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    my bro I am against all illegal activities. chahey wo NS ho ya Ik. jis ne jaha aor jis jaga Ilegal kaam kiya hain usko saza milny chahiey.
    Quote Originally Posted by cloudy0001 View Post
    offcource jinhone Pakistan se pehlai zameeney ghaban ki thi aur jisne Pakistan ban ne ke baad yaa zia ke term mai ke thee ,wapis lengey,,
    thts good u atleast against nawaz sharif's illegle porperties,,


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    Yes, we know; dream column
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    I hope everyone knows that it didn't really happen like that, it is a column.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanaafaq View Post
    pseudo-intellects: like Baba-e-PTI haroon rasheed
    Kuch aur bhi babay hain aap kay siwaa
    Misal kay toor pay "Najam Sethi" for PPP and "Atta ul Haq Qasmi" for PML-Nura. Ham in ko bhi nahi bholay hain lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romesa View Post
    lolzzzzz
    but u have all kinds of people everywhere....generalizing doesn't help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ah I totally agree with you but either the sane PTI people are quiet alot or tthe crazies shout alot something is wrong somewhere and needs to be sorted out.

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    INDIA should worried about ASAAM, BANGAAL etc and shouldn't worried about us as when PTI will come into power then main focus will be on top 3 things but the sub focus will be on everything. If you do the 1st 3 things then you can do any advancements in any field in the country. This column clearly explains who is Pro Pakistani and who is not? Sab ka kacha chatha khol diya hai iss ne

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    نصرت جاوید کی طرح لوگوں کی کمی پاکستان میں بلکل نہیں ،خود سے بھی کچھ کیا کرو اپنے خرچے پر
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    Ah I totally agree with you but either the sane PTI people are quiet alot or tthe crazies shout alot something is wrong somewhere and needs to be sorted out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightrunner View Post
    Well yea but i had to clear it up before PTI Crazies show up and start going crazy at me :D I am scared of everyone
    Dun be afraid PTI is always amused by your fortune telling skills ....... :D

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    ager yeh awaam aabh bhee nawazoo urf rangeeel tax choor ,zardari urf 10%, altafoo urf kalia don ,molana fazloo urf molana diesel or dosooron ko pher aazmana chahtain hain to so bismilllah pher iseee jaham main paray rahain or ager tabdilee or acha mustaqbil chahtain hain to sirf imran khan ko vote dain faisala awaam kay haath main hay.

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    don't worry inshaAllah....even if the things are not in your favor, you've to keep on struggling....and you get it at the end!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I really like ur spirit and thats wht we have to do.... we have to try our best and leave the result to Almight ALLAH. ALLAH knows best.

    For me PTI struggle is all about my inner satisfaction that atleast even if we loose i can sit and say to myself atleast i did my part.

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    Khanafaq ko khushi kis bat per hoye ha? Pakistan kay theek na ho saknay per ya Imran Khan k haar janay per .. column likhnay walay k mutabiq Pakistan la-ilaj ha..yeh jan kar Khanafaq ko bohat khushi hoye ha .. Imran Khan haar jay chahay Pakistan jay bhar mein

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    Quote Originally Posted by dob4die View Post
    Khanafaq ko khushi kis bat per hoye ha? Pakistan kay theek na ho saknay per ya Imran Khan k haar janay per .. column likhnay walay k mutabiq Pakistan la-ilaj ha..yeh jan kar Khanafaq ko bohat khushi hoye ha .. Imran Khan haar jay chahay Pakistan jay bhar mein
    In ki soch sirf apnay mufaad tak hi mehdood hei meray dost......inhay kya lagay pakistan ka ya uske ghareeb logon ka kya hoga bas inki sugar mills, factories aur swiss account bharnay chahye.......... is k lye chahye apni maan jasai dharti ko bechana peray ya ghareebon ka khoon chosna peray

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    Ata aik sulja aadmi hain aor pro PML-N hain. es main koi shak nahee magar wo haroon rasheed ki tarha sathaya nahee jata aor wo NS aor SS ke haq main es tarha nahee likhta.
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    Kuch aur bhi babay hain aap kay siwaa
    Misal kay toor pay "Najam Sethi" for PPP and "Atta ul Haq Qasmi" for PML-Nura. Ham in ko bhi nahi bholay hain lol.


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    Allah na karey ke IK PM ban jain aor agar faraz kar ley (waisey jo cheez ho nahee sakty wo faraz kiu karey). es liey rehney detey hain.
    Quote Originally Posted by needoos View Post
    INDIA should worried about ASAAM, BANGAAL etc and shouldn't worried about us as when PTI will come into power then main focus will be on top 3 things but the sub focus will be on everything. If you do the 1st 3 things then you can do any advancements in any field in the country. This column clearly explains who is Pro Pakistani and who is not? Sab ka kacha chatha khol diya hai iss ne


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    All babas aor babis like ur this comment
    Quote Originally Posted by zishi View Post
    Kuch aur bhi babay hain aap kay siwaa
    Misal kay toor pay "Najam Sethi" for PPP and "Atta ul Haq Qasmi" for PML-Nura. Ham in ko bhi nahi bholay hain lol.


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    main to sirf admin ki baat per muskaray. magar aap ko real kushi lag rahi hain. zara apney comment per ghaur karey.
    Imran Khan k haar janay per (Khushi) .. column likhnay walay k mutabiq Pakistan la-ilaj ha..yeh jan kar Khanafaq ko bohat khushi hoye ha (Kushi) .. Imran Khan haar jay chahay Pakistan jay bhar mein (Khushi)/


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    Khanafaq ko khushi kis bat per hoye ha? Pakistan kay theek na ho saknay per ya Imran Khan k haar janay per .. column likhnay walay k mutabiq Pakistan la-ilaj ha..yeh jan kar Khanafaq ko bohat khushi hoye ha .. Imran Khan haar jay chahay Pakistan jay bhar mein

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    IMRAN SAY KOI KHATRA NAHI .............bus US KAY CHAHNAY WALLAY "VOTERS" SAY HAY ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by abkhan View Post
    Dun be afraid PTI is always amused by your fortune telling skills ....... :D

    Fortune telling skills seriously achi khasi kamayee ho sakti hai pehle batana tha na.

    Yaar der lagta hai PTI walon se wo khamkhwa maa behen ki galiyon per uter aate hain u know mein thehra sidah masoom.

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    Why don't they write the name of those?

    Imran Khan ki daigh ka ek dana chukh ker yeh bata daiten hain kay daigh kaisi hai, hairat ki baat hai pichaley 64 saal say jo lunger kha rahain hain us kay barey main to mausuuf aaj tak hamain nahin bata sakey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightrunner View Post
    Fortune telling skills seriously achi khasi kamayee ho sakti hai pehle batana tha na.
    Yaar der lagta hai PTI walon se wo khamkhwa maa behen ki galiyon per uter aate hain u know mein thehra sidah masoom.
    Admin, lagta hai aaj Nusraj Javed ka paani wala glass use ker liya hai

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    Why don't they write the name of those?

    Imran Khan ki daigh ka ek dana chukh ker yeh bata daiten hain kay daigh kaisi hai, hairat ki baat hai pichaley 64 saal say jo lunger kha rahain hain us kay barey main to mausuuf aaj tak hamain nahin bata sakey
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    Imran scores a popular century[/h] By Asha’ar Rehman | From the Newspaper Yesterday



    ALL those who frown at the Imran Khan options in politics, they presumably are the indefatigable optimists who still believe that so-called progressive politics still has a future in this country; or they are people who exist at a comfortable distance from Lahore and have no idea of the long reigning monotony in the city.
    For those who cannot escape Lahore and have fallen off the progressive cocoons, Imran Khan has already livened up the proceedings with his new spell. He has displayed his growing street power in Karachi as well as in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In Punjab, which he should be very keen on impacting, he has spun an impressive show in Multan and is now set to take his campaign to Faisalabad.
    What is more, he has sought to fulfil the long-voiced demand of a programme from him by coming up with a 100-day crash plan on reforming Pakistan. In the tradition of a true guerilla fighter, the keyword that sustains his advance is withdrawal.
    Mr Khan says that should his party come to power he is going to focus on political approaches to end the war on terror. Force will be the last option. Indeed, the PTI would withdraw from the war on terror and declare a war on corruption instead. The troops would be withdrawn from Fata and Mr Khan’s favourite grand jirga would be constituted to bring in peace.
    The government will be inclined to say that this is exactly how they viewed the Fata situation before they were compelled to employ force as a last resort. Imran Khan goes beyond this when he promises such drastic steps as the setting up of a commission to probe rights violations in Fata and Swat, cancellation of visas of all foreign security operators, not to speak of a ban on drone attacks and a blockage of Nato supplies.
    Within the first 100 days of power, Imran Khan promises: an independent accountability commission under a new anti-corruption law; dismantling of sugar, cement, fertiliser cartels; a Pakistan infrastructure fund contributed to by overseas Pakistanis; reduction in indirect taxation on fuel; end to deficit financing; elimination of the power circular debt and hawala transactions.
    If not an exact opposite of the current government policies, Imran Khan’s 100 is anti-status quo and as ambitious a vote-catcher as one can hope for. In a nutshell, it reads like a collection of all the pro-people, anti-establishment stories the journalists have a bias for in times such as these. It is reflective of the sentiments of large sections of Pakistanis. This is not about power, at least not as yet, and not about whether Mr Khan has the ability or the right conditions to change. He may not be exactly poised for a landslide in elections — he is popular enough and his calls are being reciprocated sufficiently by the public for other politicians to make adjustments accordingly. It does serve as a serious enough agent that is seeking to break the monotony of Pakistani politics.
    You have to be permanently living in Lahore since the Zia days to realise how desperately some of us crave diversity and an anti-thesis to the present theme. It’s been the same faces, the same politics in which the Sharifs have been — sometimes only academically — pitted against the PPP.
    All those who have sought to engage the Sharifs from a non-PPP platform have faded away quickly. As have people who have
    taken them from the PPP’s platform.
    The Sharifs remain, in ever diversified manifestations, but, ultimately, as one single entity. There is Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif who is as vocal and possessive about his initiatives as ever. There is his son Hamza who, when he is presiding over a meeting of officials somewhere, has to be doing so as a representative of Punjab’s ruling family. There are so many other MNAs belonging to the PML-N itself who do not get to chair even one such official meeting in their tenure.
    Nawaz Sharif is not even an MNA. Yet he gets to chair in Lahore’s own imposing ‘nine zero’ meetings that are called to decide important matters of the government. He was back at ‘nine zero’ the Mall last week, to oversee some corrective work of very basic nature on the famed but somewhat stalled Walled City Project.
    This omnipresence of the Sharifs obviously has its merits. For beginners, the old dictum that you could never accuse the Sharifs of idleness still holds true as whatever takes place in the province by way of governance carries the Sharif stamp on it.
    Boring stuff, ultimately.
    Imran Khan injects an element of the expected-unexpected in the air. Those who have been on the tour before Mr Khan, like the passengers on the Islamic Jamhoori Ittehad’s establishment-driven bandwagon, realise what miracles on-way hospitality from the right quarters can lead to. Consequently, there is visible anxiety in the Raiwind camp, which in a recent statement, considered Mr Khan to be worthy enough playing for President Zardari.
    This is not about power but about something that is more profound and permanent. The increasing discussion about Imran Khan and his politics as an option signals the establishment of new benchmarks in Pakistani politics upon which the future moderates and not will be judged.
    Through a long process, the Right has gained ground in the country as it has elsewhere in the world. It is now looking to consolidate. With past progressives failing to listen to pro-people stories crying out to be heard, it may essentially turn out to be a fight among the Right to decide who gets the consolidation contract. From among their ranks will emerge leaders who we are going to address as forward-looking.
    Imran Khan is an important player in the game who is in need of partners. He once had a team even if he was not known for carrying out expert plans. Today he has got a plan and should go looking for a team.
    The writer is Dawn’s resident editor in Lahore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudy0001 View Post
    Imran scores a popular century[/h] By Asha’ar Rehman | From the Newspaper Yesterday



    ALL those who frown at the Imran Khan options in politics, they presumably are the indefatigable optimists who still believe that so-called progressive politics still has a future in this country; or they are people who exist at a comfortable distance from Lahore and have no idea of the long reigning monotony in the city.
    For those who cannot escape Lahore and have fallen off the progressive cocoons, Imran Khan has already livened up the proceedings with his new spell. He has displayed his growing street power in Karachi as well as in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In Punjab, which he should be very keen on impacting, he has spun an impressive show in Multan and is now set to take his campaign to Faisalabad.
    What is more, he has sought to fulfil the long-voiced demand of a programme from him by coming up with a 100-day crash plan on reforming Pakistan. In the tradition of a true guerilla fighter, the keyword that sustains his advance is withdrawal.
    Mr Khan says that should his party come to power he is going to focus on political approaches to end the war on terror. Force will be the last option. Indeed, the PTI would withdraw from the war on terror and declare a war on corruption instead. The troops would be withdrawn from Fata and Mr Khan’s favourite grand jirga would be constituted to bring in peace.
    The government will be inclined to say that this is exactly how they viewed the Fata situation before they were compelled to employ force as a last resort. Imran Khan goes beyond this when he promises such drastic steps as the setting up of a commission to probe rights violations in Fata and Swat, cancellation of visas of all foreign security operators, not to speak of a ban on drone attacks and a blockage of Nato supplies.
    Within the first 100 days of power, Imran Khan promises: an independent accountability commission under a new anti-corruption law; dismantling of sugar, cement, fertiliser cartels; a Pakistan infrastructure fund contributed to by overseas Pakistanis; reduction in indirect taxation on fuel; end to deficit financing; elimination of the power circular debt and hawala transactions.
    If not an exact opposite of the current government policies, Imran Khan’s 100 is anti-status quo and as ambitious a vote-catcher as one can hope for. In a nutshell, it reads like a collection of all the pro-people, anti-establishment stories the journalists have a bias for in times such as these. It is reflective of the sentiments of large sections of Pakistanis. This is not about power, at least not as yet, and not about whether Mr Khan has the ability or the right conditions to change. He may not be exactly poised for a landslide in elections — he is popular enough and his calls are being reciprocated sufficiently by the public for other politicians to make adjustments accordingly. It does serve as a serious enough agent that is seeking to break the monotony of Pakistani politics.
    You have to be permanently living in Lahore since the Zia days to realise how desperately some of us crave diversity and an anti-thesis to the present theme. It’s been the same faces, the same politics in which the Sharifs have been — sometimes only academically — pitted against the PPP.
    All those who have sought to engage the Sharifs from a non-PPP platform have faded away quickly. As have people who have
    taken them from the PPP’s platform.
    The Sharifs remain, in ever diversified manifestations, but, ultimately, as one single entity. There is Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif who is as vocal and possessive about his initiatives as ever. There is his son Hamza who, when he is presiding over a meeting of officials somewhere, has to be doing so as a representative of Punjab’s ruling family. There are so many other MNAs belonging to the PML-N itself who do not get to chair even one such official meeting in their tenure.
    Nawaz Sharif is not even an MNA. Yet he gets to chair in Lahore’s own imposing ‘nine zero’ meetings that are called to decide important matters of the government. He was back at ‘nine zero’ the Mall last week, to oversee some corrective work of very basic nature on the famed but somewhat stalled Walled City Project.
    This omnipresence of the Sharifs obviously has its merits. For beginners, the old dictum that you could never accuse the Sharifs of idleness still holds true as whatever takes place in the province by way of governance carries the Sharif stamp on it.
    Boring stuff, ultimately.
    Imran Khan injects an element of the expected-unexpected in the air. Those who have been on the tour before Mr Khan, like the passengers on the Islamic Jamhoori Ittehad’s establishment-driven bandwagon, realise what miracles on-way hospitality from the right quarters can lead to. Consequently, there is visible anxiety in the Raiwind camp, which in a recent statement, considered Mr Khan to be worthy enough playing for President Zardari.
    This is not about power but about something that is more profound and permanent. The increasing discussion about Imran Khan and his politics as an option signals the establishment of new benchmarks in Pakistani politics upon which the future moderates and not will be judged.
    Through a long process, the Right has gained ground in the country as it has elsewhere in the world. It is now looking to consolidate. With past progressives failing to listen to pro-people stories crying out to be heard, it may essentially turn out to be a fight among the Right to decide who gets the consolidation contract. From among their ranks will emerge leaders who we are going to address as forward-looking.
    Imran Khan is an important player in the game who is in need of partners. He once had a team even if he was not known for carrying out expert plans. Today he has got a plan and should go looking for a team.
    The writer is Dawn’s resident editor in Lahore.

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