY REGIME CHANGE TACTICS IS ANOTHER MATTER. THIS IS A FAST MOVING POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS AND THE TRUTH IS BEING TRACKED DOWN.

AS A PERFECT STORM IS BREWING IN PAKISTAN WE MUST ALSO FACTOR IN THE ANGER ON THE PAKISTAN STREETS AGAINST THOSE REFERRED TO AS LOTTAS(TOILET WATER CONTAINERS). AS PEOPLE'S POLITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS HAS BEEN AWAKENED THEY ARE NOW CLEAR THAT THE IMPORTED RULING GOVERNMENT IS COMPOSED OF SELLOUTS AND CRIMINALS MANIPULATED BY A SUPERPOWER.

ANYONE WHO DOES NOT KNOW WHAT THE SICILIAN MAFIA IS OR HOW IT OPERATES CAN OBTAIN FULL COMPREHENSION ON THE CURRENT POLITICAL STAGE UNFOLDING IN PAKISTAN.  THIS SHOULD INSPIRE PEOPLE's POLITICAL MOVEMENTS GLOBALLY SEEKING TO CHANGE IMPOSED RULING ELITES AND REGIMES WHICH CRUSH THE ASPIRATIONS OF THE COMMON PEOPLE FOR JUSTICE.   





CM OATH CEREMONY NOT AIRED ON NATIONAL TV 






PAKISTAN SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS PUNJAB DEPUTY SPEAKER's DECISION. NAMES PARVEZ ELAHI AS PUNJAB CHIEF MINISTER 














1 CRORE OVERSEAS PAKISTANI VOTERS WILL TURN
THE GAME FOR IMRAN KHAN









PAKISTAN’s UNENDING POLITICAL CRISIS
Zafar Bangash
https://crescent.icit-digital.org/articl...cal-crisis


Since its emergence on the world map on August 14, 1947, Pakistan has seldom witnessed calm for any extended period, staggering from one crisis to the next like a corner drunk. Its wounds are largely self-inflicted opening opportunities for predatory powers to interfere in its internal affairs.

The latest crisis that erupted in March is a case in point. Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) had made significant progress in stabilizing the economy when a crisis was engineered ousting him from power. Quite aside from the argument about whether it was US-engineered—opinion on both sides is deeply entrenched—since Imran Khan’s ouster, the economy has been battered. Foreign exchange reserves have dwindled, the rupee has nose-dived vis-à-vis the US dollar and inflation has skyrocketed making life miserable for the already poverty-stricken people. Today, 90 million people languish in poverty. Three months ago, it was 60 million.
Who is responsible for this state of affairs and why was it necessary to undermine Imran Khan’s government and to what purpose? These are questions that need clear answers. Unfortunately, these will not be forthcoming because those who engineered the crisis were acting at the behest of their foreign masters and will hardly confess to wrong-doing.

Perhaps it might be more useful to examine the root causes of Pakistan’s recurring dilemma. For this, we must examine the circumstances in which the struggle for Pakistan was waged. The provinces that currently constitute Pakistan—Punjab, KPK, Sindh and Baluchistan—were largely absent from the struggle for independence. They already had Muslim majorities and had no need for change.

The struggle for independence was waged by people who lived in predominantly Hindu-majority areas of British-ruled India. They bore the brunt of Hindu fascism and struggled to secure their rights once the British raj ended. The former East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was disposed off in 1971 because the West Pakistani elite were not willing to share power with the Bengalis. For their selfish ambitions to retain power and privilege, they were prepared to destroy Pakistan. And they did. This story needs to be recounted.

The idea of Pakistan as a separate homeland for the Muslims of India was conceived by Dr Muhammad Iqbal in his presidential address of December 21, 1930 to the All-India Muslim League convention in Allahabad. Iqbal did not refer to it as ‘Pakistan’ but he clearly envisioned an independent state for the Muslims.

It also needs recalling that the All-India Muslim League was established in Dhaka in 1906. The people of what came to be called East Pakistan were in the forefront of the struggle for Muslim rights yet regrettably, once Pakistan came into being, they were sidelined and treated largely as second-class citizens.

Pakistan started on the wrong foot right at independence. The opportunity to make a clean break with British raj was missed when Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who led the Pakistan movement for independence, opted to become governor general of the new state. Field Marshal Claude Auchinleck was accepted as the supreme commander of the armed forces of both India and Pakistan. On his first day as governor general, Jinnah rode to office in Karachi in a horse-drawn carriage in the style of the British viceroy.

Compared to those that followed, Jinnah was honest and hard-working even if steeped in British habits and manners. Within a few years of his passing, political intrigue gripped the new state. His successor, Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated in October 1951 two weeks before he was to visit Moscow and the intriguers and crooks came into the open.

Shortly thereafter, Pakistan joined CENTO and SEATO military pacts, placing it squarely
under the United States umbrella against the Soviet Union. An air force base at Budhaber near Peshawar was given to the US from where U-2 planes would take off to spy on the Soviet Union. It earned the Soviets’ enmity resulting in disastrous consequences for Pakistan.

Three names stand out in this sordid tale of intrigue and making Pakistan subservient to the US: Iskandar Mirza (a military-bureaucrat), Ayub Khan (a military man) and Ghulam Muhammad (a bureaucrat). Of the three, Ghulam Muhammad was the most devious and morally bankrupt. He died of venereal disease (gonorrhea) in 1956 although penicillin had been discovered a year earlier. It did not arrive in time to save him.

In the two-year period between 1954-1956, six governments were dismissed. The main characters behind this drama were Iskandar Mirza and Ayub Khan who had by now become the commander-in-chief of the Pakistan army and defence minister. His British commanding officer had written in his file that Ayub Khan should not be promoted above the rank of lieutenant colonel because he was incompetent. How did this incompetent military officer not only become the commander-in-chief of the Pakistan army but also grabbed power in October 1958 and elevated himself to the rank of field marshal? This is where his skills for political intrigue came into play.

In his book, Friends not Masters (believed to be written for him by Altaf Gauhar), Ayub Khan proudly admitted that Muslim officers in the British Indian army, as true professionals, remained ‘neutral’ as the pogrom of partition got underway. Their ‘professionalism’ and ‘neutrality’ cost the lives of more than a million innocent Muslims at the hands of Hindus and Sikhs. Does the word ‘neutrality’ ring a bell?

In its early days, the Pakistan army was staffed by British officers. The commander-in-chief was General Frank Messervy while Douglas Gracey served as deputy commander-in-chief. When Pakistani tribes from the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) entered Kashmir in October 1947 to help their Kashmiri brethren against the Dogra forces and the invading Indian army, General Messervy was away in London. General Gracey was acting as Pakistan army chief. He refused Jinnah’s order to send Pakistani troops into Kashmir, instead waiting from Auchinleck’s orders.
Auchinleck had already issued Standdown instructions that in the event of military conflict between India and Pakistan, no British officer would participate in the conflict. From the get-go, the army displayed insubordination to civilian authority, including Jinnah who was governor general.

With time, such insubordination has not only been entrenched but the military (army) has intruded into other domains—politics, foreign policy and the economy—and usurped more power and authority. It has become the arbiter of who should rule and who must be sent packing home.

Successive bouts of martial law—Ayub Khan (1958-1969), Yahya Khan (1969-1972), Zia ul-Haq (1977-1988) and Pervez Musharraf (1999–2008) have stymied the development of civilian institutions. When not directly at the helm of affairs, the men in khaki have dictated policy from behind the scenes. The martial law regimes threw up such men as Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (Ayub and Yahya eras), led to the break-up of Pakistan (Yahya era), Sharif family and MQM monstrosities (Zia era) and PML-Q (Musharraf era).

When Imran Khan tried to chalk out an independent foreign policy by reclaiming some political space, a motley collection of criminals, murderers and money-launderers was cobbled together and placed in power by the army. Its claims to ‘neutrality’ find few takers.

Imran Khan’s ouster has brought the country to the brink of economic ruin and civil war. Will anyone be held accountable for such crimes? There is little hope because accountability is unknown in Pakistani politics, especially when it involves the men in khaki.


DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES OF MILITARY RULE IN PAKISTAN
https://crescent.icit-digital.org/articles/disastrous-consequences-of-military-rule-in-pakistan

Among Muslim countries, four stand out for their militaries’ involvement in politics. These are not in any particular order: Indonesia, Pakistan, Turkey and Egypt. A quick glance would show that in all four countries, the militaries are large. With the exception of Turkey, the others have not been able to wean their militaries from interfering in politics. Even in Turkey the situation is not so clear-cut. But since the July 2016 attempted coup that was frustrated because the masses came out to confront the tanks in the streets, the military’s wings have been clipped somewhat.


Militaries in at least two Muslim countries—Pakistan and Egypt—have followed a similar trajectory and caused irreparable damage to the social fabric of their respective societies.

In both, the militaries exercise enormous influence and have spread their tentacles into most spheres of activity in society. As organized groups, they exercise disproportionate influence in politics, foreign and defence affairs as well as economic policies. In both locales, they have become multinational corporations and generals have become real estate tycoons and industrial barons.



With such obsession for real estate, their military performance has declined. Egypt has faced successive defeats against Israel and threw in the towel in 1978 eschewing any thought of liberating its own territory occupied by the zionists, much less liberating Palestine. In fact, the Egyptian army acts as a subcontractor for the zionist occupiers in oppressing the Palestinian people.



Despite a carefully-crafted image, the Pakistan army’s performance has also not been very impressive. While it played no role in the creation of Pakistan, it came to assume enormous influence in the new state. Let us begin with the state of Jammu and Kashmir. One-third of the state that was liberated from India’s clutches was the direct result of tribesmen from the North West Frontier Province (now renamed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) rushing to help the Kashmiris in 1947-1948.



Pakistan fought two wars with India (1965 and 1971) without liberating an inch of Kashmir. There was also the Kargil operation of 1998 which ended in disaster because it was not well thought-out.



Let us begin with the 1965 war. Officially described as the September 1965 War, this characterization is not entirely accurate. Pakistani forces had already launched military operations in Kashmir in August. Dubbed ‘Operation Grand Slam’, the plan was to send Pakistani commandos into Kashmir. They would instigate an uprising against India’s occupation forces that the people of Kashmir would support, it was assumed.



Colonel Ghaffar Mehdi, commandant of SSG (Pakistani commandos) opposed this plan describing it as ill-conceived and faulty. He visited the GHQ and tried to impress upon the chief of General Staff, General Sher Bahadur that it would not succeed because no groundwork for such an operation has been done. Instead of listening to Colonel Mehdi’s advice, he was relieved of his responsibilities as commandant SSG and transferred to Sialkot (For details, see Colonel Mehdi’s Book: Politics of Surrender and the Conspiracy of Silence).



How did such a plan come about? Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the evil man of Pakistani politics and ruthlessly ambitious, convinced President ‘Field Marshal’ Ayub Khan that India would not attack along the international border even if Pakistan launched operations in Kashmir. Ayub bought into this diabolical folly and launched ‘Operation Grand Slam’.



Eight to ten commando units headed by majors and captains were launched into Kashmir to carry out sabotage and instigate an uprising. Concurrently, a ground assault was launched in Chhamb-Jurian sector inside Indian occupied Jammu in early August 1965. While the ground operations by the Pakistan army commanded by Major General Akhtar Hussain Malik (GOC 12 Division), made good progress, the commando operations were a complete disaster, as predicted by Colonel Mehdi.



In his book about the Indo-Pak War of 1965, Illusion of Victory, General Mahmud Ahmad (retired as DG-ISI) has described in detail what went wrong with the commando operations. Far from the Kashmiris staging an uprising, in many instances they reported the movement of Pakistani commandos to Indian occupation forces. Almost all of them were captured, some died fighting Indian troops and the whole operation ended in failure.



With his forces making rapid progress in Chhamb-Jurian, General Akhtar Hussain Malik was asked by Ayub Khan whether he could take Akhnur, the most important Indian military post in Kashmir at the time. The only road to Srinagar, capital of Indian-occupied Kashmir, passed through Akhnur. Even while battling three Indian divisions with one of his own and making good progress, General Malik asked for two additional brigades to complete the mission.



Instead of providing him the additional forces, Ayub replaced him with General Yahya Khan. The latter made no progress in Kashmir and the war ended in a stalemate. The Americans imposed a ceasefire that was to the detriment of Pakistan. The US had also imposed an arms embargo on both. It did not affect India at all because their weapons were Russian-supplied. The embargo had a major impact on Pakistan’s fighting ability. Despite the arms embargo, Pakistan still had the ability to inflict major damage on India after blunting its attacks but under US pressure, Ayub Khan accepted the ceasefire.



Bhutto’s role in the war also needs proper assessment. He knew that the war would cause enormous damage to Pakistan’s economy. His deliberately false opinion that India would not attack along the international border also put Pakistan at great risk. That Pakistani soldiers and young officers (lieutenants to majors) fought with great valour is a tribute to their courage. The same cannot be said about the senior officers, barring a few exceptions.



With the economy badly damaged, Ayub suffered a stroke in 1968 incapacitating him. By now, General Yahya had been appointed commander-in-chief of the army. Bhutto saw in Ayub’s illness an opportunity to launch a campaign of agitation against his former benefactor (Bhutto used to call Ayub Khan ‘daddy’!) He demanded Ayub’s resignation. When Ayub asked Yahya to impose martial law, the latter demanded that Ayub hand over power to him as president. This is what Ayub had done to Iskandar Mirza in 1958. History had caught up with Ayub.



General Yahya only compounded Pakistan’s problems. Bhutto’s devilish mind went to work
and easily manipulated Yahya into a series of disastrous decisions. Elections for the new civilian government were held in late 1970. The East Pakistan-based Awami League headed by Shaikh Mujibur Rahman won an absolute majority in the new parliament (153 seats). There was, however, a lacuna. Awami League’s seats were exclusively from East Pakistan. In West Pakistan, the vote was split but Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party came out on top with 82 seats.

This is where his criminal mind went to work. He was absolutely determined to frustrate Mujibur Rahman from becoming the prime minister. When Yahya Khan called the National Assembly session in February 1971 in Dhaka, Bhutto threatened to “break the legs of anyone” who dared to attend from West Pakistan. He also started to work on Pakistani generals telling them that Mujib was a ‘traitor’ and if he came to power, he would break-up Pakistan.



The already-prejudiced minds of Pakistani generals and some bureaucrats easily fell into the trap. Far from convening the assembly session in Dhaka, Yahya unleashed the army against the people of East Pakistan to “teach them a lesson”. True to his evil nature, Bhutto declared: “Thank God, Pakistan has been saved”.



How many people were killed in East Pakistan is anybody’s guess but even one civilian killed was one too many. There was absolutely no need for a military operation. It sealed Pakistan’s fate and provided an opportunity to arch-enemy India to meddle in East Pakistan. A massive propaganda campaign was also launched against Pakistan.



As India amassed forces along the borders with East Pakistan, instead of seeking a political solution with Shaikh Mujib who had been arrested in March 1971 and flown to West Pakistan to face ‘treason charges’, Yahya blundered into launching a war against India. The loss of East Pakistan was a foregone conclusion. Yahya and the coterie of generals around him were not only incompetent, they also indulged in debauchery and orgies while the soldiers and young officers died in defence of their country.



Bhutto was not done with his evil plans. At the United Nations Security Council, Poland presented a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire, the withdrawal of Pakistani forces from East Pakistan and release of Shaikh Mujibur Rahman. As Pakistan’s deputy prime minister and foreign minister, Bhutto contemptuously tore up the resolution and throwing it in the air, walked out of the council chamber. Pakistan’s fate was sealed. A few days later, all Pakistani forces and civilians surrendered to the invading Indian army.



This is exactly what Bhutto wanted. He was close to succeeding in his evil design to become the prime minister of what was left of Pakistan. He could not have done so without getting Shaikh Mujib out of the way and humiliating the army through a widely-televised surrender to arch-enemy India.



When he took over power in January 1972, he went about destroying Pakistan’s industries and agriculture. While claiming to be a western-educated liberal democrat, in reality he had a feudal mindset. He brooked no criticism or opposition, going so far as to order the murder of political opponents. The late British journalist Harold Evans wrote about him: “Beneath his polished exterior lurks a medieval tyrant”.



His tyranny led to his downfall, at the hands of his own appointed army chief, General Zia ul-Haq in July 1977. While General Zia dispatched him to the gallows for the murder of Ahmed Raza Qasuri’s father (the actual target was the son), there are many other crimes, far too numerous to recount, that Bhutto committed. His family continues to plague Pakistani politics to this day.

General Zia (1977-1988), however, imposed his own evil plans on the hapless people of Pakistan. Saved by the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan—engineered by the CIA to trap them into their own ‘Vietnam’—General Zia launched his ‘Islamization’ program to hoodwink the people into believing that he was a ‘pious’ Muslim. At the personal level, he may have been but Islam is much more than rituals that most Muslims indulge in. His ‘Islamization’ plan was to steal the clothes of the opposition alliance that had raised the slogan of Nizam-e Mustafa to oust Bhutto from power.



Zia spawned two other evil forces, the Sharif family and MQM. The first was propped up to undermine People’s Party support in Punjab and the second to reduce its appeal in Sindh. While he succeeding in both objectives, Zia bequeathed two monstrosities that have caused havoc with the lives of people ever since.



Following Zia’s death in a fiery plane crash, the people had hoped that military rule would be over for good. Not so fast. After a short interregnum, the military was back with a vengeance in the form of General Pervez Musharraf (1999–2008), declaring himself ‘chief executive’. We need not detain ourselves with the details of the intrigue that led to his coup but his complete surrender to the US to wage war on Afghanistan following the 911 attacks devastated Pakistan. Human and material losses of Pakistan have been enormous.



While today Pakistan is not under direct military rule, it does not mean that the army has stopped interfering in politics. The latest blow it delivered to the body politic and economy of Pakistan was to impose a bunch of criminals, murderers, thieves and money-launderers on the people. What precisely did the army top brass want to achieve by this move which has led to the destruction of Pakistan’s economy? Was it because Imran Khan as prime minister was showing too much independence and refusing to obey the army’s orders?



History will render a very harsh verdict against the army, especially General Qamar Javed Bajwa, if Pakistan survives this latest blow. The only force standing in the way is the masses, awakened by Imran Khan to stand up for their rights.














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PAKISTANI POLITICAL DRAMA HEIGHTENS IN TENSION WITH THE "ABDUCTION" OF A TOP POLITICAL AIDE OF IMRAN KHAN. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INTERIOR MINISTER ALLEGES SEDITION AGAINST THE ARMY WAS BEING PROMOTED ON AIR WHICH IS TREASONABLE.  MEANTIME THE PTI RULING PUNJAB GOVERNMENT SENDS IN AN ELITE POLICE FORCE TO PROTECT IMRAN KHAN IN ISLAMABAD. WHILST IMRAN KHAN HAS A MASSIVE PTI RALLY ON AUGUST 13 2022 SWITCHED FROM ISLAMABAD TO LAHORE. THE POLITICAL ATMOSPHERE IS ELECTRIC AS AN ULTIMATUM TO HOLD EARLY GENERAL ELECTIONS AND TIME FRAME WILL BE ANNOUNCED.

HOWEVER, THE GAMEPLAN OF THE EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT SEEMS TO BE TO EITHER DISQUALIFY IMRAN KHAN OVER FOREIGN FUNDING OR ARREST HIM AND MAYBE MORE? HOWEVER, DESPITE MEDIA CENSORSHIP VIA SOCIAL MEDIA THE MOOD ON THE STREETS NATIONALLY IS TO PROTECT AND SUPPORT IMRAN KHAN AND THE PTI. PAKISTAN IS NOW ON A KNIFE EDGE IN AUGUST 2022.



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