I have read your latest column in the Daily Jang, on the topic of Amendment Bill presented by Mr. Hiraj in Pakistani Parliament.
Unfortunately as is your unpleasant habit you started to use foul and inappropriate language against others, for example against Imran Khan in this article.
Let me make one thing clear to you from onset; before I respond to your latest verbiage, I have absolutely nothing to do with Imran Khan or his party. You can be rest assured I am as neutral as it comes.
In this article you have committed two blunders of monumental proportions as much as Imran Khan is concerned.
1- You have forgotten an undeniable fact here, Imran Khan boycotted the last Elections; he has no representation in the National Assembly. He couldn’t have raised this issue in the Pakistani Parliament.
2- You have also conveniently overlooked another fact as is your damning habit; Imran had been raising these issues for years in the Media. There are numerous examples of him raising these issues in TV discussions, which I am sure you are well aware of. Considering the above fact, he has no representation in the Parliament, the media is the only mediums available to Imran to raise these issues and bring these facts to the attention of the public.
Mr. Nisar, unfortunately you are a serious offender when it comes to writing non-sense or ********, to use a common way of expression (Sorry, but I think I have to lower myself to your levels, I am certain, you only understand this kind of language).
Whenever I read your articles or hear your speeches in TV talk shows you come out as a bitter person who has lost his mind completely. One of your favourite pass times is to belittle Muslims and Islam. In this endeavour you leave no opportunities go to waste, but as the case with most of what you write or say, your opinions are way of the mark at it best.
It reminds me of another of your favourite topic, history. I have been thinking this for a while to invite you to discuss some of your theories and attacks on Muslims and Islam. I suggest an e-mail discussion on these topics, if you have the decency and courage to face the consequences of your unbelievably childish writings and speeches. Diatribes to use an English expression.
It is a sad fact that people like you are given inches of space in the Pakistani media, while people like me who can write far better and factually correct, comprehensive articles on different topics would not be given the chance.
There is only one reason for it, sleuths like you have their well established monopolies in Pakistani media. In this unfortunate practice you are not the only culprit, unfortunately this disease is well spread in Pakistan. As a consequence Pakistani public have to stomach every kind of lies and biased point of views in the media. It is a known fact majority of the Journalists in Pakistan are bought up stooges of different interest groups. “Bhara ke tattoos” in common Pakistani language or “hired guns” if you like more western flavour for the same phrase, considering you are a mental slave of the west and its values, a fact any person, even one with a very low IQ like you could easily make out from your writings and drooling long tirades in talk shows.
Coming back to your recent article, the topic of my e-mail, it has not gone unnoticed on those with an eye for the details that you have a soft corner for MQM; for its policies and leadership. I have asked these questions from many supporters of MQM on forums and blogs, but unfortunately none could answer my questions. These questions are also directly related to your recent article we are discussing here.
MQM owns many properties in the UK. I want to know how these properties were bought, who has the titles of these properties in the record of the Land Registry? How the funds to buy these properties were transferred to the UK, by what means and what bank accounts were used for the transfer? How these funds were raised and where? Any records kept, any accounts to show to the Pakistani Public?
Similarly, I have questions for Mr. Hussain personal expenses, how much is spent on his personal expenses and on his household, i.e. his family's food, residence or rental value of his residence based on current rates, utilities bills, telephone bills, travelling, medicine, medical expenses etc. You may say, in the UK, where I also reside incidentally, there is free NHS, true, but I am more concerned about AH recent treatment in Germany. In the UK we also have to pay subscription charges for our medicines unless one is on Income Support. In that case you can confirm if Mr. Hussain is on Income Support in the UK?
We know another leader of MQM; the Governor of Sind was on benefits during his stay in the UK. Not only he was on benefits during his stay but his wife continued to draw the benefits months after he become Governor in Pakistan. When it was reported in the media here in the UK, the justifications given by their representatives were so hilarious that no sane person would believe it. You can read all about it on the following link.
For example, it is stated that his wife informed change in their circumstances to DWP in writing.
“Mr Haider added that Dr Ishrat's wife had written to the authorities and asked them to stop the payments but she kept receiving the cheques in the post.”
According to this statement, she was aware of her responsibilities to inform the DWP and stop receiving benefits. It is also easier to establish that she knew the position and status of the Governor that’s why she informed the DWP in writing.
But when asked why she kept cashing the cheques for 10 months; the following incredible excuse was provided;
"She felt that Pakistani politics was so unpredictable that her husband may have been forced to return to England within a few months.
If that was the case, how and why did she write to the DWP? Both of these statements can not be true, she was either sure of his status in Pakistan that’s why she wrote to DWP, or she wasn’t in that case why did she wrote to DWP?
Then again, if she knew it is illegal to cash the cheques for the benefits, why she continued to cash them for 10 months? Did she forget she has already written to DWP? Did she forget that it is illegal? Or she thought DWP is offering her gifts from the taxes paid from their hard earned money by the citizens of the United Kingdom? It is inconceivable to think that the Governor did not know about this fact for 10 months. It wouldn’t be much of a marriage if such important issue is not discussed between husband and wife. Or was receiving almost £2000 a month in Income Support and Housing Benefits for months a small matter for them? How long they would have continued to receive these benefits if it was not highlighted in British media is anyone’s guess.
Not to mention the fact, the Governor's wife and children were still in the UK, and as the representative stated, his wife was expecting him back in the UK any time. Surprisingly we didn't see any mention of MQM and its leaders in your article. A Governor from MQM and his family committed fraud even out side Pakistan, but you are quite on their illegal acts. In a recent broadcast Mr. Luqman levelled accusations that Mr. Khan had recently bought a house in Canada. But again the fact that they are maintaining resident in the UK and reportedly have bought the house in Canada, is of no consequences to you. Their intentions are clear, for them Pakistan is only for ruling, when their rule is over they are back to their safe heavens in the west.
And what about AH influence on the decisions made by MQM in Pakistani Politics? Isn’t he a foreign national? Isn’t he has the properties in the UK, whose ever name the titles may be, but he is a direct beneficiary? Your excuse that he does not hold any position in Pakistani Parliament wouldn’t wash with educated people. He may not, but his influence is undeniable. MQM can not make any decision without his knowledge and consent therefore he is directly influencing Pakistani politics for good measures on daily basis. Same is true for many members of their “Rabta Committee” most of them are in similar situation like AH they regularly discuss and take part in decision making, which effect ordinary Pakistanis. What rights they have in Pakistani Politics? Why these facts escape your attention in your article?
I can write a lot, I hope you take my offer of discussion on your incredible statements you issue on regular basis, written or verbal.
Mr. Nisar if you and other sleuths in Pakistani media were so effective in their writings, Pakistan wouldn’t be in the perils it is in at the moment. It wouldn’t be the cesspool of corruption, nepotism, fraud, lies and unpatriotic words and deeds. You have to accept the responsibilities of these malaises in Pakistan and accept you and your writings and speeches on television had been colossal failures.
You missed another fact, it is obvious after the disclosure by ECP, almost 45% voter’s registration in Pakistan is bogus. In the light of this fact, what do you think about the representatives in the Parliament? Whole of the National Parliament and Regional Assemblies as a matter of fact are bogus. What happens to your Mr. Hiraj in this scenario? Could he be the only legitimate person in the Parliament? Wouldn’t you accept the wisdom of Imran Khan, JI, Mehmood Khan Achekzai and many others who boycotted the elections on the ground elections were a farce? It is a black mark on the name of the democracy. The direct result of these elections is that the looters and thieves are on the helms in National Parliament and Provisional Assemblies. They are committing wholesale loot of national wealth and resources. By the way where were you when these fraudulent elections were held and frauds of mammoth proportions were committed against the Pakistani Nation? Were you on holidays, or you didn’t have the foresight?
What do you have to say of Imran Khan’s consistent remarks that elections should be held on the basis of computerised NI listing provided by NADRA? Isn’t he vindicated by this announcement by ECP? But then, we can not expect comments from biased and short sighted people like you.
As for your tirades and jeremiads against Imran Khan, your colleague at Jang, Mr. Haroon Rashid appropriately wrote in one of his recent articles,“Imran ki satish karta hoon tu bharre ke tattoo bharakte barra hain”.
I am waiting for your response and acceptance of my offer for discussion on your writings, statements and comments. But somehow I know you wouldn’t have the stomach for the truth, despite all the noises you regularly make. All I can say is that you are an ersatz of the true philosophers world has produced.