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      Now everyone knows I am an anti-Nawaz person.

      But I think this Jalsa in interior Sindh is a very good sign.

      Political differences aside, we need parties, which could truly be called national.

      PPP used to be one, PTI is an emerging one. Nice to see PML-N is also trying to follow...!

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      What about the turnout? Was it impressive?
      Reh gaya kaam hamaara hi baghawat likhna...

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      it was pretty good for larkana, keeping in view ppp's strong hold in and arround that area
      Quwwat-e-Mazhab say mustehkam hay jami'yat teri

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      Anyone taking the place of the anti-pakistan PPP is a good sign.

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      Nawaz Sharif is playing good politics in Sindh. It's gonna compensate the losses done by PTI in Punjab.
      I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by snowy_winter View Post
      Anyone taking the place of the anti-pakistan PPP is a good sign.
      Just because you don't like or support certain party, does that make it ANTI-PAKISTAN? Which actions of PPP can be called Anti-Pakistan?

      1) They supported Swat Operation and provided all the political will and support, which actually made the operation successful despite the stance of some self-proclaimed NIjat-da-hinda who was in favor to have a dialogue with the fazullah... yes that Fazulullah was Anti-Pakistan

      2) They have called for the unity of the Pakistan after the death of Benazir when even the mighty army of Pakistan didn't knew what to do and how to do? Is that is why they called anti-Pakistan

      3) Or now when they have again fully supported the army and have cut all the connections with the US over the attack on Pakistani post??? is this anti-Pakistan stance...


      yes PPP govt had its short-coming, they failed in rebuilding economy and managing things in right way, yes they have promoted corruption and at best it can be called incompetency but nothing close to anti-Pakistan....

      December 17 is few days away, the the black day in the history of Pakistan and this day didn't came just because of corruption or other things, it mainly came because 40 years back, we use to call everyone a traitor and anti-Pakistan... and we forced everyone to become one... haven't we learned anything from that event???
      Last edited by hanibal; Dec 11th, 2011 at 03:45 AM.
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      Quote Originally Posted by firenze View Post
      Nawaz Sharif is playing good politics in Sindh. It's gonna compensate the losses done by PTI in Punjab.
      I doubt PML (N) will be able to get confidence of people of Sindh against PPP owing to neglect of Sindh during previous governments of PML(N). People of Sindh would look for a third option, which could create some hope for future. Unfortunately, that third option is still missing in the politics of Sindh, so PPP will be in position to exploit its Sindh card again.

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      Statement by PPP Minister for turnout in PML(N) rally in Larakana



      Nawaz couldn’t even outclass Shaman Mirali



      KARACHI - Sindh’s folk singer Shaman Mirali attracts more people than those who participated in rally of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif in Larkana, Sindh Information Minister Shazia Marri said on Saturday.

      “He [Nawaz] has a habit of invading the houses of his hosts,” she remarked while speaking at a press conference at the New Sindh Secretariat. “It is a condemnable act,” she added.

      The minister said that Nawaz Sharif has been an anti-democracy politician. “He attacked the judiciary in the past and is now preparing to ambush the parliament.”

      She said that Sharif left the country after a written agreement with a military dictator. “Why didn’t he raise voice against the derailing of democracy on October 12, 1999?”

      She said that Sharif has found Mumtaz Bhutto, who always used derogatory language against Benazir Bhutto, as an ally in Sindh. “Mumtaz Bhutto’s only aim in life is to become three-month caretaker chief minister.”

      http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2011...-mirali-marri/
      Marri said that Sharif talks about distribution of agricultural land among landless peasants, a job which the current government is already doing. “Why doesn’t he do this job in Punjab?” she posed the question.

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      Quote Originally Posted by hanibal View Post
      Just because you don't like or support certain party, does that make it ANTI-PAKISTAN? Which actions of PPP can be called Anti-Pakistan?

      1) They supported Swat Operation and provided all the political will and support, which actually made the operation successful despite the stance of some self-proclaimed NIjat-da-hinda who was in favor to have a dialogue with the fazullah... yes that Fazulullah was Anti-Pakistan

      2) They have called for the unity of the Pakistan after the death of Benazir when even the mighty army of Pakistan didn't knew what to do and how to do? Is that is why they called anti-Pakistan

      3) Or now when they have again fully supported the army and have cut all the connections with the US over the attack on Pakistani post??? is this anti-Pakistan stance...


      yes PPP govt had its short-coming, they failed in rebuilding economy and managing things in right way, yes they have promoted corruption and at best it can be called incompetency but nothing close to anti-Pakistan....

      December 17 is few days away, the the black day in the history of Pakistan and this day didn't came just because of corruption or other things, it mainly came because 40 years back, we use to call everyone a traitor and anti-Pakistan... and we forced everyone to become one... haven't we learned anything from that event???
      Well said Hanibal.

      A mature and educated post.

      PPP is the only party that has support through all of Pakistan, from Karachi to Kyhber.

      PPP members have given their blood, and life for Pakistan, yet still have to listen to rubbish lies.
      Last edited by TheRealDeal; Dec 11th, 2011 at 06:21 AM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by hanibal View Post
      Just because you don't like or support certain party, does that make it ANTI-PAKISTAN? Which actions of PPP can be called Anti-Pakistan?

      1) They supported Swat Operation and provided all the political will and support, which actually made the operation successful despite the stance of some self-proclaimed NIjat-da-hinda who was in favor to have a dialogue with the fazullah... yes that Fazulullah was Anti-Pakistan

      2) They have called for the unity of the Pakistan after the death of Benazir when even the mighty army of Pakistan didn't knew what to do and how to do? Is that is why they called anti-Pakistan

      3) Or now when they have again fully supported the army and have cut all the connections with the US over the attack on Pakistani post??? is this anti-Pakistan stance...


      yes PPP govt had its short-coming, they failed in rebuilding economy and managing things in right way, yes they have promoted corruption and at best it can be called incompetency but nothing close to anti-Pakistan....

      December 17 is few days away, the the black day in the history of Pakistan and this day didn't came just because of corruption or other things, it mainly came because 40 years back, we use to call everyone a traitor and anti-Pakistan... and we forced everyone to become one... haven't we learned anything from that event???
      Well said, and I agree with every thing you mentioned in your post. Although I don't subscribe to the politics of peoples party but still I consider it to be a patriotic party. We all have different ways of looking at the same thing, during this tenure the government has had some wins (18th amendment, NFC award and a host of other amendments), but on the accounts of economy, corruption, energy etc they have failed.

      In the past some people used to consider MQM, and ANP to be anti Pakistan parties now they're considered patriotic. No one gives any one the mandate to declare others anti Pakistan. One good thing during the recent times is that the habit of declaring each other unpatriotic has ended in the mainstream political parties. Even if we consider this memogate thing to be authentic, some people will consider that to be an anti Pakistan etc, and the others can say that the army itself was communicating with the Americans (peoples party just tried to use that link for strengthening democracy/averting danger to democracy). Parties should compete each other through policies and not through blame game alone.

      We should even talk even to the people who 'are anti Pakistan (Violence begets violence). There has been a lot of bloodshed, now the people are really fed up and need respite from that. The blame game and labelling opposing parties as unpatriotic only increases the distances and polarization, which is a recipe for disaster. We need unity to survive and develop in the comity of nations.

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      Communication is the key thing, between all of us (on this forum), between the political parties, between different provinces, between each and every person of Pakistan as that reduces the trust deficit and develops a nation (over a period of time). We should not polarize any political party, ethnic group, religious denomination etc if we do not subscribe to their school of thought. Polarization leads to Bangladesh and now the current situation of Balochistan.

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