.......idiot.....he is ******* president of the country.he is doing poetry on security allegations of the country.just imagine if this happened in any western country.an interior minister of a province said n revealed as much as mirza said...chief executive would have resigned until now...
Absolutely it is zardari plan so called noora kushti to keep MQM in govt till march 2012.zardari wanna get two benefits from this "topi drama". to keep MQM with him and to gain previous popularity in rural sindh. But his plan will not meet both ends. Inshaa Allah
Zulfi bhai is new leader of the country. He will rule Karchistan and kill all the mohajirs and urdu speaking witih able guidance from Shahi Syed and Aman Committee. He is a great leader. His new flag of the Mission is: KATI PAHARI symbolizing that he will put snipers all around and kill people indescrimanately who belong to MQM and Karachistan. Jeeeeayyyyy Zulfi Bhai zulfi bhai and niswar brand Shahi Syed zinda bad. This is what Pakistan needs to defeat India, Afganistan, Amrikanistan, Iranistan and all the world. Jeeeyaaaa Zulfi Bhai sugar milll DON.
[QUOTE=canadian;504845]This statement is noora kushti.Zulfiqar Mirza and Zardari are one ![/QUOTE
brother.damn them all.they all are one but my point is if someone who is is at important position in govt says all this what he said.is there any body,any institute who can notice this and action this.investigate all those killing allegations!!!!any body there????
Dekha jo teer kha kay kameen gah ki taraf
Apnay hee kameenon say mulaqat ho gaye
There he goes again: In another outburst, Mirza ups the ante against MQM
By Z Ali
Published: August 30, 2011
Zulfiqar Mirza raises the Holy Quran during a press conference at the Hyderabad Press Club. PHOTO: INP
HYDERABAD: Barely 48 hours after shaking up the country’s political landscape with his explosive press conference, former Sindh senior minister Zulfiqar Mirza on Tuesday decided to up the ante, repeating and adding to the many accusations he had previously hurled at the Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Interior Minister Rehman Malik.
Addressing another press conference, this time at the Hyderabad Press Club, Mirza admitted that the average citizen does not have a favourable impression of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party owing to the current administration’s failure to deliver adequate services. He added that a band of ‘sycophants’ surrounded President Asif Ali Zardari – whom he continued to refer to as one of his closest friends – who prevented the president from seeing ‘the truth.’
Among those whom he specifically named as being responsible for the party’s state of affairs was once again Rehman Malik, whom he referred to with words that cannot be printed in this newspaper.
“I say this with sadness that we are not going to give Bilawal a good PPP and a good legacy,” said Mirza, who was once again holding up a copy of the Holy Quran during his press conference.
While his rhetoric had been somewhat harsh even on Sunday, Mirza’s words on Tuesday seemed to reach fever pitch, levelling highly incredible allegations against the MQM, accusing them once again of treason and even going so far as to say that the party was planning on acquiring nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
“The MQM is armed to the teeth with 150,000 AK-47 Kalashnkovs, around 15,000 rocket launchers, anti-aircraft guns, anti-tank mines and mortars and is now in the process of procuring nuclear weapons with the help of Uncle Sam,” said Mirza, making the MQM sound more like a rogue state government than a political party.
He repeated his allegation that the MQM had been willing to work with foreign governments to dismember Pakistan and even work with the United States towards regime change in Iran.
(Read: Zulfiqar Mirza should go to court and present his proof, says MQM)
“Uncle Sam was looking for a cruel, ruthless and sordid entity in Pakistan, which would be ready to sell the country’s honour and dignity. They found it in a party which said ‘give me $500 million and finish ISI and we will do whatever you want’, such as allowing Blackwater [a US defence contractor, now called Xe Services] and other groups and also to occupy Iran,” claimed Mirza.
Among the more specific allegations levelled by Mirza was the charge that Babar Ghauri, the former minister for ports and shipping, used his position to divert some of the arms and ammunition meant for Nato forces in Afghanistan towards use by alleged MQM-backed militant and criminal groups.
Mirza cited media reports that several Nato containers have disappeared on their way to Afghanistan as evidence for this startling claim.
He even went so far as to say that the MQM’s attempts to rejoin the ruling coalition – something that the party has so far not been willing to do – were in fact the product of their desire to continue their efforts to use government positions to arms themselves, including, oddly enough, importing Scud missiles, a short-range ballistic missile that became famous for its use by Saddam Hussain during the First Gulf War in 1991.
Mirza also called upon people of all ethnic groups to wage a jihad, though he did not specify against whom. But this call for jihad was interspersed between his comments against the MQM, leading many to believe that his remarks were directed at that party.
(Read: Analysis – What now after Zulfiqar Mirza’s bombshell?)
“If you do not dare speak up against these criminals who tempt you with the prospect of a completed term, they will bring Uncle Sam and every Tom, **** and Harry to exploit your land,” he said, in remarks that seemed to be directed towards the leadership of his own party.
Mirza also praised the Interservices Intelligence (ISI) as a ‘well-organised, patriotic and well-trained’ entity that was ‘100% dedicated to the motherland.’
The former Sindh cabinet minister also highlighted the role of Sindhi politicians in the creation of Pakistan, saying that he did not feel the need to be grateful to another ethnic group for the creation of the country.
“It was these same so-called illiterate, stupid, feudal, aristocratic, lazy fat-cats in the Sindh Assembly who voted for the Pakistan Resolution,” said Mirza sarcastically, referring to the pre-Partition support for the creation of Pakistan by the then-provincial legislature in Sindh.
Mirza also claimed that the forefathers of several senior PPP leaders – including the fathers of Hafeez Pirzada, Hussain Haroon and the Khuhro family – were at the forefront of the movement for the creation of Pakistan, and asked what roles the fathers of senior MQM leaders, including Altat Hussain and Farooq Sattar, played in the Pakistan Movement.
When Mirza then opened up the floor for questions, he was asked by Farhan Effendi, the Hyderabad bureau chief for ARY One World, about this, though Effendi conflated Mirza’s questioning of the sacrifices of MQM leaders with that of all muhajirs. Mirza was upset at this mischaracterisation of his remarks and started yelling at Effendi, at which point Mirza’s guards started beating the journalist.
Only when the entire journalist community present protested did Mirza’s guards stop. Under pressure from the reporters, Mirza later apologised for the behaviour of his guards.
Published in The Express Tribune, August 31st, 2011.
Karachi Burning By Najam SethiAug. 26, 2011OVER 400 people have been killed in gang and party political warfare in Karachi in the last two months. No permanent end to the senseless violence is in sight because of several factors.The three- way struggle for turf and power in Karachi among the PPP, MQM and ANP overlaps with violent gang wars among the criminal drug, extortion, arms and land- grab mafias that have come to dominate the underworld of Karachi and established quid pro quo links with each of the three parties. The problem is that the PPP government is helpless to establish law and order because it cannot afford to launch any serious and sustained “clean- up” operation that targets and antagonises its provincial coalition partners whose support is needed to prop up its government in Islamabad.In the early 1990s, the army was used to “clean- up” Karachi. At that time, the MQM was the single most important political determinant of war and peace in the city. There was no significant Pashtun or ANP factor to contend with. Nor were there many heavily armed gangs and criminal mafias. So the MQM’s militant wing was the primary target. The operation led to extreme tensions between the MQM and ruling PMLN in 1992 and PPP in 1994.It was replaced by a Rangers- cum- Police operation because the military didn’t like being accused of acting as an instrument of oppression and repression by one party against another. But the new civilian operation was equally effective because the PPP government in Islamabad was not dependent on MQM support to stay in power and could afford to let strong and independent policemen like Shoaib Suddle, Tariq Lodhi and Masood Sharif Khattak have their way.The situation is markedly different and more explosive and complex today. The demographic profile of the city has changed in the last two decades with a steady stream of armed Pashtun migrants from the NWFP, FATA and Afghanistan. These Pashtuns have acquired great clout because of the boom in transportation trade triggered by the American pipeline of 500 container- trucks per day in the last decade to Afghanistan. This has given them economic power that is backed by political power following their banding and organisation under the banner of a bargaining agent — ANP. The party has great influence with the PPP in Islamabad and Peshawar. The PPP is also more emboldened now to drive a hard bargain with the MQM, partly because of this factor and partly because it has a majority in the Sindh assembly and doesn’t require MQM support there.The problem arises because the MQM is unable and unwilling to accept a fair power- sharing formula in the new situation. It ruled the roost for ten years under General Pervez Musharraf ( who outlawed the PMLN and KARACHI BURNING PPP, sidelined the ANP and tailored the 2001 Local Bodies law in Sindh to enhance the MQM’s political interests in Karachi and Hyderabad) and will not countenance any dilution in its vested economic and political interests.M EANWHILE, there has been a proliferation of various criminal mafias who have cunningly allied themselves to the three political parties for maximising their advantage and autonomy. This basically means that the potential for armed warfare and conflict in the city has increased significantly since each armed mafia has become an adjunct non- state actor allied to one political party or the other. In the old days, only the MQM had an armed criminal wing. Now the PPP and ANP have their own armed supporters and criminal wings among the various mafias. An added complication is the budding relationship between the anti- MQM Afaqled- Haqiqi faction and the ANP that is protecting Haqiqi cadres in Sherpao Colony with the approval of the PPP. The hapless people of Karachi are so sick and fed up with the situation that they are demanding an army intervention to clean up the mess as in 1992.The MQM and ANP have joined the chorus only to “ prove” that they are innocent and have nothing to fear from such an operation. But the PMLN and PPP are opposed to it because the former fears an army intervention in Karachi could become a precursor to an army intervention in Islamabad that could hurt its budding interests while the latter is opposed to it because it would signal the end of its coalition government in Islamabad by targeting the ANP and MQM in Karachi. The fact also is that if Mr Zardari were prepared to risk a collapse of his coalition in Islamabad instead of doing exactly the opposite by going the extra mile to woo the MQM back into his fold, he could easily emulate the Police- Rangers option exercised so effectively by his wife Benazir Bhutto from 1994- 1996 when she was prime minister.What happens next depends on how and when Mr Zardari concedes the MQM’s remaining demands: immediate action to eliminate the Afaq- Haqiqi faction and an announcement of an early date for local body elections without changing the favourable constituency delimitations agreed upon between the MQM and General Musharraf in 2002.This is a tall order. Mr Zardari will definitely want to restore the pre- Musharraf status quo ante in Karachi and Hyderabad in deference to the wishes of his Sindh PPP. The MQM will also have to accommodate the legitimate demands of the ANP and the Pashtuns to reflect the demographic changes that have taken place since the last census.If the MQM balks at joining the PPP government and refuses to accommodate the legitimate demands of the PPP and ANP in exchange, the stage will be set for fresh bloodletting in Karachi. Conspiracy theories will then fly about regarding Altaf Hussain’s “real intentions” to create mayhem in Karachi as a prelude to foreign intercession and secession from Pakistan at the behest of hostile foreign powers.The writer is the editor of The Friday TimesSource: Friday Times
"Dekha Jo Teer Kha kay apni asliyat soun kar,waha dhaika to Apnay he doston se Mulaqat ho gaye"zulfiqar mirza ko b murtaza bhuto bb sultan rahi arabi business man ke thara ALLAH ko pyara kardo amin mahdom faheem shah mehmod qasoori sheree rehman ki thara bahir nikal do or party par qabza karkay apnay na ahal bhaitay bilawal ko kursi dilado thakay mazeed loot sakay or zulfiqar mirza ko marwado ilzam mqm par dal do.
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