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News & Rumors Updates On Political Front

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    No one can stop infiltration on Pak-Afghan border: Fazl

    ISLAMABAD (updated on: August 21, 2007, 22:10 PST): Opposition leader in the National Assembly Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman has said that no one could control infiltration on Pak-Afghan border as the U.S could not stop illegal infiltration on its borders.

    In an interview with Voice of Germany, he said Pakistan shares about 1,400 miles long border with Afghanistan so how is it possible to fully stop the infiltration.

    "Then areas on Iranian border are in the control of Taliban. There is no single district in Afghanistan that NATO could claim full control over it. I do not think that the accusations are logical," he added.

    To a question Maulana Fazal said that a peace deal in the area was signed with local Taliban but was later scrapped. He said the government claims that the local Taliban the local Taliban saying that they have violated the agreement while the local Taliban accused the government of breaking the pact.

    Maulana said, "As far as crossing the border is concerned, I do not think that any body can control it." He said if Pakistan is not fully successful then on the other side of the border NATO and Afghan forces do exist they control it.

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    Deal aspiring politicians to be dejected: DurraniISLAMABAD (updated on: August 22, 2007, 00:11 PST): Minister for Information and Broadcasting Muhammad Ali Durrani on Tuesday said the word 'deal' is a figment of imagination of some disgruntled politicians striving to secure power with blessing of their foreign masters.

    Talking to a private TV channel he said such politicians would eventually be dejected as getting power through back door was not possible as media and judiciary have gained tremendous strength.

    In today's changed Pakistan foreign crutches cannot prove helpful any more. Politicians should promote dialogue and jointly devise a code of ethics to make the fast approaching elections free, fair and transparent, he said.

    Responding to a question he said former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's statements were indeed complex and ever changing.

    He said politicians should play constructive role and help in strengthening democratic traditions in the country.


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    BB says contacts on with government but no deal yet
    ISLAMABAD (updated on: August 22, 2007, 00:19 PST): Chairperson of Pakistan Peoples Party and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has said that her party was holding contacts with the government but no deal has so far been made.

    "If someone says that talks are going on between the government and PPPP, he is right, but if someone says that a deal has been executed between the two, he is wrong", she said in an interview to a private TV channel shown on Tuesday. "We are endeavouring to reach a consensus but the process is still continuing and no decision has so far been made", she added.

    Replying to a question, she said that the government sees the election of President Musharraf through the present assemblies as legal while PPPP thinks otherwise, adding that the matter should therefore be settled by the courts.


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    Resignations not to impact presidential election: AG

    ISLAMABAD (updated on: August 22, 2007, 00:19 PST): Attorney General of Pakistan, Malik Muhammad Qayyum said the resignation of any member of the assembly would have no impact on the presidential election, besides the president with or without uniform could contest the election under the constitution and law.

    He said the president could contest election with or without uniform as constitution permits him to do so. Now it depends on the president what decision he takes in this regard.

    President Musharraf could remain president in uniform, following the 17th Amendment. Resignation of any member of assembly would have no impact on the Electoral College, he said.

    The presidential election could only be held back, in case of the dissolution the assembly.

    Supreme Court had already given its decision in favour of the president's uniform and, therefore now, it was unlikely that the SC would take some other decision in this regard, he added.

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    Jazak ALLAH ... nice topic bhai .. :D

    keep it up :D
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    View Postkse-101, on Aug 22 2007, 01:34 AM, said:

    Jazak ALLAH ... nice topic bhai .. :D

    keep it up :P

    Undoubtedly, a proper adition at a proper time... well, as rumers are also permissible.. so here is the first one, which i heared a couple of days ago... and goes like, "there would be no election at all"... :-( , well i wonder (ALLAH forbid) if some thing like that happens like that that what would become of Market??? :D

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    When Seargent Major Idi Amin Dada of Uganda snatched power from an elected government he gave this historical statement: "ARMY HAS NO INTENTION TO REMAIN IN POWER FOR LONG. WE ARE KEEN TO HANDOVER POWER TO A CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT.....................................blah blah blah"

    NO unifromed man ever left power willingly and no Pakistani leader has EVER LEFT THE POWER in a normal manner, even the angel of a man Khwaja Nazimuddin was taken for a ride by a rogue like Ghulam Muhammad

    Musharaf will be an exception in a trillion..........................

    Edited by Chhotoo, 22 August 2007 - 10:37 AM.


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    u r right mush is no exception ,don'n know some of his uniform person may take this adventure






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