Broken Bond…

PML(N) and PPP coalition is now officially broken. The alliance that formed a major energy source that led stepping down of Musharraf as the President of Pakistan is now no more. Zardari is not in favor of getting the deposed/ disposed Judges back and Nawaz Sharif REALLY wanted the Judges to be back.

Economy is becoming slightly better (KESC) and the price of Gas will now be 44 Rs per kg. I wonder what will happen of the electricity issues.

Now that the political situation is entering another turmoil, what are your predictions – reader, dear reader?

Does a Broken Bond mean a Broken Promise?

In that case, can we really trust any of them – the leaders.

So speak out, readers – future leaders!!!

Hum dekhaingai, lazim hai kai hum bhi dekhaingai…

5 Comments so far

  1. kmsalik on August 26th, 2008 @ 4:12 pm

    Taail dheekho taail ki dheekho

  2. kmsalik on August 26th, 2008 @ 4:13 pm

    Taail dheekho taail ki dhaar dheekho.
    Well done Nawaz sharif.

  3. farhang on August 26th, 2008 @ 11:12 pm

    Used to love this blog to read news about islamabad. Yes islamabad the city news.

    Now it’s more political news then city new.

    Please stop these news, plenty of other sites for these.

  4. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on August 27th, 2008 @ 5:02 pm

    @farhang, being the capital city … a few things comes with the package :)

    do u have any suggested story .. plz let us know through ur comments!!

  5. kaami on August 30th, 2008 @ 9:14 am

    Economy is lightly better…. This very sentence shows a lack of understanding / naivity from your part.

    Here are my after thoughts:

    1/ How come various talk show hosts / bloggers have conveniently ignored the news that a Swiss court has just unfrozen a 50 million dollar Account of Mr. Asif Zardari. He is a public figure so his accounts are in public domain, so questions should be asked?

    2/ A question for our judges. How come a low level British Magistrate forced Mr. Sharif to return 400 million dollars to a Bank, whereas, our judges despite all the evidence did not have the guts to convict anyone for 8 years, all they did was give dates and made money. Now people raise hue and cry about judiciary. What a farse?

    These thiefs accumulated wealth when the total foreign exchange reserve of the country was around 500 million dollars, and you know what, 50 million is 10% of the whole country’s reserve at that time, (how appropriate) and 400 million is 80%. Now they are Sahibs, No doubt whining, forgetful and impatient nations get what they deserve.

    No country is without problems, be that economic or political, same is the case with Pakistan. Pakistan’s economic problems have dramatically changed from what they were in 1999. At that time it was a destitute country begging for money to meet quarterly IMF deadlines, on the other hand, banks were giving yellow cabs for free to the political workers and every major financial institution was on the verge of collapse. There were grand govt sponsored scams like "Qarz uttaro Mulk Sanwaro" , "Saver Raffle", "Vision 2010" and "All projects to Daewoo" – all this conveniently forgotten . Now there are problems too (I quote) :

    “Now Pakistan faces higher quality problems—the problems of success. Demand has risen faster than supply. This has shown up in high inflation and a zooming trade deficit. The “tight fiscal, easy money” formula to get growth going needs to be “tight fiscal, tight money and credit” to sustain rapid growth. Idle domestic production capacity allowed the rising demand to be accommodated by rising capacity utilization in cement, steel, fertilizer, textiles, automobiles and motorcycles. Now that capacity is more than fully utilized, resulting in backlogs and imports”

    To top it off the real problems are: living in denial, blame everything on on US mentality, sympathy for fanatics and most importantly "lack of quality sex"

    Comment: This post originally intended for this section, wrongly posted on other topic …. sorry.

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