General Pervez Musharraf & Saudi Arabia
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. Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. /5
General Pervez Musharraf has the right to go for the condolence to Saudi Arabia as a former President of Pakistan.
Nawaz Sharif was a right-hand batsman who made a duck in his only appearance for Railways against PIA in 1973-74. He then served two terms as Pakistan's Prime Minister, firstly between November 1990 and July 1993 and then from February 1997 to October 1999 when he was ousted by a coup led by General Pervez Musharraf. He was subsequently banned from holding public office for 21 years, and was exiled to Saudi Arabia. He returned in 2007 and won the 2013 general elections - in which his main opponent was the former Pakistan captain Imran Khan - and secured his third term as Prime Minister.
A slight glimpse on the history: December 1997 - After the immense pressure of Nawaz Sharif, President Farooq Leghari resigned, as he had left with no power after the 13th amendment. Nawaz Sharif removed Justice Sajjad Ali Shah after the resignation of President. January 1998 - Nawaz Sharif appointed a hand-puppet president in shape of Rafique Tarar. May 1998 – India conducted 5 atomic tests. In response, Pakistan also conducted 6 atomic tests. Co-incidentally Nawaz Sharif was the PM of Pakistan at that time. Since then, Nawaz Sharif takes the credit of conducting the atomic tests. After the atomic tests, he imposed emergency in the country. October 1998 - Nawaz Sharif forced COAS General Jahangir Karamat to resign after a dispute on the issue of forming a National Security Council. Then he picked General Pervez Musharraf as the new COAS. Doing this he had every actor of his own choice on the stage. A personal favourite President with zero power, a loyal judiciary, a personally appointed COAS, and a dum ...
General Pervez Musharraf is coming to Pakistan in March or April. Musharraf & Nawaz Sharif met in Saudi Arabia last month through some Arab & American "Friends". American plan is to empower Nawaz Sharif as a PM and Musharraf as a President. America has realised that PPP might lose elections and the real competition will be between PML-N & PTI. America doesn't want Imran Khan at any cost, so they have opted for Musharraf Nawaz Alliance... WAKE UP PAKISTANIS. WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY ? Page Senior Admin : Amna Khalid. ๑۩๑ "TAG, LIKE, COMMENT N SHARE" ๑۩๑ Eliminate Terrorism In Pakistan
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