Saturday, December 6, 2014

Gen. Pervez Musharraf Shows Concerns for Pakistan

General Retd. Pervez Musharraf, former Pakistan President, has suggested Nawaz Sharif to resign. He further said that his government cannot... thumbnail 1 summary
General Retd. Pervez Musharraf, former Pakistan President, has suggested Nawaz Sharif to resign. He further said that his government cannot proceed if the current turmoil in politics continues. The non-democratic approach of Sharifs has brought them to the verge of self destruction.

Musharraf further added that Sharif government has been incapacitated and morally rejected by people of Pakistan. Because of government’s deficiencies in almost all departments general public has turned into protesters who want to have their legal, political, judicial and economic rights.

Now the cusp is in the hands of Pakistani people and the affairs are going to be decided by the will of common people. Now Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif should stop their obstinate arrogance for the betterment of national interests and must recognize the pulse of the nation. This political chaos has no end without a proper and wise solution.

Musharraf put Sharif down in October 1999 and became the president of Pakistan without any blood coup. Now he is in trouble having four alleged crime cases and also has charges of high treason. He announced the emergency state back in 2007 while he was a sitting president of Pakistan. Musharraf states that army intervention seems to be needed in case of any hindrance occurs in the process of crises resolution.

However, when army tried to resolve the issue in a democratic manner, politicians again went against it despite the fact the Prime Minister himself invited army chief for help in resolving the current political issues.

Pakistan army wanted to end the current crises and they also suggested Prime Minister to resolve the current problems in a political manner. Army again urged the government to resolve this deadlock situation that has been prolonged to more than three weeks via negotiation.

This nerve-shattering situation must be resolved with positive dialogue by opposition and government without wasting any more time, urged by corps commander General Raheel Sharif in a core-commander meeting. The purpose of this meeting was to reject the notions that army is not with democracy.

Different analysts on print and electronic media emphasized on the point that the current situation will lead Nawaz Sharif towards an ultimate end which will be against him and his cabinet as well.

On the other hand, the Chairman Tehreek e Insaf Imran khan and PAT chairman Tahir-ul-Qadri are staying in front of Parliament. They have a large number of followers who have come to this far just to get their deserving rights.

They want to get rid of current system that failed to deliver the whole nation for the last 67 years since the creation of Pakistan. Musharraf also wants the current issues to be resolved in a democratic fashion but at the same time he also said that current government itself brought this situation which is affecting all of us now.

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