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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 05:13

Ganja Sharif Chief Money Launderer In Trouble

Panama case decision: Ishaq Dar in serious trouble :mrgreen:

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan has given the final verdict on the Panama Papers case issue. While PM Nawsz Sharif is celebrating victory over the decision, the worst effected of the decision is Mr Ishaq Dar ( AKA Finance Minister Of Pakiland, known to father-in-law of Ganja's daughter) in case of reopening of Hidaybiya Mills case.
Supreme Court has directed National Accountability Bureau to proceed against finance minister in Hudabiya Papers Mills case, in which Ishaq Dar had been accused of laundering money.“The National Accountability Bureau is directed to proceed against Muhammad Ishaq Dar in connection with (Hudabiya) Reference wherein the respondent (Dar) was not an accused person when the reference was quashed by the Lahore High Court”, according to minority judgment of Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Justice Gulzar Ahmed. The two dissenting justices, of course, will either be forced to resign, or harassed or put to pasture by Ganja . Interesting question is whether Ganja Sharif will stand up for his loyal relative ( and Fin Minister ) or will he be thrown to the wolves ( in which case, he will definitely "spill the beans" and name the "skeletons in the closest" :mrgreen:
The minority judges’ observations in the case has brought the 26-year old case back to the limelight, which was also one of the main points pleaded by the petitioners for the disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.However, Ali Zafar, former President Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan said that the minority judgment remains academic in nature and has no legal binding. Yet, the observations made in the minority judgment can be used for discussion purposes. :roll:

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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 05:24

TIME List Of "100 Most Influential People " : Includes Modi-ji but no Pakis :P
No = = here :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 05:37

Nawaz ( The Sher ) Being Grilled Again And Again Re: Panama Scandal :mrgreen:


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Postby arun » 21 Apr 2017 07:49

Op Ed in the New York Times (NYT) written by Rahmatullah Nabil who says “Having served in senior roles in Afghanistan’s intelligence services, I have good reason to be skeptical about Pakistan’s ability to keep its nuclear weapons safe from extremists.”.

Rahmatullah Nabil served as the head of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Agency, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) from 2010 to 2012 and again from 2013 to 2015.

This Op Ed by rightly pointing out the Nuclear Weapon Technology Proliferating and Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting credentials of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, will undoubtedly be deemed a blow to the Islamic Repubic’s H&D aka Hechendee aka Honour and Dignity.

The World Must Secure Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons
By RAHMATULLAH NABILAPRIL 20, 2017

KABUL, Afghanistan — Pakistan is not just one of nine countries with nuclear weapons, it is also a hotbed of global jihadism, where the military and the intelligence services use terrorist networks to advance their regional goals. And even as Pakistani officials proclaim that their nuclear assets are secure, evidence, including internal Pakistani documents, suggests that they know better.

Having served in senior roles in Afghanistan’s intelligence services, I have good reason to be skeptical about Pakistan’s ability to keep its nuclear weapons safe from extremists.

The international community, working with the United Nations Atomic Energy Agency or the United Nations Security Council, must take action to prevent a global catastrophe before it is too late. Pakistan is believed to have the fifth-largest nuclear arsenal in the world, larger than Britain’s. It also has an established history of giving nuclear technology to countries like Iran and North Korea. As the Trump administration begins developing its policies toward Pakistan and toward nuclear nonproliferation, it should make Pakistan a top priority.

Pakistanis with the most knowledge of the country’s nuclear program are among the most worried. On Dec. 16, 2014, the Taliban launched a deadly attack on an army-run school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar. Afterward, Pakistan’s Atomic Energy Commission sent an urgent letter to the director general of the Strategic Plans Division, which is responsible for securing Pakistan’s nuclear assets, expressing concern. The Atomic Energy Commission requested that the military devote more resources to ensuring that the personnel with knowledge of the nuclear program are monitored. This letter, which has been kept secret until now, reveals just how concerned some Pakistani officials are — and how worried the rest of the world should be.

The Atomic Energy Commission is not the only group sounding alarms about the role of extremists inside Pakistan. In early 2014, the ministry of interior issued a policy paper called the National Internal Security Policy 2014-2018 (CLICKY), a classified document that outlined the government’s security priorities. It warns that Pakistan is home to hundreds of terrorist and extremist groups, and points out that many of them are operational in all four provinces of Pakistan, including in the areas in Punjab near some of Pakistan’s nuclear facilities. This document also raises concerns over the growing influence of certain terrorist groups, in particular Lashkar-e-Taiba, inside the Pakistan Army and intelligence agencies, and within the families of senior and midlevel military officers.

Despite all of this, the Pakistani authorities continue to insist in public that their nuclear assets are safe. As a senior official told The Atlantic magazine in 2011, “Of all the things in the world to worry about, the issue you should worry about the least is the safety of our nuclear program.” When Pakistani officials came to Washington for a nuclear security summit last spring, they affirmed in the broadest terms their country’s commitment to nuclear security from “the entire spectrum of threats” — playing down terrorism specifically, or the fact that Pakistan represents a particular threat.

The Pakistanis say they are confident in the Strategic Plans Division’s professionalism. And the division claims to have strong systems in place to screen personnel for integrity, weeding out those who have dangerous political, ethnic or religious affiliations. They also report that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are de-mated, meaning the warheads are separated from their delivery mechanisms. But even if this is true, it doesn’t mean that all nuclear material is safe. There are reports that Pakistan is building tactical nuclear weapons, smaller arms that are easier to use on the battlefield. It is unclear how the Strategic Plans Division intends to secure them.

Instead of asking for help dealing with these vulnerabilities, the Pakistani Army and intelligence community close themselves off. They fear that the United States is trying to seize their nuclear weapons and say that the West refuses to allow a Muslim country to have access to the world’s most powerful weapons, a line often repeated by extremists.

Pakistan should instead be asking for help keeping its nuclear weapons out of terrorists’ hands. But until that happens, the United Nations Security Council — and the United States, an ally of Pakistan’s — should step in.

First, Pakistan must be forced to stop playing a double game, supporting extremist groups while publicly proclaiming that it is fighting terrorism. Second, the government in Islamabad should welcome the help of the United Nations Atomic Energy Agency in securing nuclear assets. Government agencies inside Pakistan have admitted that the country’s nuclear assets are in danger. The rest of the world should take heed and try to protect them before it’s too late.


From the New York Times, here:

The World Must Secure Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons

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Postby Prem » 21 Apr 2017 08:24

SBajwa wrote:For Vikas!
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One of My childhood friends have been always fond of wearing black clothes. His nice family restricted itself to narrow group of people living in same town.His father is now head of neighborhood Gurudwara. As high schoolers, Many of us used to do wresting, practicing few hours day, starting at 0400 in Akhara attached to Shamshan Ghat/cremation ground ( never saw any ghost) I wrestled with his guy many time and with Langot slipping away, his Tool ( Dodi)was different than rest of us. We had no idea about Sunnat then till I shifted to Delhi where i met few Momins first time and was confused to whether to call them Pakistani or Muslims. Last time i visited the hometown, few of these families have now come out of closet.

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Postby arun » 21 Apr 2017 14:33

The Mohammadden Terrorisim Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s hockey governing body, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF), complains about Hockey India’s pulling out our U-21 junior team from the Sultan of Johor tournament in Malaysia due in October because of Pakistani partcipation. India has made it plain that we will not play any non-FIH/non-Continental body tournmaent in which the Islamic Republic partcipates till such time as the PHF unconditionally apologises for misbehaviour of its team during the 2014 Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar :

'India-Pakistan standoff will damage world hockey'

The earlier news item regards pulling out our U-21 junior team from the Sultan of Johor tournament in Malaysia due in October because of Pakistani partcipation:

India pull out of Sultan of Johor Cup citing Pakistan’s presence

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Postby Peregrine » 21 Apr 2017 15:09

Falijee wrote:Nawaz ( The Sher ) Being Grilled Again And Again Re: Panama Scandal :mrgreen:
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Falijee Ji :

According to my Urdu speaking Muslim friends Sher is the Term for Tiger - During Elections Pyjamagate Man has paraded around with a Stuffed Tiger. :rotfl:
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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - March 17, 2017

Postby Vikas » 21 Apr 2017 15:37

SBajwa wrote:For Vikas!


Bajwa Ji, I have seen this video but what is the point. Sorry for being noob :((

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - March 17, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 21 Apr 2017 17:23

uh-ho! This one is going to affect the paki HS&D big time.

Ex-PM Gillani's son charged in ephedrine scandal

The long-running case involves two Pakistani pharmaceutical companies, Berlex and Danas, that allegedly used political connections to obtain huge amounts of ephedrine and are suspected of diverting it to people in the drug trade who could have used it to make methamphetamine worth billions of dollars.
Ex-chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry had pointed out in early 2012 that Ali Musa Gillani was also a suspect in the case.
Drug cartels often look towards countries with weak regulations to facilitate their requirement for ephedrine.
cartels look for a country with weak security and regulation “where you can obtain the chemicals because no one is paying attention, or it has never been a problem before.”
Methamphetamine, it is said, can be more valuable and addictive than heroine.


Suuarly they can not be talking about bakistan, hain? I wonder who did not get paid off?

https://www.dawn.com/news/1328342/ex-pm ... ne-scandal

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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 17:26

Raheel Of To Ryadh For "Muslim NATO" Job :wink:

Raheel departs for Riyadh to lead military alliance after govt issues NOC

Retired army chief Gen Raheel Sharif has left for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to head a 41-nation military alliance, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said on Friday. Hope did not depart Pakiland in the dead of night like a chor on a private Saudi jet or the invincible PAF. Deadly silence still being maintained as no statement on Panamagate or no thank you to Pakiland or sahi- salamat for future of Paki nation and Paki - fauj. :roll:
Media reports suggested that the former chief of army staff was granted approval to serve as head of the alliance for three years.
So he is going to miss his Pakjab; going alone or family to follow !
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif told Geo News that Sharif had been "given permission to head the military alliance after completion of all legal formalities and requirements" by the federal government. Joke of the year ! Has anyone the guts to challenge an Ex COAS !
Geo News further reported that Sharif had departed for Riyadh earlier today on a special aircraft and was accompanied by his wife and mother on the flight. Mystery solved Special Aircraft PAF or Saudi ? :D
...which recently expressed serious misgivings regarding the issue in light of the possibility that the alliance may be used against Iran.The news also seemed to go against what the defence minister himself had assured Parliament of on April 13.
Asif has been known to "peddle" fake news :mrgreen:
Earlier this week, in a meeting at GHQ in Rawalpindi, Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa had assured Iranian Ambassador Mehdi Honardoost that Pak-Iran ties would "remain unaffected by recent developments".“Pakistan greatly values historic Pak-Iran relationship and the same shall continue based on mutual trust and respect for each other’s interests,” Gen Bajwa told Honardoost.Extraordinary importance was attached to the meeting by diplomatic circles because it was the second between the two in around six weeks, a rare happening in Pakistan-Iran relations given the mutual mistrust. So the mess created by Raheel has to be cleared by the "Ahmedi" Bajwa :mrgreen:

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Postby anupmisra » 21 Apr 2017 17:34

Editorial in Yawn! More complaints about not being treated fairly.

American NSA’s tactlessness (or in paki-speak "how can you speak with forked tongue, hain?)

ONCE inside Pakistan, the message was more positive and one that focused, at least publicly, on “strengthening bilateral relations” and “working with Pakistan to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan” and with India.
...a media interview in Kabul and using that platform to, effectively, verbally attack Pakistan...: “We have hoped that Pakistani leaders will understand that it is in their interest to go after these [militant] groups less selectively … and the best way to pursue their interest in Afghanistan and elsewhere is … not through the use of proxies that engage in violence.” Translation: Pakistan is using militant proxies against Afghanistan and India.
Unsurprisingly, the Pakistani state hit back at the allegations and it appears the mood in GHQ is particularly sour after the American lecture.
To pour fuel on fire by alluding, while in Kabul, to alleged Pakistani militant proxies against India is staggering.


https://www.dawn.com/news/1328006/ameri ... ctlessness

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Postby anupmisra » 21 Apr 2017 17:45

Now the absurd have gone ...more absurd. Pakjabis and their hair-brained schemes have come up with this new gem.

Punjab govt's 'Orange Cap' scheme to provide 100,000 cars to unemployed youth

'"The scheme will provide 100,000 people with a source of income," he said, adding, "Previously, as part of the 'Apna Rozgar' scheme, the Punjab government has disbursed 50,000 cars to Punjab's young people."
With the Orange Cap scheme in the pipeline, the province may see a surge in the number of cars on its streets.


No $hit!!

Lets get this right. Sharif birathers are going to get their respective goberments to "purchase" used cars and give them to the unemployed (read - unemployable) momeens and momeenettes so that they can use those cars as a source of income? Who thought up of this "scheme"? Where was he when he came up with this gem - on the toilet?

150,000 cars @ $5,000 per used car = $750 Million (where's the money coming from?)
10% commission - $75 Million for the birathers.
More cars mean more roadwork mean more capital expenditure (money which they don't have) mean more commissions.
Don't forget, the surge in use of gas (petrol). Guess who owns the gas stations?
Aha! That's how it works.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1328352/punja ... oyed-youth

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - March 17, 2017

Postby SSridhar » 21 Apr 2017 18:55

anupmisra wrote: . . .
10% commission - $75 Million for the birathers.
. . .

Hey, 10% is the trademark of Dus Percenti only, cannot be encroached upon by the brothers. Anyway, the brothers are costlier than Dus Percenti. I would put it between 15 & 20%.

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Postby SSridhar » 21 Apr 2017 18:59

anupmisra wrote:. . . Ex-PM Gillani's son charged in ephedrine scandal . . .

Is he the same same guy who enjoyed the hospitality of the 'bad Taliban' for three years or is he another one?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - March 17, 2017

Postby SBajwa » 21 Apr 2017 19:26

by Vikas
Bajwa Ji, I have seen this video but what is the point. Sorry for being noob


According to the NSA India has all of these available options
1. Economic
2. Intelligence operations inside Pakistan.
3. Covert military operations.
4. Overt military operations.
5. Intelligence operations against Pakistan in other countries.

and so forth! It was congress government that kept sending dossiers instead of doing its Dharma!!

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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 23:31

Children In Pakistani Schools Being Taught To Hate Christians.

Pakistani Schools Continue to Inject Hatred Toward Christians Through Educational Materials

Schools in Pakistan teach children to hate Christians and other religious minorities despite the government's promise to get rid of hate materials.
he International Christian Concern found out that public school curriculums in the country are still injected with anti-Christian bias. One educational material discovered by the ICC talks about "Christian rulers" engaging in a necessary war with Muslims."Because Christian rulers were led by fanatic priests, that war with Muslims is necessary for the protection of cross," the material, used for Class 7th Social Studies, said.Another one for Class 8th Social Studies talked about how Christian pastors "degraded other religions." Anything other than Malsi is considered "haram" :mrgreen:
In reaction to the study, USCIRF Chairman Robert P. George commented that Pakistani textbooks contain "deeply troubling content" that views non-Muslims as "inferior" and does not acknowledge their rights."Missing from these textbooks are any references to the rights of religious minorities and their positive contributions to Pakistan's development," he said in a statement, adding that the education system should promote religious tolerance. On the other hand, Pakistanis and other Muslims immigrants to US, Canada, UK and other countries start "demanding" prayer rooms and time off from schools or work for Friday prayers ( or ban on pork products in school ) and if denied the same , "cry discrimation" :x
In one case the ICC investigated, a Christian student sustained injuries, including a fractured wrist, after refusing to convert to Islam. The student's teacher reportedly demanded that she turn away from Christianity, but when she didn't, the teacher beat her with a cricket bat.The ICC calls on believers to pray for "our suffering brothers and sisters and for the flourishing of Christian students in Pakistan." For the sake of seeking aid from Christian Nations and Church Organizations , Pakistan pays lip service to religious tolerance !

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Postby anupmisra » 21 Apr 2017 23:32

SSridhar wrote:
anupmisra wrote:. . . Ex-PM Gillani's son charged in ephedrine scandal . . .

Is he the same same guy who enjoyed the hospitality of the 'bad Taliban' for three years or is he another one?


One and only. Like father like son.

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Postby anupmisra » 21 Apr 2017 23:33

Falijee wrote:Sindhi Bees Take Revenge On Paki Trainee Cops - Proverbial Justice :roll:

Furious bees sting nine trainee cops


Raa agents?

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Postby Falijee » 21 Apr 2017 23:48

Two Examples Of " Paki Fake News" ; One is from today and one from the pre-social media age !


434 militants surrender in Balochistan Today [*]
[*] Note the preciseness of the number to give it an allure of reality :mrgreen:


Load-shedding problem to be solved by 1986 - DAWN.

How long does it take to "solve" loadshedding ? ( not with "buzzwords" !) 10 years, 20 years , 30 years, or now 40 years :lol:

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Postby Bheeshma » 22 Apr 2017 00:10

:rotfl: Someone should put it on twitter.

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 00:20

Ganja Sharif Got Off Scot Free In Spite Of This Damning Induction ! Says A Lot About The "Quality" Of Paki Justice :x

Hajam Sethi, in his Friday Times ( Gup Shup ) has speculated that one of the Justices was "persuaded " to change his opinion "over a period of weeks" !

Rumour has it …

Although The Man of Steel & Co are celebrating, the fact of the matter is that they’ve got a favourable judgment by the skin of their teeth. Rumour has it that His Lordship III was on the other side, being a former junior of The Great Khan’s legal eagle. Had he remained on that side, it would’ve been curtains for The Man of Steel. But over a period of weeks, he was convinced of the wisdom of becoming part of The Trio.( bribing by Ganja ? ) Isloo’s wags are also saying that all who matter had got wind of The Judgment a day before – just the gist and not the small print – and that’s why there was calm at The Man’s of Steel’s abode, and disappointment amidst The Great Khan’s horde.

So, according to this , one of the" Mylaardship" floated a "trial baloon" , flaunting confidentiality and violation of basic ethic rules by discussing the case with others in a social setting ! So much so for objectiveness of Paki "Supreme Court judgements" :lol:
PS: One of the ex CJP during the Mush era ( whose Doctor Son has been "rumoured" to have made a lot of corrupt money by using his influence with his father !) was awarded an "international award" in the cause of law and justice in Pakistan !

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Postby anupmisra » 22 Apr 2017 00:21

Falijee wrote:Two Examples Of " Paki Fake News" ; One is from today and one from the pre-social media age !

434 militants surrender in Balochistan Today [*]


From the above:

“Innocent people were martyred at the behest of elements who are the slaves of RAW and no compromise would be made over the writ of the government,” added the chief minister.


As if on cue:

“We were deceived,” said Sher Mohammad, a key commander of the proscribed BLA, while Dur Khan Baloch, another key commander, said they will “no longer fight for the Indians”.

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Postby Gus » 22 Apr 2017 00:28

shiv would be happy to note that without a handful regulars bumping this thread now and then...this thread would drop below the radar..

10-12 years ago, this was the hottest thread sucking all the attention. Without attacks inside India, pakis get zero attention....hope it stays that way.


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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 01:10

US. Senator Saves An American Baloch From I.S.I . Torture !

Story of an American Baloch who spent 10 months in ISI dungeons
Ahmar Mustikhan
“My personal enmity is only with the ISI,” US citizen Afzal Bugti, 57, a successful businessman from Chicago, who went back to Pakistan, said. There were rumors that he had been abducted because of personal enmity when he vanished into thin air in May 2016, trackless. Bugti’s cardinal son: talking on the phone with his tribal chief, who is also his party chief, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti in Geneva.
“I am alive today simply because I am an American,” Bugti said on phone from Karachi. “For 10 long months I did not see the light of the day, when I was freed from the dungeon my eyes could not stand the day’s light.”
Spooks of the infamous Inter-Services Intelligence descended on his apartment in upper middle class Phase 6 Defense Housing Authority apartment on the morning of May 4, 2016. “They were four or five people in militia uniform. They handcuffed me and put a mask on my face,” Bugti said. Afzal Bugti was then taken to an ISI torture chamber in Malir cantonment. “Their first question was ‘who do you have in Switzerland? What are your relations with Brahumdagh Bugti?’,” the ISI spooks asked him. Afzal Bugti replied, “Brahumdagh Bugti is my relative. My late father Judge Ali Dost Bugti and Brahumdagh Bugti’s grandfather Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti were first cousins. In addition I am member of his party, the Baloch Republican Party.” As someone said "most states have an Army ; in Pakistan, the Army has a State !
He said the ISI sleuths chained his legs in Malir cantonment. “I was kept in a five by seven feet cage with four other inmates.” Where are the Human Rights Agencies !
“I was kept without water or food for 24 or more hours. Was not allowed to sleep with light bulb shining before my eyes. When I said I have done nothing and don’t know nothing they would say, ‘You are lying.’ They used water boarding. They would overpower me and shove my face and head in water. I felt as if I was dead.”He said after he would faint they would take him back to the cell. “Then again the torture would begin all over again., which included beatings and hanging me upside down.”
One of the main questions he was asked was “Where are the Sarmachars (Baloch freedom fighters)?” Bugti said he told his tormentors he was willing to give them in writing that he was the head of the Baloch uprising. At the ISI dungeon in Malir Cantonment, “They asked me all whole lot of questions, ‘What is your relations with people on Facebook? Who gives the money for holding Nawab Bugti’s anniversary? Who funds the Baloch militants, India or Afghanistan? Where is your money?” He said he offered to show them his bank statements to convince them all his monies were invested in properties, worth $ 2 million. “I told them everything I have is written in black and white.”
Bugti praises his brother-in-law Nabi Baloch for encouraging his sister Farah Baloch to travel to Karachi all the way from Cockseyville in Maryland, within 20 days of his enforced disappearance. A few weeks after she got to Karachi and began contact with the US consulate, the intense torture subsided. However, within six days of his abduction, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had also stepped in to save an American life. So Massa still has lots of clout when it comes to saving an American Citizen !
After eight months of ISI captivity in Karachi and final two months in Islamabad, he was finally able to see the light of the day on March 9. “My eyes were all watery on seeing light and I could keep my eyes open,” he said. Bugti’s brother in law, Nabi Baloch, profusely thanked Senator Ben Cardin and his staff, especially caseworker Chris Pumphrey, who assisted the family in getting Ali Afzal Bugti released. “If was not for Senator Cardin, he would have been still in custody of Pakistani authorities,” Nabi Baloch said. “Credit also goes to US Consulate for their efforts to locate Mr Bugti and pressure Islamabad to have their citizen released. It was because of these efforts, we see Mr Bugti alive today.” Wonder, where was Ganja Sharif the PM ( in name only !) when all this was happening - London, Istanbul or Raiwand ?
Farah Baloch, sister of Afzal Bugti, said she is elated her brother is alive. “I thought that I will never see him again, but I did not give up. I had full confidence in my American government to rescue my brother.”Afzal Bugti thanks Hakim Baloch, member of parliament who belongs to the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz and M. Richardson, American Citizens Services officer and Rodney S. LeGrand, consular section chief at the US consulate in Karachi for saving his life.
On the final day of his captivity, the intelligence sleuths told him, “Listen up. Neither we know who you are, nor you know who we are. Be careful, there won’t be a second chance.” So when he went before the judge to officially close the case, Afzal Bugti said he said knew what the outcome would be if he told the truth to the judge– most judges in Pakistan are subservient to the omnipotent ISI. “I told the judge I was not feeling well due to stress. So I slipped away for a fiesta.” But to this correspondent, he said, “What I went through, I won’t wish it for my worst enemy.”
Bugti can indeed thank his lucky American stars he is alive. Zaffar Baloch, president of the Baloch National Movement in Toronto, says the most conservative figures, cited by human rights practitioners, is many as 1,800 people have fallen victim to Pakistan’s torture, kill and dump policy while the number of victims of enforced disappearances is more than 8,000.
Pakistan is a signatory to the Convention Against Torture but reports say torture is widely practiced by the state to crush dissent. Pakistan is a signatory to "lots of other international treaties and obligations " :mrgreen:


PS: If this has happened to an American Citizen, one can imagine what Mr. Jadav, the Indian Citizen accused of spying is probably going through ( if he is alive !)

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 04:41

Severing Gilgit Baltistan’s Kashmir link
Priyanka Singh

Subsuming Gilgit Baltistan as a province may propel a paradigmatic shift and redrawing of Kashmir strategy across both sides of the Line of Control.
Elevating Gilgit Baltistan as a province is likely to be a tough call for Pakistan since it could be construed as severing its Kashmir link. All along, the region had been designated as disputed citing its Kashmir connection. Since 1947, based on this construct, Gilgit Baltistan has been perpetually reeling in a state of political deprivation and disempowerment. Further, a provision in Pakistan’s Constitution binds the region to the future of the Kashmir issue. The link is enshrined in Article 257 of Pakistan’s Constitution, which defines the country’s equation with those parts of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir it continues to hold. The article posits: “When the people of the State of Jammu and Kashmir decide to accede to Pakistan, the relationship between Pakistan and the State shall be determined in accordance with the wishes of the people of that State.”2


Long article, interesting points ; province poses a "problem for Pakistan " !

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 05:02

Blasphemy Endemic Out Of Control In Pakiland :shock:

Mob attacks man in Chitral accused of making 'blasphemous remarks'

A mob attacked a man and beat him brutally inside a mosque in Chitral after he was accused of uttering blasphemous remarks following Friday prayers.The man, who is yet to be identified, is alleged to have pushed the imam of the mosque to allow him to speak after jummah prayers, a local present at the site told DawnNews. Eyewitnesses claim the man then uttered 'blasphemous remarks' amidst the prayer gathering.Blasphemy fever reaches it's peak height on Friday afternoon and subsides and then gradually ; starts picking up again around Wednesday; non-momeens are advised in their own interest to stay indoors on Thursdays and Fridays
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As worshippers started beating the man, the mosque's imam, fearing for the man's life, handed him over to the police.Police took the man to the local police station for his protection. They said they were trying to ascertain the man's mental health.A First Information Report (FIR) has been filed against the man over charges of blasphemy and terrorism, Deputy Commissioner Chitral Shahab Yousafzai told DawnNews. Frontier and vigilante justice !
Soon after the accused was shifted, the mob attacked and broke into the police station amid aerial firing and heavy tear gas shelling from the police. The firing resulted in power outages nearby as transmission lines were damaged by bullets.The situation remained volatile, police said, while they attempted to cool the mob down and restore peace in the area.The Frontier Constabulary also reached the police station to assist with maintaining law and order, a police official said, adding that "3,000 to 4,000 people" were still present outside the police station.The district administration has called a meeting of the local ulema and officials to discuss the incident.
The Mullah cum Islamic brigade, the final arbiters of all things Islamic in Pakiland !
The incident comes days after a vigilante mob lynched 23-year-old Mardan university student Mashal Khan over allegations of blasphemy.The brutal lynching, which occurred inside the premises of Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, had invited unanimous condemnation from the National Assembly.Lawmakers and religious scholars alike repeatedly stressed after the Mashal case that mobs cannot be allowed to take the law into their own hands. In the meantime, Maulana Fazl and Jamaat E Islami have warned the Central Govt that they will not allow any changes to be made to the Blasphemy Laws !
An investigation into Mashal’s murder is on-going and arrests are being made. :(( . And in the meantime an innocent life has been lost !

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Postby arun » 22 Apr 2017 10:03

^^^ Besides the (attempted) bull cutlet aka Wajib ul Qatl incidents in Chitral and Mardan mentioned in the article posted above, there was also a bull cutleting in Sialkot carried out by three Burqua / Burka clad women per Dawn in an article datelined Thursday April 20, 2017.

The Mohammadden Terrorism fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan is certainly working hard to maintain its self given title of “Land of the Pure” by ensuring that the Greener and Purer exterminate the less Green and less Pure among other reasons for committing blasphemy :roll: :

Three sisters kill man booked for blasphemy in Sialkot

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 15:53

La- Whore "High Court Fraternity" Gives One Week Ultimatum To Ganja Sharif To Resign :shock:

PS: Is this the same "Bar Association" , who came out in "vigorous support" for Gov Taseer's killer- the " Barelvi" Mr. Qadri :roll:

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Postby SSridhar » 22 Apr 2017 15:56

Time to dismantle terror safe havens: India on Afghan attack - PTI

Time to dismantle terror safe heavens in Pakistan has come and gone many times before.

India on Friday strongly condemned the terror attack on an army base in northern Afghanistan, saying it is a stark reminder of the need to immediately dismantle safe havens sustaining terrorism from outside that country's borders.

The external affairs ministry, in a statement, said India remained steadfast in its support to Afghanistan in fighting all forms of terrorism.

More than 100 Afghan soldiers were killed and wounded in a coordinated Taliban attack on the army base near the Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif on Friday.

"The terrorist attack is a stark reminder of the need to immediately dismantle the safe havens and sanctuaries that support and sustain terrorism in Afghanistan from outside its borders," the MEA said, in an apparent reference to the terror infrastructure in Pakistan.

It said the government and the people of India extend their deepest condolences and stand with the government and people of Afghanistan at this difficult moment.

"India remains steadfast in its support to Afghanistan in fighting all forms of terrorism and bringing perpetrators of terrorist violence to justice, wherever they maybe," the statement said.


Whom are we asking to dismantle Pakistan? The US is *NOT* going to do so. It is solely upon us to perform that honourable task. There is *NO OTHER OPTION* for India.

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Postby Peregrine » 22 Apr 2017 16:01

Federal Board of Revenue: Panama cases older than 5 years not to be opened
ISLAMABAD: The tax authorities will not open those Panama cases in which transactions have taken place more than five years ago due to limitations imposed under the law, said Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Revenue Haroon Akhtar Khan on Friday.
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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 16:04

Corrupt Son Of A Corrupt DIG Probably Meets Proverbial Justice :roll:

Security guard kills son of Peshawar DIG in Karachi's DHA

A police guard murdered the 27-year-old son of deputy inspector general (DIG) of Peshawar police at their residence in Karachi's Defence Housing Authority (DHA) early Saturday, police said.Umair Shahab, son of DIG inquiries and inspection Peshawar Shahab Mazhar Wali, was strangled to death by Faqir Mohammad, a police guard stationed for security at their house in Khayaban-e-Seher of DHA Phase 6 during a scuffle.
After killing Umair, the suspect locked himself in a room. Police broke down the door and took him into custody.According to police, Faqir Mohammad in his confessional statement said he had intended to ask Umair's mother to give him Rs200,000, which he wanted to send to his family in his native village. When he tried to approach the woman to ask her for the amount, he was accosted by Umair, who stopped him from going upstairs to his mother's room. In this case, it was not "revenge killing but plain robbery " , but Pashtuns under the code of "Pashtunwali", have long memory are known to "go after" ex police and ex army officers , who have "wronged them" ( or their families )as recent media reports have suggested :mrgreen:
A police official speaking to DawnNews said Faqir Mohammad hails from Sindh's Kashmore district and was serving as a security guard at DIG's Shahab's house for past 6-7 months.

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Postby yensoy » 22 Apr 2017 16:05

anupmisra wrote:
Falijee wrote:Sindhi Bees Take Revenge On Paki Trainee Cops - Proverbial Justice :roll:

Furious bees sting nine trainee cops


Raa agents?


Raa honey trap

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 16:13

Which Is The Bigger "Epidemic In Pakiland" ; Competition Between Blasphemy And Honor Killing ! ( This Time It is "Honor Killing" )

Girl shot dead, another injured in name of 'honour' in Sindh

Three women including a mother of four children were attacked by their relatives in the past 24 hours in three different districts of Sindh. One of these women was killed in the name of 'honour', police said.
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A teenage girl was shot dead by her fiance's brother in a suspected case of 'honour killing' in Kari Dandh village within the limits of Noor Keti, Matiari district.Basheer Ahmed Rind opened fire on Mehnaz, killing her on the spot as he suspected that she had an illicit relationship with a man other than his brother, police said.An FIR has been registered against five suspects, including the main accused, on the complaint of Mehar Rind, the father of the murdered girl.
Mirpurkhas 'black magic' murderRamchand Kolhi axed his wife to death in village Ali Khan Rind near Naukot town of Mirpurkhas district. Harnia Kolhi, the slain woman, was the mother of four young kids. (" Black Magic" added onto the mix !
Girl shot for 'honour' A teenaged girl was shot at and injured in Daharki town of Ghotki district by her cousin. The injured girl, Sadaf, was rushed to a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan in a critical condition.According to police, Sadaf had eloped to contract a marriage of her free will with a young boy of the same town but she was caught by her parents ( permission denied !) and area residents and handed over to the police.

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 16:28

ISPR Still "Managing Publicity" On Behalf Of Ex COAS Raheel :roll:

Saudi Arabia has not formally requested deployment of Pakistani troops: army

The Wall Street Journal quoting Pakistani officials had earlier reported: “Under pressure from Riyadh, close ally Pakistan will provide a separate force of some 5,000 men to Saudi Arabia to help guard its vulnerable south, close to the border with Yemen.”
The army says Saudi Arabia has so far not formally requested for additional troops deployment.“Formal” request “for troops has not been yet received”, ISPR Director General Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor told Dawn. “If (additional) troops are sent they will not operate outside KSA,” he added.During his visit to Saudi Arabia soon after assuming the command, Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa had assured the kingdom’s leadership of continued commitment to security and territorial integrity of Saudi Arabia. Mixed signals from Ryadh and Isloo; they need to employ an American Style PR Firm . Saudis are known to be notoriously incompetent . That is why they need "Raheel's (Pakjabi) Muscle to set them straight :mrgreen:
Any deployment, if it happens, would test a 2015 parliamentary resolution that asked the government to “maintain neutrality in the Yemen conflict”. The resolution adopted after a five-day joint parliamentary session had at the same time stated that Pakistan should stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Saudi Arabia to protect the latter’s territorial integrity.A source told Dawn that discussions on additional troops deployment were at an advanced stage between the two countries. Due to Money Diplomacy, the Saudis will have their way unless Ganja is made to resign because of "Pajamagate" and Immy is sworn in as the next PM ( He has "vowed" to remain neutral in the Sunni- Shia tussle, but then he has always been known for speaking from both sides of his mouth ) :mrgreen:

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Postby Peregrine » 22 Apr 2017 16:30

Falijee wrote:La- Whore "High Court Fraternity" Gives One Week Ultimatum To Ganja Sharif To Resign :shock:

PS: Is this the same "Bar Association" , who came out in "vigorous support" for Gov Taseer's killer- the " Barelvi" Mr. Qadri :roll:
Falijee Ji :
Methinks mayhaps the La- Whore "High Court Fraternity" is controlled by the Clapistani Army!
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Postby Peregrine » 22 Apr 2017 16:44

'Pak sheltering Qaida's al-Zawahari whose last wish is big attack on US', says Newsweek

NEW DELHI: Al-Qaida chief Ayman al-Zawahiri is being sheltered by Pakistan's ISI, possibly in Karachi, and the Islamic terrorist's "desperate last wish" is a last, big, blowout attack on the US "before folding his eyes", multiple sources told Newsweek.

As for Hamza bin Laden, al-Zawahiri's dead protege's son, he, too, is in Pakistan, also being sheltered by the ISI, a former top Pakistani official said to Newsweek.

The Pakistani intelligence agency been protecting al-Zawahiri since US forces evicted Al-Qaida from Afghanistan in late 2001, according to several sources that Newsweek terms "authoritative". And the US was likely in the know about his whereabouts, because last year in January, the Barack Obama administration went after him with a drone and almost got him.

"The drone hit next to the room where Dr. Zawahiri was staying," a "senior" militant from region told Newsweek. "The shared wall collapsed, and debris from the explosion showered on him and broke his glasses, but luckily he was safe," the militant added.

In fact, al-Zawahiri, has survived "several" drone attacks since 2001, an Afghan Taliban leader told Newsweek. He added that the Al-Qaida leader was "no longer welcome" in areas controlled by his group because it's engaged in peace negotiations with the Afghan government and doesn't want to be seen as "a threat to world peace."

That's why the ISI - which the Afghan Taliban refers to as "the black leg" - moved al-Zawahiri to Karachi. The Pakistani port city "makes sense" as a sanctuary, the former Pakistani official told Newsweek. That's because the city has widespread sympathies for militant Islam, has congested 19th-century streets and a large Pakistani military presence.

In fact, it's the same official who said he is a "100 percent" sure that bin Laden's 26-year-old son, Hamza, a rising "star", is also in the country under ISI protection.

Several experts say that till today, Al-Qaida remains a potent force with the ability to attack the US again and that the Donald Trump administration recognizes that.

In fact, Bruce Riedel, a 30-year CIA veteran, points to a 2014 plot by Al-Qaeda to place sympathizers on a Pakistani frigate, hijack it and use it to "attack American naval ships in the Indian Ocean, or maybe Indian ships, or maybe both."

As Riedel told Newsweek: Imagine if a Pakistani frigate packed with explosives—or a nuclear device—"sank an American aircraft carrier".

"That would change world history".

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - March 17, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 22 Apr 2017 16:45

Generally, such "impromptu" demonstrations by these types of administrative bodies in bakistan are sanctioned by the army (or read: the agencies). I wish such paki news articles would start with the phrase "And, as if on cue,...".

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Postby Falijee » 22 Apr 2017 18:39

Why Is This "Chief Money Launderer" Of Ganja Sharif Poking His Pakjabi Nose Into Fauji And Bum Matters :roll:

Pakistan’s nuclear assets completely safe: Dar

“Pakistan’s command and control system as well as nuclear safety regime remain robust and are at par with international standards,” he said in response to a question at an event arranged by the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC. “In fact, Pakistan is providing nuclear security training to regional countries at its Centre for Excellence for nuclear security.” Massa should take due note of "what kind of training" is provided - is it the famous "IT" :roll: )


Is he trying to divert Aam Abdul's attention from Panamagate, where he has been named as a possible culprit , or is he in for promotion to Defense Portfolio, ( for saving Ganja from the Panamagate gallows) .
On the other hand, the present DM ( Asif ), it seems is making too many noises with his TWITTER account and some of his statements like threatening India and Israel have garnered international attention. He has been ridiculed ( by the Paki media, no less !) as the "peddler of fake news". :mrgreen:


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