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September 27, 2007

Democracy in Pakistan not good for US and India

Filed under: India, my views, News, Politics — Tags: , , , , , — nitin @ 4:18 am

We recently saw, how Ousted Pakistani Prime minister was sent back to Saudi from the Pakistan International Airport.There was one editorial in “Times of India” putting the views , how Nawaz’s return to Pakistan would help India and the Subcontinent in different ways.But, I am not of the opinion that a democracy in Pakistan will be good for India /America.

Now that Mussharaf is being held as the hot target of the terrorist,it becomes so clear that if terrorism is to end ,they need a leader like Mussharaf who can carry out the operations like “LAL MASJIDS “.(or like Indira Gandhi’s operation “Blue Star“)

Assume, Pakistan gets a democracy.What can be the future impact on India and US ?

Mussharaf is being hated for his act against terrorism in Pakistan.People are not liking him as he is dancing to US tunes.If democracy sets in Pakistan,the government will be as usual lousy and under pressure from the Pakistani People.The PAK Citizens will be against US,this will certainly impact the fight against the Bin Ladens,which in turn will be a threat not only to india ,but many asian countries.Also , a democratic government will always be in a pressure to behave softly on certain critical issues where Musharaf is daring to go a one step ahead.He is playing a Key Role with the Bush Govt to curb terrorism influenced inside Pakistan.Also, India is long suffering from the terrorism supported by Pakistan from late 90’s for Kashmir and now in the interiors of India.

The US interest will be always Keeping Mush as the President;they will help Mush in all their power to retain him as the PAK president.A new government will shake all the anti – terror agreements between Mush and Bush…  🙂  (nice rhyme).A democracy of an islamic country with large group of fundamentalist will never allow action against the hardliners.The hands of the Pakistani police will be tied under corrupt Politicians.This can’t be the best option for India as even he has given us KARGIL,but only a dictator like Mush can control Pakistan and the mayhem arnd it.

A strong , adamant and fierce leader like Mush can handle the islamic terrorist not a democratic government.

(This story is not based on any facts and figures.This is totally a story of my mind with influence from different sources.I may not be able to  justify every statement made. If you feel its a joke ,then laugh loud and if it seems like a product of an unconscious mind..then wake me up!!!)

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  1. Hey Nitin, what are u saying – “strong , adamant and fierce leader” ??? Musharaf isnt one ok
    he is complete ‘bolbachan’, hes a liar, bloody he said that the forces in Kargil were not Pakistanis, and we mighty well know what the truth is. Musharaf / Imran / Benazir, Pakistan will remain a problem for itself and others until the people dont get educated.

    Comment by assemkhan — September 27, 2007 @ 8:40 am

  2. @Aseem

    I knw..even i am not of the same opinion abt musharraf in the indian Context.. But Pakistan ko track pe lane ke liye wahi sahi hai..

    Comment by nitin — September 27, 2007 @ 11:28 am

  3. I don’t agree with you Nitin. Times have changed after 9/11.Musharraf changed track after 9/11, remember he was the one responsible for Kargill. He cannot take strong decisions if he is not supported by the man on the road. Ordinary citizens of Pakistan are sick and tired of militants and they want peace. Americans will dump him like a hot potato the moment he is not useful for them. The people to people contact has made a difference and hostilities are gradually decreasing.

    Comment by pr3rna — September 29, 2007 @ 8:43 am

  4. @prerna

    //The people to people contact has made a difference and hostilities are gradually decreasing.

    Dear, we are not talking abt hatred among citizens of two nations, we are talking about organised terrorist plots involving big nations and million lives.

    Do u really think that pakistani government can crack down on various fundamentalist elements inside pakistan?
    Infact ,there are so many parties of fundamentalist based on radical islamic ideologies.. will a government supported by such parties will ever see a good to pakistan and other nations?

    Comment by nitin — September 29, 2007 @ 1:31 pm

  5. Infact Mussharaf has taken support of these fundamentalist parties to amend the constitution to suit his interests. The PPP and The mujajir kaumi Movement have always been against the fundamentalist parties. The Fundamentalist parties got a boost during the military regime of Gen Jia. This definetly doesn’t mean that Benazir Bhutto is pro India. Mussharaf is not a popular leader and is thus not capable of taking strong decisions. All that he is doing is because he is forced to do that by the Americans. That pressure will be there for the democratic govts also.
    Non of the main stream parties are supported by the Majhabi(religious) parties. Nawaj Sharif in his last years in power tried to use the religious card but that could not save him.

    Comment by pr3rna — September 29, 2007 @ 2:25 pm

  6. Like you even I am not sure of facts and figures but in my opinion, Mush hasn’t done anything, leave alone enough to contain terrorism.. his operation lal masjid was nothing to do with terrorism but hold his position.. i dont know if democracy is going to help or not but Mush isnt helping anyone enough.. neither india nor US..

    Comment by Siva — October 1, 2007 @ 5:08 pm

  7. Hey Nitin WAKE UP this post is a product of an unconscious mind.

    Comment by assemkhan — October 3, 2007 @ 11:11 am

  8. Im sure Nitin is supporting Musharaf becos of evil intentions, Nitin, u are anti-Indian, shame on you, gaddar

    Comment by assemkhan — October 5, 2007 @ 9:01 am

  9. Aseem chilll man…you have termed me Gaddar… i dont give a damn.. wat i think i have i said earlier it my belief based not on any facts and figures…so dont take it serioulsy..if u cant…

    Jonny Gaddar is a good movie watch it !!!!aslee gaddar kya hota hai pata chalega…

    Comment by nitin — October 5, 2007 @ 11:58 am

  10. Kitna paisa mila wo bol na

    Comment by assemkhan — October 18, 2007 @ 9:57 am

  11. A very thought-provoking article indeed… And I agree with you on this one!!! What bhutto nor Shrif could do, Musharraf did.. and even though he is a task-master of sorts… he is good for those who think terrorism is bad! The kind of steps he has taken, a normal pakistani couldnt have! The guy has guts!

    Comment by Nova — October 23, 2007 @ 2:57 am

  12. Hii Nova..

    You are the only one here …who thinks like me… 😉
    and thanks for the compliments “A very thought-provoking article indeed”…

    Never got such a comment (i wud regard it as a compliment thou)…

    Your blog rocks too… nice to find you out here..

    Comment by nitin — October 23, 2007 @ 5:45 am

  13. During his rule, Pakistan attained respectable growth rates and established a generally favorable investment climate. Along with that came a growing middle class, a more aggressive media, and a more assertive judiciary. Even the Indian leadership was frightened and the Indian army generals were terrified and had laid down their arms in front of his assertive approach.
    He brought parliamentary reforms. He brought women into the parliament. He in a way, always believed in a unity of command, a very centralized command, which means his command, in fact. After the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States, Musharraf found himself on the frontline of the war on terror and was the first and only one of the world leaders to support the war. USA and Pakistan had long supported the Taliban as they battled for control of Afghanistan in 1990s, in the aftermath of the Soviet pull out. But after the 2001 attacks Musharraf aligned himself with the U.S. to help rout the fundamentalist Islamic movement.
    Washington had given pakistan billions in aid as to deprive the militants of the sanctuary they had established along the country’s border with Afghanistan. And mussharaf did just that and during his time everthing was going smoothly until these corrupt governments took over. He allowed Sharif, the prime minister he deposed, to return from exile. He also let in another political foe, Benazir Bhutto. She, too, had been a prime minister, and led the Pakistan People’s Party. However, in December, the country was plunged into further turmoil when Bhutto was killed at a rally in Rawalpindi. People like sharif brothers of PML(q) ,Zardary/Bhutto(PPP) have sucked the life out of the people by imposing taxes, causing ignominy, ethinic violence and corruption as a result the economy is down.
    President Mussharaf was for Pakistan and in all of his national speeches he laid emphasis on putting Pakistan first even more than religion. To me and all other petit bourgeois of Pakistan he was our Hero and still is. I salute you.

    Comment by Iftikhar — October 11, 2008 @ 6:34 am

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