Daily Archives: August 15th, 2015

Ten reasons why Indians should love Pakistan – DailyO Indian News Agency

Independence Day is just around the corner, and it is our duty to wish and thank our neighbours for these goodies.

1. Cricket: The sport wouldn’t have been the same for India, if it wasn’t for India versus Pakistan matches. There wouldn’t be one such soul on our side, and across the border, who wouldn’t agree with this. I mean, this nation wouldn’t have taken much interest in the English game, if our neighbours wouldn’t have been an active part of it. And then, obviously, we as a nation wouldn’t have enjoyed the “mauka mauka” ads that much as well.

2. Beautiful women: I don’t think I need to elaborate this point much. For some weird reason, the other side of the border has definitely got prettier females than our side. From donning simple salwar kameez attires to a western outfits – Pakistani women are definitely prettier, at least if you consider the subcontinent. Period. Even their politicians appear graceful with their hijabs.

3. Chand Nawab: He has to be the first soul from the subcontinent who went viral, before the word viral went viral. Chand Nawab is a legacy in his own right. Not only does he show how many PTCs (piece to camera) a journalist can actually give, but also inspires our finest directors to portray the real life character in reel life. What a legend! Oh, and in case you’ve missed it, another such video is making the rounds on Youtube. Go check it.

4. Zindagi channel: Okay this is a bit enforced here, and nothing to do with my inclination towards Pakistani soaps, but this famous entertainment channel that our mothers (and now our fathers) have gotten glued to, thanks to the curiosity and excitement the serials have evoked to find out how the society progresses on the other side of the border, is a godsend. Why? Because finally, we’ve got rid of those repetitive “saas bahu soaps”. Good riddance!

5. Coke Studio: Who’d have thought something as great and entertaining as Coke Studio would pop out of Pakistan. I mean looking at our diversity, cultures, religions and faiths (and godmen/godwomen too) one would really think why something as cool as Coke Studio never happened in India first?

6. Mangoes: You haven’t had it all, if you haven’t had Pakistani mangoes. If we have the famous langras then they have the sindhri; if we have the chausa then they have the desi gola. No, I’m not dissing our own varieties, but bringing to light the fact that Pakistani mangoes are a must for the ardent lovers of this fruit.

7. Umer Sharif: Tagged as the “King of Comedy”, Umer was a talent powerhouse. His sense of comedy, dialogue delivery and body language set him apart and made him a household name in both the countries. His recorded stage shows played an important part in his success. And if you haven’t seen “Yes Sir Eid, No Sir Eid”, and “Bakra Qistoon Pay” then you have really missed some quality comic performances.

8. Human development index: It’s nothing less than ironic that such an important economic index was developed by a Pakistani Noble laureate, Mahbub-ul-Haq. The index did shift the focus of economists and policymakers from income and human-centred indices. And today it is widely respected and followed by economists from around the world. Well, the fact that Pakistan is fighting various internal problems can be ignored for a while.

9. Brain: Another feather that rests on Pakistan’s hat – the world’s first virus for MS-DOS was written by Pakistani brothers. “Brain” was written by Basit Farooq Alvi and Amjad Farood Alvi in Lahore, Pakistan in 1986. The brothers told TIME magazine they had written it to protect their medical software from piracy, and it was supposed to target copyright infringers only.

10. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: As a generation , we’ve come a long way from Qawwalis and Sufi songs. But my first exposure of Qawwali and Sufi music can be traced back to this great musician. Widely considered as one of the greatest voices ever to be recorded, besides being a rage in the subcontinent, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was also one of the first few artists to collaborate with Western artists. And he is probably the only Qawwal artist that the coming generations would relate to.

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Morgan Stanley’s Strategist prediction about Pakistan in 2015 is not New!

Morgan Stanley’s Strategist prediction about Pakistan in 2015 is not New!


Pakistan, on the world map, is located on an idealistic location. Its geography, since its birth, is thoroughly assessed, researched and mapped by world.

Last week it was in the newspapers that David M Darst who is Chief Investment Strategist of Morgan Stanley, in one of his lectures in Pakistan, highly talked about Pakistan’s future, its rise and economic importance in the coming decades with emphasis on the youth of Pakistan.

In other words it can be said that the world’s eyes are on Pakistan’s geo-political and geo-strategic position, its significance and how to exploit it. We need to understand that what Morgan Stanley’s Strategist predicted about Pakistan in 2015 was envisioned by Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf in 1999!

When he came to the helm of affairs, he was quite clear about the socio-economic road map on which he successfully maneuvered Pakistan and its interests with outstanding strategies and policies not only in the South Asian region but also in the whole world.

In a speech at an international Think Tank in 2010, Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf explained this shift of world’s focus on Pakistan during recent decades in the following descriptive words:

“Until 1989 the world’s geo-strategic focus was Euro-centric – because of the Cold War, because of East-West confrontation, NATO-Warsaw Pact, the Berlin Wall, the reunification of Germany, etc. But after 1989 – or rather, after 9/11 – the geo-strategic focus shifted to South Asia and West Asia, for reasons that you all know. That is the happening place now. Therefore I would like to deduce that while in 1989 the area of South Asia could be abandoned because of the geo-strategic focus being Euro-centric, now when everything is happening in that area it is not possible to abandon the place.”

If we clearly study his national and foreign policies, it is evident that how successfully he projected Pakistan and its geography both regionally and internationally. Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf had, in fact even till date has gripping insight of the whole Himalayan region, its geo political set up and the socio economic factors with their global impact. In 2006, as President he explained the central position of Pakistan in the following words:

“Pakistan provides the natural link between the SCO states to connect the Eurasian heartland with the Arabian Sea and South Asia … We offer the critical overland routes and connectivity for mutually beneficial trade and energy transactions intra- regionally and interregionally”

[SCO states: China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan]

Then to connect Pakistan with the oil rich Arabian Peninsula, and to provide access of Central Asian countries and China to the warm waters of Arabian Sea and also elevating the status of Balochistan he made Gawadar Port. In his words:

“Our geo-strategic significance can’t be reduced. We need to realize that we have understood that and therefore we have constructed a new port at Gwadar which is at the mouth of the Gulf almost.”

Pakistan is abundant with natural and human resources. It was in the regime of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf that the manpower of the country was mainstreamed so much so that for the first time in Pakistan’s history, Reverse brain drain was happened with brilliant Pakistani mind and blood being ‘imported’ back to Pakistan.

He was the only leader who firmly believed in empowerment of youth and women. On several occasions he advocated their rights and role in society, not only in Pakistan’s soil but also on international floors.

In a nutshell, Pakistan can be best described in words of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf who has ruled Pakistan for nearly a decade with its ranking in N-11 countries:

“If I was to encapsulate in the briefest manner the present situation in Pakistan, I would like to say that it is the most happening place in the world, where there is never a dull moment.”

Unfortunately Pakistan did not pay any heed to Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf’s reforms, policies, strategies and actions which were always in the interests of Pakistan and for the betterment of its people. Had this Nation ever realized his staunch stand on ‘Pakistan First’ policy, Pakistan would be ‘next China’ of the world ‘NOW’ in 2015, not after 35 years as predicted by David M Darst!

Published : February 6, 2015

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are solely of the author and do not represent ARY policies or opinion.

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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

Don’t Mess With Pakistan

Don’t Mess With Pakistan


Border Skirmishes between Pakistan and India are once again at rise. A country that boost itself as world’s largest democratic country and who should show bigger heart is now firing and shelling at LOC and has adopted confrontational approach towards Pakistan. Moreover the ruling party of India BJP, other political leaders and activists are ranting against Pakistan that clearly indicated their mindset.

Newspapers Worldwide especially Indian Media is frenzy over the statements by Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf in an interview to private channel regarding violation of working boundaries. He warned India and said:

“We have source (in Kashmir) besides the (Pakistan) army…People in Kashmir are fighting against (India). We just need to incite them”

This is very right and fitting statement by a Patriotic General who had fought wars defending Pakistan and led this country with great socio-economic progress and achievements with its rankings high to N-11 countries. There is nothing wrong in this statement. Pakistan should give a Tit-for-Tat response to India. As further said by General:

“In Kashmir, we can fight with the (Indian) army from both the front and back…We are Muslims. We will not show the other cheek when we are slapped. We can respond tit for tat”

Indian Media has been driven mad by these statements and they have adopted Anti-Pakistan approach by saying that this ‘incite’ Kashmir is actually confession by Pakistan that it’s a terrorist country and is haven of terrorism. India has forgotten what it has been doing since 1947. Pakistan has fought three wars of 1948, 1965 and 1971 with India. Moreover they are still not out of sufferings they have endured in Kargil war when Pakistan was in a winning position but unfortunately lost on political table. They divided Pakistan and now in their statements they are proudly quoting that Pakistan needs to be taught a lesson ‘again’! There assessment is absolutely wrong! Don’t underestimate Pakistan. Pakistan is a powerful nuclear country with its Army ranked world’s best army. As said by Gen. Musharraf once:

“Don’t Mess with Pakistan”

Kashmir is a UN issue. India terms it as ‘bilateral’ issue. What kind of bilateral issue it is if they don’t want to talk about it. The July 2001 Agra Summit failed due to row over adding lines related to Kashmir from Indian side on the joint declaration. Pakistan has always being following peaceful policy of resolving Kashmir issue through mutual understanding and bilateral talks. It is the India who backtracks always whenever the issue is near to be resolved. Former Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh himself admitted that during Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf era, India and Pakistan was near resolution of Kashmir issue.

India should understand the repercussions of the tensions between two countries in a region. Peace of South Asia is at stake. For Pakistan it is the time to rise and to be strong internally by crushing the menace of extremism and terrorism and also ethnicity from its roots that is damaging its social fabrics and so in turn the economy of Pakistan. It should guard its honour, dignity and its National Interests. We should support and should be proud of our Pakistan Army over the success of ‘Operation Zarb e Azb’ ,going on since June 2014. Pakistan Army is capable of fighting both internal and external threats.

Pakistan Army Zindabad

Pakistan Paendabad

Sab Say Pehlay Pakistan!

 Published : October 20, 2014

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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

We have Pakistan on world map but not in our hearts!

We have Pakistan on world map but not in our hearts!


We have Pakistan on world map but not in our hearts! Pakistan is fighting ‘War of Terror’, the same war which was previously ‘preached’ by politicians as ‘foreign war’ that started with a ‘phone call’ and that was also attributed to the act of ‘cowardice’ as Pakistan accepted ‘All’ the demands of America! Had we as a Nation understood at that time the Vision of the Commando Gen. (R ) Pervez Musharraf, when the ‘cancer of terrorism’ was diagnosed in its early stages, we would be able to root it out completely. Now this ‘Terrorism’ which is a product of ‘extremism’ has maligned the minds, both young and old, men and women alike. On the other hand, terrorism has also different forms like terrorizing the public with crimes such as street crimes, target killing, extortion etc. There is no full stop at this as the society is also deeply plagued with sectarian and ethnic divisions. This Islamic Republic of Pakistan was created to practice the religion with harmony irrespective of Muslims and minorities. Quaid e Azam on 11 August 1947 speaking to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan clearly outlined and highlighted the rights of citizens of newly created country.

“You are free, free to go to your temples; you are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this state of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed – that has nothing to do with the business of the State”

But what we see now? Temples, Churches and even Mosques are fighting for their existence. In such turbulent situation the question is where as a nation we are heading to? Be it any political or religious Jalsas or Dharnas, speeches and rallies, elections and selections, everyone is after their personal interests. There are just egos, blame games followed by ‘clean games’, ethnic fight, sectarian fight, religious fight, liberal fight etc. Nowhere Pakistan is seen. Pakistan is heard, seen & in fact ‘lived’ by only ONE MAN, the great Sipa Salar of Pak Foj, the SSG Commando, the warrior, the Ghazi General ‘Pervez Musharraf’. Pakistan runs in his blood & soul! Who else can better understand Pakistan than him who has ruled this Nation for nearly a decade? How situation of Pakistan in 1999 and now in 2015 was and their cause is well explained by him in one of his interviews. On 25 August 2014, during the Dharna days, he said:

“Ground situation was same as today during 12 Oct 1999. Economy was in shambles. We were failed and defaulted state. There was sectarian conflict, law and order problem, ethnic law and order problem in Karachi, economy was disturbed & governance was poor. Now also there is poor governance and economy is going down. Environment is similar we are going socio economically downwards. In 1999 people were going to Army chief. Now in 2014, whole Pakistan is out and they are also looking towards Army chief”

This Nation is also to be blamed as when the Army takes control of the country’s helm of affairs in order to save the State, they get into the pity issues of ‘Amriyat’ (Dictatorship) and ‘Jamhuriat’ (Democracy) and when so-called democracy is ‘thrived’ on the cost of several crisis like electricity, petrol, gas and water, they look towards the Army!

Pakistan needs the command of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf to bring Pakistan back on the socio economically progressive path where there is development of state and welfare of its people. To conclude I would quote the words of him from his historic speech on 10 Jan 2002 where he said:

“We have to make Pakistan into a powerful and strong country. We have resources and potential. We are capable of meeting external danger. We have to safeguard ourselves against internal dangers. I have always been saying that internal strife is eating us like termite. Don’t forget that Pakistan is the citadel of Islam and if we want to serve Islam well we will first have to make Pakistan strong and powerful”

Published : February 12, 2015

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The Worship of the Warrior – Pakistan

The Worship of the Warrior – Pakistan


“Pakistan ka Allah Hafiz”

The General who commanded his armed forces by leading from the front said this with raised hands, heavy heart & Teary eyes. Heavy heart & Teary eyes were not because of leaving Presidency but due to the situation through which Pakistan was going through. Satisfied with his actions and decisions that were always based on the Vision ‘Pakistan First’, he said in his last speech as a President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan:

“Now I am satisfied, but at the same time I am sad and in pain as well that Pakistan is sliding downhill very quickly.  This is my heartfelt sorrow, I am very sad”

That was the black day of 18 August 2008.

He then went on International lecture circuit that both national and international media drum played as ‘self-imposed’ exile which in reality was not. He as a statesman, an intellect, a philosopher and a leader always promoted and defended Pakistan on the floors of Powerful Think Tanks and various top institutions that no other Pakistani leader has ever done before. In fact no one is of such caliber as his!

& then after 4 years on 24 March in 2013, this Great Warrior and Ghazi, the Great Commando General Syed Pervez Musharraf returned to his Motherland, his Junoon,his Ishq, this Pak Dharti!

Yes as he said on 18 Aug 2008:

“Pakistan Mera Ishq hai. Pakistan is my Love; and always, my life is for Pakistan”

While on board in his comeback flight EK 666 from Dubai to Karachi, he expressed his happiness in these words:

“I am feeling nostalgic…I am happy I am going back”

After landing at Jinnah International Airport addressing to his supporters who gathered to welcome him,he asked from his opponents:

“People said I would not come. Where are those people now? People were trying to scare me. I only fear Allah, no one else”

With resolve to ‘Save Pakistan’ he said:

“Where has the Pakistan I left five years ago gone? My heart cries tears of blood when I see the state of the country today.I have come back for you. I want to restore the Pakistan I left.”

With determination to serve the Motherland he said:

“Now, I will live here and change the fate of the country”

Imagine the feelings of a Warrior who fought and who guarded this Motherland for more than 40 years. He returned despite serious life threats on him, ignoring the caring advice of his family and friends and also even knowing that unending, politicized and Vindictive Legal battle was awaiting him. This can only be done by a Man who worships Pakistan!

Published : March 25, 2015
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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

Respect Musharraf even if you are not his ‘Twitter Jehadi’!

#Respect Musharraf even if you are not his ‘Twitter Jehadi’!


“I have always believed in the independence of media. And it was this belief and conviction that made me open out; take the decision of opening out the media, electronic media specially and allowing freedom to print media”

Gen(R) Pervez Musharraf deserves the credit of Independent media that provided and is still providing innumerable job opportunities to masses. But equally it is important that media should be responsible as said by The General in these words:

“With the independence of media, responsibility must go hand in hand. Responsibility must be shown by media towards national interests.”

With Responsibility, Professionalism is also the top rule with which Media portray the society in the world. This means its staff like news presenter and anchors must be professionally skilled with ethics and etiquettes so that both the image of the Channel and individual is positive for the viewers.

There are very few Media houses with Professionalism as their foremost priority and rule. Ironically, there are many sprouting channels these days where anchors lack moral values to properly conduct the interviews of different personalities. Their Hatred towards specific personality is reflected in their behavior during the interview which is extremely bad and immoral.

One such example is the recent interview of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf that was unprofessionally conducted by an anchor of a private channel where he misbehaved during the interview. He put a question before The General and interrupted him when he was answering it. The General politely asked him to listen to him first as he was answering his question. But the anchor didn’t listened to him and was continuously nagging him with lame words like ‘I have the liberty to ask question’ & ‘I will not be justifying my audience if I will not ask’ etc that naturally irked The General as the anchor was crossing the limits of mannerism. The General then taught him a lesson of lifetime that is enough for him if he wants to groom his journalist career. The coward kid then turned to social media where he labeled The General as ‘dictator’ and that he was bullied by him! What a shameless allegation he made ignoring his own behaviour and falsely pointing to The General, who despite the anchor’s stupidity completed the interview by answering all the questions intellectually. And when shown to poor silly kid his real face he had no option other than to Retweeting the few less than 10 tweets in his favour. In a failed attempt to present himself ‘good’ he even Retweeted the anti tweets that bashed him for his misbehviour.

The question arises that why the hell you take his interview when you dislike The General? You ‘preach’ professionalism but ignore the ethics when interviewing the Chief of Armed forces of Pakistan who fought and served this nation for more than 40 years! He who did so much for this country and led this nation with success for nearly a decade, can he tolerate such misbehaviour? And when defending The General with facts by his supporters such poorly trained unprofessional anchors termed them with the label of ‘Twitter Jehadi’! Remember respect of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf is mandatory to all of you even if you are not his ‘Twitter Jehadi’ as it is he who lives and breathes Pakistan! He is Hero of Pakistan Army, the legendary Ghazi and a fearless Commando Soldier whose bravery is even applauded by the Chief of the enemy land!

Published : May 2, 2015

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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

When Pakistan was silently bleeding!

When Pakistan was silently bleeding!


“As far as General Musharraf is concerned, I would like to put it in two ways. One, as a military commander, I would commend Gen Musharraf for coming 11 km (inside Indian Territory) to stay with his troops for a night. It is the courage of a military commander that he came so far knowing that there was danger.”

“Second, what was happening on our side you all know and facts are before you. Why did we allow him to go? Why did we allow them to enter? I would only say that there was some mistake, which need to be rectified.”

VK Singh (Indian Army Chief: 2010-2012)

These comments were made in the enemy land, whose memory is still haunted by Kargil War! They had to accept their mistakes, their negligence and commend his bravery.

Now have a look at what Pakistan did with him.
It was 18th April 2013, when Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf appeared in Islamabad High Court in Judges Sacking and Detention case. His interim Bail was cancelled and Arrest Orders were issued. This was followed by his appearance in district court the next morning, April 19th, where formal arrest took place and he was then taken to Police HeadQuarter where he was kept overnight in Officer’s mess room. The next day his farmhouse was declared Sub-Jail.

The General who spent night with his troops 11 km inside enemy’s territory now had to spend night in Police custody. Ah! Sad to write this all. This is how we treat our heroes. He who is a Visionary leader, an intellect, brave Statesman and above all the Great Commando, the Warrior who fought two Indo-Pak Wars of 1965 and 1971 and is a Ghazi was treated this way by his very own Nation.

This did not stop at this. I read these lines in Newspaper:

“…It was a quite Sunday… People mind their own business here”

This reflected how this Thankless Nation ‘reacted’ to the arrest of the Soldier of Motherland who guarded and defended them for more than 40 years. And when as Head of States, it was in his era that Pakistan was in next-11 countries. “Development of State and Welfare of its people”, his famous words, was his Mission and Vision.

His morale was high. According to the senior medical officer Adiala Jail, Dr Asif Butt after regular check-up said to media:

“He’s in good health. He is eating well. His blood pressure is fine and his mode and confidence is that of a commando.”

For him, he never feared arrest. He knew before returning to Pakistan that myriad of politically vindictive cases awaited him. Security was another big issue but still he took the risk and came back on 24th March 2013. In a Press Conference in Dubai he said:

“I don’t fear arrest and court cases and have decided in principal to return to Pakistan. I am a risk taker. I am taking it for Pakistan”

The General gave to this country but never take anything. The Warrior fought for this Nation and still breathes Pakistan.The Nation was quiet but Pakistan was silently bleeding…as its soldier was arrested.


Published : April 18, 2015
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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

The BLACK 31st!

The BLACK 31st!


Have you ever heard of any Soldier who appeared in ‘Courts’ and that too more than one time? Or let me put this question in simple words that in your ‘general knowledge’ of the world is there any country where the Soldier, the one who not only guarded and defended his Motherland but also lead its Army as a Chief, being charged with ‘Treason’? If not heard and you are also a ‘Pakistani’, either fundamentalist, conservative, moderate or liberal, and you grow up listening to this super hit national song ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ because no matter what sect or ethnic group you belong to but you are a true patriotic ‘Pakistani’, then I must say you and your ‘future’ generations have no right to call themselves a Pakistani! Yes! the pre-requisite to be called ‘Pakka Pakistani’ is that you should know that you belong to a nation where Soldiers are ‘Traitors’ and ‘Looters’ or ‘Lotas’ either way you pronounce are heroes!

It was 31st March 2014, another quiet normal Sunny day. Not only was the weather warm outside but also of the ‘Courtroom’ of ‘Special Court’ specially setup for this ‘Treason’ case and later of media who got ‘new’ topic as hotcake. The General who lead the Pakistan Army from the front as he said in one interview with ARY:

“I have always led from the front even as an army commander and its chief during war and peace.”

He appeared before the court respecting the supremacy of law despite the fact that the case was vindictively politicized with no truth. What Treason? I will explain in his very own words by citing quotes from his statement that he made before ‘Special Court’ after ‘indictment’ when a ‘charge sheet’ was read before him! 5 charges…can you imagine? But they were…and he pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ on each of them! And he was formally ‘INDICTED’ in ‘Article 6’ case for declaring emergency on 3rd November 2007. He said:

“I have consulted than prime minister and other stakeholders before taking any step and never abrogated the law and constitution.”

About Treason he said:

“I am being called a traitor, I have been chief of army staff for nine years and I have served Pakistan army for 45 years. I have fought two wars and it is ‘treason’?”

Who are the traitors, he defined in these words:

“I am not a traitor.For me traitors are those: Who loot public money and empty the treasury. To me a person who sells secrets of the country to the enemy is traitor and traitor is that person who laid down his arms before enemy”

Categorizing the traitors he further explained their type:

“To me there is another category of traitors that creates the hurdles in the ways of socio economic progress and same like situation was created in 2007. We were going towards the sky but steps taken by some personalities blocked the way of progress”

Honouring the court he said:

“I honour this court and prosecution, I strongly believe in rule of law. I don’t have ego problems, and I have appeared in court 16 times in this year in Karachi, Islamabad and Rawalpindi”

About Justice he said:

“I would like to ask where is the justice for me in the Islamic republic of Pakistan. I have only given to this country and not taken anything. I say on oath of my mother and children before the court that I have not taken even a single penny of the country”

He also mentioned the developments in his era (1999-2008) in all sectors.

For this Nation whose memory is short enough to forget the services of the soldier for his Motherland, there is still time to understand the true facts before it’s too late to recover. Don’t get into the foolish details of ‘Amriyat’ and ‘Jamhuriat’ which are just to confuse your minds with distorted facts.  As Pakistan should always be top priority in your lives. Rightly said by Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf in one of the address recently about Constitution and Pakistan:

“What’s more important, the constitution or the country? If as the head of the state I feel something is against the interest of my country, I’ll take action and it should not be seen with suspicion.”

Lastly, Please accept my apology of being labeling you as ‘Non-Pakistani’ as I should know that very soon this ‘fact’ will be printed in your kids syllabus either ‘Pakistani’, ‘Oxford’ or ‘Cambridge’, because it is a world known fact now that in Pakistan, its Chief of Army Staff, Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf who served his motherland for more than 40 years is framed with charges of ‘Treason’. He whose ‘war skills’ in ‘Kargil’ will be taught in Armed forces institutions worldwide decades later (and you will see! It will!!!) as the best strategist, brave and bold General he was!


Published : March 31, 2015
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Tabarak Unnisa

Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

The Dark Scar of Pakistan’s History and Hindu Republic of Bharat! – Part 2

The Dark Scar of Pakistan’s History and Hindu Republic of Bharat! – Part 2


In an interview with Dr Danish on ARY NEWS on 12 July 2015, Gen. (R ) Pervez Musharraf well explained about the extremist views of the recent BJP-led government of Modi. He said that problem did not lie with BJP as former Indian Premier Vajpayee was also from the same party. Vajpayee was moderate and General Musharraf started peace talks with the resolution of Kashmir issue at the forefront with him. The problem is with one man i.e. Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan. Gujrat Massacre also took place when he was the Chief Minister of Gujrat, this fact is for all to see and not hidden from the world. The reason of his extremist mindset is because he was formerly a member of RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh). In the words of Gen. (R ) Pervez Musharraf:

“RSS is a militant and extremist organization. It believes in Hindu dominance. Now Hindu dominance against whom? On Muslims. Prime Minister Modi happened to be a member of RSS since his early years. So we know what his views are”.

In the interview he also said that India claims to be a secular country. This is false due to the fact that India has always suppressed Muslims. It should openly declare itself as a Hindu state who wants dominance on Sikhs and Muslims. So he said:

“I would suggest that India should change its name to ‘Hindu Republic of Bharat’!”

In the wake of the controversial military action by India against Myanmar, news of which was later denied by Myanmar that no such action was taken on its territory and also images of the action were proven to be photoshopped, the Minister of State for (Dis) Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that India can make surgical strikes at any time and at any place including on the western border. Now everyone knows the tone and intention of India and what it meant by western border, which certainly hinted towards Pakistan. Pakistan Army and Gen. (R ) Pervez Musharraf gave a befitting reply to India. Musharraf gave a roaring response:

“If India wants to use force against Pakistan, let them come. Pakistan Army is ready and its response will be ‘Allah u Akbar’!”

His words hit India making it restless so much so that after his above ‘Allah u Akbar’ statement and Shab-e-Baraat one, ‘Pervez Musharraf’ was trending on both electronic and social media. He said:

“Don’t push us, we didn’t make nukes to fire on Shab-e-Baraat”

He openly said about Pakistan as:

“Pakistan is not Myanmar, and India dare not treat Pakistan as Myanmar.”

Modi’s Hindu mindset is not only affecting relationships between Pakistan and India but also between Pakistan and Bangladesh. General Musharraf’s views on this are:

“After 50 years you are trying to whip up anti-Pakistan feelings in Bangladesh…is this a very peaceful attitude…without any whatsoever rhyme or reason.”

About India-Pakistan relations he said:

“India changed its conduct after Narendra Modi assumed the post of Prime Minister. The bilateral relations between the two countries are being adversely affected owing to a single person”

Gen. (R ) Pervez Musharraf believes in equality and sovereignty with which Pakistan should be dealt with. Just like every country has its national interest, Pakistan also has its national interest. Our main interest with India should be resolution of Kashmir issue in accordance with UN resolutions, not personal interests of expanding family businesses like certain politicians. The nation should also acknowledge the loyalty and sincerity of this core soldier of the motherland, son of the soil, who has served Pakistan for more than 40 years. He will still readily share the last drop of his blood for Pakistan.

Part 1 here

Published : July 28, 2015

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Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa

The dark scar of Pakistan’s history and Republic of Bharat! – Part 1

The dark scar of Pakistan’s history and Republic of Bharat! – Part 1


I was browsing Twitter one night before sleeping when I saw it was buzzing with tweets by jubilant Indians with the hashtag #ModiInBangladesh. They were happy as India sealed a historical ‘Land swapping’ deal with Bangladesh followed by many other agreements. The 36-hour long visit by Indian Premier Narendra Modi to Bangladesh was actually a pre planned ‘game’ to spread hatred against Pakistan. There he openly praised and confessed  ‘Mukti Bahini’ and India’s role, where he also actively participated in the so-called liberation movement  that lead to  creation of Bangladesh in 1971.

With wicked smiles on their faces the two Prime Ministers exchanged the worst moment of Pakistan’s history, the enlarged image of the moment of surrender  in 1971 where Pakistani General Abdullah Khan Niazi was signing the surrender treaty before Indian Army General Jagjit Singh Arora. That photo was a really painful moment for me, that was hashtagged as #BurnolMoment for Pakistan… and it is beyond my imagination how painful and worst it must be in reality when it actually happened, when Pakistan broke into two separate lands, West Pakistan as Pakistan and East Pakistan as Bangladesh in 1971… the dark scar of its history!


Coming  to the point, about the duo it is well said by Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf:

“Yeh (Modi) Pakistan bashing kay lyay gae huay hain wahan(Bangladesh) jahan un ko aik buhat achi sathi mil gae hai, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, unfortunately. Yeh dono mil kar Pakistan Bashing kar rahay thay”

Since Modi came to power last year, tensions between India and Pakistan are on the rise and this is all due to the aggressive attitude and extremist ‘Hindu’ mentality of Prime Minister Modi and also of his ministers. The ill intentions of Modi Sarkar and his anti-Pakistan connotations can be best explained in words of Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf that he stated in various interviews.

When Modi came to power and invited Nawaz Sharif at his oath taking ceremony, he not only accepted it but also attended the ceremony, at this he said quite clearly:

“We should not act as his subjects as if he is some Viceroy or Prime Minister of ours. If we see the reality of Modi, quite clearly he is anti-Muslim & anti-Pakistan. There is no doubt in it.”


Emphasizing on the balance of power in the South Asian region especially about Pakistan, he gave strong message to Modi and India:

“He(Modi) should not be mistaken that he can do anything with us. He can’t do anything. So why are we treating him like a Viceroy. Leave him and let’s see what card he plays. We will see and then decide how to deal with him. We want to live peacefully, but with honour and dignity.”

In 2002, in India-Pakistan standoff, Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf made it clear to the Indians that Pakistan military is a force to be reckoned with. One night, from intelligence agencies, he received reports about India’s possible plan to launch a limited air attack in Pakistan, in Azad Kashmir. General Musharraf immediately responded by sending alert messages to Air Chief Late Mushaf Mir to open all air headquarters and air fields to launch a counter attack in th event of an attack by India, by selecting targets and striking back again in the morning. The attack never arrived. At this he said:

“Hum Pakistan aik taqat hain. 20 crore awaam hain yahan.Afwaj e Pakistan buhat strong hai. Hum johri taqat hain. Kisi ki majaal nahi kay ap hamaray sath kuch karsaken. Challenge karta hun main.Kuch karkay dekhao dekhtay hain!”

It is clearly visible for all to see that the armed forces of Pakistan and Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf are the ones who openly and strongly condemn and respond to India when they give anti-Pakistan statements ranging from their Prime Minister to a minor servant! Pakistani politicians seem to fail at responding to Modi in a a befitting manner as for them their personal interests are more important than Pakistan’s interest.

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a project that was first put on the table by Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf is like a bone in the neck of India. In his visit to China last month, Modi opposed CPEC strongly to which Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf replied bluntly and boldly (best understood in Urdu so I will write in Roman Urdu):

“ Un (Modi) ko kehna chayay band karo baat karna Pakistan kay upar. Hamara China kay sath jo kuch horaha hai tum kidhar say bol rahay ho bhai! Who the Hell are you? App apnay comments apnay paas rakhen. We don’t care about your comments!!!”

To be continued

Published : June 15, 2015
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are solely of the author and do not represent ARY policies or opinion.

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Tabarak Unnisa

Tabarak UnnisaAn IT Graduate who believes in the slogan of ‘Pakistan First’. She tweets at : @TabarakUnnisa