Pakistan: 11+2 Facts PTI Fans Won’t Digest
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No matter how personal they try to prove such incidents, fact is that President Bill Clinton was forced for impeachment and public apology to the American nation, and the then US Senate. Improper sexual relationships are never a personal issue at any stage such as Khan’s. Imran Khan has never elected on any official rank in Pakistan. He has proved nothing practically other then a single Mianwali seat and a recent massive gathering of his followers with brilliant facilities like free transport to rally venue and free musical concert at prime location of Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore. Even at this stage, Imran Khan is reluctant to speak about his previous mistakes publicly. Captain denied patronage to Tyrian Khan, that US Courts proved using the DNA tests. Any scandal exposed to media doesn’t remain personal anymore. Instead of apologizing his fans, Imran quoted it as his personal matter. Furthermore, his daughter still needs him as a father, something he denies but already proven. Try to put this confusion before any PTI fan and you will either be abused or amused by the follower.
3. Support to TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan):
دوسرے تھک ہار گئے تھے توانہوں نے مجھے عمران خان کے پاس بھیجا کہ میں اسے سیاست میں حصہ لینے پر آمادہ کروں۔ کپتان کے گھرانے سے پچیس برس سے میرے خاندان کے مراسم چلے آتے تھے لیکن مجھے یقین نہ تھا کہ وہ میرا خیر مقدم کرے گا۔ ایک ہیرو، جسے روزانہ سینکڑوں لوگوں سے واسطہ پڑتا اور جو ایک داخلیت پسند آدمی تھا۔ ہر ایک کو گوارا کرنے مگر کسی کے ساتھ شاذ ہی کھلنے والا آدمی۔ اب تو اس کے تقریباً سبھی دوستوں سے میری بے تکلفی ہے ۔ 1996ئ کے موسمِ خزاں میں صورتِ حال یکسر مختلف تھی۔ اگر چہ میں پہلا آدمی تھا ، جس نے تیرہ سال پہلے 1983میں تحریری طور پر پیش گوئی کی تھی کہ ایک دن وہ سیاست میں حصہ لے گاکہ کاروبار اس کا مزاج نہیں اور توانائی کے اس طوفان کو ایک بڑا میدان درکار ہوگا۔ بے تکلفی کے بغیر لیکن مکالمہ کیسے ہو۔ جنرل حمید گل کو اللہ تعالیٰ صحت اور ایمان کے ساتھ تادیر سلامت رکھے، انہوں نے مجھ سے کہا: تمہاری دلیل مضبوط بہت ہے کہ ایک شخص اگردیانت اور سچائی پر قائم رہے تو سیاست اسے توقیر سے محروم نہیں کر سکتی۔ یہ بات تم خود اس سے کہوتو ممکن ہے کہ وہ قائل ہو جائے ۔
“When others were tired, they asked me to Imran Khan so that I may insist him to step into politics. I had over twenty five years relations with captain’s family but I was not sure if he would welcome me. He was a hero who used to meet with hundreds of people and liked to be linked, not with everyone though. I used to be free with almost all of his friends, 1996 autumn was however different. Although I was the first one who predicted in written that Khan will one day jump into the politics as business is not his passion whereas the possession of tremendous energetics would need some great grounds to be exhaled. Problem was however to initiate the discussion in a free environment. General Hamid Gul (may Allah bless him with good health and firm belief) asked me: “You are man of strong reasoning; nobody can stop someone from gaining respect if he continues to proceed on the path of honesty and truth. Tell this to him and he might get convinced”.
General Hameed Gul is still considered as man of very strong links in defense circles. Now try asking this to a PTI follower and you might receive an interesting response.
5. Opposition to MQM – Archaic Now:
There was a time when Imran Khan was banned from entering in Sind. It was Musharref’s era with provincial government of MQM in Sind. It all started with Captain’s call to file a petition against MQM top figure Altaf Hussain. The motto was not clear but if it was to gain popularity among masses, it was well received no doubt. It made Khan as make up figure of city walls by MQM hardline workers. Karachi witnessed wall chalking of worse ethical fashion like “Imran Kutta (Imran dog)” and “Imran Zani (Imran Adulterer)”. The war of words also include some inclusion of Altaf’s married life in captain’s public word life. It all happened for a couple of months and then everything was over. Imran recently met with MQM leaders at their head quarters, Nine Zero. Khan was also greeted by the same (once a devil of PTI ideology), Altaf Hussain on his successful Lahore Rally. Question is, where did the opposition go? Is it like an Archaic among the vocabulary of PTI’s line of action?
6. Contradicting Himself:
The Captain has been found contradicting his own statements on number of occasions, two of whom are worth sharing. PTI fans portray Khan as clean personality with nothing wrong or bad attributed. Khan had a clear stance over the so called Lotas (those who change their party loyalty): No place of already examined ones in PTI. News update delivered to my cell phone is that Mian Azher (Former president of PMLQ and political activist from PMLN very much active in Supreme Court attacks) has joined PTI. There are many other names to be included in the party pretty soon. Where did the fresh blood go? Is that what youth is asking for: Re-electing the old faces? Is that what Imran Khan promised for? Isn’t it contradiction to his own previous statements?
Another contradiction is regarding Captain’s visit to Nine Zero. The details can be seen in this video clip, I believe most of the PTI members and fans will try to prove edited. Decision left upon readers if it is edited.
7. Playboy for Islamic Republic:
“I have never claimed to be an angel,’ he says, still behind his shades. ‘I am a humble sinner. In my cricket career I would keep a log and write down the areas I had failed in so I could make them strengths. I have tried to do that in life, too.”
Said Iman Khan, who tries to prove others guilty of many sins today. Khan counts any sexual interaction of his own among his personal deeds. Unfortunately, he forgets while doing so that he is citizen of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, not truly an Islamic state though but was created as one. TIm Adams, observer for The Guardian quotes about the captain and his politics:
“All this sounds a very long way from the Imran Khan of the Seventies and Eighties who spent his evenings in Annabel’s and Tramp nightclubs in London’s West End and his days in Nigel Dempster’s gossip columns for bedding a series of debutantes – including the late Sita White (daughter of Lord White), Susannah Constantine (Viscount Linley’s ex), Lady Liza Campbell and the artist Emma Sergeant. He had come to England from Aitchison College, a relic of the Raj, to study at Oxford, where he was captain of cricket, before playing for Worcestershire and Sussex. In those days he was very much the playboy prince. I wonder what he makes of that former self.”
Imran is asking his proxy rival Nawaz Shareef, to ask for an open apology to the nation for all of his corruption. We ask Imran: Who will apologize for his own dirty deeds? An important question, that might drag you in trouble if its you versus PTI blind followers.
8. Artificial Rivalry – Lets Attract the Media:
Count me cynical, but the very reason of this artificial rivalry started by Imran Khan against Nawaz Shareef is not understandable in simple notion. According to the PTI members and Imran Khan himself, it is the corruption from PMLN as a main header for opposition to the party. Problem arises when PTI is unable to prove the corruption in the free and fair courts. PTI accepts independence of current judicial system, honorable Chief Justice of Pakistan and the honorable courts, yet reluctant to file the petition and follow it up on regular basis to prove what they claim. Nawaz Shareef is not Babar Awan whose punishment can be forgiven as a special provision provided to The President of Pakistan. He is no Rahman Malik to be given amnesty by Mr. Ten Percent. If its corruption alone, PTI should start shouting over other parties including ANP, MQM, PMLQ, APML etc. Many people will disagree with this but I believe Nawaz is not testified by the strongest media today. Most of the fan base youth of PTI just hates PMLN and Nawaz Shareef because Imran Khan says so. They can’t even answer this simple logical question: Why did Musharref let Nawaz go if he had proofs for his corruption? We know the enmity between Nawaz and Musharref. If Musharref was not able to prove anything, what grounds does Imran has to claim one?
Imran on one side is initiating backdoor contacts with Pervez Musharref, PMLQ and MQM that are major stakeholders of corruption stories being unveiled by Supreme Court of Pakistan currently, whereas expanding their battle with PMLN on the other. This strategy convinces independent analysts even more about Khan’s links to Pakistan Army backed agency ISI, who still considers Nawaz Shareef as a nightmare throwing their Chiefs in a simple democratic manner. At the same time, Nawaz is avoiding Imran Khan and PTI to portray himself with no fear from the captain. Elections, approaching in coming year will clarify everything for sure, but the question is, is it fair to target a single party whose corruption is yet to be proved and to ignore others who are beneficiaries of the most wicked conspiracies like NRO?
9. Let’s accept Imran Khan: But wait… Where is The Team?
I believe 70% of PTI followers have no idea about it. Imran Khan presents Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital as one of his prime success and service to the nation. Very few people know the fact that the land upon which Imran Khan is enjoying his fame today was given as charity by then Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Shareef. Talk to the PTI follower and he will be like: “So What? Who cares”
EDIT: Originally Posted 8th November 2011 by Maaz Bin Mahmood