Archive for April, 2010

Second Rebuttal to Senator Faisal Raza Abidi’s Reply Carried By The News on 21 April 2010

April 23rd, 2010

The PPP Senator decided to have another attempt at maligning the name of Masood Sharif Khan Khattak and claimed that the infamous Judge Malik Abdul Qayyum cassettes were brought from Pakistan to London by Rehman Malik. Rehman Malik did endear himself to the PPP leadership by pretending all these years that he had managed the procurement of these infamous cassettes which saved the PPP leadership from a conspiratorial conviction through the then Supreme Court of Pakistan. There was, therefore, the need of putting the facts in the public domain as the infamous Judge Malik Abdul Qayyum infamous cassettes are something that will be talked about for a very long while in the judicial and political history of Pakistan. The credit for saving the PPP and its Leadership from a political blow that the PPP and its leadership would not have been able to survive had to be given to be given to who it was long overdue – Rana Abdul Rahim an officer of the Intelligence Bureau who, answering to the call of his conscience, exposed these cassettes and saved Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and the incumbent President Mr Asif Ali Zardari from a conspiratorial conviction and the PPP itself from political wilderness.

Masood Sharif Khan Khattak’s second rebuttal to the new barrage of allegations made by Faisal Raza Abidi were carried in The News of 23 April 2010. There was some editing done to his reply for want of space. Reproduced below is the second reply of Masood Sharif Khan Khattak as sent to The News by him.
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Masood Sharif Khan Khattak’s Rebuttal To PPP Senator Faisal Raza Abidi’s Prompted Allegations

April 23rd, 2010

A PPP Senator from Karachi one Faisal Raza Abidi who has been made a Senator as a matter of charity made some absurd allegations against Masood Sharif Khan Khattak that were carried in The News of 19 April 2010. The Essence of those allegations were that Masood Sharif Khan Khattak had given an affidavit against Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto after the dismissal of her first government and had thus damaged her. He alleged that Masood Sharif Khan Khattak had tapped various dignitaries telephones in his capacity as the DG IB and that Masood Sharif Khan Khattak had started a propaganda against the PPP the President and the cabinet colleagues of the President.
It may be recalled by some that prior to these allegations Masood Sharif Khan Khattak had been a guest on Geo TV’s most popular programme Meray Muttabiq ( video available in the video section of this site) and had been very critical of the role of Rehman Malik on 27 December 2007 i.e. the day of the tragic assassination of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. Rehman Malik today is the “imposed” Interior Minister of Pakistan which is a tragedy in itself.
Masood Sharif Khan Khattak, a former Director General Intelligence Bureau and a much higher placed person than Rehman Malik in the bureaucracy of the nineties as well as in the PPP hierarchy till he resigned from the PPP in December 2007 responded to all these allegations that came through the pen/mouth of the charity Senator Faisal Raza Abidi on the behest of Rehman Malik. Masood Sharif Khan Khattak’s remarks were carried in The News of 20 April 2010 and are reproduced below.

Rebuttal
Faisal Raza Abidi a new-found loud mouth Senator masquerading as a leader of the PPP issued a misguiding statement about me that was published in The News of 19 April 2010. He cast doubts on my loyalties for the PPP over the past. To put him in his place I shall only present before the readers what Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto had to say to me through her remarks on a book that she presented to me at her residence in Dubai on 30 May 2007. In her remarks she had said “To Masood Sharif Sahib, With much appreciation for your courage and devotion to PPP.” ( I do hope The News can publish these remarks in Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’s own hand as the same are attached.)
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Masood Sharif Khan Khattak On GEO TV’s Meray Mutabiq – 16th April 2010

April 16th, 2010

NOTE: The following media is in the Urdu language and NOT in English.

Masood Sharif Khan Khattak, Major General (Retd) Ehsan Ahmed and Malik Mumtaz (former FIA Director) discuss the investigation report that was release about the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. Hundred million rupees spent on United Nations investigative report with no result. Dr Shahid Masood hosts the show.

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Pakhtunistan

April 1st, 2010

Pakhtunistan was the only logical name for what will soon be erstwhile NWFP. The rest is all political gimmickry. The name that has emerged is a combination of two names “Khyber Pakhtunkhwa”. Those who resisted the name “Pakhtunkhwa” do not belong to the Khyber Agency or the Khyber Pass either. So how does it help the non pakhtuns living in what was the NWFP by having the prefix ‘Khyber’ added to the provincial name? The Khyberite Pakhtuns (Afridis and Shinwaris) have already voiced disagreement to the use of the word ‘Khyber’ with the provincial name. Pakhtunistan, therefore, was the only real name for the province that was so far known as NWFP so that the Pakhtuns could have finally achieved a territorial identity. All the adverse buzz built around that word i.e. Pakhtunistan in the 70s was no longer relevant and should have been ignored.
In my opinion the Pakhtuns have been deprived once again from obtaining their true identity which is the reason for the absence of vigorous celebrations across the province. Whatever celebrations that one witnesses on the media is basically from the political party workers of mainly the ANP. The fear that the name Pakhtunistan would lay the grounds for dissent at some stage and the Pakhtuns living on both sides of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border might work their way round to one entity at some later stage is totally unfounded. If that has to happen it will still happen and can happen even around the name Pakhtunkhwa or even without any name at all. But it is not likely to happen as the Pakhtuns have proved themselves, time and again, to be extraordinarily patriotic Pakistanis.
However, it must also be kept in mind by the present and future rulers of Pakistan that it is now time for the Pakhtuns to be given their rightful resources to develop and move forward and be brought out of the backwardness that they have been kept in, endlessly, by the British when they ruled these parts and even after partition i.e. after the creation of Pakistan.
In all fairness I will add here, as a true Pakistani, a similar word for all the backward areas of Pakistan in all the provinces. Believe me, there are places in a city like Karachi where people still get drinking water on donkeys..a shame indeed!! So if the country’s integrity has to be kept intact it cannot be done by keeping this or that name but by ensuring that Pakistan now develops into a modern country on a uniform basis with every part of the country having its share of development and autonomy.

Returning to the land of the Pakhtuns let it be said that it should have been given the name ‘Pakhtunistan’ without any hesitation.

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