By I.A. Rehman
A FOREIGN observer who claims to know us well said Pakistan had strange rulers. ‘A’ did not know what ‘B’ was saying and ‘B’ did not know what ‘A’ was saying. A local wag came out with a correction: neither ‘A’ nor ‘B’ himself knew what he was saying. Period.
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said the government was innocent in the matter of the end of the restrictions on Dr A.Q. Khan. It was a court that had ruled in his favour. He did, however, add that the nuclear network was finished. The people were left to wonder that if the ‘father of the bomb’ had been restrained only until the elimination of the nuclear network, why was it necessary to wait for a court order? What was the ‘nuclear network’ anyway?Read More »‘Incredible’ Pakistan