Posted on August 10, 2007
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53 responses to “A.K. Brohi: Insights Into a Legal Mind”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    A. K. Brohi, Law Minister & Advisor for Religious Affairs of Zia: The Mind Behind the Evil.

    ~~he (Brohi) replied in a manner, which I am sure not sixteen in our population of one hundred and sixty million could do. ~~

    Well, I hope the other fifteen never get a chance to wreck the havoc Brohi did and keep their manners to themselves. We have had more than enough damage with just one.

  2. Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi says:

    I mentioned Cornelius as an eminent jurist and still hold that view. I am not defending Mr Brohi but I am not accusing him either of crimes he did not commit. Who were the first recruits of Zia – Ghulam Ishaq Khan and in a few hours more Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada. Please read the books written on the Zia era and educate yourself why was Brohi eased out first from the Law Ministry and later from the cabinet. Why were pygmies like Mian Tufail closer to Zia and against him after he remarked there was no room for the clergy in Islam. You make it sound like he was in Zia’s bedroom every night. Only history will judge who was right or wrong. Please dont try to impose your confused views more confusedly. As far as I am concerned this is the end of discussion!

  3. Watan Aziz says:

    On the matter of who introduced Justice A. R. Cornelius to the discussion:

    Your post: