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Qazi hearing sound of marching boots; Zarari govt not to survive

LAHORE: Jamaat-e-Islami Amir Qazi Hussain Ahmed Sunday said that the government of President Zardari not likely to survive and he was hearing the sound of the marching boots. He was addressing Hameed Nizami seminar, in presence of the President midterm elections would not held in judicious manner.

A democratic society comes into being when it respects the difference of opinion, Qazi said. Commenting on lawyers’ movement; he said it will be led as the campaign for supremacy of the constitution in the country. He said in wake of the unsuccessful policies waged by the one year old democratically government of PPP; and decision by the Supreme Court of declaring Sharif Brothers ineligible.

Earlier, Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan in his address associated the future of Pakistan with the success of lawyers movement and said

it is the duty of every citizen of Pakistan to back the movement for restoration of judiciary to secure the future of the coming generations.

Justice (rtd) Javed Iqbal in his address said that it would become more difficult to save Pakistan if the present experiment of the democracy would fail.

Pakistan Muslim League (N) President Shahbaz Sharif has said no worker of the PML-N was involved in vandalizing the memorial of Benazir Bhutto in Rawalpindi. He added

“We knew Zardari would not respect the deals and was spinning a trap of wickedness. Zardari knows well that he could not avoid the consequences after his blow to the democracy”

Furthermore he promised to attend the long march of the lawyers and said he hopes that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will also attend the march. “For the first time in national history a PCO court has disqualified an elected government,” he said.-SANA

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  • Dear Rubab,
    I don’t think that any responsible politician should ever talk of the dirty BOOTS marching towards the fence of coveted democracy…

    May Allah Bless our nascent democracy….

  • How convenient Mr Qazi!! And the fact that the Brothers had cases against them yet are in official positions, holding offices, that wouldn’t be breach of law, now would it?
    You respect the institutions Mr Sharif? Then try to go beyond your personal ego, sit down, give and take with PPP on constitutional amendments and bit by bit, start fixing things, respecting and building institutions, developing a history of legal and constitutional moves.
    It’s a shame to see that seasoned people like Qazi and Nawaz do not understand the gravity of the issues Pakistan faces internationally and they insist on getting their version of history correct at a moment when the country needs them most. Alas. If only, someone had the moral courage of Imran and the determination to avenge like Nawaz has for Mush.. Pakistan would be a different country!