Dear John E. Carey
Peace and Freedom
I hope you and your team will be alright.
There is still confusion in Pakistan as politicians have started another war for the power.
Some of the leaders including Mian Nawaz Sharif, whose party Pakistan Muslim League has won some seats in the election have demanded of President Musharraf to resign. I want to inform you some of the parties demanding Musharraf’s resignation are actually being supported by terrorists. They have been creating choas and anarchy in the country.
I will repeat my words that presence of Musharraf is essential for giving a crushing defeat to terrorists. Musharraf is the only hurdle in way of terrorists. The US must extend full support to the president.
According to media reports, the presidency has contacted with Co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party Asif Ali Zardari to discuss formation of the next government and future political scenario of the country.
Close aides of the president have contacted the PPP leader and offered cooperation from Muslim League-Q and MQM for formation of the next government, the President House sources said.
The presidential aides also tried to take Zardari into confidence. According to the sources, Asif Ali Zardari told them the government was failed to fulfill the understanding reached with Benazir Bhutto, now all options are open before him to take any decision. Zardari said he doesn’t have trust over the president house and he will decide future line of action after consultation with the party colleagues.
It is heartening to note that efforts by US, Britain and other western countries are underway for the formation of modern, liberal and democratic set up in the country following the announcement of general elections’ results. In this connection, the officials of US Embassy are contacting all the political leaders.
Co-Chairman, Pakistan People’s Party, Asif Ali Zardari called on the US Ambassador, Ann W. Paterson and other officials here at US Consulate.
Caretaker Minister for Information, Nisar A. Memon and and General Secretary of Pakistan Muslim League (Q), Mushahid Hussain Sayed also met with the US officials.The US Consul General Bryan D. Hunt called on PML-N Chief, Nawaz Sharif and had an exchange of views with relation to the formation of central government.
“US, Britain and other western countries want to see a modern, liberal and democratic set up in the country,” said the diplomatic sources, adding, the objective of these meetings is to combine all the political forces for strengthening the democratic institutions of Pakistan.
The political parties have been urged to focus on the larger interest of the country rather than their personal interests and form a strong government that could complete its five- year term. The US senator used the word being used by you for Musharraf imperfect. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf displayed “a kind of grace in accepting” the defeat of his allies in elections, US senator and poll monitor John Kerry told reporters Wednesday.
“We would like to say he kept his promise to hold elections. Imperfect as it was, it produced results… and he showed a kind of grace in accepting what people had said,” Kerry said in New Delhi, a day after meeting Musharraf in Islamabad.
Dear Sir, I want to inform you confusion in the country will certainly be used by the terrorists for achieving their ulterior motives. They are still sitting in the tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border making plans for more attacks in the world.
Caretaker Interior minister Hamid Nawaz has said, “The backbone of terrorists had been broken in Pakistan”.
Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad – the interior minister said that no terrorist attacks would be possible in the country now, except in the tribal areas. He also said that a six point strategy had been prepared to maintain law and order and to route out terrorism from the country.
Dear Sir, the people of tribal areas will never your cooperation with them in the war on terrorism. You have done a lot for them. They are glad you travel in safety.
Again thank you very much,
Bajaur Agency,Tribal Areas, Pakistan