Saturday, July 17, 2010

Gadar Altaf calls making of Pakistan biggest mistake.

Gadar Altaf Hussain calls making of Pakistan biggest mistake while doing speech in india.

UPDATED: Gen. Safdar Ali, Brig. Asif Haroon & Saulat Raza Confirm Jinnah Pur Maps Recovery.

How Thug Became No. 2 Mayor of World ?

KamalMustafa Kamal, Altaf Hussain and other MQM leaders never told us a lie. They, from the onset, told us that Mustafa Kamal was a “2 number″ mayor, and that was also vetted by a world body, though now the world body is stunned at the whole episode.
According to their website, the FOREIGN POLICY Magazine is the premier, award-winning magazine of global politics, economics, and ideas.
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All hell broke loose some days ago, when Karachiite woke up to find their city littered with banners congratulating the city Nazim of his receiving the title of No. 2 Mayor in the world by the Foreign Policy. Mayor not only received the facilitations, but also thanked his Quaid Altaf Hussain and the whole MQM machine started parading the mayor in the load-shedding.
Then Joshua Keating of FP publishes this:
At issue is a sidebar from FP’s recent Global Cities Index that names Kamal, Berlin’s Klaus Wowereit, and Chongqing’s Wang Hongju as “mayors of the moment” who have found innovative ways to globalize their cities. The mayors are not ranked, nor are we implying that they are objectively “better” than any other mayors, but that didn’t stop the Karachi City Government from issuing a press release on its Website (they’ve changed the text since being contacted by FP) congratulating Kamal for being the No. 2 mayor in the world. For the record, the three names are not listed in any particular order.

Where PPP, PML-N and MQM Stood on Jinnahpur in 1992??

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ISLAMABAD: If history has any relevance in our politics then the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) so closely allied today — were daggers drawn over the Jinnahpur conspiracy in 1992 and the PPP was accusing the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) of cover-up while the then-Nawaz Sharif government was pleading complete innocence.
Reports carried by leading newspapers on the issue during 1992 show the Nawaz-led IJI government had completely denied the existence of Jinnahpur conspiracy but the PPP-led PDA (Pakistan Democratic Alliance) opposition charged the government of covering up the MQM’s conspiracy.
However, the Jamaat-e-Islami, a coalition partner in the government, once moved an adjournment motion in the National Assembly to discuss the Jinnahpur conspiracy. It was no less than opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, who had accused the Nawaz regime of trying to cover up the conspiracy of the MQM which, according to her, wanted to make a separate homeland with the support of India. The incumbent President, Asif Ali Zardari, had also demanded action against Jinnahpur planners.
Today though the MQM targets the PML-N for the Jinnahpur conspiracy, during those times MQM Chief Altaf Hussain was even found hailing the Nawaz government for exposing Jinnahpur. Altaf Hussain also demanded a probe into the matter by the Supreme Court.
Similarly, the PML-N, which today passes the buck on the Army and intelligence agencies to have created the Jinnahpur drama, during those days insisted that the plot was a figment of imagination of the PPP. The then-interior minister Chaudhry Shujaat was also reported to have said the Army used to operate as per the directive of the government.
In order to have a true sense of the political divide of those times and the position of different political parties on the issue of Jinnahpur, briefs of statements and reports of newspapers of different political leaders and analysts on the issue are reproduced here.
Jang Karachi quoted Benazir Bhutto on July 6, 1992 as saying if Beharis are settled in Sindh it would pave the way for Jinnahpur and Sindhudesh. She said Sindh had proved to be waterloo for the past rulers and it may also become the same for Nawaz Sharif.
July 18, 1992 Jang Karachi reported Brigadier Haroon, the Army spokesman, as saying in a press briefing that the MQM had planned a separate homeland. The News of July 17 quoted him as saying there were confirmed intelligence reports, revealing the MQM plans. The map of the planned country was also discovered during the operation, he claimed.
On Oct 11, 1992 Jang Lahore ran a story filed by its reporter Azhar Sohail which talked of the Army high command providing documentary evidence to the government that the MQM was planning to create an independent state called Jinnahpur comprising Hyderabad, Thatta, Badin, Karachi and all those areas of upper Sindh that are oil rich.
The report said the corps commander meeting in a recent meeting discussed the issue and decided to provide all the material to the government. Politician Meraj Muhammad Khan was reported to have said on Oct 12, 1992 that the Jinnahpur map issue is a fraud.
A day later, Shaheen Sehbai, who is presently Group Editor of The News, reported for Dawn “A House losing its temper” and wrote in his Press Gallery, “The opposition was pressing for a debate on Jinnahpur, the supposed brainchild of the MQM to separate Urdu-speaking areas from Pakistan.”
The same day The News reported the voting out of NA motion by the treasury benches on Jinnahpur. The News also reported the then deputy opposition leader Farooq Leghari to have said the prime minister (Nawaz Sharif) was involved in the Jinnahpur conspiracy and claimed that the government opposed motion on the issue because it did not want to go into details.
Dawn on Oct 14, 1992 carried MQM Chief Altaf Hussain’s statement in which he called for a Supreme Court probe to investigate the charges of Jinnahpur against the MQM. The same newspaper reported on Oct 15 about two separate adjournment motions moved by the PDA and Jamaat-e-Islami members to discuss the Jinnahpur conspiracy.
In a press conference on Oct 17, the then key minister of Nawaz regime Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said Jinnahpur plot did not exist. “The government would not allow anyone to subvert the rights of Muhajirs. It is baseless that we have ever discussed the creation of the so-called Jinnahpur with the MQM,” he was quoted to have said. Nisar also dispelled the impression that the whole MQM was a terrorist organisation and insisted the good and bad people were in every party.
He asked Altaf Hussain to respond to the allegations levelled against his party.

The same day ANP Chief Ajmal Khattak said there is no truth in the reports that the MQM had planned anything to break Pakistan or to establish Jinnahpur. October 19 newspapers carry ISPR press release, conveying Army’s denial of the knowledge of the Jinnahpur plan.
“The Army had no evidence concerning the so-called Jinnahpur plan, it is clarified that the newspaper story in question is baseless. The Army has neither handed over to the government any document or map as reported, not is it in possession of any evidence concerning the so-called ‘Jinnahpur’ plan.
It is also factually wrong that the matter was discussed at any meeting of the corps commander.” But the same day Benazir Bhutto in a statement in the National Assembly said the government was consciously covering up the Jinnahpur conspiracy and is backing up the MQM from day one.
Nawa-e-Waqt quoted her as saying the motive of the organisation (MQM) is to create a separate homeland with the support of India. She demanded of the removal of Nawaz Sharif from the government for supporting, abetting and financing the dismemberment of Pakistan. She said it was of no use to blame Altaf Hussain. “His partner, supporter and guide Nawaz Sharif must go,” The News reported on October 19.
The same day the then-interior minister Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain was reported to have said in the National Assembly a day before that Jinnahpur is a non-issue and the brainchild of the PPP. Farooq Leghari, however, demanded judicial probe into the plot and contended that disclosure of the Jinnahpur plot had exposed the MQM’s anti-state activities which needed further investigations.
Shaheen Sehbai in Dawn’s “From Press Gallery” wrote on October 19, “Jinnahpur is all fiction”. “Including the opposition leader, Benazir Bhutto, could hardly produce anything about the much trumpeted Jinnahpur beyond newspaper clippings or a reported statement of an Army spokesman made in front of a team of Islamabad journalists. Even that was said to have been denied by the Army,” wrote Sehbai.
The News of Oct 19 also quoted Asif Ali Zardari to have desiring action against Jinnahpur planners. “Zardari said the denial of the plan made by the leader of the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad was meaningless,” the newspaper read.
In his report “The last refuge of a scoundrel”, Nusrat Javed, senior journalist, wrote in The News on Oct 19, “A military spokesman, Brigadier Haroon, told this to a group of newsmen visiting Karachi in mid-July that there were confirmed intelligence reports that some of the MQM leaders were trying to create a separate state. This correspondent was present at the Army briefing in Karachi where such allegations were made and one reported about them like the rest of the newsmen present. Reference to Haroon’s allegations demands another simple answer, i.e., whether the Nawaz government agrees to the perception expressed by a senior Army officer?”
Tariq Butt of The News on October 19 also reported of Benazir Bhutto’s accusing the government of cover-up. “When Interior Minister Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain described the Jinnahpur conspiracy as a dangerous figment of the PDA’s imagination, opposition MNAs accused the government of being a party to the plot,” the story filed by Butt read.
The same day Nawa-e-Waqt ran a story quoting Benazir Bhutto to have said the Army had uncovered the Jinnahpur conspiracy but the government was silent on the issue. Dawn on October 21, 1992 reported Altaf Hussain to have been praising the government. The report headlined, “Altaf hails govt for exposing Jinnahpur”. According to the report, the MQM chief said the government (of Nawaz Sharif) and its agencies in the same effective manner should display a positive attitude to review the baseless allegations levelled against the MQM to bring about an improvement in the present constitutional and political crises, particularly in Sindh.”
Oct 21, 1992 Jang published a story based on Asif Ali Zardari’s statement that was though appeared conflicting with the PPP stance at that time, suits today’s politics of the PPP and the MQM. The newspaper reported Mr Zardari to have said in a court premises in Karachi that the Jinnahpur scandal was created to malign the MQM.
The same day Dawn reported Farooq Leghari to have been refuting the government’s claim that Jinnahpur was a figment of imagination of the PPP. He also demanded constitution of a high-powered commission headed by the chief justice of Pakistan and comprising all the four high court chief justices to look into the matter.
Several years later on December 14, 1998 The News carried a statement of Altaf Hussain on the same issue. Altaf Hussain demanded probe into reports about Jinnahpur and said the separate Jinnahpur state allegations was a well-planned conspiracy which was used as a message for the Muhajir community that they would continue to be victimized if they did not demand a separate state.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Asif Ali Zardari (Mr. 10%)’s List of Assets and Corruption Records

Asif Ali Zardari dubbed “Mr 10%” an unknown happy-go-lucky son of a small-time businessman who struck gold by marrying one of the worlds most glamorous women Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benzair Bhutto. Taking advantage of his wife’s authority he is known to have taken kickbacks from many deals inside and outside of Pakistan. The most famous was a $4 billion deal to buy 32 Mirage jets from the French company Dassault. Documents, which include letters from Dassault executives, indicate an agreement was reached to pay a 5% “remuneration” – about $200m – to Marleton Business, a BVI company controlled by Zardari. Besides these many more kickback deals were taken with companies such as ARY Gold, Social de Surveillance (SGS), Cotecna, and ZPC Ursus, a Polish tractor company.

Zardari assets holding amount into hundreds of millions of dollars easily, Having 8 prime properties in the UK, of which once is the famous Rockwood Estate 365 acres in Surrey, worth £4.35m has now been sold and money sent back to the Govt. of Pakistan. Also 14 multi-million dollar mansions in the USA, including owning Holiday Inn hotel Houston, Texas Owned by “Mr 10%” and Iqbal Memon and Sadar-ud-Din Hashwani.
They (Zardari and Benazir Bhutto) also have huge business ventures in the Middle East running into hundreds of millions if not billion mark. Mr Zardari also has huge stakes in sugar mills all over Pakistan, which include: Sakrand Sugar Mills, Nawabshah, Ansari Sugar Mills, Hyderabad, Mirza Sugar Mills, Badin, Pangrio Sugar Mills, Thatta and Bachani Sugar Mills, Sanghar.
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pangrio-sugar-mill, bachani-sugar-millI have been in receipt of this extensive list of Asif Zardari’s Local and International holdings sent to me via a number of sources, in all honesty I have no way of precisely confirming the authenticity of this list but place it on this blog in an attempt to figure out what true what is simply hype. There is little doubt in my mind that this list may be quite close to being authentic considering the massive corruption that has plagued Pakistan in his previous two tenures in power (watch the video below), little to know that the Metamorphosis of 2008 which changed the way he appeared orchestrated after the assassination of his wife on 27thasif ali zardari, mr 10 precent, ten percent, mister-10-percent, 
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surrey, property, land, corruption, commission, sakrand-sugar-mill, 
nawabshah, ansari-sugar-mill, hyderabad, mirza-sugar-mill, badin, 
pangrio-sugar-mill, bachani-sugar-mill December 2007. Are we to believe in a ‘rejuvenated, honest by-the-books leader’, or are we gearing up to push Zardari further up into Pakistans Rich List of 2008 where he was previously ranked at #2 (also; dou number in urdu).
I can also suspect that the sudden revelation if this list could be a deliberate retaliation by the ‘agencies’ to push Zardari on the back foot and move off Musharraf’s impeachment attack. Whatever be the case this massive list is jaw dropping amazing, I have no idea about the total valuation of the wealth itemized here but I suspect it could easily be an aggregated wealth as listed = £900m / ($1.8billion) or more.
The video below tells where the major share of the above mentioned wealth came from:


  1. Plot no. 121, Phase VIII, DHA Karachi.

  2. Agricultural land situated in Deh Dali Wadi, Taluka, Tando Allah Yar.

  3. Agricultural property located in Deh Tahooki Taluka, District Hyderabad measuring 65.15 acres.

  4. Agricultural land falling in Deh 76-Nusrat, Taluka, District Nawabshah measuring 827.14 acres

  5. Agricultural land situated in Deh 76-Nusrat, Taluka, District Nawabshah measuring 293.18 acres

  6. Residential plot No 3 (Now House) Block No B-I, City Survey No 2268 Ward-A Nawabshah

  7. Huma Heights (Asif Apartments) 133, Depot Lines, Commissariat Road, Karachi

  8. Trade Tower Building 3/CL/V Abdullah Haroon Road, Karachi

  9. House No 8, St 9, F-8/2, Islamabad

  10. Agricultural land in Deh 42 Dad Taluka/ District Nawabshah

  11. Agricultural land in Deh 51 Dad Taluka Distt Nawabshah

  12. Plot No 3 & 4 Sikni (residential) Near Housing Society Ltd. Nawabshah

  13. CafT Sheraz (C.S No.. 2231/2 & 2231/3) Nawabshah

  14. Agricultural land in Deh 23-Deh Taluka & District Nawabshah

  15. Agricultural property in Deh 72-A, Nusrat Taluka, Nawabshah

  16. Agricultural land in Deh 76-Nusrat Taluka, Nawabshah

  17. Plot No. A/136 Survey No 2346 Ward A Government Employee’s Cooperative Housing Society Ltd, Nawabshah

  18. Agricultural land in Deh Jaryoon Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  19. Agricultural land in Deh Aroro Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  20. Agricultural land in Deh Nondani Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  21. Agricultural land in Deh Lotko Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  22. Agricultural land in Deh Jhol Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  23. Agricultural land in Deh Kandari Taluka Tando Allah Yar, Distt. Hyderabad

  24. Agricultural land in Deh Deghi Taluka Tando Mohammad Khan

  25. Agricultural land in Deh Rahooki Taluka, Hyderabad

  26. Property in Deh Charo Taluka, Badin

  27. Agricultural property in Deh Dali Wadi Taluka, Hyderabad

  28. Five acres prime land allotted by DG KDA in 1995/96

  29. 4,000 kanals on Simli Dam

  30. 80 acres of land at Hawkes Bay

  31. 13 acres of land at Maj Gulradi (KPT Land)

  32. One acre plot, GCI, Clifton

  33. One acre of land, State Life (International Center, Sadar)

  34. FEBCs worth Rs. 4 million

  1. Sakrand Sugar Mills Nawabshah

  2. Ansari Sugar

  3. Mills Hyderabad

  4. Mirza Sugar Mills Badin

  5. Pangrio Sugar Mills Thatta

  6. Bachani Sugar Mills Sanghar

  1. Bomer Fiannce Inc, British Virgin Islands

  2. Mariston Securities Inc, British Virgin Islands

  3. Marleton Business S A, British Virgin Islands

  4. Capricorn Trading S A, British Virgin Islands

  5. Fagarita Consulting INc, British Virgin Islands

  6. Marvil Associated Inc, British Virgin Islands

  7. Pawnbury Finance Ltd, British Virgin Islands

  8. Oxton Trading Limited, British Virgin Islands

  9. Brinslen Invest S A, British Virgin Islands

  10. Chimitex Holding S A, British Virgin Islands

  11. Elkins Holding S A, British Virgin Islands

  12. Minister Invest Ltd, British Virgin Islands

  13. Silvernut Investment Inc, British Virgin Islands

  14. Tacolen Investment Ltd, British Virgin Islands

  15. Marlcrdon Invest S A, British Virgin Islands

  16. Dustan Trading Inc, British Virgin Islands

  17. Reconstruction and Development Finance Inc, British Virgin Islands

  18. Nassam Alexander Inc.

  19. Westminster Securities Inc.

  20. Laptworth Investment Inc 202, Saint Martin Drive, West Jacksonville

  21. Intra Foods Inc. 3376, Lomrel Grove, Jacksonville, Florida

  22. Dynatel Trading Co, Florida

  23. A..S Realty Inc. Palm Beach Gardens Florida

  24. Bon Voyage Travel Consultancy Inc, Florida

  1. 355 acre Rockwood Estate, Surrey (Now stands admitted)

  2. Flat 6, 11 Queensgate Terrace, London SW7

  3. 26 Palace Mansions, Hammersmith Road, London W14

  4. 27 Pont Street, London, SW1

  5. 20 Wilton Crescent, London SW1

  6. 23 Lord Chancellor Walk, Coombe Hill, Kingston, Surrey

  7. The Mansion, Warren Lane, West Hampstead, London

  8. A flat at Queensgate Terrace, London

  9. Houses at Hammersmith Road, Wilton Crescent, Kingston and in Hampstead.

  1. 12-3 Boulevard De-Nieuport, 1000, Brussels, (Building containing 4 shops and 2 large apartments)

  2. Chausee De-Mons, 1670, Brussels

  1. La Manoir De La Reine Blanche and property in Cannes
ZARDARI’S PROPERTIES IN USA — in the name of Asif Zardari and managed by Shimmy Qureshi:

  1. Stud farm in Texas

  2. Wellington Club East, West Palm Beach

  3. 12165 West Forest Hills, Florida

  4. Escue Farm 13,524 India Mound, West Palm Beach

  5. 3,220 Santa Barbara Drive, Wellington Florida

  6. 13,254 Polo Club Road, West Palm Beach Florida

  7. 3,000 North Ocean Drive, Singer Islands, Florida

  8. 525 South Flager Driver, West Palm Beach, Florida

  9. Holiday Inn Houston Owned by Asif Ali Zardari, Iqbal Memon and Sadar-ud-Din Hashwani

  1. Union Bank of Switzerland (Account No. 552.343, 257.556.60Q, 433.142.60V, 216.393.60T)

  2. Citibank Private Limited (SWZ) (Account No. 342034)

  3. Citibank N A Dubai (Account No. 818097)

  4. Barclays Bank (Suisse) (Account No. 62290209)

  5. Barclays Bank (Suisse) (Account No. 62274400)

  6. Banque Centrade Ormard Burrus S A

  7. Banque Pache S A

  8. Banque Pictet & Cie

  9. Banque La Henin, Paris (Account No. 00101953552)

  10. Bank Natinede Paris in Geneva (Account NO.. 563.726.9)

  11. Swiss Bank Corporation

  12. Chase Manhattan Bank Switzerland

  13. American Express Bank Switzerland

  14. Societe De Banque Swissee

  15. Barclays Bank (Knightsbridge Branch) (Account No. 90991473)

  16. Barclays Bank, Kingston and Chelsea Branch, (Sort Code 20-47-34135)

  17. National Westminster Bank, Alwych Branch (Account No. 9683230)

  18. Habib Bank (Pall Mall Branch).

  19. National Westminster Bank, Barking Branch, (Account No. 28558999).

  20. Habib Bank AG, Moorgate, London EC2

  21. National Westminster Bank, Edgware Road, London

  22. Banque Financiei E Dela Citee, Credit Suisse

  23. Habib Bank AG Zurich, Switzerland

  24. Pictet Et Cie, Geneva

  25. Credit Agricole, Paris

  26. Credit Agridolf, Branch 11, Place Brevier, 76440, Forges Les Faux

  27. Credit Agricole, Branch Haute – Normandie, 76230, Boise Chillaum
DISCLAIMER: We have no way in confirming the authenticity of this list, and would appreciate help in confirming some/all items listed here, errors and omissions will be corrected as identified.
Some Reports As Supporting Evidence:

Jahil PPP Minister can not write even a single line.

Altaf Hussain Join Hands with qadianies

Altaf Hussain is a gushtakh-e-Rasool he not a muslim because a person who do not accept that a non muslim is a muslim is also non muslim.

Jahil PPP's politicians, live fight.

Not Only Fake Degrees but Politicians are Ready to have a Fake Mother - Exposed by Lucman .