Posted by: uss017 | December 14, 2007

Musharraf Era performance: Pakistan Flourishes

This is a continuation and an expansion of the previous essay entitled: Under Musharraf

The purpose of this essay is, once again, to bring to your attention the wide-scale economic development currently being witnessed by Pakistan as well as the numerous large scale projects being implemented throughout Pakistan under President Musharraf.

As noted before, these facts are hardly ever mentioned on our news channels. As a result, many individuals seriously believe that nothing positive is taking place in Pakistan, that nothing has been achieved under President Musharraf, and that all is dark and gloomy etc. In reality, however, we have never witnessed as much economic growth in the history of Pakistan as is currently taking place. Never have we witnessed so much investment in Pakistan. Never have we witnessed so much boom in the economic sector. By large, things are heading in the right direction and, overall, the country has seen a significant improvement in almost every sphere and department.

With only a few exceptions, references have been provided for all of the points at the end of this paper.

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Musharraf Era performance: Pakistan Flourishes

Mirza Rohail Baig

This is all the more amazing when one considers that just five years ago, Pakistan was on the verge of bankruptcy, with only a little more than $1 billion in foreign exchange reserves, its stock market teetering at 1,000 points (worth $5 billion only) and foreign debt servicing at 65% of GDP.

The forex reserves now stand at over $16.5 billion. The once ever-declining rupee has been stable at around 60-61 to a dollar since Musharraf took over. Of the 184 member countries of the IMF, Pakistan’s rate of economic growth (7%) has been one of the best in the world. Moreover, the Karachi stock market is now above 13,000 points and worth around $65 billion. On top of that, foreign debt servicing has now decreased to 28%.

1. The Pakistan economy is among the fastest growing economies in the world, having reached the size of $160 billion from a mere $70 billion in 1999. Furthermore, Pakistan attracted a record investment of $6 billion last year.

2. 2007: National revenues had swelled from Rs 308 billion during 1988-99 to around a trillion in 2007 and the FBR now estimates 2.8 million income tax payers.

3. Public sector development program (PSDP) has grown from Rs 80 billion in 1999 to Rs 520 billion in 2007.

4. FACT: The rate of growth in Pakistan’s Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) is at a 30-year high. Construction activity is at a 17-year high.

5. FACT: The Infrastructure Industries Index, which measures the performance of seven industries (i.e., Electricity generation, Natural gas, Crude oil, Petroleum products, Basic metal, Cement and coal) has recorded a 26.2 percent growth in the Industrial sector of Pakistan.

6. FACT: Jan 14: According to the National Education Census (NEC-2005), Pakistan now has a total of 245,682 Educational institutions in all categories, including 164,579 (i.e. 67%) in the public sector and 81,103 (i.e. 33%) in the private sector.

The census — jointly conducted by the Ministry of Education, the Academy of Educational Planning and Management (AEPAM) and the Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS) — reveals that the number of private-sector institutions has increased from 36,096 in 1999-2000 to 81,103 in 2005, i.e. by 100%. Educational Institutions have increased by 45,007 in the Musharraf Era.

7. FACT: According to an IMF report, Pakistan is 3rd in Banking profitability in the world. On the IMF chart, Pakistan’s banking profitability is on third position after Colombia and Venezuela. On the same IMF chart, India is on the 36th position and China is on the 40th position.

8. FACT: According to a report entitled, “Doing Business in 2006,” co-sponsored by the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), Pakistan globally ranks 10th among the countries most active in pursuing pro-business policies.

9. In 1999 what we earned as GDP: we used to give away 64.1% as foreign debt and liabilities. In 2006, what we earned as GDP: we gave ONLY 28.3% as foreign debt and liabilities. We are now SAVING 35% of our GDP for economic growth.

10. According to the Economic Survey 2005, poverty in Pakistan in 2001 was 34.46%. And now, after 7-8 years of Musharraf, poverty in 2005 was 23.9%. Thus, poverty DECREASED by 10.56%. Overall, 12 million people have been pushed out of Poverty in 2001 – 2005!

11. Literacy rate in Pakistan has increased from 45% (in 2002) to 53% (in 2005). Education now receives 4% of GDP and English has been introduced as a compulsory subject from grade 1.

12. 12-4-07: The IT industry, which was virtually non-existent seven years ago, has grown to be worth $2 billion of which $1 billion is export related. It registered a 50% growth. 55 foreign IT companies have already entered the market. Now the I.T. sector alone employs 90,000 professionals.

13. Nov 2006: President Musharraf said that Pakistan will set up Nine Engineering World Class Science and Technology Federal Universities by 2008 with foreign assistance. He said the institutions of higher learning would be established in collaboration with Italy, South Korea, Japan, France, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, Austria and China. The Cost of building these Universities will be over Rs 96.5 billion.

The Vice Chancellors, Heads of department, Professors and Faculty of the planned university will be from these foreign Universities, while the examination system, the quality assurance followed, as well as the Degree awarded will also be from these foreign Universities.

14. The Government has approved to give at least 4% of GDP to Education in the 2007 budget.

15. In 1999-2000 there were 31 Public Universities. Now 2005-2006 there are 49 Public Universities.

    Air University (established 2002); Institute of Space technology, ISB (established 2002); Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University, Quetta (established 2004); University of Science & Technology, Bannu (established 2005); University of Hazara (founded 2002); Malakand university, Chakdara (established 2002); Karakurum International university, Gilgit (established 2002); University of Gujrat (established 2004); Virtual University of Pakistan, Lahore (established 2002); Sarhad University of IT, Peshawar (established 2001); etc.

16. 6-member delegation of Australian Department of Education, Science & Technology and AusAID, visited Pakistan on the request of PM Shaukat Aziz in order to help Pakistan in its efforts to realign its TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) according to the market needs. Chairman NAVTEC, Altaf Saleem, informed the delegation about NAVTEC plans to increase the capacity to train one million people annually by 2010 from the present annual capacity of 320,000.

17. Defense Exports of Pakistan have crossed the $200 million mark as the country’s robust Defense manufacturing industry continues to expand. This was disclosed by Major General Syed Absar Hussain, Director General, Defense Export Promotion Organization (“International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) 2006” held at karachi.).

18. President Musharraf inaugurated an 18 Mega Watt Naltar hydro power project, of over Rs. 1.36 billion. The project was completed in four years at Naltar near Gilgit.

19. Pakistan is now in Large-scale Nuclear expansion. The reactor under construction could produce over 200kg of weapons-grade plutonium per year, assuming it operates at full power for a modest 220 days per year. At 4 to 5 kilograms of plutonium per weapon, this stock would allow the production of 40-50 Nuclear weapons a year.

20. The Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) of Hong Kong will sign a concession agreement for setting up a US$1 billion Deep-water container port, the first in Pakistan. KPT will invest $450 million for infrastructure development for the project. HPH will invest $557 million. In the first phase, a 1,500m quay wall will be built with a designed dept of 18m.

21. GILGIT: President Musharraf inaugurated the dry port in the border town of Sust, 200 km north of Gilgit. The Dry port, a Pakistan-China joint venture, was built in 2004 at a cost of Rs90 million, on a height of 10,000-foot.

22. Dec 2006: President Musharraf said that many canals, including the Thal and Raini canals, were being constructed for better utilization of the available water. He said Rs66 billion was being spent on the brick-lining of 87,000 canals in the country, adding that 6,000 new canals would be brick-lined next year.

23. The Private Power Infrastructure Board (PPIB) has approved expansion of Tarbela dam power project which would generate 960 MW costing $500 million.

24. President Musharraf recently inaugurated the Mirani Dam. Mirani Dam in Kech area of Mekran district, with a catchment area of 12,000 square kilometer, has been built in four years at a cost of Rs6 billion which includes Rs1.5 billion in compensation to the affected people. It will have a storage capacity of over 300,000 million acre feet of water.

25. Gomal Zam Dam: This project started in Aug 2002 and is expected to be completed in early 2008. It is located in the Damaan in NWFP. It is 437 feet high and will irrigate about 163,000 acres of land. The total costs amounts to Rs. 12 billion, with a gross storage of 1.14 MAF. It will produce 17.4 MW of electricity.

26. Mushrraf says the government is constructing the Katchi Canal, costing Rs40 billion, and that Punjab had been gracious to provide land for the 350 kilometer stretch which will pass through the province.

27. The Economic Coordination Committee decided to set up a $2-billion mega Oil refinery at Khalifa Point in district Hub, Balochistan. The refinery, commissioned by 2010, would have a maximum refining capacity of 13 million tons of petroleum products — higher than the country’s total existing capacity of 12.8 million tons.

28. Pakistan Steel Mills Corporation (PSMC) during the quarter July-Sept 2007 recorded the highest ever-sales figure of Rs 9.3012 billion.

29. The Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) sector of Pakistan has attracted over Rs 70 billion investments during the last five years as a result of liberal and encouraging policies of the government. Presently, some 1,765 CNG stations are operating in the country, in 85 cities and towns, and 1000 more would be set-up in the next three years. It has provided employment for 30,000 people in the country.

30. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has registered 1,135 companies during the first quarter (July-September 2007). With the new registrations the total number of registered companies with SECP as of September 30 reached 50,125.

31. Telecom sector has attracted an investment of $ 9 billion in the last three years. It alone created 80,000 jobs directly and 500,000 jobs indirectly.

32. Former corrupt and incompetent Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, made only one motorway – M2 (Lahore – Islamabad). Under Musharraf 6 motorways are either completed or under construction:

    •M1 (Islamabad to Peshawar) – (Rs.13 bn) – [155 km] – (started 2003 – Completed Oct 2007)
    •M3 (Pindi to Faisalabad) – (Rs.5.6 bn) – [53 km] – (started 2002 – Completed 2004)
    •M8 (Gwadar to Ratodero) – [1072 km] – (started 2004 – will complete 2009)
    •M9 (Karachi to Hyderabad) – (Rs.6.3 bn) – [136 km]
    •M10 (Karachi Northern bypass) – (Rs 3.5 bn) – [56 km] – (completed 2007)
    •M11 (Lahore to Sialkot) – (Rs.23 bn) –[101 km] – (started 2006 – under construction)

33. Under Musharraf various highways under construction throughout the country. Including N5, N-25, N-35, N-45, N-50, N-55, N-65, N-70, N-75, N-80, S-1, etc.

34. General Pervez Musharraf inaugurated the Makran Coastal Highway (N-10) project in August 2001, consisting of Karachi-Gwadar, Pasni-Gwadar, and Ormara-Liari (Balochistan) Highways. The cost of the Liari-Ormara Highway was Rs3.9 billion and that of Pasni-Gwadar Highway, Rs2.8 billion respectively. The total length of Makran Coastal Highway is 533 kilometers.

35. 2-12-07: Sialkot International Airport Limited (SIAL) completed. The 1,002-acre airport is 13 km west of Sialkot and is linked by a road to Gujranwala, Wazirabad, Gujrat, Narowal, the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) and the Sialkot Dry Port Trust.

36. Ghandara International Airport (Islamabad) the first-ever green-field airport being built at a cost of $400 million; with a renowned international consultant, Louis Berger Group of USA. President Musharraf laid the foundation stone of the project on April 7, 2007. It will be completed by Dec 2010. Its total area is 3700 acres (15 km²).

37. Major Industrial estates are being developed under Musharraf’s vision: M3 industrial, Sundar industrial estate, Chakri industrial, etc.

38. Oct 2007: In the current fiscal year the Mining and Quarrying sector has registered a growth rate of 5.6 percent. Increased growth was propelled by strong growths recorded in magnetite (30 percent), dolomite (26.1 percent), Limestone (25.2 percent) and chromites.

39. The government has already started various initiatives, to discover and develop world-class copper-gold deposits in Chagai Baluchistan by Australian Firms which would fetch $500 million to $600 million per year.

40. Major reserves of COPPER & GOLD in Baluchistan’s Rekodiq area were discovered in early 2006. It has ranked Rekodiq among the world’s top seven copper reserves. The Rekodiq mining area has proven estimated reserves of 2 billion tons of copper and 20 million ounces of gold. According to the current market price, the value of the deposits has been estimated at about $65 billion, which would generate thousands of jobs.

41. Executive Committee of National Economic Council (ECNEC) recently approved 45 developmental projects in its meeting, including six revised projects, with a total cost of Rs 154.1 billion and with a foreign exchange component (FEC) of Rs 36.8 billion.

42. Rs 9.8 billion have been allocated for 91 different mega projects at Public Sector Universities across the province, said Sindh Governor Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan.

43. Oct 2007: A fully functional TMS (Tax Management System), including profiling, withholding, return/payment filing, rectification, refunds, audit, and legal tracking is scheduled to be operational by 2007 in Pakistan, to process the tax year 2007 returns, according to World Bank.

44. The government is providing Sui Gas facility to areas of South Punjab at a cost of Rs 1.311 billion. A total of 1,138 kilometre gas pipeline is being laid. The districts benefiting from these schemes mainly include Multan, Khanewal, Bahawalnagar, Rajanpur, DG Khan, Vehari and Muzaffargarh.

45. The Karachi city government’s rehabilitation of Industrial zones and improvement plan for all four industrial zones of the city needs to be completed in 7-8 months. The projects are worth Rs 2.5 billion whereas the ‘beautification’ project worth Rs 4.5 billion.

46. 27-11-07: Pakistan Navy Ship Zarrar, the first of Multi-Role Tactical Platform (MRTP-33), was commissioned into Pakistan Navy at a ceremony at PN Dockyard.

47. 29-12-07: City Nazim Mustafa Kamal said the construction work of a 47-storey IT Tower in the vicinity of Civic Centre at a cost of $200m would start soon. Around 40,000 youth would get employment in the IT Tower. It will have 10,000 call centres, out of which 6,000 have already been booked so far.

48. The President approved the project of laying of 940-kilometre-long “standard gauge” Railway track between Gwadar and Quetta, with a cost of Rs 75 billion. A German firm won the contract.

49. To increase the income of farmers, the Government is investing Rs7.80 billion, under which a “Food Security Program” will be launched. Initially, it will be launched in 1,000 villages. The President said that Rs 3.60 billion would be invested in live-stocks and dairy sectors. About 1,200 model dairy farms and 2,950 cattle breeding farms will be established under this investment project.

50. Pakistan will launch a Self-controlled Remote Sensing Satellite System (RSSS), at a cost of Rs19.3 billion, to ensure strategic and unconditional supply of satellite remote sensing data for any part of the globe over the year. SUPARCO will implement it over a period of six years. President Musharraf has approved the project in principle.

51. The Governor of Sindh, Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan, inaugurated the DUHS Medical Research City with Dow Diagnostic Reference and Research Laboratories and Jinnah Genome Centre as its important components. He also laid the foundation stone for a library and sports complex which houses different constituent institutions of the university.

52. President Musharraf inaugurated a 50-bed state-of-the-art Workers Welfare Fund Kidney Centre. The first-ever kidney centre in Baluchistan, constructed on 7.5 acres, at a cost of Rs385 million, and having the diagnostic, dialysis, surgical and lab facilities, will help the people of this area.

53. Karachi: The building of the 50-bed Kidney Centre in Landhi has been completed. Minister Muhammad Adil Siddiqui said that the building of this centre had been built at a cost of Rs70 million.

54. CM Pervaiz Elahi inaugurated Pakistan’s first Software technology park (STP) on Ferozpur Road, to be implemented by Punjab IT Board (PITB). The Rs 1.5 billion project is set over an area of 32 kanals; will be completed in 12 months and is expected to directly create 10,000 jobs and generate economic activity of Rs 9 billion per year.

55. In what is considered a major leap for Pakistan, a Polytechnic Institute is being established to produce skilled workforce that will rescue the manufacturing industry from the clutches of foreign dependence. Being built in Korangi at a cost of Rs450 million, this government-funded institute will start operating in January 2007 and prepare 500 workers by the end of the first year, besides producing 22 different types of dies and moulds for aviation, telecom, pharmaceutical and other industries. Experts from Germany, Japan and Thailand assisted in developing its curriculum.

56. Police Act 1861 replaced by Police Order 2002 after 141 years. Police force divided into three separate wings: Watch and ward, Investigation and Prosecution.

57. Federal Minister for Commerce, in order to modernize tobacco farming in the country, is setting up a state-of-the-art Tobacco Research Centre in Bunner. Annually 8 million kilograms of Virginia tobacco (fine quality), worth Rs 9.2 billion is cultivated in Bunner. Under construction.

See also:

References

1. Source

2. Revenues

3. PSDP

4. n/a

5. Industries Index

6. Education Institutes

7. Banking

8. Business

9. n/a

10. Poverty

11. n/a

12. IT

13. 9 Uni

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15. Uni HEC

16. Navtec

17. Defense exports

18. Naltar

19. Nuclear

20. Deep port

21. Sust Port

22. Brick lining canals

23. Tarbela

24. Mirani

25. Gomal Zam

26. Katchi canal

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28. Steel Mills

29. CNG

30. SECP

31. Telecom

32. Motorways

33. Highways

34. Makran coastal

35. Sialkot Airport

36. Ghandara Airport

37. M3

Sundar

Sundar

Chakri

38. Mining and Quarrying

39. Chagai

40. Rekodiq

41. ECNEC

42. Public Uni

43. n/a

44. Sui

45. Source

46. Zarrar

47. IT Tower

48. Railway track

49. Farms

50. RSSS

51. DUHS

52. Kidney

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54. IT park

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56. Police Act

57. Bunner

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Responses

  1. Dear President Musharraf,

    I AM one of those Pakistanis who love Pakistan and as such consider myself one of a minority. I do not expect you to pay any heed to this letter of mine nevertheless whatever is going on has forced me to pen a few words to you.

    Mr. President, with a literacy rate of less than 60%, we are a nation at the lowest rung of the international literacy ladder. Before holding the latest fateful elections you ought to have known that our votes belong to people who promise us , ‘bread, clothes and shelter’, good jobs or to those whom we fear. Some of us vote just because we consider elections and rallies, a welcome break in the monotony of deprivation, a sort of prolonged party. We do not vote because we love Pakistan and wish the best for it. We think as families, clans, regions and ethnic groups. We could not quite place you in any of these groups so we could not possibly vote for you. Moreover, you did not make the usual speeches and promises to feed us, clothe us and house us.

    Mr. President, you are a man of honour and character. We do not appreciate such men. You were trying to force us into loving Pakistan while we are fond of loving ourselves. What kind of a naïve person are you?
    Mr. President, please resign. We do not deserve you. Facing the impeachment is another naivety you will commit as the people who have already bought our votes will spend some more and buy some more. They will make it sure that you regret the vision of a strong Pakistan. True, we will call you a coward for opting to resign/flee instead of challenging the charges against you but then what else do you expect from us? We love mistaking dignified silence as cowardly paralysis or proof of guilt.

    In short, Mr. President, let us destroy Pakistan because it’s something we love doing and will never quit doing!! Save yourself instead of trying to save Pakistan!!!!”
    – Saima Noreen, Sharjah

  2. Bomb blast in ISLAMABAD

    A THINKING A TRAGEDICALLY WEATHER
    WHO IS RESPONSIBLE

    AGAIN DONT PUT THIS ALSO ON MUSHRAFF SHOULDERS

    VERY CAREFULLY THINK ABOUT THIS AND DECIDE YOURSELF

    I STATED BEFORE MY RESPONSE YESTERDAY THAT TODAY HRS ASIF ALI ZARDRI KING OF PAKISTAN IS DELIVERING THE SPEECH AND HE SHOULD DECIDE WHETHER HE WANTS TO KEEP 562B AND OTHERS POWERS OR RETURNING TO PARLIMENTS

    MY VAST EXPERIENCED SAID IT IS IMPOSSIBLE THAT ZARDARI DO ANYTHINGS BECAUSE HE LOVE POWER THERE IS NO POWRE THERE N O ZARDARI.

    SAME TIME BOMB BLAST WHT IS THIS

    OPENLY I AM SAYING TO MAINTAIN 582B AND OTHERS POWERS THIS BLAST SHOULD BE ON PPP GOVERNMENT SHOULDER I DONT WANT TO GO IN DETAILS NATION SHOULD DECIDE TODAY.

    TO AVOID SPEECH AND AS NATION WAS EXPECTING THAT HE IS RETURNING THE POWER TO CHEIF EXECUTIVE OF PAKISTAN I.E. PM HE PLAYED A DANGEROUS GAME TODAY THAT PUBLIC BRAIN SHOULD GO ON BLAST RATHER THEN HIS SPEECH.

    NOW MUSHRAFF SUPPORTERS AND WORLD DECIDE WHO IS INVOLVED, NOW TODAY BOMB BLAST INQUIRY SHOULD BE THROUGH UNITED NATION BECAUSE THERE IS SOME ELEMENTS INVOLVED LOOKS LIKE

    MARRIOT HOTEL AND BOMB BLAST AND ISLAMBAD IS ALREADY HIGH ALERT SECURITY DUE TO JOING SECISSON AND PRESIDENT SPEECH

    WE ARE NOT STUPID OR WORLD IS NOT STUPID
    THIS IS PRE PLANNED BOMBING.

    NATION WAKE UP

    PAKISTAN IS IN VERY CORRUPTED HANDS.

    OUR POLITICIANS IS SLEEPING, THEY DONT HAVE HONESTY TO TELL OPENLY WHY THIS THINGS HAPPENED TODAY, WHY NOT ON PARLIMENTS , WORLD IS WITNESS TODAY ISLAMABAD WAS DOUBLE HIGH ALERT AND THINGS HAPPNED.

    OH GOD BRING THE PEOPLES WHO DID THIS JOB THEY KILL INNOCENTS PEOPLES MAY GOD GIVE THEIR FAMILIES A STRENGHTH AND POWER ON THIS TIME HOURS.

    MY SYMPATHY SHOULD GO ALL FAMILIES WHOSE FATHER BROTHES HUSBANDS DIED ON THIS BLAST.

    THEIR BLOOD WILL BRING INSHALLAH A INQALAB SOON , SPEICALLY IN RAMDAN WHERE MUSLIMS FROM TODAY LOOKING WHICH IS REAL TAQ RAAT FROM TODAY PEOPLE IS GOING FOR PREPARING TO GO ETAKAF AND BOMBING HAPPENING IN ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN CAPITAL WHERE HIGH ALERT SECURITY AROUND THE STREET.

    ALLA KHAIR KARA
    NASEER

  3. Mr. Kadhim Hussain,

    You put straight away blame to Geneals that Pakistan divided into by Generals

    Have you read the history before blaming , have you seen what was happening in East Pakistan, have you seen that time poverty in East Pakistan, have you seen how India totally involved on this breakup –

    Why because our bloody politicians from the beggnings culprits and only love chairs, i dont blame Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto i blame our frequently governments day and night from in 50 to 60 time
    this was the time when Sheikh Mujib Ur Rehman already decided with the cooperation of India that they dont want to live anymore with Pakistan off course their rights was banned or dismissed by West PAKISTAN POLITICANS they were in majority but our West Pakistan politicans never accepted their authority and their power.

    Even they did not try to show their sympathy East PAKISTAN peoples whatever we are with you let us have your vote we will do our best. While our West PAKISTAN POLITICAN WAS LOOKING why not they try to go deeply East Pakistan peoples to clarify the matters that you and us are the same no differences.

    JAMAL E ISLAMI ONLY PLAYING THEIR OWN GAME
    AND AWAMI LEGAUGE AND MOULANA BASHANI WAS PLAYING THEIR OWN GAME.

    THERE IS HISTORY MR. KADHIM HUSSAIN , PAST WAS PAST TRY TO FORGET LOOK NEW THINGS, WEST AND EAST GERMAN IS TOGETHER NOW, RUSSIAN NOW DIVIDED – LOT OF THINGS HAPPNED

    NOW SAFE THIS PAKISTAN RATHER THEN GO 40 YEARS HISTORY, CORRECT YOUR ON RECORD HISTORY BEFORE BLAMING GENERALS,

    OUR POLITICIANS IS INVITING GENERAL TO TAKE THE CHAIRS, OFF COURSE WHENEVER THEY COME THEY SAFE PAKISTAN – SOME HOW

    FROM HISTORY OF PAKISTAN IS ONLY ONE GENERAL WHO WAS HONEST AND LOVE PAKISTAN AND LOVE DEMOCRACY

    WHEN HISTORIAN RE WRITE THE PAKISTAN HISTORY ALWAYS HIS NAME ON TOP I.E.
    RETIRED GENRAL PERVEZ MUSRHAFF
    WHO BRING DEMOCRACY OTHERWISE OUR POLITICANS THEY DONT KNOW THE MEANINGS OF DEMOCRACY THEY KNOWS ONLY THE MEANINGS OF CORRUPTIONS OR QUOTA SYSTEM OR PLOTS OR INDUSTRIAL QUOTA – EXECUTIVE JOBS FOR THEIR RELATIVE OR THEIR FAMLIES

    THIS IS OUR POLITICANS DEMOCRACY , LIKEWISE NOW CHOUDHRY NISAR ALI IS HAPPY ATLAST HE GOT SOMETHINGS, MOULANA FAZAL UR REHMAN “SONA PAR SHOHAGA” CHAIRM KASHMIR COMMITTEE PLUS 4 PLOTS PLUS AGRICULTURE LANDS WHAT A REAL DEMOCRACY
    AND ASFANDAR YAR WALI KHAN CHAIRMAN OF FOREIGN COMMITEE PLUS HIS NEPHEW IS CM OF NWFP
    QAIM ALI SHAH – ALREADY GOT SO MANY PRICES
    HIS DAUGHTER WAS NAZIM NOW TRYING TO BECOME GENRAL MANAGER OF PIA OPERATIONS

    BLOUCHISTAN ASLAM RAISANI MAKING PROGREESS THAT WHOLE ASSEMBLY IS MINISTERS

    WHAT A DEMOCRACY

    IN PUNJAB SHABAZ SHAIRF IS PLAYING HIS PROVINCIAL POLITICS – ALL CM HOUSE NOW GAZAL NIGHTS AND DISCO NIGHTS.

    WHAT A DEMOCRACY

    KUDA KHAIR KRA PAKISTAN PAR

    KUDA HAFIZ

  4. Gen. Retd Musharaff was the only person in the history of Pakistan who relinquished his hold from teh position of Chief Executive position (equiv. to PM position), Chairman Staff Committee, Chief of the Army Staff and finally President of Pakistan.

    No where in the history of Pakistan a dictator at different junctions of time, has left these high positions for moving Pakistan forward in the world politics.

    With evey day passing we miss him .. we miss his statesmanship and we miss him as a whole, as he stood a thin line between US policy, our national interests, our extremists, brother Islamic states & the policies of our best friend China.

    In all the troubled times he did an excellent balancing act.

    Of course made some mistakes .. but in the end his intentions were always “PAKISTAN FIRST”.

    My humble Salute to My President for Life.

  5. We are realizing today how much our past setup was able to deliver on economic & foreign policies.

    It sure is apity that we choose long tried corrupt leaders who have given us nothing but put the blame on the past govt. for their own debacles & our media is silent over it.

  6. yes ofcose mushraf is the best leader compare the other leader then best for the pakistan i salute his performence

  7. The world lost a good leader when the Mr. Mushraf resigned.

    Shame democracy has installed a government which is not correct.

  8. lies of ppp exposed here.you can’t lie to the IMF can you..letter of intent clearly shows that MUsharraf did a good job for the economy of the country

  9. It would be a national shame if the restored CJ now starts to put any sort of criminal charges on our beloved President.

    I will hold the present COAS responsible for such a crime, if he allows the clown democracy to carry on with this agenda !

  10. hello friends,

    I am not an economist of any sort rather a layman when it comes to money matters. but while surfing through websites, i came across a state bank of pakistan document. the web page address is:

    http://www.sbp.org.pk/ecodata/pakdebt.pdf

    I compared the figures of June 2007 and March 2009 and what i understand from this doc is that “in less than two years of PPP rule, Pakistan’s external debt liabilities have increased by US$ 10 billion (from 40.481 billion to 50.139 billion) and FE reserves decreased by US$ 6 billion (from 13.345 to 7.141 billion) despite such heavy borrowing”.

    Again to me as a layman, the gap has widened to 16 billion dollars. i wonder where has all that money gone in such a short span of time.

    i could be wrong, but maybe some economist can shed light on it and if so, lets start highligting the corruption of this so-called democratic government on these pages.

  11. NO ? ABOUT MUSHI HE IS ABSLOUTLY A HONEST & GREAT LEADER I LOVE MUSHI

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