Warrants for Pervez Musharraf

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011 12:09:29 by

Warrants for Pervez Musharraf

Some three years may have passed since Former President General Pervez Musharraf was ousted from power but yet the task of recovering from his decade-long reign is a long way from over.

Justice has not been e served thus far to a man who attempted to distort the course of justice through his intrusive in judicial affairs. This is a major motive in understanding why a session court judge in Baluchistan has just issued arrest warrants for
Pervez Musharraf and former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz among others for the murder of Akbar Bugti.

Obviously, these warrants should have been served a long time ago, particularly given that both responders are no longer in the country. However, it makes a sense that those who harm the country through their unlawful rule are not likely to return thanks
to the judges.

Some people may differ about whether the military action Pervez Musharraf took against Bugti was a constitutional execution. What no one can rebuff is that Bugtiā€™s murder reignited the mutiny in Baluchistan and added very much to the increase of nationalist
opinion in the region.

Former military ruler Pervez Musharraf should have to face the consequences. His actions further infuriated the situation by the fact that he had no authority to accomplish this course of action.

The outcome of his authoritarian rule is that even when he embarked on military and police operations against rebellious, as was the case in Lal Masjid, it took far more annoyance than when civilian governments performed the alike practices

The cruel reality is that Pervez Musharraf will never be apprehended responsible for the smash up he did with the country.

Irrespective of his repeated declarations that he will come back in the country, the reality is that he is not likely to leave his luxurious life in England, where he gets paid to sound off on politics and attack against those political figures who in fact
have a public to respond to.

As for former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, he landed in Pakistan when he was offered an executive position and he went back right out when the party was over. The only relief we can get is that they were disgracefully booted out of powers.

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