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Musharraf`s book to put national interest in danger: Raja Pervez

28 September, 2006

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CHAKWAL: The book of General Pervez Musharraf was the collection of controversies and national interest would be in danger and the national politics would also be affected and would move the issue in the Parliament house and even the option moving it into the Supreme Court would also be availed.

This was stated by the Secretary General of Pakistan People`s Party Parliamentarian Raja Pervez Ashraf while talking to the newsmen.

Raja Pervez Ashraf was of the view that the book made the country into uncertainty and the confidence of the people was badly shaken. He was of the view that the reaction of the Pakistan nation during the electricity breakdown was an ultimate feeling of the common people and the majority of Pakistan nation was praying for the earliest departure of present Government.

He further told that people of Pakistan wanted to hear a good news as the present Government was failed to deliver and the recent visit of General Pervez Musharraf to the foreign countries was totally failure and the political crises in the country was further deepened.

Raja Pervez Ashraf suggested that the formation of interim Government and free, fair transparent elections and transferring of power to the real elected people was the solution of present crises.


Reader Comments:

The Book has done lot of good to Pakistan.

Raja Pervez Ashraf's fears are hollow. Let him go to the apex court and to the Parliament. PPP is finished minus BB and BB has shot in her foot by herself. Her incompetence and corruption are universally known.

Sher Mohammad

Sher Mohammad, Pakistan - 30 September, 2006

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