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General Muhammad Zia ul Haq was Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff, Martial Law Administrator and (later) President. He is one of the most polarized figures of Pakistan. His brand of administration has left irremovable marks on Pakistan's destiny. So, what do you think about him? Was he a savior? Did he just lived long enough to become a villain? Or was he as bad as he is thought to be? Do comment. جنرل ضیا الحق کو آپ اچھا سمجھیں یا برا۔۔۔ آپ انہیں نظرانداز ہرگز نہیں کر سکتے۔ وہ نہ صرف پاکستان کے آرمی چیف، مارشل لاء ایڈمنسٹریٹر رہے بلکہ سب سے لمبے عرصے تک صدر بھی رہے۔ انتہائی طاقت ور صدر۔ کون تھے جنرل ضیا اور انہوں نے جو کچھ کیا، کیوں کیا؟ یہ تھا ہمارا سوال۔ اب آپ بتائیں، آپ کو کیسے لگتے ہیں جنرل ضیا الحق۔ کیا تاریخ نے ان کے ساتھ انصاف کیا ہے یا پاکستان والے انہیں ٹھیک سے سمجھ ہی نہیں سکے؟ کمنٹ کریں۔ K2K is documenting Pakistan in an authentic, reliable manner. We want to tell the Pakistani story in an impartial, impeccably-researched but concise manner. Support us Patreon: 🤍 Habib Bank: Title: Tayyab Ibrahim Account Number: 01247900554003 SWIFT Code: HABBPKKA IBAN: PK77 HABB 0001247900554003
How Gen. Zia ul Haq came to Power? | Zia ul Haq Biography | Documentary | Current Affairs Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq (12 August 1924 – 17 August 1988) was a four-star general who became the sixth President of Pakistan after declaring martial law in 1977. He served as the head of state from 1978 until his death in a plane crash in 1988. He remains the country’s longest-serving head of state. In this video, we would discuss, How Gen. Zia ul Haq came to power? What games he played to came into the power? This video doesn't cover the entire biography of Zia ul Haq, but it targets only some of the aspects of his life. References: Pakistan's Drift into Extremism by Hassan Abbass Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan by Wolpert Stanley 🤍 🤍 🤍 ZiaUlHaq, ZiaEra, Gen.Zia, ZiaintoPower, ZiaMartialLaw #CurrentAffairs #GenZiaulHaq #ZiaulHaq #Ziaulhaqbiography #BiographyOfZiaulHaq #GeneralZia #GenZiaDocumentary #ZiaEra #ZiaintoPower #Ziaera #ZiaMartialLaw #ZulfiqarAliBhutto #Bhutto #BhuttoHanged #ZiaandBhutto #HistoryofPakistan #PakistanHistory Music Credits: Music Info: Long Calming Piano Background by DS Productions Music Link: 🤍
A shortened version of the original programme, in these extracts respected journalist and broadcaster Vanya Kewley visits Pakistan and speaks to the countries leader General M. Zia - Ul - Haq about the introduction of new Islamic Laws will help to solve some of his countries social and political problems. First shown: 12/07/1979 If you would like to license a clip from this video please e mail: archive🤍fremantle.com Quote: VT21837
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General Zia ul Haq was a great leader and he took Pakistan to the next level as US and Israel both were his partners and he played big game and made Pakistan a very powerful state. What happened to his C-130 plane is a mystery as well.
اس ویڈیو میں آپ جنرل ضیاء الحق کے بارے میں جان سکیں گے کہ وہ کون تھے اور انہوں نے پاکستانی قوم کے لیے کیا خدمات سرانجام دیں In this video, you will know about General Zia-ul-Haq, who he was and what services he rendered for the Pakistani nation. في هذا الفيديو ، ستعرف عن الجنرال ضياء الحق ، ومن كان وما هي الخدمات التي قدمها للأمة الباكستانية इस वीडियो में आप जनरल जिया-उल-हक के बारे में जानेंगे कि वह कौन थे और उन्होंने पाकिस्तानी राष्ट्र के लिए क्या सेवाएं प्रदान कीं।
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Pakistan Political History | Zia ul Haq and King Faisal : 🤍 Pak-1, with Gen Ziaul Haq, president and army chief of Pakistan on board, slams into the ground a few miles out of Bahawalpur, near the Sutlej river. Besides the pilots, Wing Commander Mashhood Hassan and Flight Lieutenant Sajid, there are 29 people on the massive Lockheed C-130 Hercules. They include, among others, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen Akhtar Abdur Rahman, Chief of General Staff Mohammed Afzaal, the American ambassador to Pakistan Arnold Raphel and senior US military attaché Brig Gen Herbert M. Wassom. Wg Cdr Munawar Alam is flying the back-up C-130 from Chaklala air base when he hears the air traffic controller say that he cannot contact the pilots of Pak-1. The ATC asks Brigadier Naseem Khan to make an attempt; he is among the pilots on VIP duty at the airbase and carrying Corps Commander Multan Gen Shamim Alam on board his French-made Puma helicopter. Brig Naseem too gets no response. Almost immediately, the pilots in the vicinity hear a terse message from the Mushshak scout aircraft that had taken off earlier: “Pak-1 has crashed.” Brig Naseem and Gen Alam are at the crash site within minutes. Clouds of smoke are billowing from the wreckage. “I walked all around it,” remembers the retired brigadier in a conversation with Dawn. “The plane had crashed at an almost perpendicular angle. I first spotted the cap worn by Gen Wassom, and then Gen Akhtar Rahman’s peaked cap. Then my eye fell upon a dismembered leg, wearing a black sock and black shoe. I suspected it belonged to Gen Zia.” Back at the airfield, Colonel Syed Minhaj Ali in the service of Vice-Chief of Army Staff Gen Aslam Beg is taxiing in his Jet Prop Commander when he hears the shocking news. At once, Gen Beg asks him to head towards the crash site. Soon they come upon the wreckage of the burning aircraft below. “Its nose was buried deep in the earth. We knew at once there were no survivors,” says Col Minhaj, speaking to Dawn at his residence in Rawalpindi. He is given orders to fly the vice-chief to Dhamial airbase. Squadron Leader Nauman Farrukhi, Mashhood’s younger brother, is at Shorkot base, about 90 miles north of Bahawalpur airfield when he hears about the crash. “For a moment I thought of Mashhood but he had just been moved to the VIP Squadron flying Falcons and Fokkers. We were installing missiles and ammo on my F-16 when the base commander drove up to the hangar. He extended his hand to me and said, ‘I’m sorry.’ Are there any survivors, I asked. ‘No’ he replied. And that was it.” After Gen Zia, along with the other military officials, arrived in Bahawalpur, he was joined by the two Americans; they had arrived a day earlier to visit a local convent and condole the death of an American nun murdered in Bahawalpur a few days before. They all then made the short hop to Tamewali about 60km away to view a demonstration of the US-made M-I Abrams tank. Reportedly, the two and a half hour event turned out to be a fiasco, with the tank missing its target every single time. According to a newspaper article written by retired Brig Naseem on the seventh anniversary of the crash, “The demonstration was conducted by Maj Gen Mahmud Durrani [who] explained every aspect of the exercise…During the lecture, while explaining a point, there was a mention of 90 days. So Gen Durrani jokingly said that don’t consider it [Gen Zia’s] 90 days. Thus a tremendous laughter broke out…” Returning to Bahawalpur air base by helicopter from Tamewali, Gen Zia with his entourage stopped at the army mess for lunch. When boarding the C-130, as was his wont, he personally invited several others to accompany him on his VVIP aircraft. Ambassador Raphel accepted the invitation, and, after a brief hesitation, so did Brig Wassom. On Oct 16, a 365-page red-bound technical report on the crash was presented to President Ghulam Ishaq Khan at a cabinet meeting. It had been prepared by a Board of Enquiry led by Air Commodore Abbas H. Mirza, and included Group Captain Sabahat Ali Khan (a C-130 pilot/specialist) and Gp Capt Zaheerul Hassan Zaidi (accident investigations expert), along with a team of technical and aviation experts from the US.
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SADAR ZIA UL HAQ KI ZINDIGI KI MKAML KHANI BIOGRAPHY 2018 Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq 12 August 1924 in jalandhar india was a Pakistani military dictator and four-star general who served as the 6th President of Pakistan after declaring martial law in 1977. He ruled from 1978 until his death in 1988 and remains country’s longest-serving head of state after Ayub Khan. Educated at Delhi University, Zia saw action in World War II as a British Indian Army officer, before opting for Pakistan in 1947 and fighting in the war against India in 1965. In 1970, he led the Pakistan military's training mission in Jordan, proving instrumental to putting down the Black September insurgency against King Hussein. In recognition, Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto approved Zia's four-star appointment and elevated him as the Chief of Army Staff in 1976. Following civil disorder, Zia deposed Bhutto in a military coup and declared martial law on 5 July 1977. Bhutto was controversially tried by the Supreme Court and executed less than two years later, for authorising the murder of a political opponent.
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Zia knew from the very beginning that he was imposing martial law in a country which had bitter memories of two earlier martial law regimes, and that even if a section of the people was prepared to accept a new martial law in order to eliminate a common enemy, he would soon be required to furnish proof of legitimacy. He decided to meet the situation through the simple method of countering the popular perception of reality with illusions of his own creation. The experiment began while searching for a justification for the July 5, 1977 takeover. The whole country knew on the night of July 4, 1977, that, after indulging in muddle-headedness for months, the leaders of the PPP and PNA had found a way out of the crisis which could have served as a pretext for disruption of constitutional life. The country had been pulled back from the precipice, and the danger of civil strife had been averted. Yet General Zia insisted that he had intervened to save the country from bloodshed and chaos. Further, unlike Ayub Khan and Yahya, who justified martial law in its own right, General Zia relished the idea of a Chief Martial Law Administrator decrying martial law. In this way, he almost succeeded in convincing all the politicians that his sole mission was to hold a re-run of the March 1977 elections. When it was discovered that fresh elections might not achieve the liquidation of the ousted political party, and some of the PNA parties gave vent to their apprehensions, postponement of elections was presented not as something desired in partisan interest, but as a requisite of national survival. The question of legitimacy, however, continued to pose problems. In the popular perception, only a rule in accordance with the constitution was legitimate. A two-pronged theory was advanced to ease the situation. First, it was assiduously maintained, contrary to all evidence, that the constitution of 1973 had not been thrown overboard, but only held in abeyance. Second, the definition of legitimacy was changed. It was argued that martial law might be contrary to the legal and constitutional norms held dear by the people, but it could legitimise itself if it strove to achieve a noble objective, such as accountability or Islamisation of the polity. Another illusion considered necessary to legitimise martial law concerned supremacy of the normal law and independence of the judiciary. The state of emergency and the Defence of Pakistan Rules were withdrawn and the people given the tidings that they would be subject only to martial law regulations! The superior courts' verdicts would be respected and it was immaterial if the composition of courts was changed during the pendency of crucial petitions or appeals. The Provisional Constitution Order, which divested the superior courts of inherent powers to check the executive's excesses, was presented as a means of guaranteeing the supremacy of law. The independence of the judiciary was not affected by simply getting rid of judges by not inviting them to take a new oath. The illusion found most effective in resisting the return to constitutional order was the programme of Islamisation. General Zia originally found two glaring deficiencies in the 1973 constitution: that it was necessary to strike a balance between the powers allowed to the president and the prime minister, and that the Islamic provisions of the basic law needed to be strengthened. A beginning in this direction (the Hudood Ordinances, introduction of the zakat and ushr schemes and the creation of shariat benches in the superior courts) could not be made till about two months before Mr Bhutto's execution. Some other essential amendments were only introduced in March 1985. Throughout this period, it was given out that Islamisation of laws had never been attempted before, although there were people around who could recall the Shariat Act of 1937, a similar law of 1948, the adoption of Islam as the state religion in 1973, and such measures as the creation of the Islamic Advisory Council, enforcement of prohibition, etc. In the fields of foreign policy and economic management, the same pattern of countering reality with the help of illusions was followed. Pakistan was not involved in the conflict in Afghanistan; on the contrary, the Afghan mujahideen were fighting to defend Pakistan's integrity. Since national security was at stake, anybody disagreeing with the policy on Afghanistan became unpatriotic and an opponent of the Islamic revival. If the country's economy was becoming overly dependent on foreign loans, it was a proof of our credit-worthiness.
#SamaaNews #BreakingNews #PakistanNews General Zia-ul-Haq, one of the most powerful Pakistani heads of state, was killed on August 17, 1988 after the C-130 plane carrying him and other Pakistani and US officials crashed just outside Punjab’s Bahwalpur. Stay up-to-date on the major news making headlines across Pakistan on SAMAA TV’s top of the hour segment. For in-depth coverage watch the bulletins. SAMAA TV is Pakistan’s first private satellite news channel that provides live transmission simultaneously from five cities of Pakistan: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Quetta and Peshawar. SAMAA’s live news bulletins, incisive political talk shows and a wide range of programs including sports, social issues and infotainment has enabled it to position itself among the top tier news and current affairs channels of Pakistan. Keep watching SAMAA! Like and Follow us on Official Social Platforms: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
World Cup 1987 Semi Final Presentation Ceremony. Imran Khan , Abdul Qadir, President Zia Ul Haq. You can See Imran Khan wearing that Tiger shirt.
साल 1958 में सात और आठ अक्तूबर की दरमियानी शाम पाकिस्तान के पहले राष्ट्रपति जनरल इसकंदर मिर्ज़ा ने संविधान को निलंबित कर दिया, असेंबली भंग कर दी और राजनीतिक पार्टियों को प्रतिबंधित कर दिया. पाकिस्तान के पहले मार्शल लॉ के साठ साल पूरे होने पर बीबीसी उर्दू संवाददाता ज़फ़र सैय्यद की ख़ास रिपोर्ट. तस्वीरें: गेटी इमेज़स, रायटर्स, ईपीए, बीबीसी
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Zia Ul Haq : 🤍 t is now generally agreed upon by most people that Ziaul Haq’s martial law changed Pakistan’s destiny for the worst. Most, but not all. A friend’s mother cried when Zia died because he prayed five times a day and was from the Arain clan, like her. In Saba Imtiaz’s 2014 novel, Karachi, You’re Killing Me!, her protagonist quips: “If there is ever anything you can count on at Pakistani cultural events, it’s that Zia – dead for longer than most people can remember – can still be blamed for everything.” I share her scepticism. I don’t believe in the Great Man Theory of history. I don’t believe individuals can single-handedly reshape the fate of millions. I believe great upheavals are caused by institutional and structural pressures and individuals only respond within a limited number of rationalised choices. Whether Zia was there or not, there was going to be a conflict in Afghanistan between two opposing superpowers with assorted Saudi interests thrown in; the Iranian Revolution was going to happen anyway and bring sectarian violence in its wake; Pakistan’s third martial law was well in the making before he imposed it. Military dictatorships in Pakistan have a certain sense of fatalism about them. Habib Jalib, the people’s poet jailed multiple times by Zia for penning verses against his rule, once wrote: “Virsay mein humay yeh gham hai mila, iss gham ko naya kya likhna? (We’ve inherited this sad state of affairs, why write this sadness as something new?).” Zia’s greatest legacy is said to be Islamisation but it had already taken root with the passage of the Objectives Resolution in 1949. The Council of Islamic Ideology, too, had been set up in 1962 by Ayub Khan. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s economic socialism had very clear Islamic overtones. His efforts to unite Muslim countries were his major foreign policy initiatives. It was his 1973 Constitution that made Islamic Studies compulsory in schools. In 1974, Ahmadis were declared non-Muslims. In 1977, a federal law prohibited the sale of alcohol to Muslims. Even our nuclear programme was deemed to be making an Islamic bomb. The anti-Bhutto movement of 1977, too, used the demand for Nizam-e-Mustafa (the system of the Prophet of Islam) to replace Bhutto’s social democracy. All that was before Zia came along. This historical determinism, however, does not absolve him of his tyranny and the havoc he wreaked on the Constitution, democracy and political parties. Things could have been different with another tyrant. To start with, there was nothing certain about Zia’s rise to the top. Bhutto bypassed seven senior lieutenant generals to make him army chief because he was deemed to be the most disinterested in politics. But as we now know, the army acts as an institution regardless of the individual heading it. Consider the circumstances: the United States was not happy with Bhutto over the nuclear programme; the landed and industrial elite were not happy with Bhutto over land reforms and nationalisation; the army was not happy with Bhutto as per declassified American documents. All this encouraged Zia to carry out his premeditated coup d’état that turned into a coup de grâce for democracy in Pakistan. It is no secret that Zia lent heavily on Islam and ulema due to lack of popular support. Some of his concessions to ulema still haunt us to this day. The penal code was amended to add the death penalty as a punishment for blasphemy and increase the scope of what constitutes blasphemy. In 1979, he promulgated the Hudood Ordinances with punishments such as lashes for adultery. In 1980, he set up the Federal Shariat Court to hear appeals in cases under the Hudood Ordinances. In 1981, he set up a hand-picked consultative body, Majlis-e-Shoora, to act as the federal parliament. It was packed with ulema nominated by him. He also introduced mandatory zakat deduction from bank accounts, leading Shias to rise in violent protests. By 1984, he was feeling so confident about the strength of his constituents – comprising ulema, spiritual leaders, business community and the military – that he decided to hold a referendum that asked if people wanted Islamic laws in the country and if their answer was to be yes then that automatically meant that they wanted Zia as the president of Pakistan for the next five years. Nobody came out to vote. “Marhoomeen shareek huay, sachchai ka chehlum tha (The dead participated, it was the 40th day of mourning for the death of truth),” Jalib said of the level of public participation in it.
Zia and Zufikar ali bhutto : 🤍 Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq was born on 12 August 1924 in Jalandhar. After finishing his schooling in Simla, he went to Delhi University’s St. Stephens College and graduated as a Bachelor of Arts in History with a distinction. Former Indian minister and diplomat Natwar Singh wrote in his book, Profiles and Letters by K Natwar Singh, that it was the Stephanian link between the two which enabled him to establish a working rapport with Zia. After graduating from college in 1943, Zia joined the Royal Military Academy in Dehradun. He was commissioned in 1945 and served the British Army during World War II in Burma (now Myanmar), Malaysia and Indonesia. After India’s Partition in 1947, his family moved to Pakistan and he joined the Pakistani Army. He also attended two military schools in the US, Fort Knox and Fort Leavenworth, and was on active duty in Kashmir in the 1965 war between India and Pakistan. After the war, he was promoted to the rank of colonel and became a brigadier in 1969. The irony is that it was Zulfikar Ali Bhutto himself who superseded seven officers and appointed Zia as Army chief later in 1976. Amitabh Mattoo, professor of Disarmament Studies at JNU, told ThePrint that Bhutto would disparagingly call Zia his pet monkey and make fun of his appearance. Bhutto lionised the Army to serve his own interests and it ended up backfiring when Zia initiated a military coup. Just a year after taking over as Army chief, on 5 July 1977, Zia-ul-Haq upended the Bhutto government in a military coup and imposed martial law across Pakistan. He assured people that this was only a temporary measure and that elections would be held soon. Due to Bhutto’s overwhelming popularity, Zia also ensured the former PM was charged with conspiracy to murder his political opponent Ahmed Raza Kasuri. The trial saw many gaps — judges were removed, Bhutto’s testimony was closed to observers, and he was denied a right to appeal as the trial went from the sessions court straight to the Supreme Court. On 4 April, 1979, despite pleas of clemency from many global heads of state, Bhutto was hanged to death. In an interview with BBC in 1977, Zia said that it would not be right to say that Bhutto’s trial was not fair. He further added that he was totally committed to reviving the democratic procedures in the country. “I don’t have any intention of staying in power for years.” However, he extended martial law, suspended political parties in 1979, banned labour strikes and introduced press censorship. Zia’s tenure as president was also known for beginning the Islamisation of Pakistan. He introduced Islamic laws — public floggings became common during his reign, educational curricula were Islamised, Islamists were inducted into the Army, judiciary and bureaucracy, sale of alcohol was banned to Muslims, and many institutions were created, headed by Islamic clerics, to oversee government affairs.
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In this historic footage, President Jimmy Carter is seen meeting with General Zia Ul Haq Shaheed, the President of Pakistan. The two leaders discuss bilateral relations and the importance of cooperation between the two countries. This video is a must-watch for anyone interested in the history of Pakistan-US relations and the legacy of Shaheed General Zia Ul Haq and President Jimmy Carter
Raja Zia ul Haq is a prominent lecturer from Islamabad, delivering regular talks & workshops on youth-related issues, life & purpose. He did his BSc. (Hons) in Computing from the University of Portsmouth, UK and his Masters in IT from the University of Canberra, Australia. He is well-travelled and has numerous years of professional work experience in Sales and Marketing for IT, Media and Telecom industry sectors. For the last few years, he has settled back in Pakistan and has been a lecturer at several universities across Islamabad and Rawalpindi, including Bahria University, FAST-NU, Riphah University and FMDC. Raja Zia ul Haq is currently the CEO of a not-for-profit, youth focused organization called ‘Youth Club’. He has gained immense popularity amongst the youth and with his fun and interactive style, is able to keep the audiences engaged and absorbed for hours. Due to his extensive experience in the multi-national and corporate sectors, along with his knowledge of the Islamic traditions, he is able to teach character values and ethics in a way unlike any other. He has been invited to many universities, schools and colleges as a public speaker including the University of Southampton, NUST, IBA, Shifa College of Medicine, RMC, Beaconhouse, Roots, Froebels, Westminster Schools, LGS and many more. #rajazia #naseehainstitute #ArsalanAhmed #Dawah #IslamicChallenge #malja #maljainstitute #muslimsister #sisters #deensquad #AISL #Muslims #islamicreminders #change #DawahTeam #DawahMission #dawahbyaction #ArsalanAhmed #moeenmahmood #yasinasad #Muslims #leadership #Quran #Hadees #Prophet #ProphetMuhammad #time #waste #timewaste
Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq, (born Aug. 12, 1924, Jullundur, Punjab [now in India]—died Aug. 17, 1988, near Bahawalpur, Pakistan), Pakistani chief of Army staff, chief martial-law administrator, and president of Pakistan (1978–88). Zia was commissioned in 1945 from the Royal Indian Military Academy in Dehra Dun and served with the British armored forces in Southeast Asia at the end of World War II. After 19 years spent in various staff and command appointments he was made an instructor at the Command and Staff College in Quetta. He successively commanded a regiment, brigade, division, and a corps during the period 1966–72. A major general from 1972, he was president of the military courts that tried several Army and Air Force officers alleged to have plotted against the government of Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in 1972. Bhutto promoted him to lieutenant general in 1975 and made him chief of Army staff in 1976. Zia seized power from Bhutto in a bloodless coup on July 5, 1977, and became chief martial-law administrator while retaining his position as Army chief of staff. He assumed the presidency after Fazal Elahi Chaudhry resigned. Zia tightened his hold on the government after having the charismatic and still-popular Bhutto executed on charges of attempted murder in 1979. Zia suspended political parties in that year, banned labour strikes, imposed strict censorship on the press, and declared martial law in the country (nominally lifted 1985). He responded to the Soviet Union’s invasion of neighboring Afghanistan in 1979 by embarking on a U.S.-financed military buildup. He also tried to broaden his base of support and worked for the Islamization of Pakistan’s political and cultural life. He died in an airplane crash. #TheTruth
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PNA movement 1977 | political party, Pakistan : 🤍 PNA Alliance and Zia ul Haq 1977 part : 🤍 Pakistan National Alliance constituted of nine religious and political parties. It was formed in 1977 in which the alliances agreed to run as a single bloc to overthrow the rule of Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the first elected leader of that country after the Martial law of Yahiya Khan. It was a major and largest alliance formed against Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his government. When it was formed, Card reader and astrologist Akilä Zia Schüzhgtai told Pakistan Media‘s which later published in the newspapers the next day, that “The 9 stars are united to end the democratic regime of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his collaborators”. The Alliance had 9 different ideological parties and had consisted of all secularist forces, communist forces, socialist forces, conservative forces, and hardline Islamist forces at a single bloc. However, after General Zia deposed Bhutto and his close colleagues, the alliance was divided into two sections. Under Zia, the secular forces, communist forces, and socialist forces were weakened and ruined. Many of the secular, communist, and socialist party members were either killed, tortured, or missing whom fate is still nobody known. Whereas Religious and ideological leaders sided with Zia. The Pakistan National Alliance manifesto was to bring back the 1970 prices. Implementation of Islam was its primary election slogan. They promised to enforce Islamic laws “Nizam-e-Mustafa”, the Sharia laws. The number of political parties leaders, like Asghar Khan‘s (Independence Movement (People National Party)Socialism, Nazeer Abbasi‘s (Community Party) Communism, Chaudhry Zahoor Elahi‘s (Muslim League) Conservatism, and Maulana Maududi‘s (Muttahida Mulla Association) hardline Islamism united by a common dislike of Zulfiqar Bhutto’s autocratic policies on a single platform. At this platform, the modern European style-influenced forces allied with the opposite of hardline Islamist forces. The alliance decided to contest the elections under one election symbol “plow” and a green flag with nine stars as its ensign. Contesting the 1977 elections jointly the PNA launched a campaign against the government after the controversial and appropriate results showing the Peoples Party as an overwhelming victory in the elections. The agitation caught the Peoples Party and its political leaders, by surprise and after several months of street fighting and protests. Under advised by his advisers, Bhutto opened negotiations with the PNA leadership but whether or not it would have been signed by all PNA parties or by Bhutto remains open to speculation. In the anti-Bhutto bloc, the alliance seemed to be effective when tapping a wave to remove Bhutto from the government. Meanwhile, Bhutto’s trusted companion Dr. Mubashir Hassan tried to handle the situation on behalf of Bhutto by bringing the alliance to a table to reach an agreement of co-existence and a vital political solution. On other hand, Dr. Hassan advised Bhutto not to rely either on the establishment or use force to control the alliance. However, Dr. Hassan’s creativities were not successful despite the efforts he made day and night. The PNA later refused to talk to Dr. Hassan as he was seen as the brain behind Bhutto’s rise. An agreement was finally reached in June 1977 and Bhutto was to sign it on July 5. Though, despite the interest of the negotiating team, other PNA leaders had questions about the agreement. In reply, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto also tried to crush the power of this alliance, with the help of his agencies such as FSF and Rangers and it was also considered one of the causes of Bhutto’s hanging on 4 April 1979. In a coup performed by General Zia, Bhutto was removed from office with a number of his colleagues. Bhutto was thrown in jail with his close companion’s dr. Hassan later witnessed the ill-treatment of General Zia to both men. The conservatives and Islamist fronts went to General Zia-ul-Haq, Chief of Army Staff, and Admiral Mohammad Sharif, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, and convinced them to remove Bhutto and no other agreement is reached with Bhutto and his colleagues remained stubborn. The absence of a formal agreement between the government and the PNA was used as an excuse by Pakistan under its Chairman Admiral Mohammad Sharif which led to the stage of a Coup d’état. General Zia ul Haque to break the deadlocks of those who were justifying the coup argued that no agreement had been reached between the two sides. The Alliance split after the Army under Zia-ul-Haq overthrew his government, between elements (conservatives and religious groups) that supported the martial law government and those who opposed it (socialists, communists, and secularists). The socialist, communist, and secular fronts were suppressed
Ever since Mohammad Khan Junejo took over as prime minister, reports of differences between him and president Gen Ziaul Haq trickled in. On the very first introduction, on March 20, both had a brief but bitter argument when Gen Zia said: “I have decided to appoint you as prime minister of the country,” to which Junejo replied: “When are you going to lift martial law, Mr President?” This caused the first crack and the differences increased with the passage of time. Donning the army chief’s uniform and armed with Article 58 2(b), Gen Zia enjoyed a strong position. It is not known when the general decided to send the prime minister packing, whether it was an instantaneous decision taken on May 29, 1988, or had been in the general’s mind for quite some time. “Rafaqat, this is it, but may I tell you that I have decided to pack them up” There were many factors for Gen Zia being displeased with Junejo; the most important among them was the removal of three ministers: Dr Mahboobul Haq, Dr Attiya Inayatullah and Dr Asadullah, who were especially summoned from the United States. Even more pertinent was Junejo’s refusal to give an extension to Gen Arif and Gen Rahimuddin. Junejo’s intention to act as an independent prime minister could be seen in the fact that the day he relieved Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan, he also issued formal instructions to the foreign ministry that in future no file regarding the Foreign Office should be sent to the President House. Ziaul Islam Ansari, a journalist who was close to and admired the general, summed up his opinion in General Ziaul Haq: shakhsiyat aur karnamay (1998). According to him, “… the people knew well that … there were no major differences between them; the only thing was that Gen Zia wanted all powers in his hands.” It is said that serious differences existed between Junejo and the Punjab chief minister, Nawaz Sharif, who was pampered by Gen Zia. Ansari mentions that while on his visit abroad, Gen Zia had asked the editor of an Urdu newspaper to speak to the prime minister about sorting out their differences. Subsequently, the editor spoke to Junejo in Manila but the latter denied having any differences with the general or with Nawaz Sharif. Junejo believed that his differences with Sharif were of an insignificant nature. However, a meeting between the two was arranged at Manila but no reconciliation came through. After the meeting, Nawaz Sharif telephoned Gen Zia from Manila which perhaps set the final course. On May 29, when the prime ministerial entourage was preparing to return to Islamabad, Gen Zia pondered over his future relationship with Junejo and his team. In the afternoon, he summoned his staff officer, Gen Rafaqat, who brought some files with him, which were to be sent to the prime minister’s office after being signed. After signing the files, Gen Zia asked for some writing paper and a pen and wrote the dismissal order for Junejo’s government and the dissolution of the assemblies. In a brief conversation between them, Gen Zia said: “Rafaqat, this is it, but may I tell you that I have decided to pack them up.” After landing, the prime minister held a brief press conference in the VIP room at the Islamabad airport, about the expected result of the visit and then drove straight to PM House. Until then, there were rumours among the reporters about an important press conference at President House. A small press room had been quickly set up at President House where during the introduction, a reporter commented: “Janab aaj to lambi daurr lag gayee,” (Today we had a hectic day). To this Gen Zia replied, “Daur to abb lage gi, main aap ko bahut barri khabar de raha hoon” (Little do you how hectic the day is going to become, as I am now giving you a huge story. “Whereas the objects and purposes for which the National Assembly was elected have not been fulfilled. “And whereas the law and order in the country have broken down to an alarming extent resulting in tragic loss of innumerable valuable lives as well as loss of property. “And whereas the life, property, honour and security of the citizens of Pakistan have been rendered totally unsafe and the integrity and ideology of Pakistan have been seriously endangered. “And whereas public morality has deteriorated to unprecedented levels. “And whereas in my opinion a situation has arisen in which the government of the federation cannot be carried on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and an appeal to the electorate is necessary. “Now, therefore, I Gen Ziaul Haq, President of Pakistan in exercise of the powers conferred on me by Clause (2) (b), of Article 58 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan hereby dissolve the National Assembly with immediate effect and in consequence thereof the cabinet also stands dissolved forthwith.
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The Senate Standing Committee has already allowed the public hanging of people involved in such crimes. Without a deterrent punishment, there is no possibility of bringing this crime to an end. Just see the crime rate in Saudi Arabia where deterrent punishments are awarded to criminals. And, why go that far? During 1981 — in late Gen Ziaul Haq’s tenure — the public hanging of a killer and rapist of a young boy, Pappu, had effectively worked as a deterrent for the next 10 years or so. Pappu’s body was recovered from a pond nearby. The abductors and killers were arrested and executed in public and their bodies remained hanging till the sunset. This stern punishment served as an effective deterrent as no child was reportedly molested and murdered in the next decade or so. Human rights activists oppose the amendment proposed by the senate standing committee allowing the public hanging of criminals involved in heinous crimes against children. We should follow what is good for our country. SINCE the rape and murder of Zainab, there has been a strong demand for the public hanging of rapists. However, it is heartbreaking that a small segment of society opposes this suggestion on the plea that such a punishment will not serve as a deterrent in rape cases. A famous saying goes ‘fear cuts deeper than the sword’. One may take an example of Saudi Arabia, where public executions are carried out using sword. This has curtailed rapes and crimes across Saudi Arabia. Whether it is a former president of Islamic Republic of Pakistan or the current CCPO of the capital of Pakistan’s largest province, the mindset of our male dominated society hasn’t changed in the last four decades. In 2005, President Musharraf made comments in the context of a question about the treatment of a rape survivor Mukhtar Mai whose case gained international attention. “You must understand the environment in Pakistan … This has become a money-making concern. A lot of people say if you want to go abroad and get a visa for Canada or citizenship and be a millionaire, get yourself raped.”