Archive for the ‘Pakistan Muslim League’ Category

Muhammad Calls For Urgent Action to Keep Peace in Pakistan

March 17, 2008

Dear John E. Carey
Peace and Freedom

Dear Sir,

I want to bring in your kind notice that a strong group within the Pakistani administration, who always exploited anti-American feeling for achieving their unlterior motives, has been making last-ditch effort to bring a revolution in Pakistan on the pattern of Iran.

If that happens it will be disastrous not only for Pakistan, but also for the whole world particularly the United States.

These people are still providing support to terrorists based in tribal areas. There are still training camps in the tribal areas where suicide bombers are being trained.

It is interesting to note that former prime minister and head of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Sharif in statement alleged that the Bush administration does not want reinstatement of judges removed by President Pervez Musharraf.

Actually he is trying to spark anti-American feeling.Today the terrorists carried out another attack.

A suicide bomber Monday killed SHO among two policemen and injured seven others in Pakistan’s violence-plagued northern Swat valley, police said. The suicide bomber blew himself up inside barracks in Mingora Police Line, the main city in the region where Pakistani troops have been battling Islamic militants for the past several months.

The mountainous, snow-capped Swat region is renowned for its ancient Buddhist relics and once attracted large numbers of foreign and local tourists, but has been beset by recent violence blamed on pro-Taliban militants.The injured policemen were reportedly in critical condition, the hospital sources said. The injured were shifted to a nearby hospital.

Dear Sir, the United States must show hurry in taking control of the situation otherwise later it cannot be controlled. Please pray for us.

Thank you very much,

Yours sincerely,

Muhammad Khurshid
Khar, Bajaur Agency,Tribal Areas Pakistan


Muhammad Reports From Pakistan: March 7, 2008

March 7, 2008

Dear John E. Carey
Peace and Freedom

Dear Sir,

I hope that you and your team at the Peace and Freedom will be alright and enjoying life.

I want to bring in your kind notice that your efforts at the Peace and Freedon have been yielding positive results as there is considerable decrease in terrorist acts. Some days ago the terrorists were making last-ditch effort for asserting themselves. Some of the political parties including Pakistan Muslim League of Mian Nawaz Sharif have used the Taliban for creating problem for President Pervez Musharraf. But now the situation has improved to some extent as these political parties have been losing the confidence of the people.

Now President Musharraf is emerging a true leader of Pakistan.

Expressing pleasure over the victory of moderate elements and defeat of extremists, President General Musharraf has vowed to fully support the new government.

Addressing an inaugural ceremony of the project of potable water supply to Jacobabad city here, president Musharraf said the victory of moderate elements in 18 February 2008 election will help eliminating extremism.

The entire world has hailed Pakistan for successfully holding free, fair and transparent elections, Musharraf observed.

Dear Sir, the United States must exert more pressure on the government of Pakistan to show seriousness in war on terror as there are still some officials within Pakistan administration, who have been providing support to militants in tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border.

The role of Peace and Freedom is vital as this is only institution enjoying the support of people of tribal areas. We are looking to your visit to Bajaur Agency, tribal areas again.

Tthank you very much,

Yours sincerely,

Muhammad Khurshid
Khar, Bajaur Agency,Tribal Areas Pakistan

Pakistan: Why Musharraf Must Go

January 1, 2008

By Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
For The Washington Post
Tuesday, January 1, 2008; Page A11

LAHORE, Pakistan — There is no law and certainly no order in my country. What happened this past week has shaken every Pakistani. Benazir Bhutto was no ordinary person. She served as prime minister twice and had returned to Pakistan in an effort to restore our country to the path of democracy. With her assassination I have lost a friend and a partner in democracy.

It is too early to blame anybody for her death. One thing, however, is beyond any doubt: The country is paying a very heavy price for the many unpardonable actions of one man — Pervez Musharraf.

Musharraf alone is responsible for the chaos in Pakistan. Over the past eight years he has assiduously worked at demolishing institutions, subverting the constitution, dismantling the judiciary and gagging the media. Pakistan today is a military state in which a former prime minister can be gunned down in broad daylight. One of my own political rallies was fired upon the day Benazir Bhutto was killed.

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