General Pervez Musharraf & Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

Pervez Musharraf (born: 11 August 1943), is a retired four-star general and a politician who served as the tenth President of Pakistan from 2001 until 2008. Prior to that, he was the 13th Chief of Army Staff from October 1998 till November 2007, and was also the tenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan Armed Forces from 1998 until 2001. Commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1964, Musharraf rose to national prominence after being appointed to the four-star assignments in October 1998 by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. On 6 October 1998, Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif relieved the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and the Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, General Jehangir Karamat, from the command of the Pakistani Armed Forces for making public statements regarding and contradicting the policies of public administration. 5.0/5

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25.06.2013... Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced in the National Assembly that former President , General Pervez Musharraf will be tried for treason under Article 6 of the Constitution. [ Musharraf had on 03.11.2007 imposed the state of Emergecy in the country, and dismissed the judges of the Supreme Court, and High Courts] in violation of the Constitution].
1999–present In October 1999, after the Kargil War ended with the unconditional withdrawal of the Pakistani forces from the Indian controlled peaks, the Pakistan Army overthrew a democratically elected government for the fourth time, resulting in additional sanctions being applied against Pakistan, leading to General Pervez Musharraf coming to power in a bloodless coup. However, this time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sacked Musharraf when he was on his way to Pakistan from Colombo. He dismissed the Army Chief and appointed General Ziauddin Butt as Army Chief when Musarraf's plane was in the air. That was not enough, the plane was not allowed to land at the Karachi Airport and barricades were erected on the runway. The corps commanders acted swiftly across Pakistan, particularly in Karachi and Islamabad. Brigadiar Muzaffar Usmani took control of Karachi Airport and arrested the Inspector General of Sind Police, Rana Maqbool Ahmed. Musharraf stepped down as President in August 2008. On 30 July 2009, the Pa ...
New stories being coined to absolve Nawaz Sharif who ordered pull out from Kargil after Bill Clinton's telephone. On 15th June 1999 US President Bill Clinton, in a telephonic conversation, is reported to have asked Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to pull out from Kargil. Nawaz Sharif cannot absolve himself of Kargil debacle by holding General Pervez Musharraf responsible. After all he was prime minister with 2/3rd majority in Parliament that some analysts say was manipulated with the help of establishment. if nawaz jst wait more 15 days..india surly gav kashmeer.but nawaz becom tht tym also a bakri.n begging frm clinton abt his gov..not thinking for tht he jst hav 2 tell clinton cz india done in bangladesh n now its our turn 2 pay back...n w8 for 15 days,india was crying tht tym...n must hav 2 gav kashmeer...but nawaz becom lanti.after tht throw jadda for many years.he didnt do for sav his gov but ALLAH take his gov frm him 2.
Stranded Pakistanis Arab News Friday 21 December 2012 Referring to the story “PRC calls for repatriation of stranded Pakistanis,” it is commendable that Arab News is highlighting the issue of forgotten Pakistanis. The rulers and leaders totally ignored those Pakistanis who sided with army in 1971 war against India resulting in creation of Bangladesh. In 1973-74, late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto brought 200,000 stranded Pakistanis from Bangladesh and in 1988 late President Zia-ul-Haque established Rabita Trust with Muslim World League to organize repatriation and rehabilitation of stranded Pakistanis. In 1993 ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif repatriated a few hundred families who settled in Punjab in houses built by the Trust and there are thousands of houses still lying vacant as repatriation stopped after Sharif’s government was dislodged by General Pervez Musharraf. It is pity that Rabita Trust was frozen in 2002 by President Musharraf which stopped all the process and support to stranded Pakistanis living ...
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