Pakistan Army that gives ghaddari certification does not know what to do with traitor Musharraf

Pakistan Army that gives ghaddari certification does not know what to do with traitor Musharraf

In two contexts. You could risk being called a traitor if you talked about the 2014 terror attack on the lingering injustice and Peshawar Army Public School. On the other hand, a special court in Islamabad charged President Pervez Musharraf with the traitor tag and awarded him death penalty.

No one in Pakistan would like to discuss the horrors of’16 December’. It is a day when everything is swept under the carpet. It is a day. Since the tragedy of the Peshawar school assault in 2014, 16 December has become a day to acknowledge the’sacrifice’ of our children who were murdered in cold blood – a sacrifice that no one expects from a six-year-old on the first day of her college.

It’s more about the valour of kids and less about the of the policies that resulted in the attack; about bringing closure for those parents who await justice it not. You can grieve and mourn and commemorate, but you can’t ask questions about how the Peshawar school attack was a security lapse and/or about the inquiry.

Hinting that nations learn from their past Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa this week discussed the lessons to be learnt by the fall of the Peshawar school massacre and Dhaka. He said that’if the state begins asserting itself too much people break away from the social contract’ they are bound by that together with the state.

‘When the state starts ignoring the rights of its citizens, that contract is broken. This is when Bangladesh came into being, what happened,’ he said.

But questions of faith and justice are just. Talking about issues that are real makes you less of a and much more of a traitor.

Making 17 if not a day to reflect judgement.

Former military dictator General Pervez Musharraf was given death penalty for unlawfully imposing Emergency and so subverting the Constitution in 2007 of Pakistan . The Nawaz Sharif government in 2013 initiated the high treason case against Musharraf. However, Musharraf left Pakistan in March 2016 on reasons and has been declared an absconder.

Musharraf violated the Constitution and pushed Pakistan to fight the 1999 Kargil War with India but the Pakistan Army doesn’t consider these as blunders.

To mention that posts were held by Musharraf of’Army chief and chairman joint chief of staff committee’ does not absolve him of treason. If rank was the standard here did the Pakistan Army send a Brigadier to the gallows and a top General to prison for treachery? Applying the Musharraf logic, were?

When sitting prime ministers such as Nawaz Sharif and Yousaf Raza Gillani were handed sentences, the’pain’ and’anguish’ didn’t matter because only when a’holy cow’ is convicted will the delusions of the national discourse be dismantled.

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