Tag: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto ZAB

  • جیسی تربیت ویسی ہی شخصیت .- از ذوا لفقار علی

    جیسی تربیت ویسی ہی شخصیت .- از ذوا لفقار علی

    ضیا کے جل کر دھواں بن جانے کے بعد اس کی تربیت یافتہ باقیات نے بہی بھٹو خاندان کو سیاست سے باہر اور جیلوں کے اندر رکھنے میں کوئ کسر نہیں چھوڑی تہی. لیکن جیسی تربیت عظیم قائد شہید ذوالفقار علی بھٹو کی باصول اور انسانیت پرست شریک حیات کی تہی ویسی ہی اس کی […]

  • Welcome Zardari: Lahore Jalsa – by Naveed Javed

    Welcome Zardari: Lahore Jalsa – by Naveed Javed

    Like it or not but President Zardari has done what no other politician in the history of Pakistan could do. He remained the only ‘Ghazi’ of PPP who stayed in the ranks of opponents and came out victoriously with nobility and probity.  After Benazir’s death, I have noticed a complete transition in the personality Asif […]

  • Ahamadiya Issue – by Zulfiqar Ali

    Ahamadiya Issue – by Zulfiqar Ali

    On September 7, 1974, second amendment to constitution of Pakistan was passed. It declared Ahamadis as Non-Muslims. No doubt it was a huge mistake. However there are some reasons behind that. Some are facts, some my interpretations. I am not defending this amendment any way. However some things need to be considered.  We do not […]

  • اور حساب کیسے برابر ہوا؟ – از جاوید سومرو

    اور حساب کیسے برابر ہوا؟ – از جاوید سومرو

    سخت گرمیوں کی وہ دوپہر میرے ذہن کے کسی کونے میں آج بھی محفوظ ہے جب اچانک میرے پرائمری سکول میں میرے استاد نے بھرائی ہوئی آواز میں کہا کہ بچوں سکول کی چھٹی ہوگئی ہے اور آپ سب گھر جاؤ۔ میرے بچگانہ ذہن کو کچھ سمجھ تو نہیں آرہا تھا لیکن ایک احساس تھا […]

  • O Cheater! It is you who should remember “Zulfikar Ali Bhutto”!

    O Cheater! It is you who should remember “Zulfikar Ali Bhutto”!

      I was disgusted to see a small news report that appeared on 3rd August after Imran Khan’s appearance in front of the highly exalted, holier than thou, judges of the Supreme Court, headed by the Abul Cheater, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Apparently the mouth of south, the king of garbage, Iftikhar Chaudhry reminded Imran Khan […]

  • Pakistan and Egypt: Where Armies Rule – by Ayesha Siddiqa

    Pakistan and Egypt: Where Armies Rule – by Ayesha Siddiqa

    ISLAMABAD — The July 3 coup that ousted Egypt’s first popularly elected president, Mohamed Morsi, reminds us that military putsches can happen anywhere. Egypt and Pakistan have political similarities. Both have powerful and predatory armies, are heavily militarized and suffer from a weak civil society that does not understand that political liberalization will never occur […]

  • مارشل لاء اور بھٹو مائتھالوجی

    مارشل لاء اور بھٹو مائتھالوجی

    مارشل لاء اور بھٹو مائتھالوجی آج پانچ جولائی ہے-یہ وہ تاریخ ہے جس میں “آپریشن فئیر پلے “کے نام پر پاکستان کی تاریخ کا سب سے ان فئیر اپریشن پلے کیا گیا-پاکستان کے عوام آج تک اس فاؤل کے اثرات بھگت رہی ہے- میں آج جب پانچ جولائی کے حوالے سے کچھ تحریر کرنے کا […]

  • پی پی کے لئے مشورہ – از نصرت جاوید

    پی پی کے لئے مشورہ – از نصرت جاوید

        Source : http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1101866674&Issue=NP_LHE&Date=20130608

  • پیپلز پارٹی کی شکست کے بعد رہنماؤں کے استعفے

    پیپلز پارٹی کی شکست کے بعد رہنماؤں کے استعفے

    پاکستان کی سابق حکمراں جماعت پیپلز پارٹی کی گیارہ مئی کے عام انتخابات میں غیر متوقع انتخابی کارکردگی کے بعد پارٹی رہنماؤں کے مستعفی ہونے کاسلسلہ جاری ہے۔ گیارہ مئی کے اب تک غیر حتمی انتخابی نتائج کے مطابق پاکستان میں پانچ سال تک حکومت کرنے والی جماعت، پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی کی پارلیمنٹ میں موجودگی […]

  • Filmistan: Here and there – by Waseem Altaf

    Filmistan: Here and there – by Waseem Altaf

    Pakistan’s film industry shares a common culture with Indian film world. However, as Bollywood (inclusive of regional films) occupies a center stage on the international film scene, Lollywood is history; Bollywood was the largest producer of films in the world by 2011, the total number of censor board certificates issued for celluloid, video and digital […]

  • ذوالفقارعلی بھٹو کی یاد میں – از تاثیر چیمہ

    ذوالفقارعلی بھٹو کی یاد میں – از تاثیر چیمہ

    مرزا ساگر سنده دا ميں پتر شاه لطيف دا،مينوں بلهے بدهى پگهـ ميں شيراں دے گهر جمياں، مين بگهياڑاں لتا ٹهگ ميں مرزا ساگر سنده دا، ميرى راول دے وچ منگ بهانوے وچ جنڈولے سولياں، ميں ريۂناں اس دے سنگ ميں عشق دى بازى كهيڈ لئي، هن اڈاں وانگ پتنگ كر قول كدى نه مكراں […]

  • بھٹوکی پھانسی اور ہمارا ادب – از عامر حسینی

    بھٹوکی پھانسی اور ہمارا ادب – از عامر حسینی

    4-اپریل 1979 ہماری سماج میں جہاں سیاست کے اندر ایک مستقل تلخی گھولے جانے کا عکاس ہے وہیں یہ دن ہمارے ادب کو نئی جہت ملنے کی عکاسی بھی کرتا ہے-میں جب اس حوالے سے اپنی یادوں کو کھنگالتا ہوں تو مجھے یاد آتا ہے کہ ڈاکٹر فیروز صاحب نے ایک مضمون اس وقت کے […]

  • Pakistan needs another Bhutto but not another Zia -by Riaz Ali Toori

    Pakistan needs another Bhutto but not another Zia -by Riaz Ali Toori

    Today is April 4th -a gloomy day in the history of Pakistan. This day in 1979, the alluring leader and voice of the people of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was put to death in a most deplorable way by a military dictator in connivance with Pakistan’s apex judiciary. ZA Bhutto -an elected democratic Prime Minister […]

  • Why there will never be another Martial Law in Pakistan – by Dr Shahid Bajwa

    The elections are finally here but there is still a lot of anxiety whether they will be held on time, or held at all. Of course there are no certainties in politics but there are some larger trends which are more powerful than individual players. The information technology, including satellite TV, mobile phones and internet […]

  • The Life and Legacy of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed

    The Life and Legacy of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed

    Remember, remember, the 27th of December! The night that tore the heavens asunder! In her autobiography, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed writes of the time when she was allowed to travel to England in 1984 for medical treatment by the most brutal dictator in Pakistan’s history, General Zia ul Haq. When she entered Heathrow Airport, a large […]

  • چیف جسٹس افتخار چودھری کے نام تاریخ کا پیغام – سعد منصور

    ہم نے سوچا کہ چیف جسٹس  میں اپنے پی سی-او-پر لئے گئےحلف پر معافی مانگنے کی ہمت نہیں تو کیا ہوا- بلا شبہ وہ دل میں ضرور نادم ہوگے پر آج تو انہوں نے ہماری ساری  خوشفہمی دور کرکے ہمیں ہی نادم کردیا- فرماتے ہیں کہ، “پاکستان کا عدالتی نظام ایک مثال ہے، جتنے بھی […]

  • Former PM Gillani: Pir Mehar Ali Shah’s ‘holy mission’ to defeat Qadianis was completed by Bhutto

    Pakistan’s recently ousted premier Yousuf Raza Gilani reportedly addresses an anti-Ahmadi rally organized by a splinter faction of Khatima-e Nubuwwat movement, the infamous extremist hate group operating in various parts of Pakistan. The conference, held in the town of Golra Shareef near Rawalpindi, was to commemorate the anti-Ahmadiyya activities of the group’s now deceased religious […]

  • Nawab Akbar Bugti the martyr – by Sanaullah Baloch

    The world watched incredulously as Pervez Musharraf declared war on Balochistan, and particularly against Nawab Akbar Bugti. Prior to fabricated rocket “attack” on Musharraf in December 2005, tanks rolled into Dera Bugti and other parts of Balochistan in January 2005, when Baloch nationalists were in talks with a parliamentary committee. In March 2005, the armed […]

  • The PPP accomplished what a military dictator could “NOT”… – by Saria Benazir

    July 5, 1977 was one of the darkest days in the history of Pakistan, which shoved the advancement of the country decades back, and marked the beginning of the authoritarian and atrocious regime of Zia ul Haq after a coup d’état overthrowing the civilian and democratic government of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto; viciousness, that continued […]

  • 4th April 1979 — The day Justice was hanged – by Kumail Ahmed

    5 July 1977 was the date when Zia toppled the elected government of Pakistan. This day marks the beginning on a destined end. An end to democracy, an end to free thought, an end to freedom, and an end to  practising religion freely. Some great stories place the end at the beginning, while the beginning come […]

  • Fact or fiction? Bhutto, General Zia and United Nation – by Azeem M. Mian

    Did Zulfikar Ali Bhutto tear down an important resolution by Poland which could have helped in a (relatively) honourable resolution of Pakistan-India war in 1971? Is General Zia-ul-Haq the first world leader in the history of UN whose speech in General Assembly was preceded by recitation of the Quran? The following article by Azeem M. […]

  • Sharam Wadi Shay Jenah Khay Daatar Diyaray – by Raza Baloch

    There is a famous poetry and saying in Sindhi language “Sharam Wadi Shay Jenah Khay Daatar Diyaray” which is close to “shame is good thing but if someone, have it”. A tough contest was expected during by-polls held in PS 83 Sanghar between PPP and Awami Tahreek. It is fact that Awami Tahreek led by […]

  • For upholding the Constitution, Prime Minister Gillani gets convicted! – by Farhad Jarral

    The Supreme Court of Pakistan has just convicted an elected Prime Minister for following an explicit Constitutional clause (Article 248 (2)) – on the basis of an Ordinance passed by a military dictator, General Musharaf (Contempt of Court Ordinance 2004) – who in turn was empowered to subvert the Constitution by this very same Judiciary!  However, if one is […]

  • Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, My Peace Hero – by Hifza Shah Jillani

    Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto is a known political phenomenon. Bhutto, not only a political leader, is someone who created new kind of politics in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, first state to be created in the name of Islam. He blessed the country with a constitution that had never been gifted in 26 years, a formal […]

  • Bhutto and I – by Nadeem F. Paracha

    On the morning of April 4, 1979, the military dictatorship of General Ziaul Haq hanged to death Pakistan’s first popularly elected Prime Minister, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Today is the 33rd anniversary of what turned out to be perhaps one of the gravest judicial and dictatorial crimes in the history of the troubled nation of Pakistan. […]

  • Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto aik zinda tehrik

    شہید ذوالفقار علی بھٹو ایک زندہ تحریک قائد عوام شہید ذوالفقار علی بھٹو کی 33 ویں برسی آج دنیا بھر میں عقیدت و احترام کے ساتھ منائی جارہی ہےٴ مرکزی تقریب گڑھی خدا بخش میں منعقد ہوگی جس میں صدر مملکت آصف علی زرداریٴ پی پی پی کے چیئرمین بلاول بھٹو زرداریٴ بختاور بھٹو زرداری […]

  • We applaud Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s bold message to pro-rapist Islamofascist judiciary

    Related post: Two important speeches on ZAB’s 33rd death anniversary We applaud PPP chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, on his bold speech on the 33rd Death Anniversary of Pakistan’s first elected Prime Minister and PPP founder, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.  In a show of courage that was reminesent of his mother, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal courageously articulated […]

  • Two important speeches on ZAB’s 33rd death anniversary

    Related post: We applaud Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s bold message to pro-rapist Islamofascist judiciary 4th April is a day when the PPP comes out as a victor against the forces that have tried their best to create hurdles in its way. Thousands of party workers, leaders and supporters reach Larkana every year to pay respects to […]

  • Lies and secrets — by Salman Tarik Kureshi

    In the coming week, the nation will commemorate the thirty-third anniversary of the day on which Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s soul was forcibly separated from his body. For more than sixty percent of the population who came into this world after that April morning, Bhutto is a chapter — albeit a major one — in their […]

  • Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s letter to a Baloch – by Raza Baloch

    Related post: Exaggerated and misunderstood: Z.A. Bhutto’s role in military operation in Balochistan Dear Baloch, As you aware that I was hanged by the Pakistan’s Punjabi-Muhajir judiciary on instructions of an Arain General who I thought was loyal to Pakistan and promoted him to the rank of chief of army staff. I was trialed in […]

  • Mullah, the Talib and Pashtun society – by Asad Munir

    Originally Posted at: The Friday Times Pashtuns are believed to be the largest segmentary lineage society in the world today. They have been living in their defined homeland areas since ages, in a social order loosely defined by the code of Pashtunwali. They believe in the myth that they are children of one common ancestor, […]

  • Who is Supreme – Parliament or The Supreme Court? – by Farhad Jarral

    It’s been a trend in Pakistani media to make headlines and breaking news on television that the Government is unstable and rumors of the imminent military coup are always floating around. The headlines and breaking news syndrome gained further hype when the opposition along with some other anti democratic entities were forced to acknowledge that […]

  • Zardari while nowhere near ZAB’s ability or talents is a far better politician than him – by Ayaz Amir

    This is no longer about the finer points of the law, if it ever was that. It has turned into a full-blown political tamasha (spectacle) but not quite in the way the doom brigade had imagined. The Zardari dispensation has not collapsed; the PPP has not grovelled, an apology of any sort the last thing […]

  • Target of the century – by Ibrar A. Mir

    دھائیوں کا نشانہ پانچ جولائی 1977، چھ اگست 1990، پانچ نومبر 1996 اور اب 2012 کی کوئی وارد کی ھوئی تاریخ کونسی ھوتی ھے اسکا انتظار کرنا پڑیگا یا پھر موجودہ گورنمنٹ کی دی ھوئی تاریخ کو معجزے سے کم نہیں سمجھنا چاھئیے اور کچھ لوگوں کے لیئے یہ ہضم کرنابھی مشکل ھو گا کیونکہ […]

  • Ongoing judicial murder of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto by a Punjabi army backed Punjabi judge

    Constitutional experts in Pakistan as well as internationally have termed the execution of Pakistan’s first elected prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (ZAB) illegal, a judicial murder which was clearly influenced by Pakistan army. On April 4, 1979, Bhutto was hanged after Punjabi judges of the Lahore High Court ordered his execution on charges under Section […]

  • Setting right a historic wrong -by Fauzia Wahab

    The Supreme Court of Pakistan under his Lordship Mr Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, has taken upon itself the mantle of purging the country of all its ills and all its impurities. It has and rightly so, in a plethora of its judgments pledged to uphold the Constitution at all times to come. In one of its […]

  • Woh takhta dar per paida hoa tha -by Saeed Ahmed

    وہ تختہ دار پر پیدا ہوا تھا؟ اور 4 اپریل کی درمیانی شب دو بجے 3 ذوالفقار علی بھٹو تختہ دار پر پیدا ہوا تھا۔ اس کو ہمیشہ کی زندگی عطا کرنے کی آخری تیاریاں مکمل ہوچکی تھیں۔ عدالت اعظمیٰ کے عزت مآب چیف جسٹس انوار الحق نے ایک فیصلہ صرف دس سیکنڈ میں سناتے […]

  • Bhutto shaheed ki salgirah -by Nazir Qaiser

    اردو اور پنجابی کے معروف منفرد تیکھے لہجے اور بلند آہنگ شاعر اور ادیب نذیر قیصر روزنامہ مشرق کیلئے روزانہ قطعہ لِکھ رہے ہیں۔ ہم آج کا قطعہ قارئین کی خِدمت میں کراس پوسٹ کر رہے ہیں قافلہ رات میں ھے بھٹکا ھوا صبحِ نو کی پکار ہے بھٹو آج بھی تیرگی کے سینے میں […]

  • Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto – The allegory begins! -by Saria Benazir

    Bhuttoism is an ideology, which surges like blood in our bodies. The slogans of “Jeay Bhutto” send frissons to the enemies of democracy. Nevertheless, when one unfastens the brutal myth of the far-fetched Bhutto heroism; one ends up kaput, with a derelict empathy. It gets implausible to count the tears, when one emerges to unwrap […]

  • Benazir Bhutto- A Tale of Tears

    Front Line with Kamran Shahid – 27th December 2011 – Bhutto…Ashk Angez Dastaaan: We are pleased to cross post this excellent documentary “Benazir Bhutto- A Tale of Tears”. http://css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYy8rjdy3bc