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In Pakistan, corruption starts at the top rightUnknown-4 from the President and Prime Minister. Asif Zardari, the President of Pakistan is a known Crook. Nawaz Sharif is a money launderer and a bank defaulter, His best buddy, Mirza Iqbal, a tycoon of Hall Road is a US convicted drug smuggler. Majority of Pakistanis elected these crooks to the core as their leaders. Most of the underclasses follow their lead and try to find shortcuts to wealth, especially in the West. However, as they say in America, this does not ” cut the mustard.” Advanced Western nations have mostly build their societies on honesty and ethics. There is a saying, “You do the crime. You do the time.” But, our Pakistani, Indian, and Bangladeshi, and Afghan brethren never seem to learn. Until, its time to “do the time.”

Our beautiful Deen is based on the Life of our Beloved Prophet (PBUH), whose honesty was exemplary from his birth to his death. He was called “Al-Amin,” the Trustworthy.”  But, his followers in the Indo-Pak Sub-continent are steeped in dishonesty.

Here is a story of dishonesty of Pakistanis in the US, their motto,” greed is good,” landed them in the slammer.

They were provided with opportunity to earn an honest living. They could have earned millions of dollars, just by honesty and hard work, like the majority of their countrymen living in the US. Unknown-6But, no, these chumps,louts,

shysters,and blighter, had to take a short cut to the Road to Perdition. The smeared the name of not only their community, but, also Pakistan and Pakistanis around the globe.

This story was broken by the New York Times, a Jewish Newspaper, which has no love lost for Pakistanis and/or Muslims.

The Moral of this Story: People who live in Glass houses, Must Not Throw Stones or One Bad Fish Can Spoil the Pond.

Please read on and weep:



U.S. Seizes 14 7-Eleven Stores in Immigration Raids


New York Times


Federal authorities seized 14 7-Eleven stores on Long Island and in Virginia early Monday, arresting nine owners and managers and charging them with harboring and hiring illegal immigrants and paying them using sham Social Security numbers, people briefed on the case said.


images-29Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn were also investigating 40 other 7-Eleven franchises in New York City and elsewhere, the person said, and the prosecutors were seeking $30 million in forfeiture from the stores and their corporate parent. The franchises split their profits with the corporation, which handles the store payrolls, the people said.


The owners and managers — eight men and a woman — were charged in an indictment to be unsealed Monday morning, the people said. It included accusations of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft stemming from payment of employees who were illegal immigrants using the Social Security numbers of children and the dead, the people said. One of the people said the owners and managers had abused and taken advantage of the illegal immigrant workers.


Many of those charged were of Pakistani descent and it was believed that most, if not all, of the illegal immigrants were also from Pakistan, one of the people said.


In one instance, an employee of one franchise was paid using the Social Security number of a former 7-Eleven employee, a person who had not worked for the store for 10 years and who had been the target of collection efforts by the Internal Revenue Service for much of that time because of the reported payments to the illegal immigrant, the people said.


The conduct charged in the indictment, the people said, had been going on for more than a decade. Twenty-five of the 40 additional 7-Eleven franchises under scrutiny were to be inspected on Monday as part of the ongoing investigation, the people said. Several of those stores were in New York City.


images-43One of the people briefed on the matter, noting that the parent company handled the store payrolls, said there were no internal controls to prevent the same Social Security numbers from being used to pay more than one store employee, which happened in more than one instance.


Scott Matter, a spokesman for the parent company, said it was aware of the arrests and seizures and “has been cooperating with federal authorities during their investigation.” Mr. Matter said the company would have no comment until it learned more about the case.


By about 9 a.m., eight of the nine who had been indicted were in custody, five of them in New York and three in Virginia, one of the people said. The last individual was being sought.


One of the raids took place about 6 a.m., at a 7-Eleven on Carleton Avenue in Islip, on Long Island, according to a law enforcement agent at the scene who declined to give his name or reveal the agency he worked for. One person, he said, was taken into custody from the store and two people were taken away from a house across the street. It was unclear what connection the house had to the investigation.


images-19The store remained closed through the early morning, with law enforcement agents turning away customers who ordinarily stop in for coffee. A worker for the Town of Islip said he had seen similar law enforcement activity at several other nearby 7-Elevens.


The United States attorney in Brooklyn, Loretta E. Lynch, and James T. Hayes, who is in charge of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s office of investigations in New York City, were expected to announce the charges laterMonday morning, along with officials from the New York State Police and the Suffolk County Police Department.


Randy Leonard contributed reporting.


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 To Defeat The Taliban, Pakistani Feudalism and Their Perpetrators Must Die: Like Shahzeb, the Pakistani Feudals Will Murder All Pakistanis Through Starvation, Disease, Illiteracy, Joblessness, Crime, and Sexual Exploitation of Women and Gender Bias.  .


On December 25, Shahzeb Khan was shot dead in Karachi. Since his death, Shahzeb has become a symbol in Pakistan, with his picture spreading across social media platforms. Ordinary Pakistanis want his death to be the end of Pakistani feudal class, who live above the law in the South Asian country.The alleged killers, Siraj Talpur and Shahrukh Jatoi, are the member of two powerful feudal families. Pakistan’s political and social systems are still rife with corruption, leaving families like the Talpur and Jatoi outside of the reach of the law for many ordinary Pakistanis.


Shahzeb’s murder should be the final nail in the coffin of Pakistan’s feudalism. Shahzeb’s murder is a crime against a nation of 180 million people. It has to be avenged with the Biblical punishment of an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. Several hundred thousand Pakistani poor have died at the hands of the feudals, who control, not only large tracts of land, but also, have used their power to gain 75 percent of seats in the parliament and provincial assembly.  It is about time; Pakistanis came up with a Hitlerian final solution to the curse of feudalism in the nation. These feudals should be pulled out of their lavish homes, cars, and planes and tried.  Pakistani people need to have summary trial courts and, if found guilty of suppression of tenants, murder, rape, and tax evasion, they should be summarily executed not by the Army, but by Pakistan Police Firing Squads. Feudals are the root cause of all of the problems, which Pakistan has suffered for the last 60 years. Once, this plague on Pakistan is removed, the nation will start to flourish and their will be thousand points of light to economic freedom, abolition of hunger, penury, servitude, and unacknowledged slavery. Feudal exploitation breeds poverty, which in turn breed terrorism, crime, and corruption. Wake up Pakistanis! Today it is Shahzeb, tomorrow it will be you. Abolish land holdings and revert all land to the state, which would then distribute to Muzaras. Punjab and Sindh are two provinces, where feudalism is rampant. In the last sixty years, all power has rested with feudals. Pakistan are working under the tutelage of the feudal class.


  1. Khattar (Hayat) family
  2. Bhutto family
  3. Sharif family
  4. Tareen (Tarin) clan or family of Haripur, Hazara
  5. Jadoon Family
  6. Soomro family
  7. Chaudhrys of Gujrat
  8. Gabol family
  9. Khattaks
  10.  Marwats
  11. Junejo family
  12. Badshah Khan family
  13. Kundi family
  14. Rana & Rao family
  15. Zia-ul-Haq family
  16. Noon family
  17. Leghari family
  18. Qazi family
  19. Zardari family
  20.  Daultana family
  21. Khakhwani family


Khattar (Hayat) family


Sikandar Hayat Khan (Punjabi politician), KB, KCSI

Shaukat Hayat Khan, Shaukat i Punjab

Mazhar Ali Khan

Tariq Ali Khan

Begum Mahmooda Salim Khan

Bhutto family


The members of Bhutto family (Urdu: خاندان بھٹو‎) in politics:


Shah Nawaz Bhutto – The Dewan of Junagadh and the Father of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (Member Bombay Council).

Wahid Baksh Bhutto – (1898 – 1931) was a landowner of Sindh, an elected representative to the Central Legislative Assembly and an educational philanthropist.

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, son of Shah Nawaz (President (1970–1973); Prime Minister (1973–1977))

Mumtaz Bhutto, cousin of Zulfikar, (chief of Bhutto tribe, former chief minister and Governor of Sindh, Federal Minister of Pakistan)

Nusrat Bhutto, wife of Zulfikar (former minister without portfolio)

Benazir Bhutto, daughter of Zulfikar (Prime Minister, 1988–1990 and 1993–1996), assassinated December 27, 2007.

Murtaza Bhutto, elder son of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and the brother of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto. He was usually known as Murtaza Bhutto and was assassinated under mysterious circumstances.

Shahnawaz Bhutto, Shahnawaz was studying in Switzerland when Zia ul Haq’s military regime executed his father in 1979. Prior to the execution On July 18, 1985, the 27 year old Shahnawaz was found dead in Nice, France. He died under mysterious circumstances.

Fatima Bhutto, Fatima was born in Kabul, Afghanistan while her father Murtaza Bhutto was in exile during the military regime of General Zia ul Haq. Murtaza Bhutto, was son of former Pakistan’s President and Prime Minister, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

Ameer Bux Bhutto, currently Vice President of Sindh National Front and also ex-Member of Sindh Assembly. He is son of Mumtaz Bhutto.


Sharif family

Nawaz Sharif, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan

Shahbaz Sharif, Chief Minister of Punjab

Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Son of Shahbaz Shareef, (Member of National Assembly of Pakistan)

Maryam Nawaz, daughter of Nawaz Sharif

Tareen (Tarin) clan or family of Haripur, Hazara

Khan Sahib Abdul Majid Khan Tarin, OBE

Field-Marshal General Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan

Begum Mahmooda Salim Khan (see also Wah/Hayat Khattar Family, above)

Gohar Ayub Khan

Omar Ayub Khan

Jehangir Khan Tareen

Jadoon Family


Prominent figures of the Jadoon family


Khan Sultan Muhammad khan Jadoon,Chief of Jadoon,Ruler of Hazara

Amanullah Khan Jadoon (Minister of Petroleum and Gas during 2002 to 2007)

Iqbal Khan Jadoon,Former Chief Minister,NWFP

Akhtar Jadoon (MPA,KARACHI.)


Soomro family


Members of Soomro family (Urdu: خاندان سومرو‎) in politics are:

Khan Bahadur Allah Bux Soomro, Twice Chief Minister of Sindh

Elahi Bux Soomro, remained Member of National Assembly of Pakistan, Speaker National Assembly of Pakistan, Federal Minister

Rahim Bux Soomro, Minister Sindh

Mohammad Mian Soomro, remained President of Pakistan, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Senate of Pakistan and Governor of Sindh


Chaudhrys of Gujrat


Chaudhry Zahoor Elahi (A parliamentarian who played a major role in restoration of democracy and human rights in Pakistan)

Chaudhry Shujat Hussain (Prime Minister of Pakistan – June – August 2004)

Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi (Chief Minister of Punjab – October – 2002 to October 2007)

Chaudhry Shafaat Hussain (Younger brother of Chaudhry Shujat Hussain and the District Nazim of Gujrat since 2001)

Moonis Elahi (Son of Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, Member of Punjab Assembly)


Gabol family


Allah Bakhsh Gabol, Member Bombay Legislative Assembly 1928, Member Sindh Legislative Assembly 1937 and Mayor of Karachi for two terms.

Nabil Gabol (Grandson of Khan Bahadur Allah Bakhsh and son of Ahmed Khan Gabol), Member Sindh Assembly 1988, 1993, 1997; Member National Assembly 2002, 2008 and Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping.





Habibullah Khan Khattak, The son of Khan Bahadur Kuli Khan Khattak, his son Ali Kuli Khan Khattak also rose to the rank of Lt Gen and retired as the Chief of General Staff (CGS) in 1998.After his premature retirement from the Army, Khattak became closely involved in the private idunstry sector through his company Bibojee Group. He also served as a federal minister during Zia-ul Haq’s time and made an abortive attempt to contest elections from his home constituency of Karak.

Ali Kuli Khan Khattak,Lieutenant General Ali Kuli Khan Khattak, is senior retired three-star general and military strategist who was a former Chief of General Staff (CGS), Commander X Corps (Rawalpindi) and Director General Military Intelligence (DGMI) of the Pakistan Army.

Ghulam Faruque,The late Khan Bahadur Ghulam Faruque Khan Khattak(1899–1992) was a politician and industrialist of Pakistan. He belonged to the village Shaidu in Nowshera District, Nowshera is the home of the famous Pashtun Tribe the Khattak of the NWFP Province in Pakistan. Because of his contribution to Pakistan’s Industrial development he is sometimes described as “The Goliath who Industrialized Pakistan”.




Habibullah Khan Marwat, Justice of the West Pakistan High Court, first & second Chairman of the Senate of Pakistan, acting President of Pakistan, when the President Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry went abroad, Pakistan’s Interior Minister and also Chief Minister of West Pakistan. Was elected to the first ever Legislative Council of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (then North-West Frontier Province NWFP), first as a member and later Deputy Speaker.

Shah Nawaz Khan, ex-Chief Justice of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Judge on the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He was also Governor of NWFP.

Muhammad Akram Khan, MPA, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly, Minister for Excise and Taxation in Arbab Jahangir, Cabinet Member (1985–88)

Salim Saifullah Khan, Senator of Pakistan, [[President Pakistan Muslim League {Like minded group}]]

Anwar Saifullah Khan, MPA, Federal Minister under the Premiership of Benazir Bhutto


Junejo family


The members of Junejo family (Urdu: خاندان جونیجو‎) in politics:


Raees-Ul-Muhajireen Barrister Jan Muhammad Junejo – Leader of the Khilafat Tehreek.

Mohammad Khan Junejo Former Prime Minister of Pakistan

Jam Sadiq Ali – Former Chief Minister Sindh

Chakar Ali Khan Junejo – Former Ambassador MPA


Badshah Khan family

The members of Badshah Khan’s family (Urdu: خاندان بادشاه خان‎) in politics:


Khan Mohammad Abbas Khan (Former member of Indian National Congress,served as the Interim Mister for Industries, Freedom fighter and an Active Member of Pakistan Muslim League) (cousin of Haroon Khan Badshah)

Haroon Khan Badshah (Member of Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, ex-provincial Minister for Agriculture Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa)


Kundi family


Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi, former President Pakistan Chamber of Commerce-USA and member Advisory Committee of Pakistan Tehrike Insaf (PTI)


Rana & Rao family


Rao Mohammad Hashim Khan,(Member of National Assembly, Ex-Chairman Public Accounts Committee)

Rana Tanveer Hussain,(Member of National Assembly)(Ex.Federal Minister)

Rao Sikandar Iqbal,(Ex.Federal Minister)


Zia-ul-Haq family


The members of Zia-ul-Haq’s family (Urdu: خاندان ضياءالحق‎) in politics:

Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq (President of Pakistan, 1978–1988)

Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq (Federal Minister for Religious Affairs & Minorities: January 2004 – November 2007)

Noon family


Noon family (Urdu: خاندان نون‎) is major political family of Pakistan.

 Members of Noon family

Malik Adnan Hayat Noon Ex-MNA

Malik Amjad Ali Noon .Ex-ambassador, Ex-chairman

Malik Anwar Ali Noon. PPP leader in Sargodha

Malik Feroz Khan Noon Ex-Prime minister of Pakistan.


Leghari family 

The members of Leghari family (Urdu: خاندان لغاری‎), in politics:

Farooq Leghari (ex President of Pakistan)

Awais Leghari (MPA, MNA, Federal Minister)

Rafique Haider Khan Leghari (MPA “Punjab”, Minister, Chairman District Council RY Khan,


Qazi family

Members of Qazi family (Urdu: خاندان قاضی‎), of Sindh in politics:

Qazi Abdul Majeed Abid (Qazi Abid), a four-time Federal Minister, Sindh Provincial Minister, and son of Qazi Abdul Qayyum

Fahmida Mirza, current Speaker of the National Assembly, former Acting President of Pakistan, three-time Member of the National Assembly, and daughter of Qazi Abid

Qazi Asad Abid, a former Member of the National Assembly and son of Qazi Abid

Zulfiqar Mirza, current Sindh Provincial Home Minister, former Member of the National Assembly, and nephew of Qazi Abid, Qazi Azam, and Qazi Akbar.

Pir Mazhar Ul Haq, current Senior Minister and Education Minister in the Sindh Provincial Cabinet, a three-time Sindh Provincial Minister, and grandson of Qazi Muhammad Akbar

Marvi Mazhar, a former Member of the Provincial Assembly in Sindh and daughter of Pir Mazhar Ul Haq


Zardari family


The members of Zardari family (Urdu: خاندان زرداری‎), in politics:


Hakim Ali Zardari, the patriarch of Zardari family.

Asif Ali Zardari, son of Hakim Ali Zardari and husband of Benazir Bhutto, President of Pakistan

Azra Peechoho, daughter of Hakim Ali Zardari

Faryal Talpur, daughter of Hakim Ali Zardari, Former Nazima Nawabshah District, MNA

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Asif Ali Zardari and Benazir Bhutto, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party




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