Bhutto under House Arrest – “Nazar Bannd”

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I’ve just heard on the “wireless” that BB has been placed under house arrest. She announced the “long march” and hey presto, she too has been made “nazar bannd”… the entire nation is at the mercy of the armed forces once again in our turbulent 60 years having to submit our fate to the Armed forces – again.
At the same time we have seen how easily chacha Bush has so much influence over our dear leadership – one phone call and we are on the road to “democracy” !..

The question I’d like to ask is where is the United Opposition ?? it seems each party has once again resorted to thier petty demands which Musharaff easily exploited to his advantage earlier in this year.
Who will lead Pakistan out of this quagmire ?

12 Comments so far

  1. allama (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 12:48 pm

    oye dhakan, I was looking for you in Liaqat Bagh. Whats up?


  2. WK (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 12:51 pm

    BB WAS TRYING SAME THING WOT SHE DID IN KARACHI…. ROAD MARCH AND GIVE A CHANCE TO SUCIDE BOMBS SO RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD HAVE SOME 150 DEATHS ….

    GOVT HAVE TRY TO STOP HER BEFORE SHE DID NOT STOPED AND NOW AGAIN SHE IS TRYING TAKE LAW IN HER HANDS….

    NOP NOP NOP

    BB GEE STAY HOME WE WILL SAVE YOU
    PEACE NOW


  3. Kamran (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 1:06 pm

    Keep her in-forever


  4. Julien Pain (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 2:14 pm

    Hi,
    I’m a journalist at http://www.france24.com.
    I’d like to get in touch with the editors of this blog. Could you e-mail me? A phone number would be great…


  5. Fauzan (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 3:12 pm

    I’d say, better be safe than sorry. Despite protective measures, last time around, many innocent people lost their lives and almost all of them were those who were merely there as supporters. Divorcing my self from whether I am a People’s Party supporter or not, this move by the PPP chair-person is more of a politically motivated one than a stand-off for democracy.


  6. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 4:07 pm

    And welcome to Islamabad Metroblog Team, Majad :-)


  7. Zios (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 4:50 pm

    The foreign script seems to work as it was supposed to…BB and General try to get sympathies for BB by putting her under ” house arrest”.Naive people still believe the woman who was an absconder, who left all her ‘jiyalays’ and ‘her country’ to avoid corruption cases and jail is back to put herself in danger.
    Everything that has happened after her come back is according to the plot. The moving fingers of their ‘LORDS’ in DC have written a better script but this time more Pakistanis are aware of the story behind the scenes than ever before.
    From childhood we read ” what you sow, so shall you reap”…be it Mirza, Ayub, Yahya, Zia, BB, Sharif, Musharraf BUT each of them believed s/he is different from previous dictator.
    Why don’t you rulers learn something from history…why don’t you realize you are worth of gold ONLY if Pakistan is there…


  8. Neena (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 9:10 pm

    PS. Resubmitting again as first one was missing the comments I was reffering to.

    Not all urdu speakers are MQM walas

    True, I’m one of them btw I was referring to the majority. There were some protests by Karachi Lawyers and Journalists but still they were in minority. Even some stupid karachiites are making it a racial issue. Wake up; it’s fight between Army and Civilians, the same Army who took part in dividing the Pakistan, the same one who created this clutter. Until Auyub things were different, after him all the mess started with the creation of Bangladesh and all. Karachi was rewarded whenever they slightly sided with popular force; the only Steel Mill is an attestation of it. I know about later events too and how MQM was created to counteract Bhutto factor in Sindh but still majority never knew where to stand. Just like today local leaders need to come forward and register their protest – the same leaders who are quick too quick to blame BB or Nawaz Sharif looting the country but have nothing to say about Army’s looting. It doesn’t say much about their literacy rate but their stupidity.

    Even people of Punjab are not dumb, common sense prevails throughout the country.

    Don’t fret about Punjab they know when to act or react and they are doing it doesn’t matter under whose leadership. BTW I always believed that revolution comes from Punjab due to its size and government share. So I’m not worried about the future of this country but I had real concern about Karachi, yet again who decided to stay play as black sheep. Don’t complain when Karachi suffers yet again.


  9. Neena (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 9:16 pm

    Oops, above comment was for KMB. This happens when one opens two MBs side by side ;). If it’s not too much please delete it.


  10. Neena (unregistered) on November 9th, 2007 @ 9:23 pm

    A slide show about PPP supporters protest and arrest.


  11. Aamir Ali (unregistered) on November 13th, 2007 @ 11:41 am

    Please dont make Bhutto PM. She failed twice and doesnt deserve a third chance, even if the West wants it.


  12. asa (unregistered) on November 13th, 2007 @ 7:52 pm

    wat the hell is going on in our beloved country destoyred by one bloody idiot Army kuta General mushy…he has ruled 8 years in country killed thousands of ppl,corruptions is all time high,Army persons make billions of ruppess Still Army wants more…khude ke waste maaf karo Army walo..leave this country lets arrange free & fair election no matter whoever will win rule this country



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