Jamshed Dasti Archive

Jamshed Dasti: You have no idea who I am! – by Umer Nangiana: “You have no idea about the powers of MNAs. You will regret this,” Dasti threatened two patrolling officers. PHOTO: Express/Shahid Saeed ISLAMABAD: Just as people in glass houses should not hurl stones, people in parliament houses should not hurl threats.
Tavilay ki bala: from Ifitkhar Chaudhry to Jamshed Dasti: طویلے کی بلا بندر کے سر – از افتخار چودھری تا جمشید دستی یہ بہت پرانامحارہ ہے آپ نے بھی سن رکھا ہو گا۔ لہذا اس کی وجہ تسمیہ سمجھانے کے لیئے ہم آپ کو مزید بور نہیں کر
Did Jamshed Dasti free the rapists of Mukhtaran Mai? – by Maula Bux Thadani: The fundemental principle followed by Pakistan’s urban intelligensia (fake civil society – FCS) is to divert criticism away from the real culprits. Jamshed Dasti (a commoner, a PPP MNA from Muzaffargarh) did not free the rapists of Mukhtaran Mai,
Pakistani Media: Of floods, facts and fiction!! – by Saad Mansoor: Related article: What Pakistan did right in response to the massive floods in 2010 – by C. Christine Fair The floods that wreaked havoc in the country were of Biblical proportions, however, they compare nothing to the propaganda unleashed
Jamshed Dasti, the rapists’ protector: Is this Benazir Bhutto’s PPP? – by Abdul Nishapuri: I have previously expressed concern about the bad old ways of the Pakistan People’s Party, which were particularly evident in the manner in which party tickets for various seats of national and provincial assemblies were allocated to candidates who
Ahmed Ludhianvi of Sipah-e-Sahaba hits back at PPP: Some important points: 1. Ahmed Ludhianvi accuses 25 PPP MNAs including Qamar Zaman Kaira, Faisal Karim Kundi and Jamshed Dasti of taking the support of Sipah-e-Sahaba in their election campaigns. According to him, there is an equally long list
People of Pakistan slap controversial judge Iftikhar Chaudhry big time: PPP wins both MNA seats in the Punjab by-elections: Not unlike in the past, the people of Pakistan once again voted in today’s by-elections for the Pakistan People’s Party, Pakistan’s largest and most popular political party which has representation in all the four provinces and other parts of