There's all commotion and turmoil in Pakistan...

16 March, 2009 | | 1 comments |

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So the story revolves and sums up back again in Pakistan. Is Pakistan headed for another Military rule....? Surely yes it seems, since there can be only two possibilities which may happen.

Firstly, Pakistan's current Prime Minister Mr. Asif Ali Zardari seems to be in a fix with the high discontent among people and current uprising being staged in Islamabad with support of PML-N(Zardari's Opposition party) under leadership of Pakistan's former PM Nawaz Sharif, Jamaat-e-Islami political party and other judges from Pakistan's judicial wing demanding reinstatement of the CJ(Chief Justice) Mr. Iftikaar Chaudhary and other sacked judges during the outstated General Pervez Musharaff's rule. If the democratic demands of the people does come through then Zardari has another reason to worry since the CJ might open up his past cases of dereliction and his past crimes. Now this can lead to the current PM battling and facing charges against him which will ultimately result in him getting overthrown from his own country.

Secondly, even if he is able to broker a truce with the CJ and the opposition parties behind the curtain then he still cannot rest peacefully since the country is already at the epicenter of terrorism with the Taliban already having captured 1/5th of the country and waiting right outside the gates of Peshawar and other suburbs. There are already speculations doing the rounds from a large part of the media that Taliban might end up with 3/5th or even more of the country by the end of this year. Well the above fact is already evident with civilians amongst them mostly Punjabis fleeing the SWAT, FATA(Federally Administered Tribal Areas) and NWFP(North West Frontier Province). Pakistanis tresspassing the Wagah border of India illegally to seek refuge have been making the buzz in all news channels. Also our very own 'Big Brother' United States has sounded a warning a stern warning to Zardari to clean up the mess. If that was less the add up Pakisatan's Military General Ashfaq Kayani echoing the same warning to the PM. Will Zardari rule in Pakistan to see himself complete his term or see himself as another name in the history of Pakistan who tried but failed miserably...?

Well in both of the above cases it's inevitable that in case of Zardari getting overthrown, Pakistan might hold another 'free and fair' elections and it's very much obvious that the Army General might take the charge. I'll remind you one thing as far as their annals goes, Pakistan has never been successful under a military rule till date.

So the world and me will surely spectate this drama. Ya there's some latest news doing the rounds that Zardari has promised to reinstate the CJ and all the sacked judges. So now with my 1st possibility going down it's time for the second one which can be true.....

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So we got to hold on and watch.....


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