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Horrible tale of torture on MNA Jamshed Dasti – Rana Sanaullah & Nawaz Sharif Ordered Torture by J Choudhry

Horrible tale of torture on MNA Jamshed Dasti – Rana Sanaullah, Pakistan’s Interior Minister  & Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Ordered Torture

by J Choudhry

https://www.facebook.com/siasat.pk/videos/10154586587276766/

ایم این اے جمشید دستی کی رو رو کر چیف جسٹس پاکستان سے سو موٹو کی دردمندانہ اپیل ” مجھے ٹارچر کیا جا رہا ہے ، مجھے چوہوں اور بچھوووں والے سیل میں رکھا گیا ہے ، 6 دن سے بھوکا ہوں ، میری بہن کو تیسری…

This is horrible……… I just saw a video of Jamshed Dusti, who is crying and weeping from jail-van asking Chief Justice and others to take suo motto and save his life.

 
Dasti said he is hungry for the past six days, not being allowed to sleep, being tortured in the cell with rats and scorpions.
 
Dasti is an elected MNA of poor people,  has been jailed to face the wrath of the rulers for raising his voice against rulers injustices.
 
J Choudhry  

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To All Pakistanis & International Friends- Eid Mubarak- Happy Eid-ul-Fitr

 

 

May All of Our Visitors Muslims & Non-Muslim From Around The World

May You Have a Blessed Life

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Allah(SWT) Grant All Your Genuine Wishes

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May  Allah(SWT) Protect Our Do Bigha Zamin,

A Land We Love & Call Home

No Matter How Far We Are

Our Beloved Pakistan 

Ameen

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India’s Toilet Troubles The Wall Street Journal

How Trump’s America Really Perceives India.

Despite Narendra Modi’s Un-Solicited Hugs of Rudeness

 

Hundreds of millions of Indians are not in the habit of using toilets, partly due to a lack of latrines.

This shortfall in basic infrastructure means that people use the great outdoors to relieve themselves. That leads to child deaths, stunting and various diseases which is why Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it one of his many missions to make more of India what New Delhi is calling ODF—short for open defecation free.

A story in The Wall Street JournalFriday outlined how something as simple as building toilets has become surprisingly political and challenging in some villages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some numbers to help explain India’s toilet troubles.

  • 33.5 MILLION

    The number of toilets built under Mr. Modi’s program since 2014, according to a government website that posts a running tally.

  • 110 MILLION

    The number of toilets India aims to build by 2019.

  • 60%

    The proportion of Indian households with access to toilets, according to the Indian government.

  • 157 MILLION

    The number of Indians who live in cities without improved sanitation, according to Water Aid.

  • 158,296

  • The number of Indian villages that have declared themselves open-defecation free. India has a total of 640,000 villages.

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The Hatred of British Against Pakistanis and Indian-History Revisited by Shashi Tharoor

 The Cruelty of British Colonialists Against People of South Asia

Pakistan and India

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Nawaz Sharif: A Pakistani embarrassment And some Saudi confusion

A Pakistani embarrassment And some Saudi confusion

This was not the first time Nawaz Sharif took himself seriously enough to think he could broker peace among the Arabs. He tried ahead of the first Gulf war – despite the imminent oil supply squeeze – and came back empty handed. Saddam refused to see him on the grounds that ‘he’s stationed thousands of troops for the war against my country, and now he wants to come to my country to talk peace’, etc. And his meeting with Fahad barely made the news. He tried again after the Saudis executed – and beheaded and crucified, then dropped from a helicopter – Sheikh Nimr al Nimr, and was duly snubbed by Riyadh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The latest episode is the most surprising. Once again he took the army chief, and his usual aides Sartaj Aziz and Ishaq Dar, to Riyadh to make peace between the Kingdom and Iran. Yet a good few days after his return the Saudi ambassador to Pakistan had to hold a press conference in Islamabad to clarify that Nawaz never really mentioned he was ‘mediating’. But since mediation is exactly what the prime minister’s office announced just before Nawaz took off, it seems that the Saudis just didn’t see the nine o’ clock news in Pakistan.

Still, they must have talked about something. And if Nawaz really thought he was a mediator, he would have brought up better relations with Iran, etc, and the Saudis would have responded. But since the Saudis still do not believe he was mediation, what exactly did they talk about? It’s no secret that the Saudis have been increasingly annoyed with Pakistan since parliament’s refusal to play along in Yemen. It seems that the architect of the disastrous Yemen war, and now Saudi crown prince, might not be too happy with the arrangement with Pakistan as it stands. If Nawaz must talk to the Arabs, it should be about respecting Pakistan and its sovereignty.

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