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Archive for March, 2013

Surviving March

As opposed to the 15th of March (the Roman “Ides of March”), the entire month of March seems linked with Pakistan’s destiny. March 23 marks the 1940 Resolution for the muslims of South Asia aspiring for a separate homeland, the fateful Army action in Dhaka in 1971 started late evening of March 25. By early next morning hundreds who had lived for over two decades as patriotic Pakistanis were lying dead in the streets, and were buried as Bangladeshis. March 26 ended the brave and extraordinary experiment to keep the two geographically apart muslim homelands as one entity, Hundreds of thousands died before the formal surgical process was complete nearly nine months later.


Anything is possible

Remember military dictator Oliver Cromwell telling the members of the Rump Parliament on 20 April 1653, “You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God go!”, unquote. Just before the National Assembly (NA) completed its term, PM Raja Pervez Ashraf gave the nation a concentrated dose about “the magnificent performance” of the PPP-led Coalition. The plethora of mistruths included gems like “bettering of the lot” of the common man by “turning the economy around”. To influence the voters’ choice of their preference as rulers for next five years, a constant drumbeat of lies will be disseminated, mainly through paid agents in the electronic media. “A fool and his money are easily parted” should be para-phrased in the context of Pakistan as “a fool and his vote are easily parted”.


The Ides of March Again

If ethnic and sectarian strife were not enough to go with terrorism, we are now facing religious strife. One is under no illusion that this is not being deliberately fomented to aggravate the deteriorating law and order situation, slipping beyond the control of the civilian law and enforcement authorities (LEAs) into anarchy, the creeping kind. […]