Benazir Bhutto and Imran Khan: Decisions of Conscience???

Posted on November 22, 2007
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Photo of the Day, Society
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Credits for photos belong to Pervaiz Munir Alvi saheb. He took the photos on his recent trip to Pakistan and graciously shared them with me. The location is the Grand Trunk (now called highway N5) in Punjab.

While we have discussed Declaration of Emergency, Chronology of a Meltdown, mis-treatment of Imran Khan in recent past, one topic that got missed is what’s Benazir Bhutto up to these days? We would like to hear from our readers. Today, on my drive back from office, I was listening to Imran Khan‘s interview on National Public Radio (NPR). On a question of joining forces with Benazir, Imran Khan replied:

“We would love to join Benazir, except we don’t know whose side she is on today….There is a big mistrust of each other among opposition parties these days”.

I agree. What do you think? Above photos are in no way ATP’s endorsement to Benazir. They simply reflect a glimpse of our society. In addition to that, I personally enjoyed reading the slogan: “faisla zameer da….”

97 responses to “Benazir Bhutto and Imran Khan: Decisions of Conscience???”

  1. Sarim says:

    Benazir is so unpredictable and we all wd see that she becomes the PM which is impossible if she hasn’t have a deal with Musharraf. Benazir was elected twice in democratic elections in Pakistan. Both times she failed miserably, yet now she talks about

  2. Sohail Agha says:

    Something else going on in the Civil Society : me-sindh-high-court-non-pco-judges/ elegation-meets-non-pco-judges-of-the-sindh-high-c ourt/#more-1264

  3. Aqil Sajjad says:

    I was not referring to you and understand that you do not hold this opinion. However, a large number of people do have this view and I was referring to them.

  4. Viqar Minai says:

    “One position is to want her out of politics regardless of whether its done legally and constitutionally”.

    Which group is it, Aqil. I haven’t seen anyone suggest it. Could you cite the post please?

  5. Ahmad R. Shahid says:


    I think PML(N) has not been the establishment’s party since the time NS started picking fights with different COASs.

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