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      Bhutto is alive...
      Sharif is alive...


      mara hai to sirf Jinnah.... Jabtak iss mulk main jinnah zinda nahi hoga... matlab.... uskay nazrayt.. us waqt tak yeh qoom mary hoey zinda bhutto aur sharif family ko follow karti rahay gi....

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      No , Jinnah is here , he is still the only respected leader of Pakistan
      Even Anti Pakistan Movement , JUI , Terrorist JI quotes him a leader
      NAP now ANP also accept him as a leader
      Bhutto Zinda hay due to his services , bravery and sacrifise
      N$ kahan zinda hay ? Woh to jeetay ji mar gia , "Mujhay kiyoun nikala"
      Let's pray for Jinnah , The great man , Our Mohsan
      & Let's follow him

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      Nobody can deny the great services of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah as he fought the greatest battle, not by swords or tanks but with the words and irrebuttable arguments. The whole world acknowledges the great services of our beloved leader Jinnah.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahool View Post
      Bhutto is alive...
      Sharif is alive...


      mara hai to sirf Jinnah.... Jabtak iss mulk main jinnah zinda nahi hoga... matlab.... uskay nazrayt.. us waqt tak yeh qoom mary hoey zinda bhutto aur sharif family ko follow karti rahay gi....

      "The division of subcontinent is the greater, the greatest blunder in the history of mankind" Hazart Pir-0-Murshid Altaf Hussain of Landan Sharif.

      After seeing what happened to Pakistan founded by Quaid-e-Azam, the words of Pir of Lanadan Sharif are not untrue. Instead of making himself as Governor General or his majesty, the king of Pakistan, he should have worked on democracy the day one Pakistan came into existence. Without such solid groundwork, soon Pakistan was taken over by the adventurers.

      Bhutto zinda hay to iski waja hay.

      1. He gave courage to poor people to fight for their rights
      2. Brought 98000 POW's from India (though I consider it was a huge blunder by him)
      3. Gave Pakistan atom bomb
      4. Opened millions of jobs in Pakistan and in the middle east
      5. Started a number of social programs for average Pakistanis

      The list goes on.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sachaydino View Post
      "The division of subcontinent is the greater, the greatest blunder in the history of mankind" Hazart Pir-0-Murshid Altaf Hussain of Landan Sharif.

      After seeing what happened to Pakistan founded by Quaid-e-Azam, the words of Pir of Lanadan Sharif are not untrue. Instead of making himself as Governor General or his majesty, the king of Pakistan, he should have worked on democracy the day one Pakistan came into existence. Without such solid groundwork, soon Pakistan was taken over by the adventurers.

      Bhutto zinda hay to iski waja hay.

      1. He gave courage to poor people to fight for their rights
      2. Brought 98000 POW's from India (though I consider it was a huge blunder by him)
      3. Gave Pakistan atom bomb
      4. Opened millions of jobs in Pakistan and in the middle east
      5. Started a number of social programs for average Pakistanis

      The list goes on.
      jis bhutto ki baat app kar rahya hin.. uska nazriya wesy hi mar giya hai... jesy Quaid e Azam ka...

      Rahi baat division of subcontinet... to bhai app ko ager iss par behas karni hai to app alag thread lagain... yahan baat Jinnah kay nazariye ki hai.. jo ka ba mar chuka hia... bhutto ism bhi baqi nahi raha... PPP walaon nay jis bhutto ko zabardasti zinda kiya howa hia...woh haqeeqat main nazriya amli jama main nahi ... siway 1973 say 1977 tak ka dhool kafi arsay tak nahi pit sakta...

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahool View Post

      Rahi baat division of subcontinet... to bhai app ko ager iss par behas karni hai to app alag thread lagain......
      Can you segregate 'the division of subcontinent' and Qauid-e-Azam?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sachaydino View Post
      Can you segregate 'the division of subcontinent' and Qauid-e-Azam?
      Discussion is not on division and Quaid e Azam....

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sachaydino View Post
      "The division of subcontinent is the greater, the greatest blunder in the history of mankind" Hazart Pir-0-Murshid Altaf Hussain of Landan Sharif.

      After seeing what happened to Pakistan founded by Quaid-e-Azam, the words of Pir of Lanadan Sharif are not untrue. Instead of making himself as Governor General or his majesty, the king of Pakistan, he should have worked on democracy the day one Pakistan came into existence. Without such solid groundwork, soon Pakistan was taken over by the adventurers.

      Bhutto zinda hay to iski waja hay.

      1. He gave courage to poor people to fight for their rights
      2. Brought 98000 POW's from India (though I consider it was a huge blunder by him)
      3. Gave Pakistan atom bomb
      4. Opened millions of jobs in Pakistan and in the middle east
      5. Started a number of social programs for average Pakistanis

      The list goes on.
      Don't you need functioning govt institutions and a constitution for that? Pakistan / India didn't win against the brits in a war so they remained dominions until the declaration of their constitutional republican status. India had a governor general as well if you have forgotten.
      Say no to 'islamofascism'..

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      Quote Originally Posted by Doppleganger View Post
      Don't you need functioning govt institutions and a constitution for that? Pakistan / India didn't win against the brits in a war so they remained dominions until the declaration of their constitutional republican status. India had a governor general as well if you have forgotten.
      o.k. Governor General of India while laid foundation of democracy in India, Pakistan remained under the rule of his majesty the king, till he died. He did nothing in this direction. Soon after his death adventurers took over who ensured that Pakistan would never see the true democracy.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sachaydino View Post
      o.k. Governor General of India while laid foundation of democracy in India, Pakistan remained under the rule of his majesty the king, till he died. He did nothing in this direction. Soon after his death adventurers took over who ensured that Pakistan would never see the true democracy.
      Pakistan is fit for democracy , Only these four traitors destroyed our country
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      There is a very simple example
      AJK
      The poorest one , Look at their budget , lowest , No agriculture almost , No minerals almost , Poor people working all over Pakistan , in hotels , in shops or running small hotels or small khokha shops
      But look at their education rate , health facilities better than every part of Pakistan
      Only due to weak , little corrupt but continuous democracy of 32 years


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      Quote Originally Posted by Sachaydino View Post
      o.k. Governor General of India while laid foundation of democracy in India, Pakistan remained under the rule of his majesty the king, till he died. He did nothing in this direction. Soon after his death adventurers took over who ensured that Pakistan would never see the true democracy.
      Pakistan had two wings that were apart politically as well so it wasn't as easy as in Bhutto's time. Still, it took bhutto two years to get his constitution. The constitutional assembly did give us the Constitution of 1956. It was done in a shorter time interval compared to America. I won't compare it to India since India inherited all the bureaucracy and industry while Pakistan had to start from scratch even though it was 1952 when they became a republic.
      Say no to 'islamofascism'..


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