Karak

I have been particularly encouraged because I notice with a lot of satisfaction and pride that so many of our young and educated Khattaks and other pakhtuns use the internet with ease in these modern days. In the modern age this media must be utilised for educated people to have healthy and constructive discussions on matters that affect their lives. Let us all, therefore, try and keep in contact here and discuss local issues alongwith other issues that are of great significance to us all as a tribe. I do look forward to a fruitful interaction with the young and educated youth of our great Khattak tribe.

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111 Responses

  1. Dr.ikhlaq ktk says:

    iam glad to see that much khattaks discussing their future.i thank its gona morning on land of brave peoples.i am nt in position to say smething more bt remember my nation that ur ldentified by ur leader.try to select leaders brave like lions;they should hav potential to stress high figures.they shouldnt say plz.i hav no personl gradg wid my m p a.bt he is nt representative of my nation khattak.he may b able to run this post well bt what people will think that khattaks havnt anyone to live nd die for name of their nation.i pay special thanks to mr.masood shareef khattak fr providing such forum

  2. Dr.ikhlaq ktk says:

    sorry fr spell mistak

  3. Assalam alaikum Ikhlaq,
    Which MPA are you talking about and who do you think is running this website/Post? This website is my personal website on which I opened a page for discussions with the Khattak youth. Your comment sort of confused me so please do clarify.
    It is good to see you here. Please do become an active participant. By the way whereabouts are you? Are you abroad?
    Best Wishes

  4. Sir, words are always fruitful but it it needs a specific mentality.If we want to bring a change , a positive social change,then we all have to work hard.We have to come out to realize the very ideal for a socially developed KARAK.To me, what else I can present the reality of our backwardness, that in 2010 , we are being presented by a typical Mulla in Parliament.Have someone can ask from the respected representative to show his role in NA for the prosperity of Karak .?You yourself have to come out in streets to have a contact with a common man. Sir, We all are with u..we have the same dreams but it can not be visualized in air conditioned rooms. The development and prosperity of Karak have to be idealized in Karak and realized in Islamabad.

  5. YOUSAF KHAN KHATTAK says:

    @Naimatullah.Very well said and we need to unite across the board on one agenda and that is that we should start sending a person to Islamabad,who have vision for Karak and should present our case rather his own over there.

  6. Habi-ul Haq says:

    In the region of Karak only a person who is humble , truly democrate and cool minded is welcomed in politics as people of the area, (The Khattaks ),are independent minded and though not much rich but self respected.
    Khattaks can never tolerate an arrogant and rude one ,

  7. Assalam alaikum Habi-ul Haq,
    This would however, hold true for all of us.
    I appreciate what you said and what so many others before you have said. What you all tend to forget is that the contestants in the elections are also from the same tribe ..they too are Khattaks and have the same attributes that the Khattak voter has.
    I have contested the elections so let me tell you my experiences.
    1. Each and every lose voter i.e. those who are not totally committed to this or that political party, or the individual who is the candidate, promise each and every candidate, even if there are five candidates or more by slapping his chest and saying ” Ghum ma waya…bilkul ghum che wa na key…ae mo vote ae tau da…” Imagine saying this to every candidate that comes to your hujra or chowk?
    2. The voter pledges his vote but then till the time he is in the polling booth and out of it no one knows whom he has voted for. After the elections the voter tells each of the losing candidate as well as the winner separately that he voted for him!!!!
    3. The voter, or some of us who are slightly more influential, will ask for one or sometimes two vehicles so that he can campaign for that candidate but in actual fact the voter uses those vehicles for their personal use. Some even use them on hire like ordinary taxis. Fuel too is at the cost of the candidate.
    4. I had once visited a far flung village and saw on my way there that electricity poles had been erected but were missing from some places. The wire was there between some poles but was stolen from between many poles. The end result was that when i arrived at that distant village there was no electricity there. Obviously, because the poles and wire on the way had been stolen. I found a gathering of only about fifty people there and I started talking just as I would if there had been 1500 or more people there and advised them not to sell their votes and that they should make a good decision by voting for someone they think is right for the Constituency even if it was not me. On the way back my colleagues in the jeep said that while you(meaning me) were making that fine speech trying to convince them not to sell their votes etc an elderly person came to me and said ” Da Khattak sahib doomra maghza wailey khuree..da da ma ta wa yaaee che chumra vote pukar di au de yo vote ba chumra paisay prekayee zaka che falankai candidate muzh ta da da rate manaley da” ( Why is Khattak sahib eating his brain so much when he can just tell me how many votes he wants from this village and for how much as the other candidates have agreed to pay so and so amount for each vote)
    Are you listening Mr Habi-ul Haq? Are u surprised that despite wires and poles for over twenty years that village is still without electricity?
    4. A lot of people in different corner meetings and in question answer sessions during the 2002 elections would ask me that if I get elected will i solve their personal problems or will I say that they should come with this or that influential man so that then he does their sifarish(recommending) and then only will I do their work. My patent answer was always that I am a free man..a very proud and free Khattak with all my self respect, dignity and honour fully intact and that I was not anyone’s slave so I have no problem in dealing with each man on his own and have no reason due to which anyone would dictate to me to help anyone/someone or not. Then i use to tell them “look it is you who have to make yourself free. My tail is in no ones hands and it is you – the voters who have given your tail in other peoples hands. You free yourself and do not tell me to approach someone else for your vote then I too will never say that you go bring so and so with you if you want me to help you. Simple is it not? If you vote for me on someone else’s saying then you have to obviously come for your work through somebody..do you agree? and the voters use to shout and say that I was right.

    5. Let me tell you that this straight talk of mine almost made me win except for the dhoka baazi of my own polling agents etc on polling day. People in distant polling stations used my vehicles to transport my voters and then one way or another made so many of them vote for someone else. I salute those steadfast unknown Khattaks who still voted for me despite all these kinds of chaal baazian on polling day.

    6. Yes there were 18000 Khattaks who, in 2002, braved all of Karak’s typical political games and still voted for me. I will stand and salute them so many many times, over and over again, as on the polling day they went walking, on their own cycles, their own motorcycles, their own cars and voted for the change many of us just talk about but do not have the courage to bring about. They transported, in their own cars, voters to vote for me while my polling agents used my vehicles to bring my voters to vote against me and for others. Such is our dirty politics. Hats of and salutes to those 18000 brave Khattaks who nearly changed the destiny of the Khattaks in 2002 while many of us succumbed and sold our votes and denied the Khattaks the change that would have made a huge difference.

    6. Tell me why cannot the proud Khattak say to a candidate ” look here …you are a nice guy..I would have liked to vote for you but I think so and so will be better for us and so am going to vote for him and not for you”. What is so brave about banging your chest for five different candidates and saying to each one of them ” Ghum ma waya…za ta sara yan..” Tell me what is great about doing this and tell me if this is not true.

    7. My campaign revolved around breaking the status quo so that I would be the representative of the poorest Khattak just as much as I would be for the richest Khattak. This is why my campaign did not revolve around hujras but around talking to people of an area in an open ground where everyone could come and meet me and talk to me as one people with only one aim, one purpose and one objective..the good of the Constituency and the well being and progress of the Khattaks as a people.

    It was not to be. The results of the last eight years are before everyone. There is no need for me to say anything.

    As a parting word I would like to say to the Khattak youth, in particular, and the Khattak tribe as a whole that they should concentrate on the future of our people rather than everyone acting as the most righteous sermon maker of all and in the process lose our way altogether and all over again.

    I would love to have only one vote that has been given to me by somone thinking that I am the right choice as compared to a million votes that I may have to get through chalaaki, dhoka baazi and fraud of any type – or for which I may have to beg by compromising my own self respect , dignity and honour.
    I would never ever want to be the “face of the Khattaks in Pakistan’s politics ” if I am forced to purchase my fellow tribesmen votes or if my fellow tribesmen want me to fall on my knees to beg for the votes”. I would rather not contest such an election. Respect, dignity and honour begets all these things. The traffic is both ways. Let me now start hearing in these comments what someone has done in practical terms in his own sphere of influence. Let us give up the traditional gills shikwa politics and start moving up the road as it is steep and very difficult anyway. Time will always be short.
    Best Regards and Wam Regards to everyone

    If ever ALLAH THE ALMIGHTY makes it happen I will want to be the proud representative of a proud people -The Khattaks – and I would want the Khattaks to feel proud of the
    ‘face that represents them in national politics”. One thing is assured that the Khattaks will not be the political orphans that they are today. No face, no voice, no representation – np nothing in the political arena.
    So all you educated Khattaks – get your hands together – decide for yourselves what you want and spread the voice for the change that you all desire. Get going and do something to spread the voice for the change you seek. The face for the change will follow – who knows who that could be…
    lets stop criticizing and saying all sorts of things – so far the voter and the candidates have all voluntarily played games with each other. Let us put a stop to this so that the self respect that we are all so proud of and keep talking gets to remain intact. How can someone selling a vote for a few hundred rupees or less claim pride and dignity and how can someone who buys that vote that is for sale claim to be a proud and self respecting man? Both are equally degraded people.
    So if you want that change – become the volunteer and silent agent for that change now..rest will follow. It will be natural
    Best Regards

  8. Assalam alaikum Habi-ul Haq,
    This would however, hold true for all of us.
    I appreciate what you said and what so many others before you have said. What you all tend to forget is that the contestants in the elections are also from the same tribe ..they too are Khattaks and have the same attributes that the Khattak voter has.
    I have contested the elections so let me tell you my experiences.
    1. Each and every lose voter i.e. those who are not totally committed to this or that political party, or the individual who is the candidate, promise each and every candidate, even if there are five candidates or more by slapping his chest and saying ” Ghum ma waya…bilkul ghum che wa na key…ae mo vote ae tau da…” Imagine saying this to every candidate that comes to your hujra or chowk?
    2. The voter pledges his vote but then till the time he is in the polling booth and out of it no one knows whom he has voted for. After the elections the voter tells each of the losing candidate as well as the winner separately that he voted for him!!!!
    3. The voter, or some of us who are slightly more influential, will ask for one or sometimes two vehicles so that he can campaign for that candidate but in actual fact the voter uses those vehicles for their personal use. Some even use them on hire like ordinary taxis. Fuel too is at the cost of the candidate.
    4. I had once visited a far flung village and saw on my way there that electricity poles had been erected but were missing from some places. The wire was there between some poles but was stolen from between many poles. The end result was that when i arrived at that distant village there was no electricity there. Obviously, because the poles and wire on the way had been stolen. I found a gathering of only about fifty people there and I started talking just as I would if there had been 1500 or more people there and advised them not to sell their votes and that they should make a good decision by voting for someone they think is right for the Constituency even if it was not me. On the way back my colleagues in the jeep said that while you(meaning me) were making that fine speech trying to convince them not to sell their votes etc an elderly person came to me and said ” Da Khattak sahib doomra maghza wailey khuree..da da ma ta wa yaaee che chumra vote pukar di au de yo vote ba chumra paisay prekayee zaka che falankai candidate muzh ta da da rate manaley da” ( Why is Khattak sahib eating his brain so much when he can just tell me how many votes he wants from this village and for how much as the other candidates have agreed to pay so and so amount for each vote)
    Are you listening Mr Habi-ul Haq? Are u surprised that despite wires and poles for over twenty years that village is still without electricity?
    4. A lot of people in different corner meetings and in question answer sessions during the 2002 elections would ask me that if I get elected will i solve their personal problems or will I say that they should come with this or that influential man so that then he does their sifarish(recommending) and then only will I do their work. My patent answer was always that I am a free man..a very proud and free Khattak with all my self respect, dignity and honour fully intact and that I was not anyone’s slave so I have no problem in dealing with each man on his own and have no reason due to which anyone would dictate to me to help anyone/someone or not. Then i use to tell them “look it is you who have to make yourself free. My tail is in no ones hands and it is you – the voters who have given your tail in other peoples hands. You free yourself and do not tell me to approach someone else for your vote then I too will never say that you go bring so and so with you if you want me to help you. Simple is it not? If you vote for me on someone else’s saying then you have to obviously come for your work through somebody..do you agree? and the voters use to shout and say that I was right.

    5. Let me tell you that this straight talk of mine almost made me win except for the dhoka baazi of my own polling agents etc on polling day. People in distant polling stations used my vehicles to transport my voters and then one way or another made so many of them vote for someone else. I salute those steadfast unknown Khattaks who still voted for me despite all these kinds of chaal baazian on polling day.

    6. Yes there were 18000 Khattaks who, in 2002, braved all of Karak’s typical political games and still voted for me. I will stand and salute them so many many times, over and over again, as on the polling day they went walking, on their own cycles, their own motorcycles, their own cars and voted for the change many of us just talk about but do not have the courage to bring about. They transported, in their own cars, voters to vote for me while my polling agents used my vehicles to bring my voters to vote against me and for others. Such is our dirty politics. Hats of and salutes to those 18000 brave Khattaks who nearly changed the destiny of the Khattaks in 2002 while many of us succumbed and sold our votes and denied the Khattaks the change that would have made a huge difference.

    6. Tell me why cannot the proud Khattak say to a candidate ” look here …you are a nice guy..I would have liked to vote for you but I think so and so will be better for us and so am going to vote for him and not for you”. What is so brave about banging your chest for five different candidates and saying to each one of them ” Ghum ma waya…za ta sara yan..” Tell me what is great about doing this and tell me if this is not true.

    7. My campaign revolved around breaking the status quo so that I would be the representative of the poorest Khattak just as much as I would be for the richest Khattak. This is why my campaign did not revolve around hujras but around talking to people of an area in an open ground where everyone could come and meet me and talk to me as one people with only one aim, one purpose and one objective..the good of the Constituency and the well being and progress of the Khattaks as a people.

    It was not to be. The results of the last eight years are before everyone. There is no need for me to say anything.

    As a parting word I would like to say to the Khattak youth, in particular, and the Khattak tribe as a whole that they should concentrate on the future of our people rather than everyone acting as the most righteous sermon maker of all and in the process lose our way altogether and all over again.

    I would love to have only one vote that has been given to me by somone thinking that I am the right choice as compared to a million votes that I may have to get through chalaaki, dhoka baazi and fraud of any type – or for which I may have to beg by compromising my own self respect , dignity and honour.
    I would never ever want to be the “face of the Khattaks in Pakistan’s politics ” if I am forced to purchase my fellow tribesmen votes or if my fellow tribesmen want me to fall on my knees to beg for the votes”. I would rather not contest such an election. Respect, dignity and honour begets all these things. The traffic is both ways. Let me now start hearing in these comments what someone has done in practical terms in his own sphere of influence. Let us give up the traditional gills shikwa politics and start moving up the road as it is steep and very difficult anyway. Time will always be short.
    Best Regards and Warm Regards to everyone

    If ever ALLAH THE ALMIGHTY makes it happen I will want to be the proud representative of a proud people -The Khattaks – and I would want the Khattaks to feel proud of the
    ‘face that represents them in national politics”. One thing is assured that the Khattaks will not be the political orphans that they are today. No face, no voice, no representation – np nothing in the political arena.
    So all you educated Khattaks – get your hands together – decide for yourselves what you want and spread the voice for the change that you all desire. Get going and do something to spread the voice for the change you seek. The face for the change will follow – who knows who that could be…
    lets stop criticizing and saying all sorts of things – so far the voter and the candidates have all voluntarily played games with each other. Let us put a stop to this so that the self respect that we are all so proud of and keep talking gets to remain intact. How can someone selling a vote for a few hundred rupees or less claim pride and dignity and how can someone who buys that vote that is for sale claim to be a proud and self respecting man? Both are equally degraded people.
    So if you want that change – become the volunteer and silent agent for that change now..rest will follow. It will be natural
    Best Regards

  9. Amjad Siddique Khattak says:

    Dear and our Great Leader
    salam,
    Sir i am your Great Supporter and i wish to see you as our Representative in National Assembly,we friend mostly discussed that If Major Sb would be our leader then our karak conditions were not like that which we see in present. It is our bad luck that we can not brought you as our representative as NA member, inshallah we would not repeat at in future, sir please in next election do not repeat your previous intention that cannot join the election race.sir please please we see you as our leader.
    Amjad Siddique Khattak
    tehsil T/Nasrati
    Bogara Karak

  10. Suliman Khattak says:

    Assalam-O-Alikum
    Respected sir Ist I m very thankful to you for providing this forum to the youngster of karak so that they can easily communicate with their great Leader.Sir I m your strong supporter and your fan.whenever i think about our karak politics than feel that now a days we are politically orfan.because the peoples that our elder khattaks sent to national and provincial Assembllies have no ability to represent us .they have no spirits of great Leaders.Even they can not stand on the floor of Assembllies to say and demand something for karak and for the peoples of karak.ma tu ye kehta ho k jo khud ko na introduce kar sakhy wo hamy kia represent karain gy because peoples says which type of peoples are you peoples sending to ASsembllies that cannot speak and we have no answer.the situation is very bad and in this postion peoples eyes are towards you because we donot need politics of Handpump,we donot need politics of son job etc.we need change.and we need university,we need medical college,we need engineering university in karak because our peoples have so much talent but their resources are limit.Respected sir cum forward Aur ban jao hum youngster ke awaz because we will support you. we will compaign for you.and must cum in the coming election because we want to see you in National Aseemblly.OR we want you chief Minister KhyberPukhtunkhwa Q k aj tak karak sy koi be nhe aya wazer-e-ala.
    “Wish you all success in times to come”
    Suliman Khattak
    Jandri karak.

  11. Zafar Khattak says:

    Dear Masood Sharif Sb……..
    I don’t know you as for as perosnal relations are concerned, did not visit you for any personal favours,never saw you personally, will not do that in future, insha Allah, but i voted for you & will do that again & again because of the principles & the vision you have. I believe in collective & over all progress of my people, my area & the pashtoons, by & large. We must look beyond personal advanges which has so far bottle necked our collective progress.
    Few days back when i was in Pakistan, i had to travel to Bannu, i was very much grieved to see the road from Karak to Surdag……….looks like there has been rocket attacks on it…while Bannu received so many development projects, presenting a view like Peshawar………off course not jealous with Bannu development as it’s our neighbour but got very much depressed to see that their is no one to work for karak. Every one is running behind personal advantages….which is ,indeed, worrisome..
    So i beg all my khattaks to think of collective advantages, unite on one point which is the development of Karak….all other things will come automatically with it…………Thank you all

  12. Asmat ullah says:

    Dear sir masood sharif:
    Salam: sir i will not take a lot of ur time but i will only request u to kam to karak and take the responsibility of leading deprived nation. God had gifted u tons of talent and excellence. please come back and throw out the two-numbers leaders, mulvis and m ufties. they destroyed nation and they are umware of how one can lead a nation. we need u badly. if u dont come back, remember, people of karak will come to ur home and will take u back to karak by force for leading them, it is because people think that have wasted time. i am a master in economics and being an educated person, a think u need to revise ut stance and decide to come back soon. i appreciate ur talent and i have proud to see how great u r. it abvously show how great other kahttak will be. i pray for ur long life. Asmat ullah khattak, Vice-president, pakistan society of professional economists.

  13. usman says:

    Sir we want to see you as our representative in National Assembly.

  14. Afaq Khattak says:

    Sir, karak really need u so plz think about and plan for next election.

  15. Roshan Khattak says:

    Sir,
    A O A..we,the khattak, are proud of you.we think that ppp will honoured your service for the party and will gave you a responsible post but now we are dishearted and disappointed. however we pray for your bright future
    May Allah bless you for a post to serve the Khattak tribe.(Ameen)

  16. Misbah Akbar says:

    Dear Maj khattak,

    Hope you are fine but must be worried regarding current situation of pakistan espacially KPK and Karak as almost everyone is.

    Providing oppertunity to youth to contact you is great work,i just love it,Thanks Afaq to informing me.

    Before 2002 elections (espacially till your election campaing tour to Latamber,i,e, Miltry ground) i knew you as a retired Army then civil beurocrate who has worked alot for Distt Karak but after attending the above mentioned jalsa i came to know your political views which were great……..

    You talked in broader prospective which usually politicians dont because they just cant as they dont have the knowldege,courage, they are just limited in every aspact they just dont know what is need of today they are in to the old mind frame…………..

    Because of their stuipid attitude Distt karak is still in dark ages even having almost 100% litracy rate,one of the most peacfull Distt of Pakistan,one of the most rich Distt in terms of natural resources, LEADER is the one who drives the nation but till today we didnt find ONE……

    Dear khattak sb you have given very brief answer to Mr Habib ul haq and its very correct but Habib sb’s comment is also valid because there is a difference in beurocracy and politics…….

    May ALLAH give you strength and oppertunity to serve Karak again and to change point of view of our voters,because our vote is not an ordinary piece of paper it has got lot of power but we as a nation dont know INSHA ALLAH things will work and i am very optomistic that we ll come to know the power of democracy the true democracy

    There is a suggestion for you hope you wont mind,
    kindly bring some change in your personality as there is a difference in beurocracy and politics and INSHA ALLAH you are our next MNA.

    Regards,

    Misbah Akbar,
    Village Latamber,
    Karak

  17. Majid khan khattak says:

    Sir
    AOA…!!
    we proud on you, MashAllah you have got a good talent, and knowing everything!!!
    we proud on you…….
    whole “KHATTAK” Tribe proud on you!
    you should be in National assembly from NA-15
    We all with you!!!!
    Regards
    Majid khan khattak

  18. Gul Khattak says:

    AoA,
    We need SHARIF School System our region, purely from your school of thoughts and by your managements. thank you
    your khattak

  19. Gul Khattak says:

    AoA,
    We need SHARIF School System (SSS) in our region, purely from your school of thoughts and by your managements. thank you
    your khattak

  20. Abdul Sattar says:

    I support Majid Khan’s comments. Like it.

  21. Abdul Sattar says:

    I think we should bring broader issues in front of sir Sharif, like the benefits of Oil and gas in the District. Khattak should not be ignored in employement and facilities in the area. There should be a proper qota in management. Alhmdulah Karak has plenty of talented graduates in allmost all fields, so they be utilized here.

  22. mushtaq khattak says:

    INSHALLAH Masood Sharif Khattak will be Future leader of Pakistan this will be proud 4 us that Any one Khattak is a Leader Of Pakistan.I Hope INSHALLAH he will make a change in Pakistan ..He is Pathan he can Be Confidential Person..we promise we will fully Support of Our Future Leader..So we are eager to see Our Leader Sir Masood Sharif Khattak……..

  23. Javed Khan says:

    All the Khattaks should come forward & vote for Masood Sharif Khan Khattak when ever he decide to contest election. Please do it for a cause & a certain change which is need of the hour. We should have people like Masood Sharif Khan Khattak as our representatives in the assemblies. Though I ‘m not from Khattak tribe but I would urge young generation living in Karak area & especially Khattak youth who can make this change happen.
    My Best wishes to everyone

  24. Engr Adnan says:

    I agree on the proposal of establishment technical university for district karak.Further delay will cause backwardness in the district ,especially in comparison with neighbhouring kohat,bannu and DIK .

    Can we agree and endeavour in this regard together regardless of caste,color or creed or even politics to expedite things ?

    kind regs,

  25. Engr Adnan says:

    Isnt it funny but also so true ,the observations gained through your experience…

    In 1997, i supported a NA candidate from karak whom i thought was educated and a better choice ,although in karak he has always failed in elections.

    And i discovered also that reasons were pretty much the same as you mentioned but sometimes even money wont help as its the ‘family/tribal connection’ or ‘bonded vote’ (taralay vote) which is an issue.

    I was able to win him three polling booths/villages coz of my dad’s good will and work in the area; and personal convincing but really i felt why would a decent modern educated guy go back and serve his people/area where mindsets wont change.

    Ironically, i was opposed in my own village by my dear and friendly influential cousins who are well educated /solvent and active in politics coz they had an unnatural alliance with ANP by then to fulfill (their past opponents) .They spent time till last night convincing me to switch sides but i wont as i wanted to vote according to conscious.I could argue so coz education give me the ability to judge the value of a vote for the righteous person.

    I wish for my bros and friends from karak to use conscious while voting to a right candidate otherwise we would always be left to cry over spilt milk.

  26. Imran Ali Khan says:

    Great men live for others while common lot live for themselves. The very essence of our existance is to help and support others. we khattaks are volatile in nature, very much unpredictable and fond of creating rifts. We are utilitarian to the root having no depthness of thought.Our area is rich with natural resources but due to lack of unity maximum benefit is not taken as we have no leader who can fight for collective cause. I have heard of you as a nice guy having good reputation. But there is still alot to be done. The task is not easy as it seems to be.

  27. Roshan Khattak says:

    I am agreed with Imran Ali Khan views.

  28. mushtaq khattak says:

    The Politics is the process which makes decisions by powerful groups in the World. In fact, Politics is a game of power and it is a great art to prolong ruling and to rule the world. The game of global politics that the mighty play to hold their influence over the weak Nations and the global affairs of the world to seek a writ that “might is right”so the politics of our country is totally diffrent than world we r looking all pakistani nation are suferring by our Weak Leadership,we should follow by own self principle of unity and humanity as islam teach us.than we become able to lead..

  29. Roshan Khattak says:

    hum ne seeka hai azan e saher se ye usool—khattak khwabida hon tu ham sada dety hany.

  30. Dr.Hizarhayat says:

    i am also glad to see alot of khataks here.i want to share my xperience regarding khataks.khush khan khan khatak said”pa khatako ke me nar ledalay na dy,za khushal paki abas hasi peda yem”.its very true.we noted that khataks change their words,promises.they are greedy,and the most worst people n pathans.thanx

  31. Roshan Khattak says:

    Dr Hhizarhayat sahib,I was greatly shocked to see your comments about khattaks,specially saying them the most worst people in pathan.you must know that best and worst are present in every tribe and nation.may be you faced worst people,however being a doctor and an educated man you should not use suchtype words as such words expose the quality of the man using it…..with regards

  32. mushtaq khattak says:

    Nice Comments

  33. swabiwal says:

    Respected Masood Sharif Khan Khattak,
    I watched a talk show Islamabad tonigh date 12.1.2011 which you are invited as a guest so i decide you have soft corner for pashtuns otherwise there are many pashtuns who are in great posts but they dont care about pashtuns.

    Sir,
    today want I your attention for a problem with pashtuns who living in other provinces of pakistan, I know this not a big problem for you or any other mature and practical person but as a student I think this is a very big problem for all pashtuns students
    Sir,can you please explain this to nation why none pashtuns { mostly punjabis} making fun with pashtuns I spend 14 years in rawalpindi many times I faced racial discrimination against pashtuns they calling us khoochis when they talk with us they talk like this oye khan saib khoochi tum kaha jati.. etc khan is a very honor tittle but they use this for fun.Well I know poor people have no rights or respect and pashtuns are poor but I and many pashtuns have good standard life then these people then why they treat us like this.If you read this message then please do something for this problem.

  34. Assalamalaikum Swabiwal.
    I have read your message and absorbed it entirely. I can also understand your feelings very well. Thank you for sharing your inner thoughts. Will keep in touch on it. Keep watching the shows…Work hard and work honestly wherever you are. May ALLAH THE ALMIGHTY be your Guide and Protector always. Amen Suma Amen

  35. Gul says:

    AoA,
    I watched many Tv interviews of Sharif khattak and i personly met him, while hand shaking i observed and felt all the qualities of great leaders in him, absalutely perfect.
    I wish and i ill say again and request him again for System School, because our next generation need the thaughts and ideas from the leader directly.
    Before leaving the school level every one should inriched with ideas and equiped with tools on track by guideline.
    Thanks
    your Khattak

  36. Muhammad Munir Khattak says:

    Sir,
    I proud on you rather all khattak’s should proud on you as you have given the identity to the khattak’s in the capital of Pakistan. Sir go ahead, we all will strength your hands. Thanks

  37. Yousafzay says:

    Salam To Sharif Khattak!
    I appreciate ur courage by rightly pointing to the fact that today the establishment of Pakistan( mostly in Panjabi Mohajir hands) has confined the war on terror to only Pukhtoon belt on both sides of the durand line.Are we guinea pigs in Pakistani Laboratory? Can Pakistan not run without Pukhtoon blood?Why they don’t consider us human beings? Why our schools, hospitals, mosques, hujras, and sports teams are bombed? Why does Pakistan army boast of the strongest army when it can not save us from this barbarism? Why Panjabi and Mohajir Generals are superseding or side lining our Pukhtoon brothers in army? Why they are showing us now as terrorists in their TV plays when in fact all this bullshit of terrorism and extremism was brought, implanted and nurtured by our own army for its so called strategic depth policy.I hate to call myself Pakistani unless the bloody establishment stop these dirty dollar games and let us live peacefully.I request you and all ex servicemen to join any Pukhtoon nationalist party like ANP or PMAP or even launch any one of ur own to save the Pukhtoon nation from extinction.The miserable, bloody and disastrous conditions to which the Pukhtoon watan has been subjected by the Paki establishment is a slap on the face of all patriotic Pukhtoon military men and bueaurocrates who untiringly served this country with unmatched enthusiasm and zeal.We better unite on one plate form viz a viz other nationalities and demand our due rights collectively.

  38. mahjong says:

    I’d should verify with you here. Which is not something I usually do! I get pleasure from studying a put up that can make individuals think. Also, thanks for permitting me to remark!

  39. arshad gul khattak says:

    aoa
    mr khattak the great
    by chance i found ur website
    i m very pleased to saw ur website and ur regular reply to ur viewer
    dear khattak i have a sugestion that from some kind of acadmey which motivate young khattak toward css becoz our tribe z rich n army but poor n this field. khattak,s r rich n talent and we r hard working as well.if u provide a plateform then i think u will find majority of khattk as css officers who can change the fate of karak and ur this contribution well be remembered long way
    thanks

  40. Dr mushtaq khattak says:

    I am glad to see u major masood sharif on net. U should not loose heart by this dirty politics. Like u are required to clean this field. buck up , We r with u.

  41. Dr mushtaq khattak says:

    I am glad to see u major masood sharif on net. U should not loose heart by this dirty politics. Like u are required to clean this field. buck up , All the young educated ktks r with u.

  42. Zafar Khattak says:

    @ Dr.Hizarhayat: All pathans are tribals like khattak, yousafzai, Afridi, Orakzai, Bangash etc….non tribals were either slaves or servants of pathans….u have that slavish back ground…slaves and servants usually compalin of their masters…….not a big deal……degrees can’t, necessairly, change mentalities….U have that problem…..don’t mind..

  43. Daer Major Masood . Saw your post and trying to understand your vision for Karak and Pakistan. I am doing some social work as per my capcity in UAE since 30 years helping in job and settlement over here. I have change the life of so many families. But this is all peanet . We need something very unique and creative and far thinking to change the face of not only Karak but the whole Pakistsn. Y was closely related PPP Zardari and Bhutto Family for your own prosperity and liftupand you know a person is alway judge by his freiand and coleage not by his personal speech or claim. know more better than anyone that howmuch the leadership is honest and what is the history of PPP and its Facist leadership from Bhutto to Bilawal. If y so serious for Khattak cause and Pakistan than pl join Imran Khan or any any other honest political party atleast y can claim that the new generztion will trust y and your leadership. world has change now, people are better educated and havy more knowledge about politic. Claasical corroupt politic is short time exploiting poor poeople of Of Pakistan for small things is like gaving kandy to child. We should grow up now to learned from other countries and civilization how to make Pakistan progressive and stable country. We support your mission if it is begining with Khattak and lasting for the whole Pakistan.I have not seen y except on TV once but most of the Khattak praise you . The job y have y have provided in IB in your early career or there may be some things better y have done. W e pray and support all those who work for their area development and have vision for Pakistan as whole and work with politial party have clean record in their past. I wish to hear your future plan of action and what we do to help y strong for the khattak and Pakistan. Regards.

  44. Rais Sabar Khattak says:

    Dear Masood Sahib, I posted my comment earlier ,i am still waiting for your reply. Do y have any clear vision for the progress of area (karak) or Pakistan. Do y have any party . How y can bring change in this current situation alone. Karak is small part of Pakistan.Do y think we should only thank about khattak. or this only slogan for coming election. ANP used pakhtoon slogan for their survival do y have the same plan. One thing is sure. we are first Pakistani and than khattak or pukhtoon. Until we donot work under the honest collective leadership how can be solve thousand problems of country. Letus know ,the method and the majic . please reply so the youth can understand achieve to follow y..

  45. Muhammad Aamir khattak says:

    Assalam u Alikum !
    Dear sir i read all that you have written for Khattak youth. And i understood what you tried to tell us . and i think you are the only person who can be called A Representative of Khattak People . INSHALLAH .. WE WILL STAND BY YOUR SIDE …(So if you want that change – become the volunteer and silent agent for that change now..rest will follow. It will be natural)..inspirational words.

    MUHAMMAD AAMIR KHATTAK
    PESHAWAR , PAKISTAN.

  46. jamil saif says:

    Major Sb missed the role of ISI filling the ballot boxes for Mullahs! If election is rigged in favor of mullahs what can the honest voters do with their votes? Mullah has its own following of brainwashed maniacs mostly residing in madrassahs however, they win election mostly through a couple of thousands rigged votes and it is done in their favor by none other than ISI. Our Army and ISI are anti-people. So in election day we need to screw ISI first to have fair election and this will require extra efforts and thus we can screw the mullahs!

  47. jamil saif says:

    I really thought that Major Masood would expose the nefarious game played by ISI since Major Masood is from the ARmy and knows quite a lot about it! In the last election even Mian Nisar Gul was handed over the ballots before election day as he had an alliance with Jamiat Ulema! I know people who have thrown tens and twenty copies of ballot into the box! where is justice and democracy in such screwed up place. we need to raise awareness and teamup against ISI and Mullah and nail them! The educated khattaks are pussycats and sucking up only for their self-centered lifestyle! they aint got it! or they must prove it

  48. Pete Knutsen says:

    How about using a brush? Or take a fork or knife and stuff a green scrub pad inside the mug and scrub with that combo? That’s what I do for stuff I can’t fit my hand into. Or use denture cleaner, tablets or powder.

  49. Rehman Ullah Khattak says:

    Sir AOA!
    First thank you sir for providing us a forum of expressing. Sir you are respected for all of us sir. I didn’t voted for you sir. And in future i will not vote for you sir becoz i have decided for Pti this time. I read your ans to someone sir about voters, your experienc. Sir i have objection on some points. Selling votes: sir you and the whole country watched that we( karak dist kttks) have electd MNA Shah saab n 2002 and Mufti saab in 2008 and both i think cannot buy votes. Bcoz they were of weak financial positions. There may be a little figures who will sell the votes but i think your own agents have given you only these info. Sir selling and buying of votes cannot change results from 27000 to 18000. Sir in my openion the main thing which our distt faces is lack of education and less interest of young blood. Sir we r divided in “khels and qabeelas” and when our elders decide to vote for some one then we the young blood not interfere in them and vote on elders sayings. And when there are two khels( khaanadans) in a vilage then f one vote for you then other wil vote for other one bcoz both khels elders have pesonal grudges in between. And these elders donot what means MNA or Mpa means.
    Thank you sir
    Engr.Rehman Ullah khattak.
    Nusrat abad takhte nasrati.

  50. Rehman Ullah Khattak says:

    Dr Hizrhayat!
    Your name means that you are “Maseeha” but your way of comenting is not proper. Please read and think.

    “da Afghan pa nang me otharhallah Tora!

    Nangyalai da zamaney Khushal KHATTAK Yam”

    I think its the answar of your blames. And i think you are Doctor like “Rehman Malik”

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