Posted on October 2, 2008
Filed Under >Adil Najam, People, Politics
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49 responses to “Gen. Musharraf Speaks: But What Is He Thinking?”

  1. Shafiq says:

    I think Musharraf will be President again within 2 years.

  2. Aamir Ali says:


    The military came to power with the support of politicians and the public, which has become disillusioned with total corruption and failure of your beloved heroes like Nawaz Sharif etc.

    Unfortunately Pakistanis are a restless people and within a few years of a govt coming, they then want change.

    Your beloved “democrats” have been in power for 1 year now and you tell me the improvement in Pakistan’s situation or even what the policies of these democrats are.

  3. aabi says:

    Musharraf was forced out for his despotic misdeeds before 2012. In his speeches, he is most likely to justify and defend his monstrous failures, flaws, faults, misdeeds and wrongdoings. Musharraf violated Pakistan constitution and laws (PCO and LFO); he turned a blind eye to judicial killings; he dismissed sixty judges, including Pakistan chief justice and illegally held him under house arrest for months; he allowed the US to violate Pakistan

  4. ASAD says:

    Has anyone seen this in Daily Times:
    “LAHORE: Former president Gen(r) Pervez Musharraf arrived in Lahore on Saturday. Sources said Musharraf arrived in Lahore via special plane and left for an unknown location under tight security. nni”  \10\19\story_19-10-2008_pg7_9