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Published 30th May, 2013, 10:09 PM


ISLAMABAD: Due to financial constraints and non release of funds by the federal government, the Pakistan Air force (PAF) has suspended its up gradation and development plan called “Air Force Development Plan 2025,” says a report of the Senate’s standing committee on defence Thursday.

The committee quoted Air Chief marshal Tahir Rafique in its report, who, it said, told the committee members during its recent visit to the air headquarters that the AFDP 2025 programme was launched in 2003/04 by former president Pervez Musharraf aimed at making it at par with modern air forces of the world.

Unknown-50He said under the plan, the PAF received money by the federal government till 2007.

“After 2007 PAF did not get a penny from federal government and had to shelve the plan,” the air chief was quoted as saying in the report by its Chairman Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed.

The report further said that due to suspension of the development plan, PAF had to close number of projects which have affected the overall up gradation in the country including air bases, jets and other facilities.

The report also quoted air chief as saying that the PAF was also not given full share in the defence budget and it received only 60 per cent of the whole budget allocated for PAF.



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Pakistan’s Columnist Rauf Klasra: Akhir Kyun-Well Done Kehna Bunta Hai,Boss!


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The Rat Smells Cheese: Liar Nawaz Sharif Poised to Raid the Treasury Again & a Peep into His Lying nature

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times…. Congratulations, you have once again been elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan. The re-election of Nawaz Sharif to one of the highest echelons of government is somewhat perplexing to say the least.


Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

 Albert Einstein 




The juggernaut of corruption has already started , even before Nawaz Sharif has taken the Oath of the Prime Minister. He has started throwing trial balloons and feelers, to gauge the public response to his appointment of family members and cronies to plumb posts. already the name of Shahbaz Sharif and Salman Shahbaz has been floated to takeover finance. Kulsoom Nawaz’s name is bandied about as a Minister for Womens post. Ahsan Iqbal, who has no experience in Foreign Affairs, has his name thrown in the ring as Foreign Minister (May Allah Save Pakistan from this Gangster of Narowal (http://criticalppp.com/archives/26593). Nawaz Sharif has a typical Cheshire Cat grin, as he drools at the milk jug of Pakistan’s Treasury. This schemer is a master of crookedness and double dealings. He will start his robbery through gradiose projects like Super Highways, Jangla Buses, Laptop Schemes, Daanish Schools & other Kick Back Fronts. He is a mater of Ponzi Schemes, where instead of money, monumental projects are used to rob the people.  In each of his projects, one of his relatives or front men will be involved in receiving the commission behalf  of PMs Welfare Programs (for Welfare of Sharif Family). The Sharif Family started off as blacksmiths or “Lohars” on Defence related projects during the 1965 & 71 Wars. The paid huge commissions to Army Contractors and thus were able to make huge profits on Army contracts. Since the 60s, they have achieved so much ill-gotten wealth, that they have become billionaires (https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150392958245506).

There are approximately 140 Pakistani students at the University of Nottingham. Impact caught up with some of them to find out what they think about the result.

Current electoral legislation in Pakistan prevents overseas students from voting. The frustration at not being able to vote was shared by many Pakistani students at Nottingham. It is assumed by some to be a deliberate attempt on the part of the Pakistani government to disenfranchise the youth vote.

One student, who wished to remain anonymous, told Impact: “I think it was unfair that the vote wasn’t extended to Pakistanis overseas- I think it would’ve made a huge difference to the turnout and the outcome.”

Another said that they believed the Pakistani government “deliberately dragged its heels in not allowing those overseas to vote. It knows where our political loyalties lie, and it’s not with them [the outgoing Pakistan People’s Party].

“Pakistan’s youth played a massive role in these elections- we’ve got the numbers and unlike the older generations we’re not going to vote on the basis of a person’s surname. Pakistani politics rivals Dave with its re-runs; it’s stuck on a constant loop of Bhuttos, Sharifs and the military. It’s one big, fat joke .”

63 year old Sharif, leader of Pakistan’s Muslim League (N) party, served as Pakistan’s prime minister from 1990 to 1993 and again from 1997 to 1999 before being removed in a coup d’état by military general Pervez Musharraf, and subsequently being tried, jailed and ultimately exiled to Saudi Arabia.

More than a decade later, it seems the Pakistani people have been quite forgiving or quite forgetful, and re-elected him once more.

In a country where GDP per capita averages at $2,960, Nawaz Sharif’s personal estimated net worth is $1.2 billion, with many alleging corruption and tax evasion as being a substantial source of this wealth.

Pakistan has been under military rule for more than half of the country’s 57-year history; observers are keen to emphasise that 11th May saw a significant milestone being reached- the first “democratic” transition of one elected civilian government to another. There may have been elections, but they were neither “free” nor “fair”.

Violence leading up to the elections, including car and suicide bombings, claimed more than 130 lives, with 29 killed on Election Day alone.

Despite the threat of violence, turnout reached a historic 60% of eligible voters exercising their right, compared to only 44% in 2008. A large part of the higher turnout was down to the country’s increasingly politicised youth; 63% of the population is under the age of 25.

President of UoN’s Pakistan Society, Rafia Khatri, commented: “Five years laden with political, economic and social chaos were an automatic and effective mechanism to mobilise Pakistanis, especially the youth, to cast their votes. The overwhelming participation of Pakistanis throughout these elections signified how determined Pakistanis are to rehabilitate their country.”

After having queued for hours on end, some of those in Pakistan who did venture to the polling stations were, however, met with intimidation and coercion, with some voters even being turned away point-blank without being able to cast their votes.

Despite YouTube being blocked in Pakistan, activists and concerned citizens have taken to the web to disseminate evidence of phoney votes being registered:


Ballot boxes full of votes being discarded on the streets:

and proof of women casting fake votes:

49 polling stations were alleged to have had over 100% voter turnout, with more votes apparently being cast than the number of registered voters.

One of the largest suspected casualties of the alleged vote rigging is the cricketer turned politician Imran Khan whose Pakistan Movement for Justice (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, PTI) party was expected to make significant gains. Khan, an Oxford University PPE graduate, offered a fresh glimpse of hope for a populace tired of kleptocratic rulers who have kept the country’s economy almost stagnant.

In response to the alleged vote rigging and encouraged by Khan’s PTI party, protests have erupted across the nation, with tens of thousands of Pakistanis taking to the streets to demand re-elections in some areas. In response, the Election commission of Pakistan (ECP) has formed 14 election tribunals to investigate the complaints.

Meanwhile, section 144 of the code of criminal procedure has been imposed in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, in response to the protests. The controversial section bans gatherings of more than four people at a time for rallies and protests, or what it calls “unlawful assembly”. Large crowds demanding re-elections have also gathered in the Punjabi city of Lahore, and the country’s capital city, Islamabad, amongst others.

PTI’s party slogan “Naya Pakistan”, meaning “New Pakistan”, was what many, in particular the country’s youth, wanted to see.

For a nation that’s long been ruled by political dynasties who treat the country as one of their personal family heirlooms (Benazir Bhutto, deceased leader of the outgoing Pakistan People’s Party bequeathed the party’s chairmanship to her husband in her will), PTI in opposition is a step, albeit a baby step, in the right direction.

More pessimistically, however, with the same old face as Prime Minister, many political pundits are predicting a classic case of “plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose”.


Nawaz Sharif and his cronies have always been working to plunder Pakistan’s wealth as their sole agenda. He expanded his business empire by misusing his authority as Chief Minister Punjab and Prime Minister Pakistan. And in order to gain financial benefits, he manipulated laws and changed policies. Likewise, in a bid to avoid accountability, the Nawaz Sharif Government amended “The Ehtasaab Act” and made it effective from “1990” instead of “1985” as proposed in the original text of the “Ehtasaab Act” prepared by the interim government of caretaker Prime Minister (Late) Mairaj Khalid (1996-97). And by bringing this change he cunningly saved his tenure of Chief Minister Punjab (1985-88) from accountability.
Despite all maneuvering following references were filed against the Sharifs:-

1.  Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and others misused official resources causing a loss to the national exchequer of Rs 620million by developing 1800 acres of land in Raiwind at state expense.

2.  Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif are accused of whitening black money during their first tenure (1990-93) and causing a loss of Rs 180 million to the national exchequer by evading income/wealth tax.

3.  Nawaz Sharif, Saif-ur-Rehman and others reduced import duty from 325% to 125% on import of luxury cars (BMW), causing a huge loss of Rs1.98 billion to the national exchequer.

4.  On the imposition of emergency and freezing of foreign currency accounts, Nawaz Sharif and Saif-ur-Rehman removed 11 billion US dollars from Pakistani Banks illegally. Without the consent of account holders, Foreign Exchange Bearer Certificates (FEBC) accounts were frozen and foreign exchange was misappropriated.

5.  Illegal appointments in Pakistan International Airlines (Nawaz Sharif and Saeed Mehdi).

6.  Abbotabad land purchase scam (Nawaz Sharif and Sardar Mehtab Abbasi).

7.  Availing bank loan for Ittefaq Foundries and Brothers Steel Mills without fulfilling legal requirements (Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif).

8.  Concealment of property in the US (Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif).

9.  Illegal appointments and promotions in Federal Investigation Agency (Nawaz Sharif).

10.             US wheat purchase scam (Nawaz Sharif and Syeda Abida Hussain).

11.             Murree land purchase scam (Nawaz Sharif and Saif-ur-Rehman)

12.             Tax evasion (Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif).

13.             Forging of passports and money laundering (Nawaz Sharif and Ishaq Dar).

14.             Concealment of private helicopter purchase while filing assets’ detail (Nawaz Sharif).

15.             Favoring Kohinoor Energy Co, causing loss of Rs. 450 millions (Nawaz Sharif and Others).

16.             Illegal cash finance facility given to Brothers Sugar Mills (Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif).

17.             Bribe offered to ANP’s Senator Qazi Mohammad Anwer (Nawaz Sharif and Others).

18.             Hudaibiya Paper Mills Reference against Sharif brothers and Ishaq Dar.

19.             Illegally appointing Chairman Central Board of Revenue (Nawaz Sharif)

20.              Whitening of black money by amending laws (Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif). 

21.              Causing Rs. 35 billion loss by writing off/rescheduling bank loans (Nawaz Sharif and Ishaq Dar).

22.             Bribing (late) Maulana Sattar Niazi from National Exchequer (Nawaz Sharif and Others).

23.             Plundering Rs. 200 million from Jahez and Baitul Maal funds (Nawaz Sharif & Others)

24.             Opening fictitious foreign currency accounts (Nawaz Sharif and Ishaq Dar).

25.             Making 130 political appointments in federal departments (Nawaz Sharif).

26.             Relaxing export duty and rebate to transport sugar to India (Nawaz Sharif).

27.             Whitening of money through FEBC (Nawaz Sharif).

28.             Wealth Tax evasion (Nawaz Sharif).

29.             Concealment of facts to evade property tax (Nawaz Sharif).

30.             Withdrawal of case against Senator Islamuddin Sheikh (Nawaz Sharif, & Ishaq Dar).


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Do Pakistanis Deserve a Charismatic Leader like Imran Khan?



“We are a now nuclear state, so no-one can let us go bust. We may have turned down billions of dollars. But many more billions will follow”

A Greedy Pakistani government minister, as told to BBC. This is the mentality of the cabal of jagirdars, zamindar,industrialists, and so-called entrepreneurs serving foreign masters. Their god is almighty dollar NOT  Almighty Allah. Election rigger, Nawaz Sharif, his buddy Malik Riaz and his Chalis Choor, including, the village idiots Saad Rafique, Mushahidullah, Pervez Rashid, and a coterie of Kashmiris will vanish from the political horizon 

An Short Introspection or Self Examination

There is a healthy streak of pessimistic cynicism in many Pakistanis.  If you tell them that so and so has bought a new car, their response would be, “haram kay paisay say lee ho gee.”  If you say that a woman is beautiful, they will quickly try to assassinate her character and question her morals.  Although, they carry their faith in their pocket, but in practical terms, the practice of faith in human interactions among Pakistanis is almost non-existent.  Every one has a hustle as to how to get their needs fulfilled by others. Never to fulfill others needs. Hustle, hustle, hustle is the opiate of Pakistani society these days. And, where does it comes? The answer is simple.  The country has been run by a bunch for crooks (with few exceptions) for the last 65 years.  It seems that the corrupt environment has caused a gene for honesty (if there is such) to mutate and convert to a gene for roguishness or corruption. 


Why Secular West’s  Scientific Rationalism Cannot Explain Pakistan’s Survival ?

The Juggernaut of Unending Crisis and the Psychotic Depression of Pakistan’s Enemies, When These Crisis Makes Pakistan Stronger, Instead of Self-Destruct!

The country has faced a tidal wave of crises, since its inception, to list a few:

  • With an average of more than one suicide bombing every week, 35,000 Pakistanis have died since 9/11.
  • In the province of Balochistan there is a five-year-old nationalist insurgency that shows no sign of going away.
  • The law and order situation in Karachi – the country’s biggest city – is now so dire that there are an average of 4.7 murders every night. Most are politically motivated targeted killings.
  • It’s the sort of thing that has led many in the West to predict an impoverished, jihadi-run, nuclear state.
  • The country’s democratic development has been thwarted by repeated coups. Its most effective political leaders have been assassinated.


161996_176265419064039_61917_nGiven Pakistan’s track record of surviving such disasters, most

Western academics, talking heads, cynics, and historical Pakistan bashers are now debating whether the country is in fact more stable than many people think!

But, there is another explanation beyond scientific rationalism as pointed out by Professor John M. Artz of Information Systems in the School of Business at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C, integrates his studies of philosophy and computers to conclud, ” that today’s “rational” model of knowledge will soon pass.  During the later half of the 20th century, scholars worshipped at the altar of scientific rationalism, the belief that knowledge is obtained through objective empirical observation of physical phenomenon. This prevailing view held that the world is out there to study independent of our perception and understanding — our goal was to understand reality as it exists. Things like emotions and social relations were meaningless because they cannot be studied objectively as independent empirical phenomenon.”

The Factor X behind Pakistan’s Existence for Times to Come.

We would like to add the Factor X, which Islam brought forth at its genesis, and that is Taqwa.
Taqwa is a concept in Islam that is interpreted by some Islamic Scholars as God consciousness. Governance of our Universe and others (Multiple Universes) is by The Creator, Rab-il-Alimeen, “Title of Allah Ta’ala. Lord of all Creation. Literally means “Lord of the Universes“, both in the Seen and in the Unseen. Every Pakistani no matter how secular has this Factor X buried deep within his or her psyche. they may not admit it. They may rebel against it, but it keeps coming back in good times and bad. 

Unknown-31The Way or the Beacon of Pakistanis Life

Ar-Rahman, Ar-Rahim, Al-Wadud (Allah’s name, Al Wadud, the Loving-Kind, means He desires and does good for all even if that good isn’t reciprocated. Al Wadud is the epitome of Unconditional Love.)

Humans cannot define or describe God, they can only describe God’s attributes, because, if they could, than, they would themselves be God (Nauzobillah). God is in human conciousness.Though love is an emotion, one can only feel love, but one cannot describe love through empiricism. It cannot be captured in a bottle and sold, although some scam artists have tried it. Similarly, God (in Arabic Allah) lies in the Realm of Human Spiritual Perception. Empiricism can only be applied to Allah’s Creation, but NOT, to the Creator.

And that is why one has to Attain Knowledge of Allah’s Creation, to Attain closeness to Allah.

His Creation- The Nebula-The Massive Universe

Nebulae, the quintessential cosmic plasma


The Minuscule or Sub-Atomic




In the words of an English Poem by Cecil Frances Alexander:

Maker of Heaven and Earth (All Things Bright and Beautiful)

All things bright and beautiful, 
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and wonderful,
The Lord God made them all.

Each little flower that opens, 
Each little bird that sings,
He made their glowing colours,
He made their tiny wings.

The rich man in his castle,
The poor man at his gate,
God made them, high or lowly,
And ordered their estate. 

The purple-headed mountain,
The river running by,
The sunset, and the morning,
That brightens up the sky; 

The cold wind in the winter,
The pleasant summer sun,
The ripe fruits in the garden,
He made them every one.

The tall trees in the greenwood,
The meadows where we play,
The rushes by the water,
We gather every day;–

He gave us eyes to see them,
And lips that we might tell,
How great is God Almighty,
Who has made all things well.

God is beyond human comprehension.

Humans cannot even describe his minutest Creation the Quarks, the Charms, and the Bosons. Physicist can describe their behavior, but no one has ever seen one with a naked eye, except to tracks in Hadron Collider.




But, it still survives and in the words of an American slang,  PAKISTANIS

Pakistan has enormous number of problems ethnic, sectarian, economic, social, cultural, environmental, and a host of other strifes.

And yet Pakistan has proven to be remarkably resilient.


Why do we walk the Camino de Santiago?


The Secret of Pakistan’s survival lies in the Steadfast Simplicity, Purity, and Faith in Allah and Deen by the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 180 Million Strong Pakistanis.

These are: 

The Majority of  THE SILENT PAKISTANIS, eke out a meagre subsistence, but, still thank their Maker, before they go to sleep at night.


The Purity of Faith among the HAVE-NOTS of Pakistan has given resilience to Pakistan as a nation. Pakistani masses have been through HELL and High-Water of Incessant Disasters, but still survive to dream of better days.


فَإِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا

So, verily, with every difficulty, there is relief:

إِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا

Verily with every difficulty there is relief.

فَإِذَا فَرَغْتَ فَانْصَبْ

Therefore, when thou art free (from thine immediate task), still labour hard

وَإِلَىٰ رَبِّكَ فَارْغَبْ

And to thy Lord turn (all) thy attention.

To Pakistan and its Relation to Almighty Allah apply the Words of George Herberts Poem,

The Flower

And now in age I bud again,
After so many deaths I live and write;
I once more smell the dew and rain,
And relish versing:

O my onely light,
It cannot be
That I am he
On whom thy tempests fell all night.

Islam, the Deen of most Pakistanis requires Intrinsic Trust Way Beyond Loyalty and Utmost Patience in God’s Protection, which will bring the nation from the darkness of the night of misgovernance and corruption,


in belief and optimism lies the resilience of  Pakistanis.

Even the Youth of India Respect and Admire him: Watch



Imran Khan fits into the Relief, the Benevolent, Compassionate, and Merciful, Creator of Universes, promises to all humanity, including to the long suffering SILENT PAKISTANIS.

Yes, Pakistanis deserve Imran Khan. they have suffered enough already!

Pakistanis have paid their dues with “Sabr” and “Tahamul.”

This night of horrors too shall pass, to the bright sunlight and and blue sky of everlasting rays of hope.

Imran’s Day will come; after Nawaz Sharif has finished his mission for his Western Masters. When Pakistani people will say to him “ENOUGH ALREADY!”

Muslims Never Despair!


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Nawaz Sharif’s election enterprise haunted by return of Imran Khan ~ The Independent,UK

Nawaz Sharif’s election enterprise haunted by return of Imran Khan

 Former cricket idol challenges front-runner seeking third term in Pakistan
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The van driver slurping tea at a stall on the edge of Lahore’s old city had no doubts as to whom he would vote for on Saturday.

“Last time, in 2008, I voted for the Pakistan People’s Party [PPP], but they have not even showed up to ask for our vote,” said Zulfikar, pouring his tea into a saucer and ducking his head to drink. “This time I will be voting for Nawaz Sharif because I think Nawaz Sharif is a great man.”

As Pakistan goes to the polls in an historic election, it is former Prime Minister Mr Sharif and his Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) who are considered the front-runners.

Just six weeks ago they were the clear favourites. But even here, in his stronghold of Punjab, where his brother is the powerful provincial chief minister, it seems clear Mr Sharif will not have an entirely clear run at securing his third term leading the country; Imran Khan, the spirited, anti-incumbency candidate, is leading a ferocious late challenge.

The faces of Nawaz Sharif and his brother, Shahbaz, stare stridently from the countless thousands of PML-N flags and banners that fly across Lahore. (So, too, does the face of their mascot, a tiger, the real-life incarnation of which was this week reported to have become ill and died.)

And there is also a stridency about the insistence of their supporters that the Sharifs have delivered for the people. Development, jobs and infrastructure are cited as the brothers’ main achievements of recent years. A metro-bus system that helps transport 120,000 people every day costs just 20 rupees (13p) per trip.

“A journey that used to take more than two hours, now just takes 25 minutes,” said Asim Nazir, owner of a shop selling academic books in the city’s so-called Urdu Bazaar.

Another supporter drew a distinction between a clinic established by Imran Khan and the public hospitals that he had visited in the city. “I like Imran Khan, but a poor man cannot go to his hospital,” said Hamza Sharif, who works as a laundry man. “Nawaz Sharif has hospitals that are free.”

The Sharifs have also worked hard to appeal to younger voters, many of whom might be expected to support Imran Khan. A popular measure introduced over the past two years was the handing out of laptops to promising students – and solar panels for their homes to generate power during the country’s ubiquitous power cuts

The province of Punjab, which returns 148 members to the 272-strong national parliament, is the key to any national election in Pakistan. To return to office, Mr Sharif must bank on securing at least 100 seats and then look for coalition allies. The trouble for him is that Mr Khan, the former ?cricket star, is making a strong push.

“The reality is that the Muslim League is under pressure because of the inroads made by Imran Khan in Punjab, especially in those regions that were once strongholds,” said Rasul Bakhsh Rais, of Lahore’s University of Management Sciences.

He said some weeks ago, before a recent resurgence by Mr Khan, the calculation was the Sharifs might secure 130 seats. Now, he said, that figure might be 90-100, meaning they could not rule by themselves, and possibly making Mr Khan a kingmaker. A poll published by Pakistan’s Herald magazine, suggested Mr Khan and Mr Sharif may be neck and neck.

Observers say over the past five years, during the term of the PPP-led government headed by Asif Ali Zardari, Mr Sharif has played a strategic hand. While he withdrew his party from the PPP coalition within weeks of its being formed in 2008, following disagreement over restoration of judges, he declined opportunities to try to bring down the government. He realised the completion of a full term by a civilian government – any civilian government – would ultimately benefit him.

For many of the potential supporters Mr Sharif and Mr Khan are reaching out to, the most important issues are clear: ending the electricity and energy shortages that result in power cuts of 18 hours a day, nailing down inflation, and tackling corruption.

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