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Musharraf behind Lal Masjid operation: Report
Findings add to former president’s woes
It's true that General Pervez Musharraf had operations and killed hundreds of people, but why we are forgetting that during his era it was the most powerful and successful Pakistan. Nowadays, in smallest roads ramps, you will find people with guns and nods. He waited for 3 days for terrorist to come out of the most before he threw gases inside. But why are we ignoring the fact that if he wanted he could have ordered to his army to go inside and starting firing. NO! HE DIDN'T! Just because he respected Mosque. Take another example of his bravery and principles. He came to Pakistan to contest elections. He knew he had cases pending on him. He knew there are threats to kill him. Still he came back for a better Pakistan. REMEMBER!!! He was the head of Army for Pakistan. He saved Pakistan from attacks. He saved us all. He devoted his life for his People of Pakistan. But People don't care all the good things you do them. All the remember is the bad times... Its life... I wish and pray for General Musharraf.
Saleem, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
What are we Pakistanis going to gain from these kind of ventures? We all know that our past has been dark because of many like Musharraf. Officials are just wasting their time and our money. Let us elect honest leadership and strive for a new era.
Khurshid Qazi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Justice should be done with Mr Musharaf who killed more then 200 Muslims in Laal Masjid and feels no shame.
Mohammad, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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