Bhag rey bili choha aya – AAJ TV

One of the founding members of AAJ TV and related to the management (Not mentioning his name) just informed me that AAJ TV is under pressure.
I dont know if Talat Hussain’s life is in danger (May Allah keep him and all those who stand for truth, secure. Amen)
but this is what I have been told:
“You know what the latest is that Governer, Wasim Akhtar and his whole team is at Aaj TV office … right now as we talk” (we guys were talking)

“and Mustafa Kamal is also here …. “”and Mustafa Kamal told the security head of Aaj TV … that Utna kiya karo jitna hazam kar sakoo …

Updates will be provided ASAP on knowing.

267 Comments so far

  1. Petarian_88 (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 1:03 am

    just to add;

    i think the Aaj TV people over dramitized the issue.

    it was clearly a cross fire at first and then i guess when the rival parties realised they were having free live airtime on Aaj TV network they got a little pissed of and fired a few shots at the building!

    it was not a 6 hour attach directed at AAJ! if it has been the tehir building wouldhave been full of holes.

    so i guess they do deserve sympathy but not as much as they are caliming they deserve. they kind of over dramitized it!

    i think this topic should be closed now,

    there are many other threads discussing the 12 of may tragedy!


  2. d0ct0r (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 2:44 am

    offcourse initially these terrorists from mqm didn’t started to attack aaj tv directly.. they were busy shooting at pathans area of patel para.. situation only aggravated when MQM’s highup must have seen these MQM’s workers live on tv shooting with heavy weapons being supplied to them in govt number cars.. they must have called these terrorists on ground and must have informed of the situation.. only then these terrorists turned their guns toward aaj’s live camera and it was forced to be taken off air..(and once off air MQM’s terrorist again got busy with their shooting towards patel para) but that commentary from aaj again agrevated things and when grand terrorist pir saheb of london ALtaf bai’s tragic speech was over then all these mqm’s supporters converged outside aaj and started chanting solgans against aaj and started pelting it with stones…during all these events MQM’s leadership must have also contacted aaj tv and must have directed them to stop the live coverage.. and aaj administration must have asked them,that instead of threating us
    better provide us security cover …


  3. wasiq (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 3:31 am

    it is not a question of if i can take it or not anymore….i don’t want AAJ now because with

    marina khan on ch#77
    nadia khan on ch#76
    farah Khan on ch#74
    and now Mishi khan on ch#78…..my morning show slots are already out-stretched….therefore i have to let go of the borring morning show of AAJ and all the others…..i hope you’ll understand…

    What part of no don’t you understand
    I want a man not a boy who thinks he can

    (Chorus)

    Too much of something is bad enough (bad enough)
    But something’s coming over me to make me wonder
    Too much of nothing is just as tough (just as tough)
    I need to know the way to feel to keep me satisfied


  4. wasiq (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 4:35 am
  5. Saad (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 8:29 am

    Talat Hussain is interviewing the General tonight. Lets see if he does it any better than Kamran Khan.


  6. mansoor (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 2:40 pm

    “You people give me simple answer how many people among you think that Muslims are terrorists if you think they are not so why? on what basis only on that basis that you are muslim !!! ha :) but what media is showing i am talking about our local media talking about global media, did u ever imagine no body did think about that….similary”

    well said! well said! Now that’s striking a good analogy!


  7. Petarian_88 (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 5:03 pm

    iam sure by the time talat starts his interview of the general…he would have been tamed bythe agencies.

    akhir us koo bhee to zindaa raehna hay!


  8. junaid (unregistered) on May 19th, 2007 @ 2:14 am

    guys look at this clip this might look more interesting to you than aaj..i got sick after looking it on saturday on tv, as it was more clearer.
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=w_y05UmyO0Q


  9. wasiq (unregistered) on May 19th, 2007 @ 2:22 am

    ch#1 StarWorld
    ch#111 BBCWorld
    isn’t that so obvious…?lol

    @saad….who in the pakistan would be crazy enough to watch the interview with afridi hitting the sixers……????????BTW,afridi’s have won the match against sri lanka…..they had the home crowd advantage….

    Ps:iam not buying this match….so don’t you expect me to drink two bottles of pepsi jumbo with one mouth…..Ha Ha ….better plan next time….(BPNT)


  10. Petarian_88 (unregistered) on May 19th, 2007 @ 7:03 pm

    Juniad;

    it also made me sick.

    how can these MQM people kill so many in cold blood.

    they opposition was just trying the pass under the bridge and these MQM guys were having target practice.

    the fire was so cencentrated that i am not surprised that so many people got killed. the killers have been caught on video and the worst thing is we all know nothing will happen to them:). they seemed to be so proud of doing it as if they were defending pakistan from external agression and so do their leaders

    to be honest, now i don’t want come back to karachi and live there again:)

    i remember in the 90’s many people were shifting to lahore and other places but i always said that i will never leave karachi (i.e permanently, iam working in UAE for 2 years but my home still is in khi).

    now iam not that sure. maybe it was cu’s i never witnessed the carnage of the 90’s first hand, living in DHA, but now….i just can’t take it out of my mind:))

    i don’t want my children to live in a place like that! i can take a chance with my life but not my children!

    it’s almost heartbreaking!


  11. Abdullah (unregistered) on May 21st, 2007 @ 10:44 am
  12. MB (unregistered) on May 21st, 2007 @ 11:15 am

    WOW
    Abdullah , you are the man yar


  13. MB (unregistered) on May 21st, 2007 @ 11:51 am
  14. Abdullah (unregistered) on May 21st, 2007 @ 3:12 pm

    Those who love poetry must read the article from “shairee such boltee hai”

    http://kashifhafeez.com/index.php


  15. syed wali shah (unregistered) on May 28th, 2007 @ 4:55 pm

    it was very Black Day for people of karachi


  16. Rehan (unregistered) on June 2nd, 2007 @ 7:05 pm

    BECAUSE GEORGE W. BUSH US LOOKS AT PLAN TO OUST MUSHARRAF
    is such a good judge of character (just take a look at the company he currently keeps) he now believes it is his job to remove yet another leader from power and replace him with someone of his choosing. Bush proving, once again, that he never learns from his own mistakes, now seeks to remove Pervez Musharraf from the presidency in Pakistan. Just look how well his puppet regimes are handling the respective problems in Afghanistan and Iraq–the Taliban has returned stronger than ever and Iraq is plagued by more violence now than ever before. Of course, this information given to an Australian newspaper (note America’s MSM hasn’t touched this story) could just be propaganda or an attempt to rattle the cages of the Pakistani government. It could be an attempt at bait and switch, a skill that George W. Bush has mastered, to shift the focus off the failures in Iraq and Afghanistan, and give Bush a chance to rattle his saber at Pakistan and blame them for not doing enough for rooting out al-Quada (because Bush is doing such a bang up job on this front!)This report provides a new governmental hierarchy that Team Bush is backing after the ouster of Musharraf, and now claims that the threat of unending chaos, once thought part of the natural progression following a deposed Musharraf, will no longer occur. Of course, what’s not being said here, the elephant in the room, just happens to be, if the Bush Administration is truly in the business of spreading democracy throughout the Middle East, then doesn’t supporting and installing a puppet regime, sort of smack of hypocrisy? If the Bush Administration truly supports democracy, it’ll let Pakistan decide for itself who should lead them, not weigh in and/or install the regime of Bush’s choosing.From the The Australian: The US has indicated for the first time that it might be willing to back plans by elite echelons of the military in Islamabad to oust Pervez Musharraf from power, as the Pakistani President was beset by major new difficulties over his attempts to sack the country’s chief justice.[..]US officials told The New York Times the plan would see the Vice-Chief of the Army, Ahsan Saleem Hyat, take over from General Musharraf as head of the military and former banker Mohammedmian Soomro installed as president, with General Hyat wielding most of the power.[..]The US report suggests a growing disenchantment towards General Musharraf in Washington and indicates that the longstanding view that the alternative to his regime


  17. Rehan (unregistered) on June 2nd, 2007 @ 7:06 pm

    BECAUSE GEORGE W. BUSH US LOOKS AT PLAN TO OUST MUSHARRAF
    is such a good judge of character (just take a look at the company he currently keeps) he now believes it is his job to remove yet another leader from power and replace him with someone of his choosing. Bush proving, once again, that he never learns from his own mistakes, now seeks to remove Pervez Musharraf from the presidency in Pakistan. Just look how well his puppet regimes are handling the respective problems in Afghanistan and Iraq–the Taliban has returned stronger than ever and Iraq is plagued by more violence now than ever before. Of course, this information given to an Australian newspaper (note America’s MSM hasn’t touched this story) could just be propaganda or an attempt to rattle the cages of the Pakistani government. It could be an attempt at bait and switch, a skill that George W. Bush has mastered, to shift the focus off the failures in Iraq and Afghanistan, and give Bush a chance to rattle his saber at Pakistan and blame them for not doing enough for rooting out al-Quada (because Bush is doing such a bang up job on this front!)This report provides a new governmental hierarchy that Team Bush is backing after the ouster of Musharraf, and now claims that the threat of unending chaos, once thought part of the natural progression following a deposed Musharraf, will no longer occur. Of course, what’s not being said here, the elephant in the room, just happens to be, if the Bush Administration is truly in the business of spreading democracy throughout the Middle East, then doesn’t supporting and installing a puppet regime, sort of smack of hypocrisy? If the Bush Administration truly supports democracy, it’ll let Pakistan decide for itself who should lead them, not weigh in and/or install the regime of Bush’s choosing.From the The Australian: The US has indicated for the first time that it might be willing to back plans by elite echelons of the military in Islamabad to oust Pervez Musharraf from power, as the Pakistani President was beset by major new difficulties over his attempts to sack the country’s chief justice.[..]US officials told The New York Times the plan would see the Vice-Chief of the Army, Ahsan Saleem Hyat, take over from General Musharraf as head of the military and former banker Mohammedmian Soomro installed as president, with General Hyat wielding most of the power.[..]The US report suggests a growing disenchantment towards General Musharraf in Washington and indicates that the longstanding view that the alternative to his regime



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