Dark black shadows still alive – by H.A. Khan

About 37 years ago, an era of hope was ending and an era of despair, worst human atrocities, ethnic division, religious fundamentalism was beginning when General Zia-ul-Haq threw the government of the martyr ZA Bhutto.

It was the end on an era of the great statesman who had not only made possible the safe return of the Pakistan Army 90,000 prisoners of war from India but also managed to restore their lost respect in the country and all over the globe. This great man took the country to the highest peaks of honour and dignity all over the world with his vision and commitment.

This day (5 July 1977) will always be remembered as a Black day in the history of Pakistan and  what the country is facing now on all aspects its indeed because of the evil policies of the Zia-ul-Haq’s regime, which had thrown the masses into the handful of intolerant and illiterate Islamic fascists with all power.

It was the end of the light, and dark shadows began to float all over the country; we are still reaping the sour taste of those fruits which were laid under Zia-ul-Haq who was a great Mard-e-Momin Mard-e-Haq (exploiter of both faith and truth) in Islamic theocracy.

Today is the time for the masses and for the PPP to implement its true agenda which was laid in PPP convention in 1967/68 to overcome the miseries of the masses. PPP should not forget what ZA Bhutto wrote in his book ‘IF I AM ASSASSINATED’, that today I am facing this situation because I tried to bridge the gap between the two classes of this country, but I have reached the conclusion that class reconciliation is not possible and the victory of one will result in the defeat of other, and we could achieve our agenda for the comforts of masses through socialist ideas and with its economical principles.





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