Pakistan needs Government backed by military, bureaucracy

All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) Quaid Pervez Musharraf has said Pakistan is desperately in need of a democratic government that has support both from military and bureaucracy. Addressing the inaugural ceremony of APML office in Texas (USA), the APML Quaid in his inaugural address underscored that both PPP and PML-N has lost supporting hands from military and bureaucracy. He said that when he assumed power in 1999; the country was on the verge of bankruptcy but with day-in and day-out struggle of few years, Pakistan was enlisted among the 11 countries’ list with the fastest growth and progress ratio.

In 2006, Pakistan refused to take foreign aid from IMF, Musharraf said, adding that the masses in the country should judge his regime with the developmental works and social welfare works initiated under his government instead of the individual acts like ‘Lal Masjid’ and Bughti’s killing. Pervez Musharraf said that his popularity graph in Pakistan has been mounting due to incapability of the ruling leaders and its’ the high-time that people of Pakistan should sideline themselves from hierarchical politics of PML-N and PPP by bringing forth a third political force as the absence of third political option in the country could create harms regarding future of Pakistan. Both the leading institutions of the country including military and bureaucracy were not supporting PPP as well as PML-N due to incompetent and incapable leadership of these parties, Musharraf said.

Pakistan Observer

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