Karachi- eik bar phir siyasat ki nazar

Guys we all know what happened yesterday in this city.
The question is , If Altaf has this much power (ghundas) in this city why don’t they try using it positively?
This was simply amzing. Where was Arbab yesterday?Where was Dr. Ishrat?? Must be busy guiding his ghundas, Else why were they silent? Why didn’t they stop these ghundas? “ya un ka bas nahin chalta apni party per?”
Why didn’t altaf called up 90 to stop all this bloodshed? TM is right, it was planned. Else, where did this party workers got ammunition from??
Somebody who says this all happened without us (the MQM bara ghundas: Altaf, Arbab, Ishrat) being involved, please stop fooling the citizens. Their party is filled up with ghundas none of the shareef people carry bullets, guns or such weapons and none of teh shurfas take weapons out on innocent people. MQM planned it that’s why they brought all these weapons to the rally.
MQM is a “katil” party.It has always been. “kuttay ki dum ko so saal bhi nalkay mein rakho teri hi rehti hay” They did it back in 1992, they are doing it again. And they will keep on doing it cause they are illiterate people they cannot fight with tongue, they cannot fight with pen, that’s why they are provided with these weapons.
It is all a game of politics. No one cares for Pakistan, the country. No one is safe.

Nisar mein teri galion key ay watan
Key jahan chali hay rasam key koi
Na sar utha key chalay
Jo koi chahnay wala tawaf ko niklay
Nazar chura key chalay
Jism-o-jan bacha key chalay

15 Comments so far

  1. AH (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 12:28 pm

    I have been a reader of this blog for a while but have never been a regular contributor. However, with yesterday’s events, I, as inconsequential as this might be, want to contribute and put my two cents in.

    Unaiza, I agree that MQM has again shown that it is a party of traitors, traitors to Pakistan and traitors to the Muhajirs. I found it hysterical and hypocritical for Mr. Altaf “I won’t let Karachiites have any of the freedoms that I enjoy in the West” Husain to comment that this whole tragedy was because of the CJP and then declaring a day of mourning.

    He is a coward and a traitor and so are his supporters.


  2. Hossp (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 12:31 pm

    I am not sure what are you trying to say. There is always going to be politics in Karachi and that is the fact of life.

    It was important for MQM to show that the CJ and his Jamaat Islami and Taliban supporters cannot take over Karachi. MQM flexed it muscles because it is fighting for its survival. If there is another military coup in Pakistan, which the CJ is clearly supporting and attempting to bring about, all provincial governments would be dismissed and MQM will lose power in Sindh and Karachi. So the MQM fought back for its survival. I wouldn’t blame them for that. However, I do think that by doing what they did in Karachi, they actually helped the Taliban in the Army to take over. MQM still suffers from a victim hood syndrome. They need to have confidence that they can deal with the opposition peacefully but I hasten to add, that the old habits die hard. MQM clearly is still dominated by the fascist and cannot get the idea that political goals can be achieved peacefully and with tact without the barrel of a gun.

    I prey for every one who lives in Karachi. I hope MQM matures politically. Instead of thwarting the attempted army coup, their actions in Karachi would help the army.


  3. MB (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 12:41 pm

    I suspected the blood in the air 12 hours before 12 May afternoon, late midnight here

    http://publicmb.wordpress.com/2007/05/12/12-million-hijacked-for-one-man%e2%80%99s-ego-an-open-letter-to-karachiites

    I shall write a detail analysis on my blog about 12 may and hopefully will prove to the COME-WHAT-MAY we-are-BLIND MQM lovers that its time they say GOOD BYE TO ALTAF and bring a change themselves because its their blindness which the man in london is cashing in, from which he receives power and dictates the roads,streets & people in Karachi.

    Because i know these people just shrug their shoulders saying ah h !! its just bashing, therefore i shall come mostly with facts,imges,videos,stats & newspaper reports scanned so that it be credible.


  4. Red_Munk!! (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 2:19 pm

    “COME-WHAT-MAY we-are-BLIND MQM lovers that its time they say GOOD BYE TO ALTAF ”

    Sure, miracles do happen i guess.

    —-

    Well said Unaiza. What happened to them post 1992? History shall repeat itself.


  5. Ibrahim (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 3:37 pm

    Unaiza, technically MQM did the same things before ’92. Between ’92-’95 army and governments did to MQM (and unfortunately to more Karachiites) what MQM did to others.

    Hossp, so political survival means to turn the city into your personal playground and harrass people? MQM thinks Karachi is their meraas. The fact is before MQM, JI ruled Karachi. So, it’s really JI’s meraas if you want to talk about who owns Karachi.

    The muhajirs should understand that it will only come to haunt us. The top leadership will escape and the awam will be left to suffer through retaliation. MQM long ago forgot to think about people of Karachi. The only thing it thinks about is its dhashat and how to keep Altaf “bhai” fat and happy.


  6. ash (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 9:23 pm

    MB and the others. I condemn strongly the violence, the targetted violence of yesterday. But unless you tune down your rhetoric you will be considered a hysterical and unreliable source. I know you are not a journalist but if you want to play one on the blog thats cool, just understand the difference btw a cowasjee and a bollywood hero.
    There are several points that must be made. People cant accept ruthless violence as legitimate politics, any information you come up with is good but please ask someone else to look over your writing because its useless to keep saying “MQM kai tattoo tum sub pagal ho aur ye saboot hai ke tum sub pagal ho” or whatever.


  7. ash (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 9:24 pm

    i hope you didnt take that personally i am trying to facilitate information transfer. Noone thinks an overtly emotional man is telling the truth, it turns people off. Try to stay rational and level headed while presenting your argument that way people will listen.


  8. Syed Faraz Mahmood (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 11:14 pm

    [quote]MQM is a “katil” party.It has always been.[/quote]

    i think , you are exaggerating a bit. if u look at the beginning of the mqm/apmso , it was quite sincere to its cause, and a lot of literate person were part of it. but then it deviated from its cause and became what we are seeing it today.


  9. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on May 14th, 2007 @ 2:31 pm

    Faraz, have you ever been in APMSO?


    if u look at the beginning of the

    And what is that era? We lost Azeem Tariq in very early stages. Does that murder is part of “beginning”?


  10. Syed Faraz Mahmood (unregistered) on May 14th, 2007 @ 7:53 pm

    well i have never been in ap, though few of my very closed relatives were part of it, infact i would say “sar garam karkun”, :),
    i was talking about the era when we had azeem tariq, his murder definitely marked the decline of mqm.

    any how , even if the apmso/mqm remained glued to their cause, i don’t think i would be part of it :),

    btw i have derieved my knowledge from my surroundings, friends, newspapers so i might be wrong but still i would say that at the time of inception mqm was not as we see it today.


  11. Karachi ke Bhai (unregistered) on May 15th, 2007 @ 2:47 pm

    I am a constant reader of this blog. What I feel is that the blog is some how a place for Jamaties to express their anger over MQM. I am a very strong supporter of MQM not just because that I am a Urdu Speaking but I had seen all the polictics of Jamat and Moulvi Parties in 1970’s and 1980’s. For Jamat what i could say a word “Munafiq” truly refelects them.

    Every body knows that before 12 May, the Karachities were living in peace, but few elements who are the enemy of Karachi and its rapid growth keep trying to raise hurdles and their aim is to stop this development work. I would like to ask only one question: Why the CJP visits Karachi? If he want to address Karachi Bar then why he take support of these Opposition Parties? All the media reports claimed that there was a cross fire from both side, it means the opposition ralies were fully equipped with ammunition.

    Every body know position his gun towards MQM, yes MQM show his support on that day, but that doesn’t prove that all disturbance was created by its activists.

    These so called Opposition Parties are calling MQM a facist organization/ traitor.. how could they balme the 3rd Largest Party of Pakistan a facist one. Stop this at once. These Jamaties who always betrayed the Peoples of Pakistan. First they opposed the creation of Pakistan by calling it NaPakistan, and then in 1970’s they formed AlBadar, AlShams and betrayed the East Pakistan. Now what are they upto?? Are they palnning to destablize Pakistan further. I appeal to the President to immediately ban this Jamat and its allies MMA. They are never the friends of Pakistan, they are paracites and would lead Pakistan to Taliban like government.


  12. Shahzeb (unregistered) on May 16th, 2007 @ 1:44 pm

    Geo and Genay do’s comments are appaling to say the least…Generalising and blaming an entire community/ethnic group and then making crude remarks abt Jews and Urdu speaking ppl is insane. For the first time since the formation of MQM its true intentions have been revealed in front of the TV screens..PPl everywhere have now witnessed the brutality and gun-totting politics of MQM..Many Urdu speaking ppl who were either too scared or reluctant to criticize MQM are now openly opposing its fascist hold…This is an opportunity to once and for all serve justice and help rid the ppl of Karachi, irrespective of their language, of the Mob-Rule of the man in London. Plz ppl stop falling for the propaganda coming out of 90 and London and see the truth because it is the truth that shall lead us to the right path…


  13. NEDIAN ALI(FE) (unregistered) on May 20th, 2007 @ 3:12 am

    dear pakistanis:
    on 12th may im not going to put my words .but my question 2 all the opposition parties is that,
    “WHERE WERE THEY WHEN 1600 PEOPLES WERE KILLED IN THE 1992 OPERATIONS AGAINST MUHAJIRS(MQM)”
    (on record there was not a single ralley held by any party 4 the routhless killing of human beings)
    if fighting for rights is terrorism then i think mqm is the biggest one.
    “NOW ALL THE OPPOSITION PARTIES ARE HELPING OUT THEMSELVES FOR THE UPCOMING ELECTION AFTER THE DEATH OF 40 PEOPLES”
    thanks


  14. Perwaiz Ahmad (unregistered) on May 20th, 2007 @ 12:23 pm

    KARACHI SMOLDERING……… ONCE AGAIN

    The horrific situation (bullets flying right, left and center near the Karachi Airport) that prevailed last Saturday for hours and hours with out a single law enforcement official or policeman present to curb the violence is ample proof that the government (local and federal) sabotaged the silent march organized by the supporters of the dismissed Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry (CJIMC). Reasons are obvious and one of them is that it is afraid of the outcome of its botched decision to relieve the CJ of its duties without the due process.

    Our founding fathers must be turning in their graves while the leaders of their party are embroiled in power struggle at any cost. Once again the hopes of Pakistanis are in shambles and disarray because the President made some wrong moves in the recent past and the Chief Justice had the courage and the audacity ( unprecedented in the history of Pakistan ) to say NO to the Ruling Class. Rather than admit the errors made by some unscrupulous advisers our once beloved President resorted to the tactics of his predecessors, Ayub Khan, Bhutto, Zia ul Haq and the likes to name a few. Power is contagious and anyone who ascends to the throne of the Presidency , the most powerful chair in any country, changes his/her ideology and exit plan after the initial 90 day period has expired and sticks to the chair with ” Super Duper Glue”.

    The argument by the Government (Local and Federal) that the Opposition is making this CJIMC issue a political issue is nothing but hogwash and gibberish because this concerns every citizen, man, woman or child of Pakistan. The common man is protecting the chair not the person who was in the Chair when the unfortunate situation occurred, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure it out. A Supreme Court that cannot act independently cannot protect the rights of its citizens; there is no two ways about it, it then merely becomes a government entity that is laced with red tape, favoritism and nepotism. When the Supreme Court is under siege by the Head of the State or is under his thumb as it has been for the last 60 years, the basic rights of the citizens are jeopardized and any lofty claims to build a nation is futile and baseless. Now that the government is cornered they are trying every means to discredit the Opposition with the help of MQM.

    Immigrants from the partition days (1947) who are fragile or retired now had high hopes when MQM came into being that they will finally see justice. With the advent of the MQM, they thought that the locals will be the master of their destiny but it seems that their hopes have faded away while the MQM has lost the steam and focus on their agenda, which was to protect the life and property of its people in their own jurisdiction, after being in power for seven years. Every so often we hear truly gruesome and heart wrenching stories from Karachities about innocent killings after life threatening demands for cash and/or goods. This is why the State and Federal Judiciary’s independency is utterly crucial because in this day and age, the mind set changes with the way the wind is blowing. MQM must stick to its manifesto regardless of ethnicity and treat all Pakistanis alike, even if they disagree with their viewpoints or priorities.

    Perwaiz Ahmad
    Fullerton, CA

    Vacillate

    KARACHI SMOLDERING……… ONCE AGAIN

    The horrific situation (bullets flying right, left and center near the Karachi Airport) that prevailed last Saturday for hours and hours with out a single law enforcement official or policeman present to curb the violence is ample proof that the government (local and federal) sabotaged the silent march organized by the supporters of the dismissed Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry (CJIMC). Reasons are obvious and one of them is that it is afraid of the outcome of its botched decision to relieve the CJ of its duties without the due process.

    Our founding fathers must be turning in their graves while the leaders of their party are embroiled in power struggle at any cost. Once again the hopes of Pakistanis are in shambles and disarray because the President made some wrong moves in the recent past and the Chief Justice had the courage and the audacity ( unprecedented in the history of Pakistan ) to say NO to the Ruling Class. Rather than admit the errors made by some unscrupulous advisers our once beloved President resorted to the tactics of his predecessors, Ayub Khan, Bhutto, Zia ul Haq and the likes to name a few. Power is contagious and anyone who ascends to the throne of the Presidency , the most powerful chair in any country, changes his/her ideology and exit plan after the initial 90 day period has expired and sticks to the chair with ” Super Duper Glue”.

    The argument by the Government (Local and Federal) that the Opposition is making this CJIMC issue a political issue is nothing but hogwash and gibberish because this concerns every citizen, man, woman or child of Pakistan. The common man is protecting the chair not the person who was in the Chair when the unfortunate situation occurred, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure it out. A Supreme Court that cannot act independently cannot protect the rights of its citizens; there is no two ways about it, it then merely becomes a government entity that is laced with red tape, favoritism and nepotism. When the Supreme Court is under siege by the Head of the State or is under his thumb as it has been for the last 60 years, the basic rights of the citizens are jeopardized and any lofty claims to build a nation is futile and baseless. Now that the government is cornered they are trying every means to discredit the Opposition with the help of MQM.

    Immigrants from the partition days (1947) who are fragile or retired now had high hopes when MQM came into being that they will finally see justice. With the advent of the MQM, they thought that the locals will be the master of their destiny but it seems that their hopes have faded away while the MQM has lost the steam and focus on their agenda, which was to protect the life and property of its people in their own jurisdiction, after being in power for seven years. Every so often we hear truly gruesome and heart wrenching stories from Karachities about innocent killings after life threatening demands for cash and/or goods. This is why the State and Federal Judiciary’s independency is utterly crucial because in this day and age, the mind set changes with the way the wind is blowing. MQM must stick to its manifesto regardless of ethnicity and treat all Pakistanis alike, even if they disagree with their viewpoints or priorities.

    Perwaiz Ahmad
    Fullerton, CA

    Vacillate


  15. DANYAL (unregistered) on May 21st, 2007 @ 8:05 pm

    Dr
    Sir If You Dontmind im rqust you plz send me THE KILLERS OF INNOCENT PEOPLE OF KARACHI
    SATURDAY 12th MAY, 2007 PIC & vido im still wating my email address is haider_gee@hotmail.com



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