UN report….It’s just that our gods behave badly
Does anyone really think that anyone with a military title in front of their name is going to get persecuted? Though I am sure they will pass on the blame on to the people who drove the tankers that carried the water to wash away the evidence, or the policemen who didn’t stop those with the hoses, or the mid-ranking government official who, without any possible motive or reason ordered it, or perhaps it was the fault of the weather, after all if it was raining she wouldn’t have come out of her car.
We should not blame anyone in the Army, ISI, MI etc, after all they were busy laying the ground work of their post retirement opulence, the next phase of DHA and courting Arab realtor’s, or maybe they were pondering over the future of cement factories, fertilizer plants, banks etc etc; or more likely making there way home from the golf course. I am sure they all have a worthy alibi.(Nadir El Edroos in comments on the same article)
UN report — another whitewash?
By Ayesha Siidiqa
The release of the UN commission report on the murder of Benazir Bhutto has become a controversial document. Those sympathetic to the ‘deep state’, view it as part of a larger conspiracy to target Pakistan’s military. The civilian government’s decision to delay the release of the report without any explanation raises further doubts in the minds of those who would want people to remain unsure about what exactly happened in December 2007. The report reads like a thriller.
There are pages after pages of damning evidence implicating the military’s intelligence outfits for their involvement in Bhutto’s assassination. The country’s spymasters had a convenient bogey in the shape of Baitullah Mehsud who could be blamed for every mysterious death that could not be owned. Irrespective of Mehsud’s ideology, the fact is that he had no reason to hurt Benazir Bhutto who was reputed as a pliant politician. The results of the UN report are crucial.
The report establishes two factors. First, it points out a conspiracy amongst key functionaries of the deep state. Former president Pervez Musharraf’s public relations agent, Rashid Qureshi may even have pointed towards the involvement of the existing top brass since he stated that Musharraf was neither the president nor the army chief at the time of Bhutto’s death. Second, the report indicates the existence of an entity that oversees physical dispensation of people without any fear of retribution.
However, it is a pipe dream that the culprits will ever be brought to justice. President Asif Zardari claims that 90 per cent of the accused are caught which will probably include the sweeper, some constable or some odd gatekeeper — as the country’s legal system allows. His government lacks the intent and the potential to bring the real culprits to justice which includes senior serving and retired officers of the military. Therefore, the UN report will probably meet the same fate as the Hamoodur Rehman Commission report – the only other document relating to another national tragedy.
The only difference being that it took decades for the Rehman report to get to the Pakistani public. However in the case of Benazir Bhutto’s death, the report was released in just over a year. Both reports find that the establishment dominated by the military and civil bureaucracies is the only reality of political power in the country. They can also tamper with historical facts. But more important, the common factor between the two is that while the reports kindle a fire of anxiety and deep suspicion between segments of the people and the ‘deep state’, getting justice will always remain a pipe dream.
Such anxiety will probably be manipulated in the future for some political dividends. In any case, Mr Zardari may not have the political capacity to bring the killers to justice.The main accused that is Pervez Musharraf and his core team, have already started to deny that he ever met the UN team. Interestingly, it is the same UN whose ‘resolution on Kashmir’ is considered a bible on the Kashmir dispute. Like the report on the break-up of Pakistan, this one will soon be turned controversial. A greater fear is that a concerted effort will be made to construct doubt. We shouldn’t be surprised if tomorrow some conspiracy theory points a finger at Benazir Bhutto’s children.
The Rehman report was made controversial due to claims that the report was inconclusive and biased. Similarly, some key public intellectuals are trying to create doubt about this report as well. The main issue raised is why didn’t the Commission reveal names? But how could they do this if they were being stopped and facts hidden.
The most critical common thread between the two investigations is that the partial results will plant seeds of doubt amongst the marginalised people of Pakistan regarding the intent of the powerful elite to be truthful and be merciful. Just imagine – what chance do ordinary folk have when important people like Benazir Bhutto are killed and a half of the state sacrificed? Most tragically, the common folk will probably not take the report to heart and surrender to the fact that it’s just that our gods behave badly.
Do abuse the external conspirators but emphasize most on ‘ Prominent Inner Mir Jaffar & Mir Sadiq within PPP ‘ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Why not Ur fav***** star CJ take suo moto action against them…
LOL, why shouldn’t my another favorite Mr. Zardari may take action against them….
Go ask him….Read the article first then spit Ur hatred.We have referred this article for the same reason. As we are critical towards PPP also, but not stereotype commentator like U….at least add some insight of Ur own while commenting in spite of behaving like some popular TV Jokers
Ojhri disaster saw end of Junejo govt: Report
ISLAMABAD, April 13: A decade after the Ojhri camp disaster in Pakistan, a special report in The News, a leading English language daily here, reveals that the incident led to the fall of Pakistan’s first democratic government after the martial law of General Zia Ul Haq. The government of prime minister Muhammad Khan Junejo, installed by General Zia, was dismissed shortly after the Ojhri camp blasts and the newspaper says that an inquiry report by Junejo’s government was the reason for the dismissal.
On April 10, 1988, over one million citizens of the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad stared death in the eye: A blast in the ammunition depot of Ojhri camp wreaked havoc as shells and rockets of various shapes and sizes started raining over a radius of ten miles. Red Cross officials say that the death toll after two days was over 1,000 with an equal number injured or maimed by the flying projectiles.
The first reaction of many citizens was that India had attacked. This was during the height ofthe Afghan conflict, with Pakistan about to sign the Geneva accords four days later. Others argued that the Soviets had attacked Pakistan to teach the country a lesson.
What had actually happened was that an ammunition camp within the limits of Rawalpindi had been blown up. Due to the close proximity of Islamabad and the direction of the missiles, most of the heated rockets and shells were projected towards the federal capital. Most of the ammunition in this camp was for the Afghan war, reveals the newspaper report.
Two committees were formed by the government to look into the affair. The first was the military committee headed by a serving General. This committee’s findings and recommendations were ignored since it called for the removal of General Zia’s right hand man, General Akhtar Abdul Rehman, along with other senior military officials. Its report, presented within one week of the incident, was rejected.pAnother more interesting committee was the one set up by prime minister Muhammad Khan Junejo.This was a political committee headed by a Cabinet minister and comprising four federal ministers. Controversy surrounded the findings of this committee. The members could not reach a consensus on who was responsible for the Ojhri tragedy. In his remarks, the head of the committee, Aslam Khattak concluded, “No one was responsible. It was an act of Allah.”
However, the minister of state for defence, Rana Naeem Mehmood, a hawk in the Junejo cabinet and a die hard proponent of democracy, prepared a non paper which was signed by three of the five members of the political inquiry committee. The paper recommended the court martial of senior Generals and laid the blame on General Akhtar Abdul Rehman. “Many believe that this paper cost Junejo his government,” reports The News.
The newspaper report also gives another interesting angle: an interview with General Hamid Gul, a senior member of the Army Command at the time. Gul says, “Before the blast, the first draft of the accord said both the Sovietsand the Americans would stop arms supplies to Afghanistan. But after Ojhri, the Americans accepted negative symmetry, agreeing that both sides would continue with their supplies.”
Copyright © 1998 Indian Express Newspapers (Bombay) Ltd.
@Ali Arqam ‘Critical towards PPP’ forum is a big cause and that big cause is not an inherited property of some ‘Darbari’ like petty people who only knows or taught to clap on every move and act of their King and for all the king’s men no matter what and raises their eye brows, when any negative comment is received against the same. If all the ‘darbaris’ are endowed with this ability then there is no way the king may survive the turmoil and humiliation of future, all thanks to such durbaris. It is always good to have criticizing people around rather than always clapping type darbaris. You used the word ‘WE’, I am also amongst the ‘We’ of supporting the forum, but am always eager to criticize and accept the positive criticism, as I know PPP (may be more than you do) do have inner elements who are no celestial beings and are always ready to make their run, when the time is dire. As long as they are in, they are ‘un-touchable, forbidden to be discussed’ till the time they make a ‘great escape’. I, (instead of using the word ‘I’, must use ‘WE’) die hard supporter of the true PPP legacy and by criticizing unwanted dubious characters, who are eager to tarnish the legacy to the point of extinction, do not make me a ‘hater’ and do not need a certificate from a stereotype darbari to express, specially on this forum. How the comments and criticisms are perceived in the narrow minds as well as in broad minds, is all up to the receiver’s brown matter quality and quantity, if available within the small jar of head.
Extremism is a disease, whether it is in the nature of religion, political favoritism, language, cast, region, country, color, etc., it remains a negative trait of humanity rather inhumane. We are already facing a worst form in religion, let’s welcome another in political form!
Live healthy, think healthy.
The above posted article is an answer to what U are complaining, as its not in praise or flattery. If U are a regular visitor of the blog, U may have seen the post condemning Rehman Malik on the untouchability of security officials by the UN Commission and the latest on his giving clean chit to Hamid Gul as well. Sorry if my comments have hurted U but the way U have commented is in not any way different from typical style of Tele anchors and those who extract their part of wisdom from them.
Yaar Why not U read this article????
I was to apologize to you earlier due my blunt reaction, but last day my DSL gone bad and couldn’t get the net access. Now I apologize for the blunt reply. I have been a regular visitor of LUBP for quite some time and analyze very critically, all the posts and comments almost daily, from the time I get. Some times I contribute few articles on LUBP. LUBP, one immense medium to move ahead and having immense literary treasure and asset in the form of LUBP authors, I am impressed with.
Yes, I did read the whole article and was simply emphasizing to have a catch on the inner elements first, as externals can be apprehended as and when a positive ‘will’ is there, but the inner elements are the most dangerous like termites. I was, sorry again, commenting on your comment and not on the article itself, as the article had already talked about the inner elements. I agree that since the UN report, most stress on TV is on the part I am talking about, rather almost the same. I posted an article by name ‘THEORY OF CONSPIRACY’ on LUBP recently, underlining all the ‘ON AIR’ theories and the potential theories that will be in the air soon. It was ‘Just another article’ amongst many, maligning or jibing the current PPP leadership on the above hot issues and many more. Why did I wrote that article even staying within the forum of LUBP? I intentionally did that.
Allow me to express me and millions (I repeat millions). May be we were the followers of the philosophy not the idolizers of the leaders who ever they may be. I am trying to raise my utmost voice for the long forgotten real PPP and its philosophy, ideology and its supporters, who are lost and ignored somewhere in the crowd. ‘Ignored’ does not mean that the supporter, like a petty Jiyala asks for a job and perquisite in return for his devotedness, ignored may mean that the philosophy of PPP was on very large canvas, on the easel of the nation at large, but now curtailed to ‘few good close men’ and on to ‘self’. Believe me, due to the distrust on current leadership and their very very prominent morality flaws, supporters are further pushed into oblivion. Their faithfulness is not allowing them to find alternatives or substitutes in other parties. Still now they are what they were, followers of the philosophy that some great minds once created in the form of PPP, now long lost in empty space. Mere slogans by reminding the great names of BB and ZAB in every speech, by placing pictures of BB in front or in behind, can not envelop the perception. I personally consider this, a cheap trick instead.
Leave the TV people, as they will always try to earn their bread talking about every worthless scam they have or they create. I already have written in my article, that media will earn a lot from the day the UN report will emerge into the horizon. Every program and ‘Breaking News’ will be enveloped around by fancy, colorful, musical commercials, even though the news would be on the killing of Benazir Bhutto as a sad event. This is painful commercialism instead of ‘informationism’. Sania/Shoab marriage ceremony and BB’s assassination scenes were shown side by side many times. Their marriage was more important instead of Pakistan/US strategic dialogues, was a sheer example of it. When we like anchor comments, we place him as savior, when we see negativity, we proclaim them puppets of ISI, CIA, Army, establishment, etc etc. It is our hypocrisy instead of theirs.
Under current circumstances, we follow the philosophy or we follow the current leadership terming them as the symbol of the same philosophy with all the blots and stains. That contrast is honestly not being absorbed by many till the time when the truth emerges otherwise. So better wait for the good times but blots are deepening making them un-washable and that is real painful.
Theoretically, the literal society like LUBP and million many others, are the followers of the PPP philosophy but the question is, ‘do the actors currently playing the real drama in the echelons of power, care about the bit of philosophy or is just an eyewash to keep us busy in finding the good things even amongst the worst they do or to stay silent’ ????
Whatever the conspiracy theory you subscribed to before, you can find something in the report to back up your theory.
Start with the ‘Musharraf did it’ camp. There are so many references to the ‘pervasive’ intelligence agencies in the UN report, that this particular theory can seem like a slam dunk, with the allegations against the MI chief, a loyal Musharraf man, the smoking gun. They had something to hide; ergo the crime scene was hosed down.
But a closer reading of the report points to a more prosaic theory: that the TTP/Al Qaeda/militants wanted BB dead and Mush made it easy for them to kill her. Why?
If it weren’t so terribly tragic, it could have been a soap opera. Mush, the recalcitrant son, had exhausted his godfather’s, America’s, patience. Exasperated, the godfather had decided to marry him off to a woman. The strong-willed bride-to-be was supposed to get Mush to focus on protecting the family empire by eliminating its rivals, the Taliban.
But Mush, long used to being king of his castle, wasn’t willing to share the limelight with a new lady, BB. He tried everything to deter BB from coming to live in his kingdom. When all else failed, he tried to make her feel unsafe, knowing full well the rival empire, the Taliban, would want to eliminate her.
The rivals were worried that at long last the godfather’s dream of crushing them was about to come true. Bickering or not, the marriage would pose a formidable threat to the Taliban’s power.
The only way to stop the marriage would be take out one of the two partners. The Taliban had tried and failed to get Mush and now it was all but impossible. BB, though, was a possibility. Helpful was the squabbling between the reluctant couple, which left her exposed. Fast forward to Dec 27, and the dirty deed is done.
But the theory gets little play because it’s based on something few Pakistanis know much, or anything, about: militancy. Everyone, though, knows about Musharraf. And about Zardari and his buddies, of course.
The ‘Zardari did it’ camp has leapt on to para 96 of the UN report. The one about the back-up bullet-proof Merc sent from Zardari House with Rehman Malik and Babar Awan on board. Aha, they fled the scene of the blast, so they must be involved.
Regicide is certainly an ancient practice and human nature hasn’t changed much in the intervening millennia. But I’ve yet to meet anyone who thinks Zardari and his buddies may have been involved in BB’s death who doesn’t also harbour a bitter, visceral hatred for the man and his circle.
The theory would be far more convincing if someone who occasionally has something charitable to say about Zardari also subscribed to it. Say what you will about the man and his circle of shady characters, but having access to a rent-a-suicide-bomber assassination squad?
The other ‘fact’ that this group leaps on is that Zardari has shown little interest in using the state apparatus to investigate BB’s assassination and has rewarded all the ‘suspects’ in the PPP with top slots. Again, a more prosaic theory is available: Zardari possibly calculated that the PPP, now his PPP, needed to be in power after 12 years in the wilderness to re-establish linkages with the electorate rather than take on a shadowy enemy with uncertain consequences for the PPP’s, his party’s, future.
None of this is to suggest that Musharraf or Zardari couldn’t have done it. We, the public, simply know too little to definitively dismiss any possibility.
But it is striking how the more extreme theories — that Musharraf or Zardari did it, for example — are the mainstream ones, and the more obvious one — that the militants did it — is at best relegated to quirky status.
Our army has sent a hundred and fifty thousand troops to battle this enemy, our state has spent hundreds of billions of rupees to fight it, we have lost tens of thousands of men, women, children and soldiers to it.
So extreme is this enemy that anyone who knows anything about, say, the Laskhar-i-Jhangvi wouldn’t be surprised if it decided to kill BB because she wore a Shia amulet on her arm the day she returned to Pakistan.
And yet nobody seems to think the enemy within could have killed BB.
Who killed BB? Someone did, clearly. But with our eyes wide shut we’ll never get any closer to finding her killers.
Thanks for the above link. Yes, thats the fun of the report. Telling and involving every one yet silent and allows every one to make up their own perception. That reminds the JFK’s assasination when almost all intelligence agencies were somehow found attached with the crime including the next presidential candidate(s). Mystery remains the mystery.
Yousuf Nazar’s rebuttal to Cyril Almeida:
DAWN columnist’s spin on BB’s murder
By Yousuf Nazar
I was quite surprised to see this rubbish written by a DAWN staffer (Cyril Ameida). It is a weak and poorly argued piece to suggest (believe it or not) that some militant group could be ”responsible” for BB’s murder.
A quote from this article:
“But the theory gets little play because it’s based on something few Pakistanis know much, or anything, about: militancy. Everyone, though, knows about Musharraf. And about Zardari and his buddies, of course.”
Pakistanis know much more about militancy than some of these desk journalists and writers. Students in the college and university campuses, ordinary workers and peasants from Sohrab Goth to Binori Town, and from Jhang to Bahwalnagar, and from Azad Kashmir to Mir Ali, know so much about militancy that some of these armchair analysts would be shocked. My driver who worked for me four years ago (he was from Swat) could pinpoint the mosques in Karachi where arms were stored and even give the description of the security personnal protecting the militants in addition to tracing their linkages to the particular religious outfits.
Another silly observation in this column:
“But it is striking how the more extreme theories — that Musharraf or Zardari did it, for example — are the mainstream ones, and the more obvious one — that the militants did it — is at best relegated to quirky status.”
Maybe it is obvious to this writer, how so? Who came up with the Baitullah Mehsud tape in less than 24 hours? It is ridiculous to believe that people who could not catch Baitullah for the next two year or so, could not lay their hands on Mullah Fazalullah and arrested and released Qari Saifullah Akhtar, were so on top of things that they traced the murder to Baitullah within the next 24 hours and then? After more than two years, the investigation shows no sign of either commitment or seriousness.
These desk journalists who meet Army generals and US diplomats and some times even get entertained at US Embassy parties should know that the people of Pakistan are far more politically conscious than they seem to think.
If it was al Qaeda or any militant group, the US media and the press would be all over and jumping up and down, in “I told you so” mode.
But unfortunately for them, the head of the UN Commission was Heraldo Muñoz, a noted Chilean politician and current Ambassador to the UN.
Having experienced the long oppressive rule of Chile’s military dictator Pinochet, Muñoz has a better understanding of how military generals and intelligence agencies operate than an ordinary diplomat or a journalist. Muñoz has formidible academci credentials. He was recipient of the “Distinguished Alumnus Award” from the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver (1991), was bestowed with the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from the State University of New York (1996) and was a Ph.D. fellow at the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. (1977). He later taught at the University of Chile’s Institute of International Studies.
Muñoz co-founded the Party for Democracy (PPD) and participated in the executive committee of the campaign to vote “no” on a second term for Augusto Pinochet during the 1988 plebiscite. Muñoz was chairman of a special UN committee on al Qaeda sanctions, during which he noted a reluctance by many countries to cooperate in reporting names and information to the committee and in acting on information received by the committee. He was troubled by al Qaeda’s continued ability to circumvent sanctions, which he said “need more teeth”. In January 2004, Muñoz served as the President of the Security Council. He is a prolific writer and his most recent books include : A Solitary War: A Diplomat’s Chronicle of the Iraq War and Its Lessons, Fulcrum Publishing, 2008 (also in Spanish) and The Dictator’s Shadow: Life Under Augusto Pinochet, Basic Books, 2008
Given the high reputation and integrity of the UN Commission chairman, even the right wing section of the US media has found it difficult to criticise the report because its pet theory : ” al Qaeda did it”, has been practically trashed or “rebuked” in diplomatic parlance. There is a noticeable quietness on that front. It is best for the likes of Condi Rice and Robert Gates to forget Benazir.
The latest development in the ongoing coverup is that the infamous CPO Saud Aziz is in “protective custody” of the intelligence agencies. Are they forcing him to be the fall guy?
A small section of the media, including Mr. Almeida, should know one basic about crime. Only the guilty try to cover up. It is very clear who tried to cover up and who is still trying to cover up. The military establishment.
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