Archive for January, 2008

Open Letter to President Pervez Musharraf asking for a resignation

January 21st, 2008

I had written this open letter to the then sitting uniformed President Gen Musharraf who despite being against the wall did not think it was time to go. I suggested ways that he could adopt to make his exit as honorable as possible. But our rulers are bent upon disgracing themselves to the absolute limit before they have to eventually quit power and also the privilege of living in the country that they have ruled.

21 JANUARY 2008

MASOOD SHARIF KHAN KHATTAK,
PESHAWAR , NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE (NWFP)
PAKISTAN

TO: – GENERAL (RETD) PERVEZ MUSHARRAF
PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN

Dear Mr President,
Assalam alaikum.

The destructive events of 2007 cannot be wished away. The naked assault of your government on the judiciary, led by yourself from the front, on 09 March, 2007, triggered off a chain of events that need not be recounted. In short, Pakistan has been devastated all through 2007.

Pakistan lost an internationally recognised political and intellectual personality, namely, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto on 27 December, 2007, to a murderous gun and bomb attack. Pakistan was reduced to paralysis in the aftermath of the tragic manner in which Pakistan’s most courageous political leader lost her life. The story does not end here. The adverse effects of this tragedy will continue to unfold in the days, months and years to come. I pray that ALLAH THE ALMIGHTY Blesses the soul of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto eternal peace of heavens. Amen.
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DAWN News TV Investigation Report with Masood Sharif – 6th January 2008

January 6th, 2008

A general election was held in Pakistan on 18 February 2008, after being postponed from 8 January 2008. The original date was intended to elect members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, the lower house of the Majlis-e-Shoora (the nation’s parliament). This DAWN News TV Investigation Report was aired just before that election and features people who have affected past elections and Pakistan’s democratic process in many ways including General Ali Kuli Khan Khattak, General Hamid Gul, Maj (Retd) Masood Sharif Khan Khattak, General Roedad Khan, Air Marshall Asghar Khan, Brig Imtiaz Ahmed, Maj Aamir and more.

One of the main topics is Midnight Jackals, an operation conducted by the Intelligence Bureau to thwart an attempt to overthrow the democratically elected government of Benazir Bhutto. Other topics include the rigging of elections, involvement of the Pakistan Army in democracy and elections, intelligence agencies involvement in elections and democracy and more.

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