The Terrorland Special Report
PILLARS OF THE STATE: President Zardari, PM Gilani,
Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida and Chief Justice
of Pakistan Iftikhar Chaudhry.
Pakistani people believe that the political activism of three serving generals of the Pakistan Army – Army Chief Gen. Ishfaq Parvez Kayani,Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Lt-Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha and Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) head Maj-Gen. Athar Abbas – has put the future of the military, democracy and country in danger.
After the warning of the Prime Minister, the next day, Army Chief Gen. Kayani said that he was not planning a takeover. The same day, Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry also said that no military takeover was possible in his (Justice Chaudhry's) presence, stressing that Pakistan will now have supremacy of the Constitution. Then former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said that the genie of the army and ISI's intervention needed to be bottled up for stability of democracy in Pakistan.
"There are better and professional soldiers in the Army to lead as Army Chief," said a retired military office. "Gen. Kayani, Pasha and Abbas have become politicians in the uniform. That is why the country's security has become a national challange."
BONES OF CONTENTION: Army Chief Gen. Kayani, ISI
boss Lt-Gen. Pasha and ISPR guru Maj-Gen. Abbas.
8- Who allows leaders of banned religious organizations to participate in anti-government rallies?
10- Millions are being spent by the ISI to form new alliances like the IJI which can prove fatal for the country?
The people know the answer. But Army Chief Gen. Kayani, ISI chief Gen. Pasha and the military's media war chief Gen. Athar Abbas seem clueless in this regard!
6- The generals are also accused of committing crimes against humanity by arranging terrorist attacks on civilians and military targets in the country as a part of their so-called "brinkmanship strategy" to show the world that Pakistan was also under attack from the so-called Taliban, an effort to get more dollars.
4- It's possible, as The Terrorland had written earlier, that the Corps Commander of the Pakistan Army force Gen. Kayani, Gen. Pasha and Gen. Abbas to resign gracefully.