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Monday's Connector of the Day: Pervez Musharraf

February 9th, 2010
09:03 PM ET

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf is becoming one of the biggest stars on Facebook.

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His personal Facebook page has more than 127,000 fans and he regularly answers questions and posts status updates.

Musharraf swept to power in 1999 in a bloodless coup, removing Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and appointing himself president in 2001, while remaining the head of the military.

Considered an ally by the United States in the fight against Islamic extremists in the region, he was criticized for impeding democratic elections in 2008 – including delaying the elections, suspending the country's constitution, restricting the media and having political protesters arrested.

Ultimately, the pro-Musharraf party – Muslim League-Q – finished third in the voting and he stepped down only after the ruling coalition announced it would seek to impeach him.

Musharraf, speaking on CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS" last May, said he wishes the current government well and that he "would be the happiest person" if the nation deals well with threats such as the growing political and martial strength of the Taliban.

We want to know what you think. What would you like to ask the former Pakistani leader?

soundoff (382 Responses)
  1. Shama

    Upon reading about Dr. Afaia's case it seems very confusing. How come the Pakistani Government did not deal with her case directly on Pakistani soil to get all answers clearly for the Pakistani Nation and the world without prejudice? This happened during Mr. Musharaff"s Presidency.

    February 10, 2010 at 5:56 am | Reply
  2. Energize

    Dear Pervez,
    2 questions. 1.Would you say that Pakistan still holds true to being called an Islamic Republic when the fundamental law of the land seems not to be based on Shariah but on Western Law? 2.Also, what do you say of the present governemnt and their fight against the militants, can they win, and what tactics would you advise them to use?
    Many thanks

    February 10, 2010 at 6:05 am | Reply
  3. Waqas Malik

    First of all i honestly believe that you were the best leader Pakistan ever got. My family belongs to armed forces so i know how it feels when you are not home anymore.I think your biggest mistake was joining PML ( Q) and taking on Chief justice. Your critics back home think that you are a west crony and you left Pakistan as everybody does after their tenure including my father. My question to you are as follows:-

    1.) Why On Earth did you resign..?
    2.) How does it feel when we have the most notorious thief as a President right now..?
    3.) Any Plans to come back home and reconcile with your supporters like me who have been defending you in all their discussions with your opponents and dont have much reasons to defend..??

    February 10, 2010 at 12:50 pm | Reply
  4. Power

    During the early years of his presidency he spoke a lot about the relevance of power projects in different areas across Pakistan claiming that these projects had a timeline stretching uptil 2050. He did not deliver on them. What were the obstacles he faced, since now Pakistan is reeling from lack of electricity.

    February 10, 2010 at 1:07 pm | Reply
  5. Azmat

    Mr. Musharaf:

    You have run the government for most of a decade. Can you please elaborate if it is even remotely possible to manage this nation of 170 Million people in its own best interest without bending over under external and internal pressures? What kind of person or leader will it take to actually act truly and selflessly on behalf of the people of Pakistan and not succumb to pressure and make decisions that he or she or they know are NOT favoring the nation?

    Alternatively, is it possible to have a partnership with any other nation or country wherein Pakistan receives all the necessary support and not be required to tow a line deterrent to its own good?

    In my mind, the answers to these question alone hold the mystery of the survival of Pakistan.

    Thank you.

    February 10, 2010 at 1:28 pm | Reply
  6. Thomas Mathew

    My questions for Mr.Musharraf
    1.Ardeshir Cowasjee, a dogged believer in Jinnah's Pakistan, is fond of repeating what Jinnah is said to have told Cowasjee senior: ˜Mark my words, each successive government of Pakistan will be worse than its predecessor” (Hindu Magazine,17th Jan ’10) .Honestly, can you disagree with Mr. Cowasjee ?
    2.Jinnah never wanted that either the military or the mullas rule Pakistan. Gen. Zia hanged Butto, trampled democracy, and brought in theocracy based military rule. You did your lot by usurping Nawaz Sherif, though you were generous enough not to hang him. How can you deny that, in effect , the military has been airbrushing Jinnah’s vision off ?
    3.To further their interest ,the military aided by the mullahs, has entrenched its tentacles across Pakistani society and institutions, except perhaps the press, by instilling India fear in Pakistani psyche. To wit, 60 % of companies listed in Karachi Stock Exchange are directly or indirectly controlled by Military personnel. Do you honestly believe that India will attack Pakistan without any provocation?
    4. Isn’t it correct that the military has never allowed democracy to evolve in Pakistan?
    5. (a) Wasn't partition a historic blunder (b)Wouldn't have the lot of Pakistani people been better in an undivided India?
    6. Honestly, as a human being which do you consider as better- a culturally diverse India or Islamized Pakistan?

    February 10, 2010 at 2:05 pm | Reply
  7. J.K. Antony Samy

    Dear Mushraf,

    Two pakistani soldiers have received Nishan-e-Haider award after Kargil war in 1999. Will you accept that it was pakistan army fighting with Indian forces during 1999 kargil war and it was not kashmiri freedom fighters ?

    And why did you do that ? 1000s of soldiers have lost their lives in both the side. Do you feel guilty for that ?

    February 10, 2010 at 2:11 pm | Reply
  8. Derrick Chapman

    Can the Afghan strategy of appealing to "moderate" Talabani to distance themselves from extremism (and Al-Quaeda's influence) succeed?

    February 10, 2010 at 2:28 pm | Reply
  9. Ali Rehman

    Musharraf was and still is the voice of the common Pakistanis. I was very optimistic about our country progressing on lightning speed with the help of leader like Altaf Hussain and his party MQM. After Musharraf now only Altaf Hussain is left there holding grounds for the moderate and educate people and against the extremists and illiterates. I wish Musharraf comes back to power and save Pakistan from complete disaster.

    February 10, 2010 at 2:46 pm | Reply
  10. Dharmalingam

    Dear Musharraf,

    I consider you a sly fox. You nearly started a war with India and yet act as if you were the innocent party. All your press conferences are littered with twisted words to justify your actions. Shame on you

    February 10, 2010 at 3:24 pm | Reply
  11. sulav

    Many ( including myself) believe that you were a better diplomat than an army chief. What do you say about that?

    February 10, 2010 at 5:03 pm | Reply
  12. Jay Rehnberg

    The threat to democracy with the assassination of B.B. in Pakistan was met with her widower assuming leadership responsibilities. Recently our Secretary of State was speaking to the people of Pakistan and it struck me as the ghost of the dead admonishing the living. Do you agree?

    February 10, 2010 at 5:15 pm | Reply
  13. Syed Jafar

    Musharraf cared about one thing and one thing alone and that was his power. During his ten years of dictatorship the country suffered the worst financial loss. Pakistan's core assets such as steel mill and PTCL were sold out to foreign entities. If he wanted he could have been a true leader and setup a true democracy and not taken the country for a joy ride. Under his regime all he manged to do was to please and take care of American interest. Now he is pretending to be the good guy and wants to come back to power.

    February 10, 2010 at 5:38 pm | Reply


    February 10, 2010 at 6:32 pm | Reply

    Mr. president, do you think your country still need a firm and no nonesense president like you and do you have any plan of going back to the presidency.

    February 10, 2010 at 10:48 pm | Reply
  16. Khurram Shabbir

    I would like to ask him the difference between his slogan of accountibility in 1999 and then issuance of NRO in which he announced the GLOBAL FORGIVENESS for all the people he engaged in process of accountibility during his 8 years and spent millions of dollars, i want to know what he did in his 8 years for country energy needs, i want to know the reasons behind his cruel attack on judiciary.....

    February 10, 2010 at 11:36 pm | Reply
  17. Riz

    Was "Enlightened Moderation" really necessary?. Or, was it not a ploy to stay in power?...

    In your 10 years in power, what did you really do for the country?... you left with the same people in power that you have come in 10 years earlier with a vow to drive out.

    Are you not a complete and utter failure as a) An Armyman – Kargil b) A statesman – left the country in disarray and shambles c) A muslim – your shenanigans around enlightened moderation.

    The country surely could've done without your rushing to its aid – not that there were many other options, the army never really has allowed politics and political parties to mature, you, just took away another 10 years of that process. Shame on you.

    February 11, 2010 at 12:32 am | Reply
  18. Well Wisher

    Mr. Musaraf,you will be given one more chance to rule the country.This time cap won't be necessary,only baton will do,which shall be used from top down.Our nation hated your uniform not your personality.We love to see you back with PML(Q) or without,better if you join forces with forward block of PML(Q) and booster fuel from MQM.Most of us, educated ones, will be with you.God bless you with safety and have a safe return.

    February 11, 2010 at 1:46 am | Reply
  19. Irtaza Malik Awan

    Its sinful to abandon one's own principles. Thats what you did ultimately and that is what brought about your downfall

    February 11, 2010 at 1:48 am | Reply
  20. Munir Ahmed

    Why not return to the country and take part in active politics?

    February 11, 2010 at 2:02 am | Reply
  21. A K A

    Pakistan does not need a weak democracy with corrupt politicians what it needs is a strong visionary leader who will bring stability and guide the nation to properity and I believe Musharaf is the best option we have at this point in time.

    February 11, 2010 at 2:10 am | Reply
  22. Qudratullah

    Probably we will never have such a great leader again.

    February 11, 2010 at 2:36 am | Reply
  23. Alexander

    Why you have made deal with Benazir and waived billions of dollars through NRO to the criminals who have looted the country with both hands? If that was only to stay in power?

    Why you did not choose to punish all those who have looted the countries wealth? but you rewarded them by cleaning their past corruption?

    If Nawaz & Benazir both were corrupt then why you have made deals with both of them and why you have left the country again on their mercy?

    Altaf Husain is the killer of hundreds of innocent people, why you did not brought him to justice? Why you did not questions his assets & and instead made him the partner in your government?

    February 11, 2010 at 2:58 am | Reply
  24. Javed

    Even after 62 years, why the Governments had failed miserably in domestic policies to provide the basic infrastructure to public? Energy shortages remain a feature of everyday life. Power demand in cities has eclipsed available supply, leading to power cuts and load shedding that can last from eight to twelve hours a day. Blackouts are crippling industries and having a devastating impact on the lives of ordinary people. What steps were taken in your administration to handle this issue? Please be specific.

    February 11, 2010 at 3:52 am | Reply
  25. Borhan Uddin Ahmed

    Do you think Pakistan can follow an independent foreign policy that will not be dictated by any foreign country.

    February 11, 2010 at 4:27 am | Reply
  26. Suhaib Ahmed

    I find it a common view in Pakistan that you were a very popular figure for over 7 years. Your government had a lot of support till March 2007, i.e when you sacked the Chief Justice.

    However, the last 18 months of your rule saw a lot of turmoil. Lal Masjid, Emergency Rule, Media Ban, Bhutto's assassination... all contributed to your fall.

    1. Do you feel that, had you left power a little sooner, you would be considered a hero.? You could have returned to power in the future.

    2. Do you feel that you had the right people around you... especially in the critical end period?

    February 11, 2010 at 4:29 am | Reply
  27. Neil

    Mr. Musharraf:

    A brief preface: During your leadership and during regimes past and present it has been boldly asserted that the issue of control of Kashmir is central to the stability and future of Pakistan.

    Given that by your own admission and that of the present leaders of Pakistan half the country is not even currently in the control of the government and is semi-autonomous (read: he who has the ak-47 makes the laws) how can anyone take seriously that gaining control of yet another remote economically unproductive region would stabilize Pakistan?

    It is difficult to grasp the theory behind the claim that is so often made

    February 11, 2010 at 5:10 am | Reply
  28. Neil

    An additional question:

    The topic of nuclear contingency planning regarding Pakistan's weapons arsenal has been a topic of much debate recently.

    Putting yourself in the shoes of a US military general what course of action would you recommend if the current regime in the country were to be toppled and extremists gained control of the government and/or military?

    What options are actionable and justified in your view in such a scenario?

    February 11, 2010 at 5:16 am | Reply
  29. Levend

    He did what needed to be done and saved Pakistan from far worse position, the then prime minister was gradually dismantling the democratic systems putting in his proxies into key government positions. The only thing he couldn't do was put his buddies into the military.
    Musharraf is a good patriot and sacrificed career for the greater good of his country. How many politicians would do that. I am a non Pakistani (Turkish) so I see it from the outside.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:24 am | Reply
  30. Farhan

    I would like to ask Musharraf to just stay away from Pakistan. Several of the current problems of the country are because of him, he has already done enough damage to Pakistan. He needs to his turn is over, don't try it again.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:04 am | Reply
  31. Azeem Hasan

    Sir, i dnt want ask u question, i just want ot meet once in my life it my dream .. m die heart fan of urs

    February 11, 2010 at 7:02 am | Reply
  32. Zarrar Saeed

    I disagree to Syed Jafar's comments on the economy during Musharraf's time so i post this economic comparison between 1999, 2007 and 2008.
    Courtesy: http://presidentmusharraf.wordpress.com

    Pak Economy in 1999 was: $ 75 billion
    Pak Economy in 2007 is: $ 160 billion
    Pak Economy in 2008 is: $ 170 billion

    GDP Growth in 1999: 3.1 %
    GDP Growth in 2005: 8.4 %
    GDP Growth in 2007: 7 %
    GDP Growth in 2009: 2 %

    GDP Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in 1999: $ 270 billion
    GDP Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in 2007: $ 475.5 billion
    GDP Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in 2008: $ 504.3 billion

    GDP per Capita Income in 1999: $ 450
    GDP per Capita Income in 2007: $ 926
    GDP per Capita Income in 2008: $1085

    Pak revenue collection 1999: Rs. 305 billion
    Pak revenue collection 2007: Rs. 708 billion
    Pak revenue collection 2008: Rs. 990 billion

    Pak Foreign reserves in 1999: $ 1.96 billion
    Pak Foreign reserves in 2007: $ 16.4 billion
    Pak Foreign reserves in 2008: $ 8.89 billion
    Pak Foreign reserves in 2009: $ 14.4 billion

    Pak Exports in 1999: $ 8 billion
    Pak Exports in 2007: $ 18.5 billion
    Pak Exports in 2008: $ 19.22 billion

    Textile Exports in 1999: $ 5.5 billion
    Textile Exports in 2007: $ 11.2 billion

    KHI stock exchange 1999: $ 5 billion at 700 points
    KHI stock exchange 2007: $ 75 billion at 14,000 points
    KHI stock exchange 2008: $ 46 billion at 9,300 points and $20 billion at 4,972 points
    KHI stock exchange 2009: $ 26.5 billion at 9,000 points

    Foreign Investment in 1999: $ 301 million
    Foreign Investment in 2007: $ 8.4 billion
    Foreign Investment in 2008: $ 5.19 billion

    Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) in 1999: 1.5%
    Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) in 2005: 19.9%
    Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) in 2007: 8.6%
    Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) in 2008: 4.8%

    Debt (External Debt & Liabilities) in 1988: $ 18 billion
    Debt (External Debt & Liabilities) in 1999: $ 39 billion
    Debt (External Debt & Liabilities) in 2007: $ 40.17 billion
    Debt (External Debt & Liabilities) in 2009: $ 50.1 billion

    Debt servicing 1999: 65% of GDP
    Debt servicing 2007: 28% of GDP
    Debt servicing 2008: 27% of GDP

    Poverty level in 1999: 34%
    Poverty level in 2007: 24%

    Literacy rate in 1999: 45%
    Literacy rate in 2007: 53%

    Pak Development programs 1999: Rs. 80 billion
    Pak Development programs 2007: Rs. 520 billion
    Pak Development programs 2008: Rs. 549.7 billion

    Sources given here:http://presidentmusharraf.wordpress.com/2008/07/01/economic-comparison-1999-2007-and-beyond/

    February 11, 2010 at 7:05 am | Reply
  33. Malik fahad mansoor

    sir i just want to tell you.....that you are one of the best leader of pakistan we ever had......much better then nawaz sharif and zardari....we love u and pakistan and pakistan army....and we will do anything for pakistan and pakistan army.....*sab se pehlay pakistan*....pakistan army zindabad pakistan paindabad....

    February 11, 2010 at 7:05 am | Reply
  34. Omar Sohail


    1. In your opinion what are the possible ways by which the Pakistan Army can help to strengthen democracy ?

    2. Are the numerous army personnel appointments to positions of power in the Federal and Provincial Government during Military rule justified ?


    February 11, 2010 at 7:12 am | Reply
  35. Raja Khalid

    when u are comming back to pakistan????????

    February 11, 2010 at 7:15 am | Reply
  36. hafeez

    the current govt. regularly blaming on you for all economic crisis in Pakistn,you think that the shortage of sugar nd floor also created by your govt? and when will you cm to pakistan and start your new political party's compaign???

    February 11, 2010 at 7:19 am | Reply
  37. Asim shah

    Sir iam one among ur best fans.whatevr u did waz 4 tht time .joing of Q league waz nt foolishnes bt da political trick 2 hmslf

    February 11, 2010 at 7:19 am | Reply
  38. Asim shah

    Basicaly in politcs ,u r 2 care ov ur natn as wel as ur governmt.so mr Musharaf did rite acrdng 2 situatn

    February 11, 2010 at 7:22 am | Reply
  39. Tariq Hamid

    Mr. Misharraf

    The turning point in your reign and the Pakistan's political history was sacking of CJP Mr. Iftikhar Choudhry. What were the compelling factors if any besides your own political safety?

    February 11, 2010 at 7:26 am | Reply
  40. jahangir

    musharraf better againt the current leaders of pakistan

    February 11, 2010 at 7:28 am | Reply
  41. safia khurshid

    Dear Sir,
    I don’t have any question for you; I wish you come back as a leader of Pakistan bcz we need a strong man. I think you deserve this love & compliments.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:32 am | Reply
  42. M Shaheen

    Pakistan is worst off after Musharraf left. Just a few facts:
    1. Inflation has gone up by 50% in two years.
    2. $15 billion investment has left the country.
    3. 30% devaluation of Rs. Rs. / $ gone from Rs.60 to now over Rs. 86
    4. Stock market is down by 40%
    5. Load shedding is up.
    6. Food shortages and hoarding of sugar and wheat.

    We want you back to bring poor Pakistanis their rights.
    We want you to stand up to India as you did.
    We want you to fight the terrorists as you did.
    You even make the Muslims of India very proud. Only you talk about the Gujrat genocide of Muslims by Hindus. Only you talk about the Indian Human rights violations in Kashmir.

    You did not allow Blackwater to come into Islamabad. Now there are there in the hundreds, renting houses.

    Westerners do not understand (or understand too well) that in Pakistan Feudal Lords dictate who is elected. Unless these Feudals are removed and land reform takes place, there is no freedom of voting.

    Timing for you to comeback to Pakistan is NOT RIGHT for now. You will need at least two years to build a movement.

    I wish Musharraf the Best!

    He is and will be a Great Leader for the Pakistani middle class.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:34 am | Reply
  43. Saqib


    I know you have clarified the lies been propagated in the media so i advice you to release a whitepaper which will be posted in leading newspaper of Pakistan. Yes youngster have access to facebook and take advantage from your page info but people living in small cities or villages dont know whats going on the internet. I believe you have served Pakistan very honestly but yes sometimes honest decisions dont go well with the people specially keeping the lack of education factor and feudilism in mind.

    Thank you and come back to Pakistan asap..


    February 11, 2010 at 7:37 am | Reply
  44. Shahid

    Respected Mr. Musharraf

    When are you planning to be in Pakistan again, what are your goals and stregetic plans, will you asked MQM to help you out, Q are already with you, Awami nation party (Sheikh Rasheed) is your closest one, once 3 democretic partier will help you (MQM, Q leauge and ANP) then no body will stop you becoming president again, Advise your thoughts

    February 11, 2010 at 7:38 am | Reply
  45. Fahd Hassan

    he was the best leader Pakistan ever had, unfortunately surrounded by thugs and that infamous team of incompetent psycophants. things he did saved Pakistan from the brink of ruin. it took the present inept democracy of Pakistan 8 months to destroy the powerful economic foundation Musharraf built. within the first year of Musharraf's departure Pakistan was back into the IMF fold. his was the true democracy and a leadership whose love for Pakistan was never in doubt. i wish him well and truly hope he can get back to Pakistan as its leader. i'd advise him to choose his team out of the young Pakistanis than to go to those old guns of Pakistan's incpompetent political system.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:39 am | Reply
  46. AMMARA

    Mr. Mushraf truely speaking you are a biggggggggggggg coax-comb and rambller.you aredishonest with pakistan.i dont think so you are the star in accordance of pakistani nation you are garbage of pakistan which they throw him abroad.do you feel any shame on your work?have you any afair from Allah?you are responsible of today's pakistan situation.you are the killor of many innocent peoples.you and your fans are biggestttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt cheap,idiot,dame,and enemy og pakistan.
    simply you are bigggggggggg ulu ka patha...............kamina.............baygarit..................zalil.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:42 am | Reply
  47. safia khurshid

    I want to say one thing more that all Pakistani’s are hopeful to you, if you come back then you will have to fulfill all their desires & hopes; especially inflation and regarding jobs market.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:44 am | Reply
  48. Furqan Aziz

    1- Do you think democracy is the right way to rule Pakistan – with quarter of our population living below the poverty line, half of the population is illiterate, a common man has no access to justice & lacks basic security, a country governed by feudal/tribal lords(having a automatic election into the parliament). How can a group of people deprived of basic necessities like food,education, security, justice & even clean water can vote fairly in a system that is tailor-made to bring same faces back into the power corridor of Islamabad again & again? Is there an alternate to democracy or is there a future of Pakistan under the existing democratic system?
    2- On a lighter side, do you agree with the notion that " In democracy, some times all the fools are one the same side i.e. majority " :)?

    February 11, 2010 at 7:44 am | Reply
  49. Waqar Khan

    We really miss one of the greatest President of Pakistan and we wish he will once again come back and lead the country with courage and work for the bettermeant for people of Pakistan. We sincerly wish him all the best in his personal life and pray to almighty for his health.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:51 am | Reply
  50. Salman

    I am a big fan of Mush.....after the death of Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah we didn't see a true leader in Pakistan....but accidently when you came into power....you raised hope of the poor peoples of Pakistan....oppressed by feudals, corrupt politicians and ever-strong bureaucracy. In your fisrt televised speech you made commitments on real issues faced by the nation....but as the time progressed...you too became part of the power-circle by supporting feudals and corrupt politicians.

    What i like the most from your government is Local Government System which brought tremendous change in the lives of common peoples and witnessed historic works in Karachi and rest of the country.

    Lastly, a suggestion to you....If you have decided to came into politics (which i stongly support)....try to bring new motivated individulas from grass root level....just like Mustafa Kamal (Mayor of Karachi) and make us proud nation once again...Pakistan First

    February 11, 2010 at 7:57 am | Reply




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  52. shahzeb

    sir my question is that how far we will not be having islamic laws in our country ?

    February 11, 2010 at 7:59 am | Reply

    Mr.Musharraf,you are a great leaderPakistanis used to shout great slogans,"Musharraf Zindabad,Musharraf Zindabad"but you know why they all,went against you.went against the chief justice.that was the beginning,of your downfall,Sir.now i have three questions for you.
    1.what are those references or what is the reference.what wrong/s
    did Ch.Iftiqar did?Why it is not exposed to the nation??
    2.why did you accept the N.R.O???

    February 11, 2010 at 7:59 am | Reply
  54. Pervaiz Ahmed

    Before making any suggestions it is better to analyses the situation in our country and make our mind where we are hearing for, the situation in Pakistan is not of making progress toward economic prosperity, but to make a safe and secure Civil Society where, balance of Power is defined within the Institutions, like the current circumstances as it seems, like if the Government have don’t have two third majority in Parliament to pass any legislation then the Judiciary takes over in interpretation of the Low, where Government is no more. So we are missing the link between the institution where the boundaries of responsibility and right are to be defined not on the bases of circumstances but of future prospects of our nation.
    I am a strong believer of the person who have the guts of making prompt and appropriate decisions in making the life of the people more ease, rather then waiting for the Judgments of the Courts for everyday life issues, which is the ultimate responsibility of Democratic Government. In this regard i believe Mr. Musharaf must come back and complete its initiatives which he has started in 2001, because the mistakes of 60 cannot be corrected in 60 days, this requires determination and resources both physical and communal across the board.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:02 am | Reply
  55. HS

    Ex President Musharraf claims that when he arrived their was a surplus and no electricity was need, however i don't understand that does he not consider the fact that it was still very expensive and he should have increased the production to a level where Pakistan could offer cheaper electricity like the western countries (effects of economies of scale), where ppl have central heating and cooling systems because of cheaper electricity!!!

    February 11, 2010 at 8:02 am | Reply
  56. Fawad

    Hats off to Mr. Musharaf for his work. Every human being is capable to making mistakes but the wise person is the one who makes a mistake, learn from it, and stay away from it.

    For those who say that Mr. Musharaf's era was full of financial problems, they are totally wrong.

    A country which has been spiraling downwards for the last 60+ years, 10 years of Mr. Musharaf did change significantly ,it has slowed down that downward movement. I strongly believe if Mr. Musharaf has stayed in power or if he returns to power, the country will move in a positive direction, move counter to downward ill fated spiral.

    Here are some facts ( Courtesy of Ajj Kamran Khan Kay sath -Feb 9 2010) Below is the comparison of the price when Mr. Musharaf left to this day(so called democarcy) Span of 2 yrs from 2007-2009

    Flour 13 Rs/Kg -- now 31Rs/Kg (238% increase)
    Sugar 21Rs/Kg -- now 70 Rs/Kg (333% increase)
    Milk 32 Rs/Kg -- now 46 Rs/Kg (45% increase )
    Motorcycle 32 K Rs -- now 46K Rs (45% increase)
    Stock Market 16K points-now 9K point (What a shame)
    Phone call TX 15% - now 19.5 %
    Sales Tax 11% - now 16%
    Terror attack 1306(2007) 2586 (2009)
    US Dollar 60 Rs (was stable 5 yrs) 86Rs Now
    Eco. Growth 6.8% ---only 2% now

    I challenge anyone to deny the above facts.

    We should based our judgment based on the facts and figures and not only on loyalties.

    So my question to Mr. Mushraf, Dear Sir would you even consider returning to political power, if so, when will we see/hear the good news. The poor of the Pakistan are suffering and rich are getting richer.

    The poor of Pakistan need a voice, we need you Mr. Musharaf in some way or form. Help Pakistan ( and whats left of it)

    February 11, 2010 at 8:03 am | Reply
  57. Sharjeel

    Place com Back To Pakistan

    February 11, 2010 at 8:03 am | Reply

    Dear Musharraf,
    Everybody in the world knows that all the state affairs in Pakistan are controlled by army.You did lot of things against the wishes of then government of Sharif.I want to know,how long your army interest will be paramount than your national interest?
    i feel that most of the indian and pakistanis want to have very friendly relations with each other.But your army survives on the philosophy of hate India philosophy.Suppose Pakistan has friendly relations with India and we live like E U Nations then the importance of Pakistani army will vanish and your army does't want that.So continue ruining Pakistan. I am firm believer that both nations can live together without giving to much importance to the border.How long we will keep dividing ourselves?We have same heritage.Will some statesman take over Pakistan and do the right things to save Pakistan. Or person like you who used terrorist against India and the same terrorist are ruining Pakistan now,keep ruling Pakistan.I wish and pray that Pakistan gets some visionary leader who can show way to Pakistan and to its people.Ameen.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:16 am | Reply
  59. Jibran Lodhi

    If we go back in 2007 and see where our country was soaring in every walk of life for the first time in Paksitan history and then compare to where we are now in 2010, we would take a deep sigh and say we wish Mr Pervez Musharraf would come back again! We still believe that Mr Musharraf has been the best so far. He is an intelligent leader who has been honest and most trustworthy to his people. We want him to make a political party and to run our country admistration once again.

    Also, the people of Pakistan have realized what mistake they had done to elect such corrupt politicians who are making our lives miserable on a daily basis. The inflaction has gone up by 50% since 2007 and Pakistan is now depended on IMF once again. The safety and security of common men is also zero through out the country. On the other hand, these politicians are involved in bribes and kick backs. They know they are here for the shortest of time so they want make a most it to fill their pockets.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:20 am | Reply
  60. Adnan

    sir u were great and we need u back in power....coz current zardari and company is destroying pakistan. pls come back sir...!!

    February 11, 2010 at 8:20 am | Reply
  61. Rao Ayyoub

    As being a common Pakistani, I want to say that Musharraf is the only "Hope" for my country. I want to see him prosperous. God Almighty bless him. Jiyo Musharraf!!! Meray Leader!!! Hamesha Jeet Ke Jiyo!!!

    February 11, 2010 at 8:22 am | Reply
  62. NAQASH

    you are the best.pakistan had got alot of things in your presentandcy. really you did alot of efforts for paikistan

    February 11, 2010 at 8:26 am | Reply
  63. sana

    Sir i really like u i do understand u have made few mistakes but i dont ppl understand that u r also a human being u can also make mistake like others.any way i really want u to do something for improving the present condition of Pakistan.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:26 am | Reply
  64. wasiqa

    salaam sir & we just want u back as President of Pakistan. you deserve to be head of Pakistan. Just wanna know that when 'll u come back all youth of Pakistan dieing to see u as President again.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:27 am | Reply
  65. Musharraf Supporter

    Great Leader

    February 11, 2010 at 8:44 am | Reply
  66. abdulrauf

    If some body believe it or not after 9/11 the only country who got strength and uplift economically and militarily is pakistan and continued till President mushrraf left . A leader (unfortunately which we don't have )or a patriotic dictator can only take us forward . Now as a Pakistani what we want honorable or miserable living ?

    February 11, 2010 at 8:44 am | Reply
  67. Hammad Abbas Gardezi

    i would like to request you to make u clear about all issues and please participate in politics actively, we need you sir, here confusion is being created about you. we will bear each kind of humiliation on us but please make us clear about ur politics.


    February 11, 2010 at 8:46 am | Reply
  68. chaudary amjad

    Let us bury the past and concentrate on future. The parliamentary form of Government has failed badly in Pakistan. Mr. Musharraf should concentrate on bringing Presidential form of Government in Pakistan. He should make it a central issue in his agenda. Pakistan should be divided into ten administrative units i.e. north Sind, south sind, south Punjab, central Punjab, north punjab, Kalat and Baluchistan. hazara and frontier and Baltistan and kashmir.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:46 am | Reply
  69. Zeeshan Ahmed

    It hurts when people say that Pakistan suffered losses during Musharraf's tenure, it hurts when people say that there was no growth....

    i ask them :

    were daily life commodities were in scarce as are now?
    electricity shortage was just 1300 MW now is 3000 MW
    there were no drone attacks
    the number of bombings inside Pakistan have doubled
    we have taken millions and billions of loans

    nobody allowed him to make KALABAGH DAM which would not only result in employment vacancies but, electricity also getting cheaper in cost....

    i think you people don't have common sense or are out your mind...

    February 11, 2010 at 8:47 am | Reply
  70. Umtaha

    You a shame to an islamic state , allowing combine marathon and then justifying it as well,
    People with no faith also donot kill the animals the way you killed humans, let alone muslims, let alone your country men without judicially justified reasons
    What were and are u thinking, no world here after,no reckoning , no accountability!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
    Story tellerrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    February 11, 2010 at 8:49 am | Reply
  71. samad chaudhry

    musharaf was a good man and interested in the stability and prosperity of pakistan. he was million times better than these rougue corrupt politicians who are looting the country with both hands beside murders under their sleeves.
    his only fault was that he became poodle of george bush otherwise he might be still in power.
    i honestly believe him to be an honest pakistani.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:51 am | Reply
  72. globalblog

    My Question is
    1) Why is India Bashing a big theme in Pakistan?
    2)Militancy is deep rooted in .Pakistan and in the psyche of the people do you agree?
    3) What would you do differently if given an opportunity to take Pakistan in the correct direction?
    4)Why is misinformation propaganda so ripe in Pakistan, e.g. India has many as 21 Consulates in the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan?
    5)What would you give up for India Pakistan peace process?

    February 11, 2010 at 8:54 am | Reply
  73. Brett

    Why are you not in jail?

    February 11, 2010 at 8:55 am | Reply
  74. Aahmad Uddin Khan

    I would like to ask you, what you have learned in your tenure as a president of Pakistan and what are the mistakes that you have made? What were the pressures under which you resigned?
    Do you regret your resignation?

    February 11, 2010 at 8:57 am | Reply
  75. farooq

    Ex President of Pakistan Mr Musharaf,

    there is no question from my side, but i wo uld salute you , the way you always love pakistan(real patriotic)even when you are not in power,
    i think in our region, without any doubt you are the most important personality,,

    you are the true representative of the people of pakistan, where west thinks that pakistani people are only extremist etc,,in your period west came to know our true face, real moderate people,i think the people of pakistan really needs you,,

    February 11, 2010 at 8:57 am | Reply
  76. hassan


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  77. farhan

    salam walikum...today i am not gona talk about other politions..i just wANted to say you if you really love pakistan so please come back to pakistan.. we needs you Pakistan really need u..we are missing you please save the pakistan and save the nation from murderous..

    February 11, 2010 at 9:01 am | Reply

    Dear Pervaiz Musharraf,


    February 11, 2010 at 9:01 am | Reply
  79. arif mufti

    I sign of great leaders is to accept his/her mistake appologies and achieve greater think in life. Sir you had the biggest chance to lead Pakistan to greatest hights which it deserves to be at. If I was at your place on the second day of the sacking when it was known that security personnel has mishandled CJ I would have gone to his house publically appologies and you would have been the HERO. Sometime it does not metter if you are correct or the other party is wrong it simply metter of perception. Anyhow past is past the question is how Pakistan will get out of current mess. Any thoughts

    February 11, 2010 at 9:05 am | Reply
  80. Suleman Maniya,Göteborg,Sweden

    Being an expatriate Pakistani I believe Mr Musharraf's actionsforemost being in kickstarting the economy and bringing some semblance and pride in ordinary Pakistanis by his eloquent discourse is what Pakistanis will miss.
    It is not Musharraf's loss but of Pakistan. We need people like him in the top echelons of power who can have an opinion and stick to it rather than have the current laughing stock politicians and their dilly dallying at the afflictions affecting this country.

    I don't agree a lot on the Lawyers movement. This was a political movement and the people(read so called Lawyer) leading it didnt even have a clean image himself as well. Rather he has been accused of defending people/companies which have embezzled Billions of Rupees.

    Atleast Mr Musharraf didn't have that. And this is what scares the political parties the most which is why they don't want him back. Hence the so called accusations leveled against him. When people talk of Dr Aafia or other people who ended up as missing, we must not forget a lot of them had chequered histories and maybe Aafia is guilty. That is what amazes me. In Pakistan people are so fixated with conspiracy theories that the whole world is about to get them that one loses the point in the argument and the conversation goes on to become a tirade.
    Mr Musharraf we want you back and now with more zeal. Let you be our Ataturk!!

    February 11, 2010 at 9:08 am | Reply
  81. adnan

    plz come back

    February 11, 2010 at 9:14 am | Reply
  82. tariq

    We are waiting when you will come in Pakistan.I want to become a supporter of you.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:14 am | Reply
  83. Rana Ali

    if the time will give you the chance to do something for yor nation and your homeland then now pls chek the system on your own behalf and don't make your nation feed of dragons who didn't want to grow up our country.
    Allah nigahban

    February 11, 2010 at 9:16 am | Reply
  84. Muhammad Omer Farouq

    Dear Mr. Musharraf – (1) With regards to Pakistan's Eastern Border, what do you think the country should do to resolve the water dispute with India as this matter is gaining intensity with every passing day.
    (2) With Indian strategy for a Cold Start in case of a war, the winter weather clearing up and the Pakistan Armed Forces stratched thin due to the conflict on its Western Border, do you think India might be vying its options for for some action. Any word for the Indians?
    (3) What, in your opinion, should be Pakistan's strategy to win the war, or resolve the terrorism problem, on its Western Borders.
    (4) After all that you have done for strengthening Pakistan's economy and its integrity, how does it feel to see all of it being ruined by some people who have not even managed their own finances properly and are now running the Government.
    (5) What do you think should be done to bring true democracy to Pakistan
    By the way, for me and my family, You are THE best thing that has happened to Pakistan since Quid-e-Azam, Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah passed away in September 1948.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:17 am | Reply
  85. Tahir

    I wish him good health and comfort for rest of his life. This is for what he has done the his country.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:22 am | Reply
  86. sana

    Honourable former president
    I have inquiries about the case of Dr.Afia Sadiiqqui. Our home televeganists have created a fuss over this issue. As a woman i can understand that how much it hurts when a woman is humiliated. Sir, America who always been holding a flag for the rights of human beings. Then why they have not been asked for their cruelties. Why you are failed even asking them to stop their barbarism on innocent Muslims.What kind of ism you are lecturing here . Even you did not utter any word for the freedom of Muslims . Why sir, Please this is the right time to return the debt for your country. plz sir. plz..

    February 11, 2010 at 9:24 am | Reply
  87. shoaib wadiwalla

    if u decide to come back then u have to fulfill many pending issues...
    1. build dams
    2. solve the power crisis
    3. sort out the water issues with India
    4. clear the country of Taliban and terrorists
    5. empower the people and women
    6. close down the Madressahs and convert them into institutions of learning.
    7. bring back all the looted wealth of the corrupt politicians
    8. strengthen the judiciary the the civil society

    February 11, 2010 at 9:27 am | Reply
  88. Sarfaraz Mughal

    He is the One

    February 11, 2010 at 9:29 am | Reply
  89. Sarfaraz Mughal

    He is the Man

    February 11, 2010 at 9:29 am | Reply
  90. Wahab

    Sir, Do you have any plan to stage a comeback in Pakistani politics? What differently would you like to do this time?
    Whats your point of view regarding Imran Khan emerging as the new visionary leader in Pakistan?


    February 11, 2010 at 9:31 am | Reply
  91. Rafiuddin Shaikh

    Agree or disagree is any one's prerogative Musharraf was a better ruler than the rulers of the past, may be political Bhuttos, Mians of Lahore or Arain (Zia) & Khans (Ayyub) in uniform. Every ruler tried to befool this nation in the name of democracy and took the maximum advantage for him/herself and their kith and kins and plundered the national exchequer without the remotest thinking of welfare of the common men. Musharraf is a pragmatic visonary person of moderate mindset. In muslims, concept of democracy is yet to be realized. It's not a matter of few years that democracy could be implemented in countries where muslims are dominant. You will have to teach people and then move forward. As regards why Musharraf could not implement in his reign of nine years is simple said than done. Being head of the family you can not exercise absolute power in your own domestic affairs how could one expect from a ruler who is made controversial by the vested interests for their own benefits. All these mullas like Qazi, Munawwar and Fazlur Rehman and notorious and corrupt leaders like Nawaz, Zardari keep alluring the masses in the name of Islam and democracy for their personal vendatta. Musharraf however has the courage and capacity to face the odds. He is the only acceptable choice in sight to handle the worsening law and order and economic conditions. I have a personal liking for his person who is capable of putting the country on the right track and knows how to take these politicians and tribal leaders to task and how to face the unipolar world. I believe he will return and take the charge again to change the tide in his favour. I pray him Godspeed.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:34 am | Reply
  92. Talha

    We miss the good old days when you were leading us towards glory. I wish you had never left us but then the so called democracy had to prevail but believe me we always pay for and are currently paying the price of this so called democracy in our country. It was hard to imagine Asif Zardari as President of Pakistan but then we did not have many choices. Nawaz Shareef could have been worst for us...i wish things get better in future.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:36 am | Reply
  93. Mohsin

    Sir ,

    Is this a revenge or what ? why you put zardari on us.....

    February 11, 2010 at 9:37 am | Reply
  94. Bilal

    In Pakistan politics is a game in which every body plays for his/her own benefits. In his/her personal interest he or she some times also benefits the poor people. As a lay man i don't know much but in Musharaff's period the ordinary people of Pakistan were happy and the biggest reason that every body sleeps with his tummy full. These days the people hardly gets food only for one time. PPP Govt. is the biggest beggars amongst all and they also made the innocent people beggars by launching Benazir Income Support Program. Come on create jobs so we can live our life with dignity we don't need your money. I know i can write few hundred line more on it but i conclude that we want our basic rights and whosoever provide us we ll be a happy nation. Oh we are not a nation we are Groups and each of them consider him as a nation. "I LOVE YOU PAKISTAN" May ALLAH be with you

    February 11, 2010 at 9:38 am | Reply
  95. Adnan

    Why Mr. Musharaf is questioned for years india is occupyting kashmir no publiscide, India is wokring on cold start strategy, working with isreal pilling weapons against Pakistan financing terriost in Pakistan, stopping water for Pakistan, and than people these good people ask why you have Islamist army, why you have christan armies killing mulsims at will, why you have syndicate of all non muslim forces trying to disintegerate pakistan.

    All they want Pakistan and Pakistanis should beocme helplessly wait for the time when they will be completely surrounded and brutually killed, Iraq, Palestine, Iran, Bosnia, Afghanistan, and now Pakistan the last battle, they want to destroy and finish Pakistan, my friends from now on wards the ERa is of chinese dominance and Pakistan will never be destroyed try any thing which is left in your minds filth with evil intentions.....

    February 11, 2010 at 9:43 am | Reply
  96. Azam Ali

    Mr Musharraf,

    You are a true son of your nation. Without you Pakistan would have been in termoil. You chose the right side in the desprate times for Pakistan.

    I wish you dealth with the issue of Land Lordships better and put an end to the unfair quota system which forces best talent of Pakistan (like me) to move abroad.

    February 11, 2010 at 9:44 am | Reply
  97. Adnan

    Come back, Pakistan needs you.
    whole Pakistan want his son back
    Waiting for you man, a real source of inspiration.
    Man who was capable to do anything.
    First man who raised the slogan 'Pakistan First'
    No words to describe the grandeur of Our President, we still wish you to be our president again

    February 11, 2010 at 9:44 am | Reply
  98. Raiyan Khan

    They say democracy is the best revenge but against what? If democracy is the process of luring the salivating poor from they're straw huts to cast votes to someone they will never hear from again then we are a failed state already. What this country needs is a man with a iron fist and that is Musharraf. The biggest mistake he made was to come under political pressure and gave up his uniform. What good have we done now that we have a democratically elected government?

    February 11, 2010 at 9:44 am | Reply
  99. Faizy

    My questions is:

    Can you please confirm if Afia Siddiqui was indeed kidnapped from Karachi and handed over to Americans along with her children?

    February 11, 2010 at 9:48 am | Reply
  100. Rabeeta Warsi

    Assalam-U-alaikUm sir, i just wanted to ask, is there something we the youth can do to bring you back? though its not an easy task to run the govt. now as the present govt. is just destroying everything you built which is really disturbing for the whole nation, Sir please we want you back.. thing may not be perfect but i am sure won't be as worse as they are right now.
    Thank you

    February 11, 2010 at 9:53 am | Reply
  101. Raiyan Khan

    Any leader can improve the financial credibility of a nation by increasing the cost of living. And this exactly what the current government is doing. Musharraf who is being held guility for favoring the US in matters relating to the soverignity of the country, atleast during his predidency had the backing of the entire nation. If this is true then the same allegations should be attached to the present government for they too are doing exactly the same but with a begging bowl

    February 11, 2010 at 9:53 am | Reply
  102. hayat khan

    mr musharraf is real pakistani nationalist libral leader but over nation is lot of emotional and we not understand musharraf worth .

    February 11, 2010 at 9:55 am | Reply
  103. kumar

    dear Mr president, i hope u r in good health,as a pakistani leaving overseas my heart cries seeing the situation in my country, i think we are the most hyppocratic people in the world and most condemed because we couldnot value and see the love and patriotism you have for this nation. my heartfelt prayers are always with you and always pray that may God give you His divine protection.

    your everloving admirer

    swapan kumar.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:02 am | Reply
  104. Basim Ahmed

    Umm to the lady Shama who raised the question about Aafia Siddiqui:

    Aafia Siddiqui is a US citizen, holding a US passport. There is no way a Pakistani government can take hostage a US citizen (even if he/she is a dual national) if he/she has been asked for. And apparently, she was caught from Ghazni, Afghanistan, what was she doing there?

    Please be a little enlightened and dig for facts before you post such questions, it only shows that our nation hardly knows anything, yet can contribute such farcical statements online.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:06 am | Reply
  105. Naveed

    Dear Sir,

    I am convinced that you had a unique opportunity in the first few years of your rule to set things right, clean up the system, cleanse it of corrupt players and make radical changes to the system i.e. Presidential rule, leaving assemblies to only legislative work thus ensuring only the educated and concerned participate in elections, empower and make judiciary independent etc.... Instead you got caught up with legitimizing and lengthening your rule. You perhaps justified to yourself each of the compromises that you made. You are an intelligent man so do you with hindsight regret not going down an alternate path?

    February 11, 2010 at 10:07 am | Reply
  106. Faizan Shaikh

    Facts speak by itself... Look at them and deside:

    ERA (1999 – 2007) (2007 – 2009)

    WHEAT (ATAA) (per KG) 13 Rupees 31 Rupees

    SUGAR (per KG) 21 Rupees 70 Rupees

    MILK (Per Liter) 32 Rupees 46 Rupees

    MOTORCYCLE 53,000 Rupees 63,000 Rupees

    AIR CONDITIONER 30,000 Rupees 40,000 Rupees

    STOCK MARKET 16000 points 9000 points

    US DOLLAR $ 60 Rupees 86 Rupees

    GST 11% 16%

    TAX ON CALL 15% 19%

    PETROL (Per Liter) 54 Rupees 71 Rupees

    February 11, 2010 at 10:14 am | Reply
  107. Syed Kashif Nawaz

    I would strongly deny the allegation President Musharraf had suffered heavy financial losses to the country, people should read pages from the history back in 80s and 90s how an absolute dictatorship and two so-called democracies had ruined the country. I still remember the figures how GDP, Foreign Currency Reserves, Literacy Rate, Foreign Direct Investments, Liquidity in the Market, Exports, Per Capita Income and all other economic growth indicators were raising upward.

    I also would like to solute President Musharraf for his brave action on Kargill Issue!

    The Questions which need to be answered, is it correct you have launched a new Political Party named "Pasdar-e-Pakistan"?

    If yes then when would you back to home?


    February 11, 2010 at 10:19 am | Reply
  108. Adnan

    General sir is the best thing that happened to Pakistan after JInnah. the only leader Pakistan has got right now and only he can lead Pakistan to the doorsteps of democracy

    February 11, 2010 at 10:29 am | Reply
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  110. Faraz Durrani

    Mr. Musharraf you hv dun good job during ur rule. bt the fatal mistakes that u made to retain ur power r unforgiveable. thats y u will be hanged in LAHORE....INSHA ALLAH

    February 11, 2010 at 10:43 am | Reply
  111. ayesha

    SIR plzzzzzzzzz come back n save PAKISTAN.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:47 am | Reply
  112. Afzal Rahim Khan Yusufzai

    I was a big fan of yours till 2001. From a common man view point I summarise your 10 years as:
    You performed very well in the beginning 3 years. We the people of Pakistan could see "Change". After 9/11 and Elections your advisers gave you wrong advices. We saw the same Chaudries, Legharies and Maliks coming again. 9/11 shifted your focus towards International issues rather than National issues. NWFP was far from priorities. Now after 10 years we are facing the brunt. 7 days and 7 blasts is what we are receiving. Pakistan prospered but in "papers only". Billion of dollars aid came but went into selected pockets. Lal Masjid, Bugti killing, Emergency, Media curbs & Chaudry Iftikhar ouster were which made me dishearted. Shaukat Aziz was a puppet PM and dancing to the tunes of what was said to him. I admit some work done in the field of Higher Education, Science & Technology, Communication network but more could have been done and you could have ruled for another 10 years.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:47 am | Reply
  113. Mrs. Seema Faraz

    Dear Honorable Mr Pervaiz Musharaf,

    It was our honor that we had you as our President for so long. We gained alot as a nation in your regime.

    Also i think you would have scored more if you were a little more strict towards the corrupts, talibans, maulvi's, and the political parties. We greatly admire your stance for Lal masjid but we believe that was not enough and the root cause of these terrorist should have been removed.

    We also support your action against the Chief Justice as he is no good to anyone except the lawyers and the PML N & Tehreek Insaaf.

    We 100 % support your stance against Bugti and his terrorism.

    We wish that you should have done more to finish off the culprits from the society as we all knew they will come back once you are gone.

    We Do not want you becoming just another politician by just entering the Pakistani Politics.

    As a nation we will keep waiting for yet another Musharaf !

    February 11, 2010 at 10:48 am | Reply
  114. Safi

    Respected Sir,
    How do you see the future of Pakistan regarding the political situations and conflicts among the political parties?
    And in future do you have any plan to join any politcal party or creat your own political party?

    February 11, 2010 at 10:49 am | Reply
  115. Ch.Saqib Ahmed

    Mushraf is the man how stable the pakistan economy, and all the stratigic decision taken by him were very good which help the people of pakistan and the other neigbhour countries specailly India. However there are some decision which are not correct but I think it happens all over the world, leader take decision which may prove wrong after some time.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:50 am | Reply
  116. Dr Indiana Jones

    Dear Sir Musharraf ! Pakistani people, as you know well, have a great tolerance and can forgive anything , may that be a trivial misdemeanor or tremendous felony. I suggest you rather recommend you to "Say Sorry to the people of Pakistan for two things which induced hatred for you in their heart." i know for a elite man, like you, the most difficult thing is to say apologize as it shakes your ego but you know well its the requirement. And if not clear cut sorry , then atleast say a "Diplomatic Sorry" to the people . I assure you these people , if can forgive Nawaz then you're 700 times better than him. Please sir do it. I know you're not a "Kam-Zarf" man so you can ask this nation. My prayers with you. Come soon please.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:54 am | Reply
  117. Dr Indiana Jones

    Dear Sir Musharraf ! Pakistani people, as you know well, have a great tolerance and can forgive anything , may that be a trivial misdemeanor or tremendous felony. I suggest you rather recommend you to "Say Sorry to the people of Pakistan for two things(Lal Mosque and Lawyers Conflict) which induced hatred for you in their heart." i know for a elite man, like you, the most difficult thing is to say apologize as it shakes your ego but you know well its the requirement. And if not clear cut sorry , then atleast say a "Diplomatic Sorry" to the people . I assure you these people , if can forgive Nawaz then you're 700 times better than him. Please sir do it. I know you're not a "Kam-Zarf" man so you can ask this nation. My prayers with you. Come soon please.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:55 am | Reply
  118. Ch.Saqib Ahmed

    I would like to ask the question, To Former pres which is very much important that, wht he is not cleariflying the confusing which are in the mind of People of pakistan. like the issue of Chief justic and Nawab Bugti, and other issues regarding PML Q.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:56 am | Reply
  119. Faraz Rehman

    Dear Musharaf your regime was the best , my question is would Benazir Bhutto have dealt better in the current situation or nawaz sharif ?

    February 11, 2010 at 10:59 am | Reply
  120. J.Singh

    Dear Gen Musharraf,
    Altho U did a Kargil on India and after usurping power from democratically elected Nawaz Sharif and started as a hawkish ruler against India,the latter gave you recognition and some credibility in Pak and world-wide (ref Agra summit), You ultimately turned out to be best bet Indo-Pak relations ever had.A cease fire at borders,open ended trade even across the LOC and becoming milder towards your neigbours.Pak based militants across borders were much in check and Kashmir problem was slowly progressing towards a lasting 'settlement'.Then why did U spoil it all by letting so called 'jamhuriat' return,took self defeating 'pangha with CJ of Pak and finally give it all and run off from the country U defended as army man thru your life !

    February 11, 2010 at 11:00 am | Reply
  121. mohammad naseer uddin

    Syed Jafar,

    Well if you dont know the things and reality why you are commenting, world is well aware that during his time economic was strong and index crossed 16000 first time in the history of nation. There are many achievements which he did, he was not looking power he was looking pakistan should stable and run as strong country, he was the person who introduced IT TECHNOLOGY first time and village wise , hadood ordinance and other many things.

    He was not corrupted like you , which you are throughing your smell. do criticism but right way which people can listen.

    His popularity is now again gained and nation is waiting when salar e millat annoucing his entrance in politics.

    He is not corrupted like zardari he is not lier like nawaz , deal no deal deal but 5 years deal not 10 years at last deal.

    Make sure in near future his supporters is not sleeping they knows what he did for pakistan what he can do more for us.


    February 11, 2010 at 11:00 am | Reply
  122. Mohammad Mubin

    I would like to say that leader like pervez musharraf are needed by pakistani nation and 60% pakistanis need him back and asking for his kind services for pakistanis...

    February 11, 2010 at 11:17 am | Reply
  123. nishat

    Mr President , you were a great leader. we miss you. i dont why the west wd not leave us alone and was insistent on "democracy" ! Did they not realize that we are not ready for democracy? You made a few mistakes like the Chief Justice and mr Bugti......... But we miss you and wish you were back!

    February 11, 2010 at 11:26 am | Reply
  124. Syed Rizvi

    Dear, Musharraf, Aslamwallakium..

    I am thankfull to AHALLA, that you have been a ture leader of Pakistan, everybody knows what good you have done for this country, So I am not going to get into it. But I have a ? Why you let this so called leaders who sucking the blood of poor Pakistani"s you should have done something so they never in 100 years, could have come to Pakistan and play the same game, It sounds very mean and not so civile, you should have hang thease jockers the 10% man, This is a sad era that thease jockers are playing with the future of Pakistan...They blame USA, OR THE WEST ITS THEY OWN DOING AND THEY KNOW IT,

    February 11, 2010 at 11:33 am | Reply
  125. Mo Baba

    I think GPM steered the Country through difficult times when we were given no option after the 9/11 fiasco. Given that Pakistan is not a self sufficient State, and depends largely on foriegn aid and assistance, and was on the verge of a default, any other option suggested also sounded ludicrous. So, he did what was good for Pakistan! But eventually the show got boring and the Pakistan and the rest of the world demanded change. So, for better or for worse, we have seen now that the change has not delivered anything so far!
    More than any millitary might Pakistan needs to gain ground econimcally. Our Country's reserves are less than what the facebook guy had in his account in 2009(a relatively slow year)! Let this Government or whachyoumaycallit, complete its terms, and then let the people of Pakistan decide in a fair election what they want to do with their Country then. Until then, we should try and see some results of how the ship steers under this Govt. After all, we have been through way too many experiments, and democracy should be given a chance! The people have spoken- PS: I am not a fan of the current Govt but would like to see an elected Govt complete its term in my life time!

    February 11, 2010 at 11:39 am | Reply
  126. faraz hussain

    I believe Musharaf,s rule was best both economically and security -wise.Present Government in Pakistan has failed miserably.We may differ with Musharaf,s few policies but there in no doubt in his patriotism.I appeal to President Musharaf to please come back and form a political party.which should be based on the principles of Jinnah who wanted to see PAK as a modern,progressive and democratic state,not a theocratic state which in its own very system is a failure.we can give the example of Iran in this regard.

    February 11, 2010 at 11:42 am | Reply
  127. lubna arzoo

    musharaf is my ideal personality he is my most favourite leader un jasay koi nahin i want to see him a president because he is the best

    February 11, 2010 at 11:46 am | Reply
  128. Faizan Shaikh

    Logic is very simple if we try to understand. Democracy is not for Pakistan. In Pakistan more than 80% people are uneducated and they dont understand the strategic decisions. So these corrupted politicans give money to poor people to buy votes and after when they win in election, they give jobs to undeserving people so that they can earn back the money thru corruption. This is the cycle of Pakistan.

    Only one man came and stand in the way but unfortuantely, people of Pakistan doesnt understand the situation got themselves in trouble.

    Just check the FACTS and figure of Mr. Musharraf eara. Everything was going in right direction, but our enemies dont like this.

    Frankly, we should have Dictatorship with essence of democracy that way Mr. Musharraf was ruling until there is education is given to rest of poor 80% of the people.. After that we can have complete Democracy...

    February 11, 2010 at 11:49 am | Reply
  129. pramok

    Probably one of the most stable period or era was under President Musharraf for Pakistan which proves it not democracy but a firm hand is need to rule a country . Its high time south Asia realize the potential of a firm leadership which can make a difference to its progress and prosperity. Had USA backed him all the way, Pakistan would be on the progressive trend as Japan, S.Korea and Taiwan in its next phase -but unfortunately it was not to be as always, the west that chooses which country or economy is to succeed based on its own interests....so leaders like President Musharraf are pushed over with one cause or another and they keep the country struggling exactly where they want it !

    Hats off to you President Musharraf – possibly you are the only one who can restore Pakistan to its former condition and stability.

    Kathmandu – Nepal.

    February 11, 2010 at 12:04 pm | Reply
  130. Izhar Ali

    No Question... Just Come Back...

    February 11, 2010 at 12:06 pm | Reply
  131. Aftab Ahmed Khan


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  132. Faizy

    Mr. Ex President,

    I wonder how do you sleep with dozens of innocent's blood on your hands. Especially the little children of Jamia Hafsa (Lal Masjid, if you forgot) that you massacred cold blooded. You didn't give then a chance even to cry. Their souls must be haunting you.

    And of course hundreds and thousands of innocent civilians that died because you dragged the American's war into Pakistan just to please them so that you remain in power for an extended period of time.

    I am sure these things are going to make your life difficult, mentally and physically.

    Don't you feel any regret for these murders that you carried out?

    This is a question which 99% of Pakistani's ask and must be answered.

    I agree with Mohammad Mubin that 60% (in my opinion 99%) Pakistani's want you to come back to Pakistan – but for different reasons. They want you back so that you could be hanged for Crimes Against Humanity.

    February 11, 2010 at 12:14 pm | Reply
  133. aman

    inshallah GOD will get him back.ameeen

    February 11, 2010 at 12:18 pm | Reply
  134. Zahid

    Great Leader. We miss U and want you to come back very soon.

    February 11, 2010 at 12:45 pm | Reply
  135. Zahid

    Great Leader. We miss U and want you to come back very soon. We want your Leading role in Pakistani Politics to change the fortune of Pakistan. We also wish to have a happy country like other Nations in World. You are our hope in this respect.

    February 11, 2010 at 12:47 pm | Reply
  136. ahsan

    i love musharraf and i want too say that pakistan is needed musharraf and also for u s a and for world he is the only one who help i want him back.he will be soon .the p of pakistan .

    February 11, 2010 at 12:58 pm | Reply
  137. Sabeen Hasan

    Dear Sir,

    You are the best thing that ever happened to Pakistan. The best. Sure you made some mistakes but who does not? I don't understand what made you make a deal with Ms. Bhutto now resulting in Mr. Zardari being the president ... Mr. Zardari being the President?? Can you believe and imagine that?? Where is the army now?? We have corrupt leaders, we have bomb blasts and we have no hope. There are no jobs in the market and personally i am just sick and tired of paying taxes (i belong to salaried class). Last year government imposed taxes on rehabilitation of IDP's?? I mean c'mon?? Now it’s our responsibility too?? I don’t understand anything sir. Why did you have to resign? You understand as well as any other literate Pakistani that democracy does not work for us. It never has and it never will unless we have a huge educated class who could vote sensibly. The politicians, our illiterate Pakistani population so called select's democratically are vicious landlord who owns people's souls. They themselves have no vision, are basically illiterate and have fake degrees. Every one knows this fact except for the Westerners who want to apply their ideals of democracy on us. They don’t know anything. They don’t know jack. In a country where only 0.5 % population is only categorized as having university degrees how can Westerners possibly assume that we can elect sensibly and that democracy can work. Democracy does not work for us especially the kind which allows a known criminal to become our President. How could you let this happen? How could you not think about us before resigning? I am sick and tired of paying additional taxes so that our politicians can afford nice bank balances, nice cars, nice bungalows where as we get nothing. I am sick an tired of paying for the landlords who own most of the agriculture lands but never pay taxes and they will also never be made to pay taxes because they are the ones making the laws. No one can our pain. No one. No one understands what we go through after looking at the dead bodies on television after every blast. No one understands the pain we go through when our friends in foreign countries refuse to come to Pakistan because of what is happening in the country. There is no ray of hope and there is no way out. I have no complaints pertaining to your regime… none whatsoever. Our GDP grew, our stock market flourished, we had foreign investment, property market blossomed, there were jobs and media was freed. But you should have fought for us. You should have.

    February 11, 2010 at 1:13 pm | Reply
  138. ahsan

    best od best

    February 11, 2010 at 1:15 pm | Reply
  139. Nasim Ijaz

    I salute my leader, Mr. Pervez Musharraf. So hue & cry against him, yet he was the best of best. "Democracy" in Pakistan is just the shield for our corrupt politicians alone. An what about the people of Pakistan? Rubbish.

    February 11, 2010 at 1:16 pm | Reply
  140. Aniqa Sultan


    when are you coming back and will you form a party? i would like to volunteer to work for you free of charge.... You were the best thing that happened to Pakistan. Democracy has done nothing but to let the looters have free hand in corruption and making honest person life miserable!! Please give us a vision and come back!

    February 11, 2010 at 1:23 pm | Reply
  141. Faisal rizvi

    Just to say your time was a good time and i accept that you are better then others ... but still one question turning in my mind ....
    you were the chief of Army + the chief executive of pakistan ... and i hope you had controll also the Army & pakistan ... if its true then how the all deadly weapons came in red mosque in the capital which is not far from all the sensitive Headquarters .... I think you can explain it ..... please ,take it serious....
    have a nice day ..

    February 11, 2010 at 1:26 pm | Reply

    Hi Sir !

    Sir G ma toh ya janta ho Jo GOVT ma ha wo BOra JO BAhar
    WO ACHA KYN K KOI B AYE HUM COMPLAINS KARNA SA THAK TA NI ha wasa hamara haq b banta ha lakin hum kabi khud b kuch ni karta ya soch kar k hamari sona ga kon ! app bataow being a pakistani hum aisa kia kara jis sa humarA WORLD PAKISTAN bhatari ka rasta par chal saka or peace ful ban saka hamara mulk !
    hum wo log ha jo gali kocha ma rahta ha jis k ghar ma b koi ni sunta lakin hum apni awaaz pori DUNIYA ko sona na chata ha app batow kia kara sum ko phor da ya is bori DUNIYA KO chor da !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    February 11, 2010 at 1:29 pm | Reply
  143. Muna Aftab

    HE has the skills.. He has the nation! but what he couldnt find is support of his own men!! Now lets support him WE WANT MUSHARRAF BACK!!!

    February 11, 2010 at 1:35 pm | Reply
  144. syed waqar bukhari

    sir .

    is it possible u come back again...

    February 11, 2010 at 1:38 pm | Reply
  145. ali.aamania@gmail.com

    Our dear leader General Pervaiz Musharaf
    as you have been declared the best leader by the whole world so we the Pakistanies need very imensely a leader like you to come back to Pakistan and serve the nation. we all Pakistani have a great love for you.

    Arshad Ali

    February 11, 2010 at 1:38 pm | Reply
  146. syed waqar bukhari

    sir we r waiting
    bz economical condition of the country going towards resation.....

    February 11, 2010 at 1:41 pm | Reply
  147. syed waqar bukhari

    so come back as soon as ossible...

    February 11, 2010 at 1:41 pm | Reply
  148. Ali Zaidi

    Dear Sir,

    We are desperate to welcome you,

    we are desperate to volunteer for you.... whatever you ask us to do, we'll sacrifice anything for you.
    You are the only hope for a bright and peaceful Pakistani future.

    Don't worry about the retards of terrorist Jamat-e-Islami, PTI and PML-N.
    Common man in Pakistan is realizing your importance with the failure of PPP as ruling party and PML-N as rubber stamp opposition with none of them raising voice on Public issues.

    February 11, 2010 at 1:50 pm | Reply
  149. Naeem ahmed

    Dear Musharaf,

    as do many people would have asked about it, you made a mistake, you should have not accomodated zardari altleast in any way to get into pakistani politics.

    it is shameful and pathetic for every sensible and educated people of pakistan, when called and somewhere written President Zardari..

    pakistan contains majority of public which is innocent, illiterate, and extremely stupid(sorry to say), democracy, what is meaning of democracy, no one knows(if today in some moments if public knows the real meaning of democracy believe or not people of current government will be slauhtered by the public). so every time exteremly bad politicians(by the way politics is not the game of reasonable and capable people in pakistan).

    in todays government every capable and learned indiviual is away from country and no contribution from our well educated and learned people like attah ur rehman and so many, which are really an asset of pakistan.
    so comeback, pakistan needs people like you.


    February 11, 2010 at 1:56 pm | Reply
  150. sami abu ismail

    Pakistan and India got their indepence in 1947 and started their sovereign road at the same time. India is now a de-facto superpower
    vowed and respected, with a proud population despite apparent disparity and indemic pouvrety . Pakistan is a beggar nation, and unstable country with anything but legitimate governments at the service of the West, US in particular. Most of the so called global fight of terrorism started by the US is done by local despotic regimes such as the Musharraf and similar around the world. Pakistan had delivered most of the prisoners of Guantanamo Bay infamous prison and other prisons around the world where unhumane acts were perpetuated. One day, US and Western historians would rewrite history and would uncover how actions below norms and equivalent to
    genocides and humane atrocities were committed on the name of the great US, and Western nations and their peoles.
    Unfortunately, the US policy makers and successive administrations
    easily associate themelves with dictators and illegitimate regimes
    by shortsigntness and immediate policy gains. Peoples of the poor countries invaded by Western armies and subjected to the double
    oppressions of local dictators and their western masters have paid heavy prices and endured an immaginable hardships.
    It is never too late for courageous and lucid western politicians to stop the carnage and the supidity of the policies of guns and oppressions
    of those far away innocent peoples. Musharef and many before and after him are only poor pawns used and discarded for the needs of
    new imerialistic policies.

    February 11, 2010 at 1:59 pm | Reply
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  152. Qaisar Hasan Lahore

    Aoa Mr. President Musharaff

    Any rational and unbiased person would not only admire but also wish you to come back to the same position.
    The wisdom, courage & passion God has gifted you is infrequent.
    Yes there were quite a few things that should have been handled different way but our faith is that only Almighty has the perfection & error free.
    Today, suffering of common man is worst than ever......Country's current situation is a real slap on to the claimers & of democracy and justice and now they have no way out of it. People are in a state of constant torture as nothing good is expected from bluffers….

    May God Bless Pakistan
    May God Bless You


    February 11, 2010 at 2:01 pm | Reply
  153. Zain

    salam, sir how r u .i have to ask u a question .dear sir we all need u in pakistan coz the present govt is not fully prepared to met with the satuain we all r facin Sir ur the true leader of the country after a long time we have got such a good leder plese come back to pakitn we all will support u inshalh best of luck

    February 11, 2010 at 2:15 pm | Reply
  154. ahad khan

    Our dear leader General Pervaiz Musharaf
    as you have been declared the best leader by the whole world so we the Pakistanies need very imensely a leader like you to come back to Pakistan and serve the nation. we all Pakistani have a great love for you.

    Ahad khan
    no mans land

    February 11, 2010 at 2:15 pm | Reply
  155. sada hussain rizvi

    Sir, life is only for once, when your Pakistan needs YOU, u are away. Please come back, because you always believed in PAKISTAN FIRST God be with you...

    February 11, 2010 at 2:18 pm | Reply
  156. AB Khan

    i hope he comes back soon..Musharraf's Pakistan did have true potential..i thnk the people who say tht Musharraf ruined the country are probably pretty happy right now when 75% of pakistan's industry is shut down and we face gas shutdowns two days a week + we also have the worst power crisis.Before u say something,just take a look at the facts people

    February 11, 2010 at 2:18 pm | Reply
  157. Kanwal Aftab

    You always impress me you are clear as water.We all love you.Pls take over again.My best wishes for his highness to proceed in this game of politics to improve the present of our nation so as the political arena.

    No one have the B***s to impeach him.
    He was, is and shall be our leader forever. INSHA ALLAH
    Right here waiting to support and follow.

    February 11, 2010 at 2:24 pm | Reply
  158. Syed Ali

    When u gonna lead Pakistan again?

    February 11, 2010 at 2:43 pm | Reply
  159. Alia

    please SIr come back to pakistan....!!!!
    we need you....
    God Bless you.. 🙂

    February 11, 2010 at 2:44 pm | Reply
  160. Hussain

    Sir aslam walikum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Sir how we can stop terrorisum in Pakistan and plz come back pakitan we need u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    February 11, 2010 at 3:09 pm | Reply
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  165. Shams Z.Abbas

    An outstanding leader .Pres Musharraf despite the NRO ,one of the most controversial of his decisions ,stands head and shoulders above the trash of politicians now in power.One of them is universally known as Mr ten percent but because of Benazir sympathy vote became the pres.
    Nawaz sharif is presently supporting him.what an irony,he is the one who got him labelled as the most corrupt person in Pak.It is a different matter that Nawaz was involved in the ordering /diversion of Pres Musharraf's plane endangering the lives of hundreds of passengers.The pro Nawaz judges acquitted him because Nawaz helped their restoration.This will remain a tregedy of Pak Justice system.Meanwhile best wishes to Pres Musharraf and prayers.

    February 11, 2010 at 3:35 pm | Reply
  166. Moiz

    Assalam-o-Alaikum....sir we don't want any controversy and and any reason...but you should alteast comeback...and start to think about the progress of the nation.. u were the best and only the honest President and Leader of Pakistan....GOD Bless U...

    February 11, 2010 at 3:39 pm | Reply
  167. Imran

    No doubt pakistan has progressed during your tenure, but few mistakes you have done which might be dealt with different ways like chief justice case, lal masjid etc, but a part from that you were better from our current politician and what i like of you is you defend very well for our country in every manner, you were the only one who can answer india darely, i think you should come back explain your mistakes to people , you havent done that much mistakes which our past politician has done, so come back and believe in your courage. Pakistan army needs you and pakistan people need you as well. Good luck and God bless you.

    February 11, 2010 at 4:16 pm | Reply
  168. midhat

    Mr. Musharaf.
    You were one of the most patriotic leaders our country has seen in many years! Just one question that disturbs your fans like me: WHAT ABOUT DR AAFIA SIDDIQUE??

    February 11, 2010 at 4:35 pm | Reply
  169. Tubi

    Mr Musharaf,
    I would like to ask you what sort of good wishes you have sent to that present government(if there is any)?
    Do you think country in such people is ........?
    I hope you have understood
    I always agree Pakistan comes First....

    February 11, 2010 at 4:36 pm | Reply
  170. abid khan

    perviz musharaf was great leader but i dont undestand y our people throw him out and brings president who is the most correupt person in history of our country

    perviz musharaf zinda baad

    February 11, 2010 at 4:48 pm | Reply
  171. Sarosh

    Please come back again.!!! we miss you

    February 11, 2010 at 5:03 pm | Reply
  172. Khan

    He was one of the best person Pakistan had as a leader... too bad we lost him just cause of few feudal and those with wasted interests.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:15 pm | Reply
  173. Mehdi

    Hello Mr. President,

    You are one of my favourite personality. I always discuss and support your idea of enlighten and moderation with my friends.

    My question is to you that USA is fighting near a decade in Afghanistan and Pakistan is also fighting against the terrorism and extremism, why they (Pak and USA) are not successing in this war.
    Is there any sign that both these countries are not serious to end the war?
    Or USA wish to control CHINA because CHINA is going to become almost super power.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:16 pm | Reply
  174. Dr. Mohammad Ilyas

    When will you come back? We need you, the country needs you. Make your own political party.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:42 pm | Reply
  175. mohammad

    Dear Musharraf,
    Please involve some good brains from Pakistan o promote your figure particularly in the media. All the best of luck, I wish you would come back to pakistan as soon as possible and help us to get rid of those corrupt politicians, we are tired of them.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:42 pm | Reply
  176. rahim

    he is the best for our country. long live musharraf.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:45 pm | Reply
  177. Spartacus

    East Or West Musharraf is the Best For Pakistan.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:52 pm | Reply
  178. M.Amer Butt

    We love our president ......He gave strong footings to the country,s economy since it came into being.People of pakistan love him for his strong will to secure pakistan from the threats of India.

    February 11, 2010 at 5:53 pm | Reply
  179. Mutahir

    How to handle the present situation in pakistan, as things are going really bad right now..............please comment......

    February 11, 2010 at 5:53 pm | Reply
  180. Rashid

    teray janay ki baad teri yaad aaye

    February 11, 2010 at 6:06 pm | Reply
  181. mohammad imran

    We need you. pls come back

    February 11, 2010 at 6:07 pm | Reply
  182. Ali Akash

    We all love General Musharraf.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:12 pm | Reply
  183. Ahsan

    Dear Musharraf sb
    Pls comment on increasing oil prices and increase in dollar price as compared from 2007 afterwards

    February 11, 2010 at 6:16 pm | Reply
  184. Altaf Hashmi

    Salam Sir ..

    We just want You Back ,., To pakistan in Power .. You were the only one who did all thr gud works for nation GOD BLESS YOU,.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:20 pm | Reply
  185. komaill naqvi

    sir.......save us please............i came to usa for holidays n dont wana go back cuz i feel safe here..........please sir.........here i m representing the mental situation n lack of sense of security of many people..................
    save us
    god bless u............

    February 11, 2010 at 6:38 pm | Reply

    Mr Commando,
    how r u now and where is ur MUKKA.
    u and only u r responsible for physical mental spirtiual sexual torture with Dr Aafia.
    One day one day u must have 2 pay for it.
    A Brother

    February 11, 2010 at 6:39 pm | Reply
  187. Safiuddin

    We really missing Pervez Musharraf in Pakistan and want him back to rule us again and get us rid from this fake democracy.
    Pakistan has gone back 20 years economically and politically in just 2 years (since he left us)

    February 11, 2010 at 6:42 pm | Reply
  188. Shaikh Imran

    Mr. Pervaiz Musharraf is a greatest Leader of Pakistan, same as like Altaf Hussain.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:46 pm | Reply
  189. Aftab

    love u sir ur great

    February 11, 2010 at 6:48 pm | Reply
  190. khalid siddiqui

    sir i think whatever is happening in pakistan is enough i request you please come back and take control . ...You are still my brave solder.

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  192. Respectfully

    Dear Sir,
    Since you left, Pakistan has been in turmoil with daily blasts and bloodshed and Pakistan has become a game for the evil.
    You left at a very critical and delicate time – Pakistan needed stability and you were that stabilizing President-caretaker, leading the nation. You left very prematurely and that proved disasterous.
    Now more than ever, most sensible Pakistanis know that you will bring a very mature and sincere leadership to Pakistan. You probably should form a joint partnership with a couple of other parties namely with Imran Khan's party and possibly with MQM in oder to create a successful democracy for the Pakistani Nation.
    Good Luck and God Bless you.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:12 pm | Reply
  193. Salman Siddiqui

    sir pl z help Pakistan

    February 11, 2010 at 7:34 pm | Reply
  194. Shiraz Riaz

    First of all i did not surprise to hear the news about the President of Pakistan Pervz Musharff Popularity, because he is ever green leader in the pakistan and as well as the all over world, pakistan are facing the criticall crisis in the history of pakistan since Mr. Mushaff's resign. there soo many pakistani people loves Presedent Musharff. yes i still believe that that MR. Musharff Sahab Will take over the charge again the paksitan INSH ALLAH. GOD BLESS HIM. we all love you SIR. we all hate PPP, PML(N),PTI, ANP< JAMAT ISLAMI etc.. but we love you sir. come and RULE the country.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:36 pm | Reply
  195. Asghar Naqui.

    Salute to you, Mr. President. Thanks for guiding us and taking crucial decisions in the best interest of Pakistan.

    Best regards,
    – Syed Asghar Naqvi.

    February 11, 2010 at 7:40 pm | Reply
  196. Imran Anwar Rahim

    i just want to say you are the best we ever had in our military and politics, no matter what blunders you made, you were far better than all the greedy politicians of Pakistan. Hats off to u Sir 🙂

    February 11, 2010 at 8:04 pm | Reply
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  198. KHAN

    only u can handle this thief Zardari.......................in my view only the person who is able to control the country Pakistan that's u.

    February 11, 2010 at 8:31 pm | Reply
  199. Murtaza

    Respected Sir,
    Like others even i truely believe that u were the best leader Pakistan could have got but on the other hand i also think that u did make some mistakes.But it is quite evident that those were not in your intrest and you did it in the best interest of the country. i just want to ask you some simple questions which most of the supporters like me would want to know.

    1)Didnt you known at the time of resignation that soon Mr zardari would be the president of Pakistan?
    2)When dealing with benazir bhutto and signing NRO why didnt you take precautionary measures for something which happened to her?
    3)When do you intend to return and save the country yet again:)

    your reply will be highly appreciated. I am a 20 year old and in your tenure i got my faith back in my country but these people are taking it away. most of my friends have left Pakistan and gone abroad with an intention of never to come back and if an angel like you doesnt come back i will be leaving soon as well. do something as you know you can. Regards

    February 11, 2010 at 8:39 pm | Reply
  200. sahabzada ahmed khusro umer

    dear sir
    why was pakistan rangers taken away from police service of pakistan . the government should rather focus on building the civil armed forces like frontier constabulary under the command of PSP officers instead the forces are being taken away frm them . in ur tenure what did u do for the police service of pakistan .

    February 11, 2010 at 8:41 pm | Reply

    Dear Mr. Musharraf,

    You can see majority of the people who made comments here are just asking you to come back and save Pakistan so please proceed, do not waste time because due to the policies for filling the pockets of Zardari & Co Pakistan is getting in deep & deep trouble. So just we all are looking at you.

    secondly I would like to request the people even if they are commenting against Musharraf should not do loose talk, just be nice and say whatsoever you want to say.

    Thirdly as a Chairman of Allama Mashriqi Memorial Foundation, even its a NGO, I assure you our full support for your struggle for saving Pakistan from these looters.

    Allah May Bless upon you & our Pakistan, Aameen

    February 11, 2010 at 8:57 pm | Reply
  202. hina naseem

    parvez musharraf is very great leader me and my family like so much

    February 11, 2010 at 9:04 pm | Reply
  203. True Pakistani

    Dear Sir,

    I consider you as a Pakistani Patriot but I can not understand why did you sign on NRO which resulted in bringing into power the most corrupt Presitdent (Zardari) in all Islamic history. You can find a single person in whole islamic history of rulers as corrupt and worst person as Zardari.

    How could you do this to Pakistan???

    February 11, 2010 at 9:28 pm | Reply
  204. True Pakistani

    Dear Sir,

    I consider you as a Pakistani Patriot but I can not understand why did you sign on NRO which resulted in bringing into power the most corrupt Presitdent (Zardari) in all Islamic history. You can not find a single person in whole islamic history of rulers as corrupt and worst person as Zardari.

    How could you do this to Pakistan???

    February 11, 2010 at 9:30 pm | Reply
  205. azeem

    Sir Musharraf !

    You are the best leader our Pakistan has seen after Quid and Ayub khaan. You must come back to nation otherwise these stupid politians will eat our Pakistan economy like what they are doing. I wish and pray for your good health.

    I fully support you always by and large because I have a belive on your.

    Best Wishes,

    Azeem Umar

    February 11, 2010 at 9:33 pm | Reply
  206. qureshi

    well i want to ask that y u allowed to nawaz and BB back to country? they r doing what? can u explain this situation where is Pakistan?

    February 11, 2010 at 9:38 pm | Reply
  207. Fuad Nehal

    Sir ,u were the best of the lot of the leaders Pakistan had. 1) About Power sector i have read your answer about it and beileive it but why despite haven surplus power in the late 90s Pakistan had load shedding so why the network or the old suppy lines like old wires etx were not replaced complety.Pak miss u vv much v want u to return to Power soon

    February 11, 2010 at 9:46 pm | Reply
  208. G. Murtaza

    I dont know what to say but one thing I know that Pakistan need people like you.... like Mustafa Kamal........ Hope that you will be Home soon and will serve for Pakistan........ and obviously we will be with you.......

    February 11, 2010 at 9:48 pm | Reply
  209. True Pakistani

    Pakistan Supreme court has announced the decision that NRO ordinace is null and void. The stupid prime minister of Pakistan gilani and stupid nawaz Shareef helping the Corrupt leader and worst person of entire muslim history (Zardari) and not implementing the court decision to open the corruption cases against Zaradari.

    I WISH...... Supreme court ask Pakistan Army to get rid of this Zardari Mafia and Pakistan Army should appoint Mr. Pervaiz Musharaf as the President of Pakistan for the life time.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:03 pm | Reply
  210. J

    You're the best, dude!

    February 11, 2010 at 10:11 pm | Reply
  211. Tariq Hassan

    I would like to ask Gen. Musharraf , whether he is aware that leaving aside the agriculture sector there will be scarcity of potable water in the country in the coming 5 years. A water reservoir takes at least 10 years to construct and he ruled over 8 years and in spite of having excellent minds in his team who could manipulate the stock market in no time what did he do in water and power sectors when neighboring countries were busy making 200 to 2000 Dams during this time . Not a single watt was added to the national grid and no effort was made to renew the electric transmission lines or the power distribution system which eats up half of the generated capacity in line losses. The country could face famine due to your criminal negligence for which a two years old government which was also selfishly installed by you to have a safe passage cannot be blamed.

    February 11, 2010 at 10:19 pm | Reply
  212. Zaidi Qasim

    I won't call your Sir Because I do not know if this title is given to you by pleasing your masters.I remember in one of the interviews you said that you waited like a commando in hidding and waitd for your turn to assault.Are you licking your wounds now, waiting for another assault on your own nation ? Like the one you did in 1990 ?

    February 11, 2010 at 10:32 pm | Reply
  213. Shahzad

    @Energize, well said; 'sharia', but would u elaborate is it Qazi hussain's Sharia, or Mulla Muftis' or better still, mullah 'xyz's, sharia... i know i know what ur going to say. but the day get these political sharia's to pray behind one imam, i and ur partner.

    Ignorance is blessing for the kinds of u, Sharia is a decent life, why the idiot's dont get it. its not the mullaism of pre islamic erra.

    my advise 'iqra', read, ignorence is not islam.


    February 11, 2010 at 11:50 pm | Reply
  214. Tahir Zuberi

    Its of no use coming back as President because you will again try to save your presidency from other groups. That's what you had been doing during your tenure, which we had experience while you were in office.

    Please respond


    February 12, 2010 at 12:02 am | Reply
  215. Tariq M. Satti

    Mr. General Sir !!!

    I wish you all the best and waiting to recieve you at Islamabad International Airport very soon. May Allah bless Pakistan !

    February 12, 2010 at 12:24 am | Reply
  216. Ovais

    I just want to understand that what is going on in our country and who is going to correct it ... you had been a great learder and you are gone as well...will we ever see our country getting back in shape ???

    February 12, 2010 at 2:19 am | Reply
  217. Adeem Syed

    I just wanted to ask to about Dr. Aafia Siddiqui case. Please make it short. Do you think that she was involved in Al-Qaida directly?

    February 12, 2010 at 2:59 am | Reply
  218. mohd shoaib afridi

    ya we had one of intilligent president in our history.ist three years of his government were wonderful till 9/11.it was his bad luck when 9/11 done cos he came n pressure of american government.all of his policies were infever of people of pakistan n ist three years.GDP growth/Foriegn investment/Banking/Roads/Education/all these things become better n better.failure of the presindent pure team of advisors.it was also bad luck of our nice presindent.The last reason was Black law NRO.what we r facing today its cos of my favourite person pervaiz musharaf that we have the most crupt government of our country history.v bad presindent y u did this with ur annocent fans...

    February 12, 2010 at 3:07 am | Reply
  219. minhaj

    I will would like to know & you commnets
    " whats the biggest mistake you made or name few of mistakes which you made during your rule? If you get a chance again from where you would like to take a start. whats your comments on media and people who use to be your supporter when you were in power. When you hear them talking against you and your policies now. What sort lesson you have
    learned ? Wish you good luck in future plans.

    February 12, 2010 at 3:14 am | Reply
  220. Omar sharif

    I did anticipate all that because i knew that this man has the sincere intentions to put the country bck on the track, all the politicians are corrupt and are only united when someone really comes forward to fix the mess they created , Now after we have lost him , people have started to realize the mistake we made . it is totally dark no direction everyone is sold out , the whole country had been buyig ATTA at 165 per 20kg for seven years or more ,Rs22 was Sugar price small business were booming along with GIGA bsinessmen.He threw the Scum out of the country . And i wonder what people expected from a single man . I praise him like anything and would be lucky if i get a chance to met him oly to praise so that such people should know how they are loved . My salutes to Dear Pervez Musharraf. Saying anything else is in vain , it is late now..... Omar

    February 12, 2010 at 3:56 am | Reply
  221. Javaid Khan

    I like Parvaiz Musharrf very much he was the great leader of pakistan. but i don't know why the media and judiciary against him. i want Musharraf to back to pakistan and serve our country.i think Musharraf is most better than these feudles. like Sharif bros and some ohters.
    i like Musharraf

    February 12, 2010 at 4:06 am | Reply
  222. Imran

    i am totally confused regarding your status......

    February 12, 2010 at 4:34 am | Reply
  223. Ahmad Riaz Hameed

    I like to ask a question with Mr.Musharraf former President of Pakistan that after staying almost 9 years in power what the biggest mistake done by him or by his government & what vision he has now for the nation & how he can play his roll in politics.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:43 am | Reply
  224. Sheikh Mohammad Nehad

    It is a blessing that Pakistan has still a few leaders like Altaf Hussain & Pervaiz Musharraf who believe in the absolute progress of Pakistan.

    Commenting on the former President, I would definitely praise his noble dedication which he provided in making the country strong with regards to International market.

    I will Strongly appreciate his come back in Pakistani Politics, as he was the one who took Pakistan from ground zero to be known in the rest of the world.

    My best wishes will always serve him.

    Thank You.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:48 am | Reply
  225. N Pervez

    Dear President Musharraf

    1. How are you and your family doing?
    2. How do we in Pakistan, who support you and your Ideas mobilize together to assist you in putting the economy of the country back on track?

    Finally a tiny part of the silent majority speaks 🙂

    May Allah Bless You and your Family... YOU ROCK !!!

    February 12, 2010 at 4:56 am | Reply

    PARVEZ MUSHARRAF was a thorough gentleman who was the first person in Pakistan history to challenge the authority of war lord AKBER BUGTI who was challenging state authority every time with most sophisticated weapons and will be remember in the history of Pakistan to liberate media after 55 years and shattered the monopoly of ugly looter politicians who cannot now hide their lootmar ,scandals kharidofarokht of high officials and organizations and this is the first step towards revolution and beginning of new Pakistan and due to this the so called popular leaders like NAWAZ SHARIF and IMRAN KHAN are afraid to go in poll

    February 12, 2010 at 5:01 am | Reply

    i m ur biggest fan of yours not from ur personality ,coz of ur decisions and leadership qualities.i pray u come back nd give me a chance to meet with u.its an hope which i believe it happened soon by the Grace of GOD.TC

    February 12, 2010 at 5:22 am | Reply
  228. kosar

    Dear president,
    Initially u were doinbg well and i am fond of your development actvities ..their was hope...now we are hopeless and it happend due to your decision..please save our country from these ppl..wana get rid of them n u can come and just foloow ur good practice in favor of country and nation we need a good leader.

    February 12, 2010 at 5:26 am | Reply
  229. nasir uddin chitrali

    Dear Sir,
    You are the best and brave leader ever in the history of pakistan and we really respect and solute to all ur decisions u made during ur tenure. when you was ruling the nation there was a love for the country in the heart of every pakistani and every body was saying pakistan come first ..but now its totally opposite every body is looting the country becuase our president is the world's no.1 currupt person.
    So plz mr president i and my family still believe you our president coz u did alot for this country and for chitral..we love you mr president. we are financially very poor nation just because of these ppp and PML leaders but our hearts and soul are very rich .please come back ...we can make any sacrifice for you and your family come back and give us a chance as u did alot for this country and us now we will do it for you...Nasir uddin chitrali

    February 12, 2010 at 5:36 am | Reply
  230. Waqa

    Musharaf takes off well back in 1999 but end up badly in 2008. As far as branding on fb is concerned, not a bad idea at all. Obama did use the technology as a premium tool for his marketing. Coming to the point of development in his era, can clearly be gauged in comparison with current developments (which badly hurts) in last 2 years. Nobody is bothered about public......

    February 12, 2010 at 5:40 am | Reply
  231. khan

    sir this time Pakistan need you spatioaly Pakistan people need you

    Allah give you a chance for come back as soon as. we are waiting for come back. Amin

    February 12, 2010 at 5:47 am | Reply
  232. Tauheed Syed

    Mr.Musharraf was Indeed and is the Saviour of Pakistan,he was removed from power as a part of the greater Anti Pakistan plan concieved by the enemies of but we the Patriotic Pakistanis will bring this great leader back on the helm of affairs of Pakistan and will very soon get rid of corrupt leaders like Zardari's and Sharif's.

    Pakistan Zindabad

    Musharraf Zindabad

    February 12, 2010 at 5:48 am | Reply
  233. Jamal nasir Khan

    Sir, my question to you is that when will you decide to enter politics and expose the lies of Mr. Nawaz Sharif? In my opinion the most dirty games in politics are being played by the N-League. We need some one who can stand up to this politics of personal interests. Also I would like to know your opinion on Pakistan's role in the region especially once the American's go?

    February 12, 2010 at 5:52 am | Reply
  234. Syed Abdul Samad Razvi

    I will say what Mr.Cowajee said: Mr. Musharraf you are the best of the worst lot". This is a fact. Do take care of your self and Pakistan always need leaders like you.

    February 12, 2010 at 5:54 am | Reply
  235. M. Fiaz Hussain

    At this time of turmoil,Only leader like u cane save pakistan

    February 12, 2010 at 5:55 am | Reply
  236. SJ.Ali

    Dear Sir, Just a simple question, instead of probing into corruption charges why can't we as a nation agree upon charging the culprits with the tax evasion. I once saw a movie based on a true story where Al Copone(Gangster) was put to task on the same grounds, Everyone should be investigated on the basis of income against expense and justify/establish their source, will surely help and save time.

    February 12, 2010 at 5:57 am | Reply

    i just want to say you are the best we ever had in our military and politics, no matter what blunders you made, you were far better than all the greedy politicians of Pakistan

    February 12, 2010 at 6:04 am | Reply
  238. vk

    Dear Sir.
    I like u so much and intend to see u back as leader of our beloved nation.i truly appreciate ur steps and decisions taken in crutial situations at the time of presidency EXCEPT 1.. that is LAL MOSQUE..

    I do accept that they were terrorist and explaining islam and jihad wrongly, infact they were ruining the image of Islam and our beloved nation..
    my question is that there were innocents also who even dont know what they were doing,,,they were just following their elders because of illetracy..in this case u didnt have any othere way to catch those terrorist as well as saving inoccents life???

    Please answer me SIR..because i want this issue to be cleared in my mind,,so that it will be more easier for me to slute you...because i think my hero cant be a killer of innocents. I believe u and hope u will give me a convencing answer.
    thanks alot sir.
    Thirsty for ur reply

    February 12, 2010 at 6:08 am | Reply
  239. Wahab

    I consider you good for the country due to the following reasons;
    1. You discuss every problem openly while taking the whole nation in loop.
    2. Corruption was reletively lower in your time.
    3. Any thing against the solidarity and integrity of the country should not be tolerated.
    4. Smaller evil is better then a bigger evil. 🙂

    February 12, 2010 at 6:13 am | Reply
  240. Syed

    He Was a great person! as he did put our country in top in the worlds! and make the poor peoples stabled, he did 1 or 2 things wrong that he should not do, but what i believe is that the ML-Q group force him to get done those things and he was not responsible for that things. I wish he come back and safe our country...

    February 12, 2010 at 6:14 am | Reply
  241. Syed Nayyar Uddin Ahmad

    1. Now what is the use of reading books of brave Generals like Napolean. Please tell us Sir. Why you always chickned out during your golden era?
    2. Mr. Pervaiz Musharraf, why you removed the fear and respect of NUCLEAR Pakistan from the foreign countries. Why you used …to receive calls from their very junior staff. Why you degraded the nation? This is the biggest loss you have caused to the Nation..
    3. Mr. Pervaiz Musharraf: One of the examples, stated in your book is the Colin Powell’s threat over phone to you, after 9/11, incident. Look what is the stature of Pakistanis at the foreign air ports after your golden era. We understand even your ministers going with you were asked to remove their shoes. Is it true Sir. Why did’nt you cancel your tour to USA, as president of a nuclear Pakistan?
    4. Mr. Pervaiz Musharraf, Also please elucidate why you took decisions so detrimental to Pakistan, always under the the influence of fear, throughout your tenure? A person can not be a leader, if he is timid & coward. Fearlessness, does not mean absence of fear. Rather, the preference of certain more important things over fear. True leaders, never take decisions under the influence of fear.

    February 12, 2010 at 7:15 am | Reply
  242. Wasimz

    Dear Mr. President, I appreciate the fact that you are a patriot who feels for the country. You were honest and did not make millions like your predecessors, a trait very rare in Pakistani politics.

    February 12, 2010 at 7:21 am | Reply
  243. Ali Sid

    Pakistan is a very difficult country palgued with religious bigotry,corruption,feudalism,racism and a criminalized political system.Even when Musharraf was popular in Pakistan, I had my doubts about how popular he really was knowing the way people are in Pakistan, one mistake and all the evils of our society got mobilized to bring him down.There are only 2 kinds of people who win elections in Pakistan: religious bigots and corrupt people,he was neither and had to become unpopular one day.

    February 12, 2010 at 7:46 am | Reply
  244. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    Dear General rtd,

    there are not the fans of you on face book but the majority is the peoples who want to express there hate in front of you but have no forum than thay choose to come on facebook for there questions.

    i also have some questions .

    1. you have sold many of the peoples to america as you confessed in your book like Dr. Afia Siddiqi so can you tell me if government of Pakistan demand from america in future that we required General rtd pervaiz musharraf for some judicial criminal proceedings than do you think government of america will arrest you and handover you to government of Pakistan ? Please answer

    February 12, 2010 at 8:01 am | Reply
  245. Salman Shah

    This man pervez Musharraf is a shit, bastard, he destroy Pakistan, most corrupt man in the history of Pakistan, bastard

    February 12, 2010 at 8:03 am | Reply
  246. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    2. I need to know that why you are also behaving like the buddies who prefers to leave the country after feeling the threat of judicial criminal proceedings especialy in case of human rights and corruption aligations ?. Why you prefer to live in another country as a refuji instead of your homeland especialy where you was president for last 8 years? pls answer

    February 12, 2010 at 9:25 am | Reply
  247. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    3. In all over the countary (Pakistan) i have not seen any of your socalled Pasdar a Pakistan except Barister saif, faisal saleh, Shair afghan or some others and these Pasdar are not in the main stream politics of pakistan . I am also a common Pakistani and i Know that you are the least popular personality of the country even you cannot win any election from any of the constituency of pakistan and i know that if people of pakistan can find an oppertunity to see you without security thaen you will be now into a grave so who are the people you believe that like you and waiting for you as there leader? please answer

    February 12, 2010 at 9:44 am | Reply
  248. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    i think it is enough and if you are able to answer these questions than you will considered as the candidate to lead the Pakistan.

    May Allah swt protect pakistan from you

    February 12, 2010 at 10:20 am | Reply
  249. rabia

    sir! we need u

    February 12, 2010 at 10:27 am | Reply
  250. Ammad Hafeez

    Hats Off to Musharraf..he is the brave man in the history of Politics of Pakistan..!!And he had changed Pakistan into a heaven place in his era many development had seemed..!!Musharaf Baaji Tusi Great oo..!!

    February 12, 2010 at 10:30 am | Reply
  251. Musharraf The Great

    Musharraf sahib is simply a great leader not only in Pakistan but internationally. We support him and would make him rule Pakistan once again to put the things straight.

    February 12, 2010 at 10:42 am | Reply

    Dear Sir
    I really like u..YOU were a great leader of Pakistan,Why you left Pakistan.Please come back in Pakistan.Pakistan Really needs u..
    I have never seen a great and brave man like you before...

    Please come back and prove that u can do every thing for pakistan...
    May u live long..

    February 12, 2010 at 11:18 am | Reply
  253. Saqib Abbas

    Hello Everybody,
    I have read all the comments abt this feature. First of all I would like to clarify that I am not from any party nor representing any school of thought. After reading all the comments i am able to distinguish between two type of people i.e; the supporters of President.Mushraf and the one who oppose him.
    Dears readers it is very to oppose or support anybody but you have to look into matters personally. Find out the reasons of being opposing or suporting anybody. And please try to avoid slang languages for any one specially one who is the representative or ever represented PAKISTAN.
    Our past i.e; Mushraf Government was more better than todays one. He was sincere to our HOMELAND but the people around him were not good. These are the people who joined and supported Mr.Mushraf for their personal needs and when they got all those things than they start gambling with the whole system..
    Mr. Mushraf had negotiated with very political parties before election and he was able to win the confidence of the political leader... the correlation of MOHTARMAH(Benazir) and MUSHARAF was decided to form and if that thing would happened than V not even think of the Heights which he could attained in the leadership of these two great leaders.
    Anyways this couldnt happened because of the forces which dont want to see PAKi to stand on its on feets and lead the world.
    So V the YOUTH of this nation has the responsibility to identify the leaders among us who can lead our nation. But this can only be done if V r sincere to our HOMELAND....R V?????
    Think about it........and than decide who is wrong and who is Right...

    February 12, 2010 at 11:24 am | Reply
  254. Pakistan Khan

    Inshallah Musharraf will be back stronger than ever before!

    February 12, 2010 at 11:36 am | Reply
  255. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    Musharraf was not a leader in past , he was a dacoit who was came in power illegaly and uses state powers to press the political and human voices. I can remember easily the time when he took over the government and in that time there was a fear all where even it continues till 2007 . He is guilty also to promoting all fudals and gangsters all over the country. The all famous fudal families were again in power within the musharraf regime who were already enjoyed all previous government. Some newcomers were also came in power but they were also a new generation of fudal and i can call them new fudals. Who has doubt about the Altaf hussain and company that they were the Mafia , criminals, assassinators and butchers in Karachi and they were also in the category of Taliban in there past , but our musharraf sb legalised there occupation on Karachi and resulting there is no freedom of choice in the areas where MQM is strongly holding and even doing masacres like 12 May and our Musharraf sb claiming it his power at that noight. If anybody have doubt so he please know listen clearly that pakistan is an islamic state and his actual power is Islamic Ideology and it is also its fundamental , so you can see that pakistan has only wins only two wars in his history 1 is the war shich fought and win by pashtun mujahideen especialy by Afridi pathans in Kashmir and now which we call Azad Kashmir it is basicaly occupied by these and at that time there was no pakistani army at that time after partition , secondly again the Islamic mujahideens in Afghanistan during russian invasion and everybody knows that who were actualy fighting in the battlefields . so he takes our state on backfooting and know our state is fighting with his own fundamentals.

    February 12, 2010 at 12:34 pm | Reply
  256. Kalim

    He is a great leader, I and my friends love him,
    We are waiting for his return.
    Love you sir

    February 12, 2010 at 12:36 pm | Reply
  257. Mohammad Jahanzaib

    He is not conector of the day but is dictator of all days

    February 12, 2010 at 12:51 pm | Reply
  258. sarah

    the president seat is waiting 4 u .

    February 12, 2010 at 12:58 pm | Reply
  259. M.I. SIDDIQUI

    Dear Sir- Pervez Musharraf

    I honestly believe that you were the best President/Chief Executive of Pakistan after Khan Liaquat Ali Khan, the unfortunate thing in Pakistan is that anyone who speaks the Truth and The Whole Truth in one go cannot succeed. Fortunately or unfortunately you possess these qualities. Although, Truth prevails but take times! The glaring examples are the politicians speaking in talk shows on the media. They have the guts and courage to tell lies nothing but lies and the immature media in Pakistan does not question them? Reasons known to all.
    My sincere advice is to remain outside Pakistan until the dust settles and people of Pakistan need you. Like they needed Ayub Khan but it was too late. The ignorant brothers of Punjab talk of Pakistan but their politics surrounds around their self interests and revenge. Comparisons of your government’s performance and the present one has started surfacing and it will not be too long when this movement will pick heat. My best wishes for you and your family.

    February 12, 2010 at 2:37 pm | Reply
  260. Qaisar Hasan Lahore


    February 12, 2010 at 3:03 pm | Reply
  261. Aasia

    Where are you Mushi. We miss you. Please don;t abandon us and come back. We are waiting for you with open arms. MISS YOU SO MUCH

    February 12, 2010 at 3:09 pm | Reply
  262. saad malik

    According to a small group of mislead people president violated the constitution. So I would like to add to their limited knowledge that constitution is part of a country and country is not a part of constitution and the most important clause of the constitution is to preserve the country. So if we want to preserve the country then even if we are violating the constitution and flouting the laws to preserve the country, still we are abiding by the constitution because we are following the most important clause of the constitution that is to preserve the country.

    Abraham Lincoln who was the president of America violated the constitution and flouted the laws because he wanted to preserve the country. At that time America was facing a civil war when he broke the constitution.

    One question might be arising in your minds that what situation we were faced with that president had to take such so called extra constitutional steps. We were facing civil disobedience at that time and some people wanted to make a parallel judicial government to seize the executive. So it was need of the hour to take strict action.

    Regarding that fake judicial movement, it was part of a greater conspiracy to overthrow Gen Musharraf's regime because he took stand on many important and sensitive national issues like A.Q Khan's nuclear proliferation case, Gawadar port's completion, IPI gas pipeline, Nuclear missile programme, relations with china and he was not suited to the foreign powers that’s why they decided to overthrow him and they succeeded. Like fake judicial movement was foreign funded too because there are around two lac lawyers seemed that the whole nation of sixteen crore consisted of lawyers. The people who participated in that movement were paid professional agitators who were only planted to destabilize Gen Musharraf’s government. Infact gen musharraf saved aq khan when all the foriegn powers were ready to pick him like aimal kansi...

    February 12, 2010 at 3:38 pm | Reply
  263. Jahanzeb Khan

    Dear Sir Musharaf,

    I being a biggest follower of your ideologies "Pakistan First" makes me confident and enlighten to understand you vision, I'm actively a member of Pasdar-E-Pakistan, Rise Musharaf and Pervaiz Musharaf on Face Book. I want to communicate with you directly in order to start a campaign or team here in Pakistan.


    Jahanzeb Khan
    ++92 3339618883

    February 12, 2010 at 3:46 pm | Reply
  264. Mansoor Siddiqui

    Assalam-o-Alaikum Mr.Pervez Musharraf Sb.
    I am your and and also send you an request on facebook to be a fan

    February 12, 2010 at 4:04 pm | Reply
  265. khurram

    sir: we need u plz come back plz come back

    February 12, 2010 at 4:08 pm | Reply
  266. Kazmi

    Although I would agree that the earlier years of your government were betterin many ways, but we do not see any noticeable change in our society dispite the absulute power your government enjoyed. We are intrested to know what stoped your government to help settle long awaited issues like Kalabagh Dam, enquiries against politecians started by your and earlier governments etc.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:08 pm | Reply
  267. khurram

    sir pakistan ko apki zarorat hai.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:13 pm | Reply
  268. Kazmi

    Your explaination regerding the above would help lot many people like me understand your tanour in a better way. Thanks.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:14 pm | Reply
  269. aimankay

    If you became President of Pakistan again then what are the 2 things that you would do different then what you had done during your previous government?

    February 12, 2010 at 4:19 pm | Reply
  270. Anwar Kamal

    Why not start the movement, a Tehreek call it "Pakistan First" at the grassroot level?
    Are you still on good terms with PMLQ? Can your use their platform to organize rallies and address the rallies telephonically?
    Is Awami Muslim League an Option? it is a One Man Band.

    February 12, 2010 at 4:25 pm | Reply
  271. Engr. Javed Akbar

    Dear sir,
    May GOD bless u. I am one of ur follower. we r missing u very much.

    February 12, 2010 at 5:42 pm | Reply
  272. DR ALI




    February 12, 2010 at 6:13 pm | Reply
  273. M.I. SIDDIQUI

    Ahmanadi Nijad's power is Oil. Countries are not run with emotions and blank slogans. Dr. ALI your remarks about Pervez Musharraf are very unfornunate. You may disagree with a person but within the bouds of decency. May Allah bless you decency.

    February 12, 2010 at 7:28 pm | Reply

    Yes I would like say that a big number of Pakistanis are with Musharraf so he must send some strong signal so people may wait or start to join him. As Mr. Jahanzeb Khan says we are ready.

    February 12, 2010 at 7:39 pm | Reply
  275. Qaisar hasan Lahore

    Making it mandatory to have a A GRADUATE DEGREE was enlightened decision but democracy found it a hurdle in thier way to power..Now reap what has been bowed by JAMHORIAT,,,,country is heading to no where other than crisis...........

    February 12, 2010 at 7:58 pm | Reply
  276. Respectfully

    Hi Becky,
    This is a great and enlightning blog! Very interesting and fascinating.
    Just loving it !

    February 12, 2010 at 8:16 pm | Reply
  277. Muhammad Sajid Hussain

    Asalam U Aliqum:
    sir main Pakistan ka future ap sy request krta hy ky sir ap please apny liye nahi to Pakistan ky liye Pakistani awaam ky liye islam ky liye Pakistan waps ajaen

    February 12, 2010 at 8:36 pm | Reply
  278. Sajid Hussain

    Dear Sir, Great Sir,

    Our dear leader General Pervaiz Musharaf
    as you have been declared the best leader by the whole world so we the Pakistanies need very imensely a leader like you to come back to Pakistan and serve the nation. we all Pakistani have a great love for you.

    Sajid Hussain "GILGT"

    February 12, 2010 at 9:00 pm | Reply
  279. Shama

    Mr. Basim Ahmed,
    Thank you for the clarification. Apologize for my ignorance. I am sure others will also get a clarification from your posting.

    February 13, 2010 at 12:44 am | Reply
  280. Saeed Syed

    Pervez Musharraf is most favourable choice to rule Pakistan again for the present as Pakistani youth has realised this. Look at more than one lac and twenty seven thousand fans of face book, majority of them are youths between ages 18 to 34 years. Bravo Pervez Musharraf for such an examplary performance. Action/performance speaks louder than words, so keep it up. Good luck, God bless:

    Musharraf one of The biggest stars of Facebook
    Hindustan Times Thu, 11 Feb 2010 12:30 PM PST
    Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, whose popularity is quite unmatched on social networking website Facebook, has been declared âConnector of the Dayâ by CNN.

    Musharraf a hit on Facebook: CNN
    Business Standard India Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:46 AM PST
    Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, whose popularity is unmatched on social networking website Facebook, has been declared âConnector of the Dayâ by CNN.

    'Musharraf one of biggest stars of Facebook'
    Central Chronicle Thu, 11 Feb 2010 06:55 AM PST
    Agencies Lahore, Feb 11: Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, whose popularity is quite unmatched on social networking website Facebook, has been declared âConnector of the Dayâ by CNN.

    February 13, 2010 at 12:51 am | Reply
  281. Rashid

    Musharraf " YES you can"

    February 13, 2010 at 12:56 am | Reply
  282. Rashid

    Slogans really work.
    Let’s come up with something

    February 13, 2010 at 1:00 am | Reply
  283. Syed Shahamat Ali Shah

    Dear Musharraf,
    How can I trace Mr. Musharraf, I would like to share an important matter with him, which is between two of us & relates to his claim of transparency, integrity.
    (Confidential till to date), any body who can help me to send his e-mail address.

    February 13, 2010 at 4:20 am | Reply
  284. Shama

    Dear Sir,
    For the first time, checked out your great Face Book and it does answer the puzzling question about Dr Afaia – that she was in Afghanistan when she was taken away and that you had no knowledge of this until it was publisized. Then, realistically, one needs to look at 'Mr. Karzai' for answers.

    In all fairness, you are still the best ever leader that Pakistan had in decades and during the most difficult of times. We all have to remember the tremendous pressure and bullying you were under, from the world's greatest power who in turn was manipulated by the enemies of the Pakistani leadership. Under the most adverse conditions you handled and steered Pakistan very bravely and heroically. Therefore, you, with all your exeprience and intelligence should be best suited to lead Pakistan again during these very difficult times.
    God Bless.

    February 13, 2010 at 4:40 am | Reply
  285. Faheem Waqar Khan Ghouri

    Dear Sir, We wept on 18th August when you stepped down from presidency.As you did a lot of good works for Pakistan like women protection bill growth in economy you disgrabbed Pakistan out from IMF. You created the devolepment of infrastructure which jobs for poor people. You launched an operation for terrorist action in Lal Masjid and the traitor Akber Bugti, for which we are very grateful to you.You put for the trial C. J . P as you decided better. At the time when you were leaving presidency, we were hoping that no democratic govt have a power to keep and stay away from the problems which were left to be solved, since the present govt is unable to solve existing problems. I am sure if you were holding the president office we might not be suffering from the problems, but the position of Pakistan had been more good and srable."long live Pervez Musharaf".

    February 13, 2010 at 4:59 am | Reply
  286. ayyaz

    Pakistan does not need a weak democracy with corrupt politicians what it needs is a strong visionary leader who will bring stability and guide the nation to properity and I believe Musharaf is the best option we have at this point in time.

    February 13, 2010 at 7:54 am | Reply
  287. Mohammed Ali

    Dear Mr. Musharraf,

    Assalam Alai Kum,

    I am an Indian leaving USA for almost two decades. Sir, I would like say that I wathched your mothers interview with Khusbaqth Shujaat and I get very much impressed with both educated ladies. I know your background and I can think what kind of tarbiah you had with your beloved mother. your childrens are also well educated and well mannered. Sir I liked that interview so much at theclosing marks of both ladies made me cry, full of love and respect and the Urdu language they used. This is my first e-mail to you will write to you later about politics. God Bless you and your whole family. A respectful salam to your honorable mother. Thanks.

    February 13, 2010 at 8:14 am | Reply
  288. M.Islam

    Aslam o Alicom General Pervez Musharraf just Wanted to say wish you Best of luck for any thing good you do in life and God bless you and your Family and our religeous leader and His Family me and my family and all of Us except Enemies of Islam
    Allah Hafiz

    February 13, 2010 at 8:16 am | Reply
  289. Safiuddin

    For the opponenets of Musharraf,

    The decisions and actions taken by Musharraf and his regime against Lal mosque terrorists and Akbar Bugti etc., were surely not to gain any personal gains but in the interest of Pakistan. This is enough to prove Musharraf's integrity and loyality to his motherland.

    As far as Aafia Siddiqui is concerned, she is a US citizen and her brother is still living in America enjoying all the privileges. America has every right to demand any country for expelling its citizens to US for whatever reasons; same way as Pakistan demanded US for expulsion of Admiral Mansoor ul Haq and now demanding Hamesh Khan of Punjab Bank (and he is due to arrive Pakistan).

    Lastly the reference against CJOP was perfectly as per Pakistan Constitution. The irony is Chaudhry Iftikhar (the so called Champion of Justice) has stopped the trial against himself and yet he has to prove himself innocent against the alleged charges labelled in the judicial reference.

    February 13, 2010 at 9:12 am | Reply
  290. Erum Jabeen

    i am a big fan of yours..adored the way u handle the country politics without being black mailed by so called democracy striving political parties..
    my question to you is don't you think this is the time your country needs you more than ever before???
    now when you can help ur ppl,ur country more than anyone..why don't u land in Pakistan.......??
    i believe if u left the nation this time on the sake of circumstances...our generation won't forgive u for leaving us helpless and unlead.....and you might not get a chance like this to win ppl's heart...besides ppl will just recall u as a dictator who ran out of country after ruining everything as posed by present government....

    February 13, 2010 at 10:40 am | Reply
  291. Manzoor Bhatti

    Hi Sir,
    this is manzoor bhatti from dubai, i am journalist and publishing my own ,magazine ARABIAN POST INT. from Dubai. Qatar and Pakistan. i am your fan when u were Meg. General OKARA District and u were chief guest in our borading school Ali Gargh Public Shool Manga Mani Multan Road Lahore, i got from u 10 award. after your speech really i was become you fan, i also met u one time in Abu Dhbai, Emirates Palace UAE when u were President, i attend you your press conference.
    sir. please tell me, what i can do for u as journalist, i wil be happy,

    February 13, 2010 at 11:12 am | Reply
  292. babar

    dear president musharraf,

    now the people pakistan got the point that the nine year of ur govt was good as compared to all the previous and present govt.but the people of pakistan are mostly illiterate so they couldnt understand right and wrong during the ur govt,but now every where in pakistan all the people praising ur govt which u did during ur tunur. we would like that u come back soon and take any responsibe position in pakistan and serve for pakistan.
    all politican in pakistan are corrupt and 2 number. they will sale pakistan if u didnt come forward again,


    February 13, 2010 at 11:18 am | Reply
  293. opinion786

    Read the various interviews and speeches given by Mr. Musharraf, to know him better.


    February 13, 2010 at 11:29 am | Reply
  294. vandana prasad

    why don't pakistanis consider the muslims as their citizens who migrated from india into pakistan ,why do you people still treat them as a second grade citizens.you also migrated from india to pakistan,have you ever tried to help those people whome you call "MUHAJIRS" MEANS REFUGEES.
    mumbai, india

    February 13, 2010 at 4:11 pm | Reply
  295. Ahmed Najib

    I would like to ask not only u but everyone out there,that i'm also a pakistani even if i live in Saudi Arab but during your reign i never felt that it was a dictatorial government but a demo cratic one,so the question here is WAS IT!

    February 13, 2010 at 5:05 pm | Reply
  296. Ilyas

    Please lead the country

    February 13, 2010 at 5:57 pm | Reply
  297. Fahd

    I miss General Sahab. I wish he could come back.

    February 13, 2010 at 7:34 pm | Reply
  298. Zaidi Qasim

    @ Saad Malik:

    You mentioned flouting the Constitution is not illegal and whatever this dictator has done is not a crime. Who will decide the time to flout the constitution? A single person who is incharge of your armed forces ? It seems to me that you don't mind when the laws are broken on the name of saving the country.So, whats the problem with other dictators who have done the same.After all they decided on their own to violate the constitution, suspend the judiciary and lock the people up on their own will. All this on the name of saving the country.You legitimizing every coup which took place in the past and praising every dictator who came along on the name of national security . Musharraf was no angel. He didn't have a legitimacy. falwed Referendum couldn't get him the legitimacy he wanted.He was a complete sell out.Shame on those who still defend his autocratic actions while in power.

    February 13, 2010 at 8:38 pm | Reply
  299. Syed Sohail Raza

    As a common citizen of Pakistan, what good a democracy of current sort, bring as there is huge mishandling of our economy, security and governance.
    A good leader in uniform or the criminal politicians who just wait in turn to rob us around the clock, keeping us busy with the judges issues, petroleum price, electricity shortage, bomb blasts and warn against terrorism.
    The man in the uniform gave us the best economic performance in decades. Gave the media the right to exist and grow. It was him who allowed today’s media masters who have today made a status symbol to criticize the same man.
    Please Mr. Musharaf, come back and get us out of this once more.

    February 13, 2010 at 8:50 pm | Reply


    Why are not launching your own political party . the people of pakistan are awaiting for you .the educated and senseable people of pakistan likes you like is not a suitable word love is a perfect word ..sir just launch your party we are here to join you and work for you LOVE YOU ...

    February 13, 2010 at 9:40 pm | Reply
  301. rabia

    Here is why I support Musharraf
    He brought stability and progress to Pakistan
    Pakistan's economy was the 3rd fastest growing economy after China & India in 2006.
    The IT industry, which was virtually non-existent seven years ago, has grown to be worth billion of which billion is export related. It registered a 50% growth. 55 foreign IT companies have already entered the market. Now the sector employed 90,000 professionals.
    Under Musharraf , Pakistan has been called the best place to invest in Asia
    He asked the world to promote Pakistan through investments –
    “That when you trade, when you enhance your trade and come for investment in Pakistan , you are contributing towards job creation. Therefore you are contributing towards unemployment reduction and poverty alleviation. And therefore, you are contributing in the long run to the root cause of striking against terrorism and extremism.” President Musharraf.
    He beleived in moving forward and always put Pakistan First in all his desicions

    "At this critical juncture, Pakistan needs the continuity of successful policies. Not a myopic hustle for individual powers.”President Musharraf.

    He is a national leader .and not a provincal one.He worked ceaselessly for the whole of Pakistan.

    The plight of Balochistan was highlighted and its grievances addressed for first time during President Musharraf’s rule.
    “I want Balochistan should be powered upward in every aspect so that it comes in competition with other Provinces"
    Many Firsts in the history of Balochistan:
    First time a General is made from Balochistan. Maximum number of roads constructed in Balochistan Coastal Highway from Karachi linking Gawadar with Rado Dero in Sind .
    Gwadar Port and Gwadar Project have been started.
    Water Project started in Quetta – Kutchi Canal irrigating Balochistan – Mirani Dam, etc.
    Khaleefah Oil Refinery.
    The recruitment of Balochs in Pakistan Army has been increased.

    He promoted the softer image of Pakistan and did his utmost to soften the image of the fundamentalists and Islamists Pakistan through the promotion of arts and cultural activities, opening of various T.V channels, freedom of Press and etc

    Musharrafs Pakistan
    “My vision of a strong, vibrant, stable and moderate Pakistan , playing an effective role in the world is based on my faith in the people of Pakistan . If we stay on the course, I am confident that the desired results can and will be achieved. Let us together make Pakistan a better place to live in and bequeath a stronger country to our current and future generations.’’

    He empowered the women.Thanks to his policies we see an increase in the number of women in the parliaments.
    17% seats reserved for women in Senate, National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies. Representation in local governments increased to a minimum 33% Women are at liberty to contest elections on general seats as well.

    Promotion of Information Technology and Telecom Sector which is providing Pakistan with several thousand jobs every year to the young unemployed engineering and electronic graduates. Explosion of Internet and easy and affordable access to telecommunication. Obviously had he not invited foreign investment we would be lagging behind.
    He freed the media and the number of tv channels which came into being are a witness to this.what distinguishes him from other leaders is that he has the courage to admit his failures and listen to criticisms in public forums by media and other so called experts.
    Under Musharraf , Pakistan has been called the best place to invest in Asia
    Musharraf symbolises the hope for a bright future.For me it means not to give up on my beautiful land whatever the odds and whatever it takes.

    “We need to continue developing the economic opportunity that will give these young people the hope and encouragement to persuade them not to fall pry to extremist rhetoric, but rather work productively towards a future, that will benefit them and Pakistan as a whole.”
    He beleived in moving forward and always put Pakistan First in all his desicions
    All figures taken from Mirza Baigs blog .Do take a look at their amazing blog link below

    February 13, 2010 at 10:10 pm | Reply
  302. SU

    If you got another chance of ruling Pakistan what will be your top priorities

    February 13, 2010 at 10:27 pm | Reply
  303. Baba

    maybe should be judged and hanged together with Tony BLAIR and
    George BUSH

    February 13, 2010 at 10:38 pm | Reply
  304. Haruhiko Mohri

    Mr. Musharaff

    I'm a Japanese. Last year, some japanese thought that Japan made a bloodless coup by the election. Now I am concerned about the Japanese relationship between US and Chaina. North Korea is said to be a military-threat.

    When I was youg about 20 years ago, I was admired with South Korean bloodless coup by Mr. Chun Doo-hwan and his democratic policy. Pakistan, South Korea, Jordan and Japan are located between superpowers and terrorists. Would you advise a samll country from your experience of the president, please?

    February 14, 2010 at 1:01 am | Reply
  305. Sultan Mahmood Hashmi

    Pervaiz Musharraf is a man of principles. He think and do same. He wants to come political stabilization through election and all parties contribute these election. But Luck of Bainazir that she died due to terrorist attack, I can sue that if she does not die, Muslim League Q can Won. The base of Sue is that Muslim League Q loose with 55% (for example) votes of polling.

    February 14, 2010 at 4:29 am | Reply
  306. Sultan Mahmood Hashmi

    Dear President,

    Please Come Back.

    Hurry Up

    February 14, 2010 at 4:33 am | Reply
  307. Sultan Mahmood Hashmi

    Dear President,

    Please Come Back.

    Hurry Up

    February 14, 2010 at 4:35 am | Reply
  308. Sultan Mahmood Hashmi

    Dear President,

    Please Come Back.

    Hurry Up

    With Democratic Way

    The people can not able to say dictator. If they say you are dictator then i will also proud. One person who try to work for nation is much better than a person who is corrupt or does not work for nation. Please now you sellect such person as a consultant who has knowledge of law & justice.

    February 14, 2010 at 4:40 am | Reply
  309. Aslam Tanwir

    Dear Sir,
    What you have done for the stranded Pakistanis living in the 66 camps of Bangladesh? They sacrificed everything for the sake of Pakistan. What is your plan in future for these stranded Pakistanis?

    February 14, 2010 at 11:09 am | Reply
  310. Syed Shahamat Ali Shah

    Dear Musharraf,
    Would you please send me your e-mail address, I would like to share a
    confidential matter with you, which is between you & me,it relates
    to your claim of transparency,and integrity. I did not have touched
    media or judiciary till to date.I have complete documentary evidences against your bad governance & criminal ignorance,I
    need your e-mail address. My e-mail address is shahamat@hotmail.com

    February 14, 2010 at 11:12 am | Reply
  311. MufAziL

    Hello Sir ,

    How are you , I hope you will be The Same As Ever... Because Leaders never changed..

    You Had done so much great things for us by setting a concept not of given the real picture of democracy but also made a concept of how a Government is run by a leader.

    I am a big fan of yours at that time when the media was criticising you but also now ... and will praying for you..

    Sir , Whats the problem for coming Pakistan again .. My friends are saying that you had signed a contract of not coming to Pakistan for 5 years . Is it true.. ? Please reply ..

    I hope you will reply...

    Thank you ..

    M$k ..

    February 14, 2010 at 11:35 am | Reply
  312. S.Baqar

    May U Live Long.
    Sir im Ur greatest fan of Urs U ever had in life, i remenber or my friends too whom i sent message when U announced that im resigning as president of pakistan i told them all by message, "God Have Gone from Our soil" ready to live worst life.. these were my words as proved now a days.....U did nothing wrong only the reason why all are disgree cause U are Mahajir Urdu Speaking and Against of Mullaism school of thought. Im with U till my last breath plz come and have command Once again. Aameen.

    February 14, 2010 at 11:43 am | Reply

    Dear Mr. Shahamat,

    If you really have some solid evidence as you are saying then you must share to all Pakistanis, dont say I just want to send you. Simply it is just a cheap way to get attention.

    February 14, 2010 at 2:18 pm | Reply
  314. Muthyavan,

    Dear Musharraf your life as a long senior army general and as an ex-Presedent of Parkitan who was in rule of the country for more than ten years. Has a strong responsiblity for the present state of Parkistan as a world most dangerious country responsible for the world wide Islamic terror spreadings.

    To the world of justice you stand accused with all the other past rulers of Parkistan and ex-army officers of betraying a true democratic rule to the people's of Parkistan. As well as encouraging,corruption, lawlessness a fundamental Islamic terror outfits against the true principal of Islamic teachings, which has created political unrest in Parkistan and in neibouring Afghanistan, India and in many other Islamic countries.

    February 14, 2010 at 3:35 pm | Reply
  315. Muthyavan,

    Dear Musharraf your life as a long senior army general and as an ex-President of Pakistan who was in rule of the country for more than ten years. Has a strong responsibility for the present state of Pakistan as a world most dangerous country responsible for the world wide Islamic terror spreading.

    To the world of justice you stand accused with all the other past rulers of Pakistan and ex-army officers of betraying a true democratic rule to the people's of Pakistan. As well as encouraging,corruption, lawlessness and a fundamental Islamic terror outfits against the true principal of Islamic teachings, which has created political unrest in Pakistan and in neighboring Afghanistan, India and in many other Islamic countries.

    Now as a responsible citizen of international society living out side Pakistan,unable to return to Pakistan, What is your recommendations for a future strong Democratic rule for the peoples of Pakistan.

    February 14, 2010 at 3:50 pm | Reply
  316. Syed Ahmed, Lt Col (Retired)

    Dear General,
    You had been a quite popular President of Pakistan among the masses ,minus a few freebooters.
    In the starting blocks, the process of accountability launched with enthusiasm and fun fair by your government and directed especially towards those guilty of plundering and looting the national wealth and tax evaders failed.
    Which were the other two major mistakes committed by you that led to abrupt end of your government.
    Most people want you back. What will return you to Power again?

    February 14, 2010 at 4:21 pm | Reply
  317. Omar sharif

    We had Great Pervez Musharraf and we did not value him and now each Pakistani is in a state of mess , because we look for angel to come and rule which never happened After Quaid, Musharraf was the last hope until some miracle occurs His honesty and sincerity was his crime so may call Mr. pervez musharraf a criminal , He BOUGHT the plot in ISLAMABAD didn’t get it for free , enjoyed the similar electricity tarrif which was already on there , Appointed the CJ who became famous , Got rid of IMF , Got rid of two corrupt leaders, Stressed over elections in political parties , not a single corruption case could be raised against him , despite all the hatred created by Media, Most importantly tried his best to give voice to the people by introducing unprecedented free Media , showed tolerance against LAL masjid for more than 4 months , but eventually had to deal with stubborn Maulvis , because of the mounting pressure by media , politicians . YES he made mistakes , like we all do but name who didn’t , Sher afgan niazi is also not liked by most of us , whereas if investigated he is an honest person and says only what is stated in Constitution but look at ourselves how he is disliked , when I myself found the truth About Mr Afgan I was surprised how his people like him.
    I suppose the constitution we have is incapable and full of flaws or the Leaders have made it so, moreover we are not honest and fall prey to propaganda without bothering to seek the truth .No person should be allowed to lead the party forever , Every part must have fair elections & no one should be allowed to become PM or Leader of the party for more than two terms , and Education must be the same regardless of poor and rich with a reviewed syllabus designed accordingly to our traditions and religion. PM and other major position holders must not be allowed to go abroad after wards so that threy should realize that it is our homeland and we have to live here , then probably they will try to develop this country . I wish my fellow countrymen could understand what this country really needs .Long live my country .

    February 14, 2010 at 4:36 pm | Reply
  318. Asad


    What do you see as Pakistan's way out of the current downward spiral?

    Thank you,

    February 14, 2010 at 4:52 pm | Reply
  319. Aamir Khan

    In response to Faizan Sheikh and Zarrar: I ask one thing from both of you. I don't want foreign reserver I don't have any concern how much motorcycle the country have before and after Musharaf. I just need is the safety of my life and four wall. I just need is my elder brother and sister going school with out knowledge of bomb blast. Is it provided by Musharaf??

    February 14, 2010 at 5:01 pm | Reply
  320. salman hussain makeria

    As salam o aleikum to all viewers well i have to say something about him that he is a sharp man, he is most talented which are few in this world and he made histories in Pakistan but 1 thing that make me feel awkward that how he can free the Zardari(DOG) from jail thorugh NRO ?

    February 14, 2010 at 6:18 pm | Reply
  321. Fahad Saleem

    the only thing we need today is YOU to come back and lead all of us – the youth, the old, and the women

    Long live Musharaf!
    Long Live Pakistan!

    February 14, 2010 at 6:40 pm | Reply
  322. Alok

    Mr. Musharf,

    Could please let the world know how many terrorists did you trained to kill 60,000 Kashmiri hindu pundits in Kashmir state of INDIA?

    Thank you
    Alok Bhattacharya

    February 14, 2010 at 7:27 pm | Reply
  323. Mohammed AYUB

    Dear Sir

    You were a great leader. We want you back. I do not understand why you do not return to Pakistan, like you said that you will. It sems that your tour of various countries is just a cover and this dis-heartens me. I have great respect for you and I still try to defend your actions when talking amongst friends.

    So my simple question is: When will you return back to your homeland? Just as a private citizen. We need you , we want you back.

    February 14, 2010 at 8:44 pm | Reply
  324. Raza

    Sir Mushraf,
    Day before yesterday i watched a video from very famous channel Geo TV about the facts of your last era and so called democratic government this nation should have take some step now to bring you back as an administrator of this country other wise present will may make any deal of us..

    February 14, 2010 at 8:46 pm | Reply
  325. Seun

    My question to you sir is, what was the most difficult decision you ever took as president of pakistan and would you have acted differently now?

    February 14, 2010 at 9:32 pm | Reply
  326. junaid karachi

    please make a decent party for pakistan just for people of pakistan please musharaf you r pakistan,s HERO

    February 15, 2010 at 12:12 am | Reply

    sir we are in big crisis, look at the political and economic situation which is our main concern, every day we are losing value of rupee, look at the prices of sugar,flour, electricity e.t.c, which is concern of every common man, our exports had gone down, stockexchange, reserves..............?please look into this matter on your 1st priority basis,dont you think its time to fullfill your promise and return to HOMELAND?

    February 15, 2010 at 12:26 am | Reply
  328. Nam(South Korea)

    What is politics ?
    What is military ?
    How do you think of these two things ?

    February 15, 2010 at 12:50 am | Reply
  329. Sultan Ameer

    What is the best solution of the Kashmir issue and when that solution could become a reality?

    February 15, 2010 at 3:35 am | Reply
  330. Sultan Ameer

    Considering your point of view, is Pakistan moving forward?

    February 15, 2010 at 3:37 am | Reply
  331. Sultan Ameer

    In south-asian countries political parties are political parties on national level but on grass root/domestic level these same parties act like gangs. Do you agree with me on that and if you do what should be done to stop this?

    February 15, 2010 at 3:42 am | Reply
  332. Jaspal Singh

    Just 1 queston. Do you think Pakistan added, if not more, then just 1% , terrorism in world, by providing, the land of opportunity.
    God Bless

    February 15, 2010 at 4:15 am | Reply
  333. faysal ghani

    mr musharraf save the pakistani nation after 9/11 he doing alot for pakistan n also he resign in the intrest of pakistan , but he should come again pakistan n lead this nation weeeeeeeeee neeeeeeeeeeeed u sir

    February 15, 2010 at 4:29 am | Reply
  334. dileep

    Gen. Musharraf, my question is as follows.

    Pakistani establishment has consistently accused India of human-rights violations in and exploitation of Kashmir. It asserts that Kashmiri militants are "freedom fighters" that are responding to India's evil designs and seek to free Kashmir from "Indian Tyranny". However, the insurgencies in Kashmir only started to occur in the late 80s', more than a decade after the Simla Agreement. Where were the freedom fighters before 1972? Would you accuse India of tyranny only after 1972? Was it treating Kashmir fairly before? If yes, can it not again?

    February 15, 2010 at 5:23 am | Reply
  335. Idogar Charles

    Pervez Musharraf used the the pretense of trying to match the martial strength of the Taliban as a political tool to amass wealth (from the U.S and some European countries) for himself and weaken the democratic values of the nation. The political/Security instability of Pakistan is the doing of Pervez Musharraf!
    He placed the nation in political dilemma before leaving office. He is a still free man, a free man who should have been probed if Pakistan had regained political/security stability till date.

    What effect will his wishes have on the country's instability which he created/masterminded?

    February 15, 2010 at 8:35 am | Reply
  336. Dr. Muzammil Shahbaz

    Are you still trying to come into the political scene? If yes, then how?

    February 15, 2010 at 8:40 am | Reply
  337. shoaib

    Assalamoalikum sir,

    i have some questions

    what was the actual reason behind the KALA BAGH DAME..?
    can you come back and take part in elections...?
    what you suggess the remedy for the present problems like energy cirsis, inflation and employment?

    February 15, 2010 at 8:54 am | Reply
  338. Mary Edith Daigle

    Mr. Musharraf,

    On a much lighter note than anyone else is posting,

    1. Are you enjoying ur retirement?

    2. What do you miss the most from ur political life?

    3. After being the leader of a country, what are you doing at this time, that gives you as much satisfaction?

    February 15, 2010 at 10:20 am | Reply
  339. Martin Udogie

    As a Nigerian who has experienced both civilian and Military rule, I will like to know from you, who has ruled as both a Military and Civilian President, which is a faster route between both for an under-developing country seeking to fact-track its development. Please be honest Mr President.

    February 15, 2010 at 10:28 am | Reply
  340. Shahid Akram Abbasi

    Dear Pervez Mushraf ex president and general saib.

    Please reply over following issues.

    – Why u fought proxy war of America in Afghanistan
    -Who is responsible of Killing of innocent Muslims of Afghanistan.
    -Why u killing innocents in Red mosque. why not u used tear gas and unsound mind gas to capture all without any bullet.
    -Why u collect all corrupt peoples of Nab wanted of PMLQ.
    -Why u hire imported PM.
    -Why u killed Benazir Bhutto.
    -Why U gave gift of suiciders like Zia gave Kalashnikov and Heroin.
    -Why as General u violate the dignity of Army Uniform.
    -Why u kicked Chief Justice.
    -Why u write off Billions of Loans of PMLQ & MQM.
    -Why u violate the 1973 constitution.
    -Why made amendments in 1973 constitution.
    -Why u escaped from Pakistan
    -Open urs, ur wife's, ur sons, daughters and brothers sisters and whole family assets.
    -Come and face Bughti murder case.
    -Come and face all charges against u in supreme court.
    -U destroyed the economy, Politics, & departments.
    -What were ur achievements show with practical figures.
    shahid akram abbasi

    February 15, 2010 at 12:00 pm | Reply
  341. Asif Azam

    THE GROUP HAS BE REVISED TO SUIT THE CURRENT POLITICAL SITUATION ......In the current media blitz against our leader it is important that you know facts on ground about Pakistan under his governance so you can write to newspapers about real facts.
    sincerely admins

    The Legacy Of Musharraf - Eco-update 1999-2008 – by Mirza Baig

    The group will serve as a Base for all Musharraf Supporters to get facts about his nine years in power.

    The legacy of Pervez Musharraf as recorded by:

    Afreen Baig and Mirza Rohail B.

    [Who have painstakingly documented it on their blogspot ]

    It is a fact- sheet - based on track-record and serves as a testimony to the "Musharraf Era" as the History of His Era.

    As supporters of Pervez Musharraf... we honor his Leadership through nine of the most difficult years in Pakistan's history.

    "God Will Never Change the condition of A People Unless They First Change What is wrong in Their Hearts"
    Al- Quran

    Economic Report by Mirza Rohail B







    We Wish him God speed [Ameen]

    A recap of Events leading to President Musharraf's Govt:
    The 1990’s was a lost decade for Pakistan, mismanagement at its helm and corruption rampant.

    Formation of failed policies, coupled with sheer incompetence and lack of commitment, kept deteriorating the economy of the fragile Country.

    Benazir’s era was further characterized by ungoverned manipulation and personal extravagance of her husband Zardari.

    By 1999, not only were the $10 billion Foreign Reserves misspent without any accountability, but it also shattered the confidence of our nation. Expatriate Pakistanis kept a cautious outlook of the situation and held their foreign reserves back.

    Nawaz Sharif and People’s Party often lament that during their tenures US and IMF Aid was suspended; and that President Musharraf’s government received huge aid after 9/11 to overcome the economic problems.

    To set the record correct, USA and IMF aid was suspended only after the Nuclear Atomic blasts of May 1998, but that too was RESUMED later that year in November, a week before Nawaz met President Clinton in USA.

    Before May 1998, the governments of Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto received worldwide aid and assistance from USA, IMF, OPEC, European countries, ODA & OOF bilateral agreements and World Bank.

    The inheritance of the ailing economy that took place after October 1999 was not an easy task for the leadership of President Musharraf. Pakistan needed quick reforms, resource allocation, stabilization of policies and alluring back the Foreign Reserves and Foreign Direct Investment.

    A misperception persists within some critics that attribute completely the turning around of Pakistan’s economy to: US aid or 9/11. Therefore, let it be clarified that major economic indicators had improved before 9/11, and the economy had already started showing signs of recovery and revival.

    Therefore, the entire credit of stabilizing Pakistan’s economy goes to the visionary decisions, sustained macro-economic policies and financial reforms of President Musharraf and the Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz.

    These also highlight their good intentions and ultimate honesty. Their sense of duty towards the country, honesty and the genuine resolve to address the problems does not arise from 9/11. Unlike their predecessors who swept problems under the carpet.

    These figures by all means indicate the strength of Pakistan’s booming economy and establish the FACT that Pakistan is no more dependent upon US or foreign aid. Pakistan’s economy has managed to wriggle out of their clutches.

    Acknowledgment & contributions by:

    Economic Report by Mirza Rohail B

    Our Leader – Musharraf

    The Administrator's Comment's:

    February 15, 2010 at 12:21 pm | Reply
  342. Alex

    As a military state with an active army, what was the main reason why the western region (Waziristan) could not be controlled under your leadership? What were the difficulties for not being able to develop and mange this region?

    February 15, 2010 at 12:22 pm | Reply
  343. Kiran Prakash

    I am an Indian. I would like to ask the respected Mr. ex president will Pakistan continue its proxy war against India in order to dismantle the concept of India or will it start working on strengthening up its economy by having a productive and mutual dialogue with Indian government? India is very visibly emerging as one of the world's leading economies and I think Pakistan should make use of this opportunity to tie up with India in ways by which it can improve its economic position. This move can give employment to a lot of Pakistanis and solve its poverty problem to an extent and improve the relations to a large extent. I think this will not happen until Pakistan stops the proxy war.

    February 15, 2010 at 1:42 pm | Reply
  344. muhammad bilal

    pakistan needs some one like u but through democracy.......

    February 15, 2010 at 3:32 pm | Reply
  345. shehzad ahmed

    dear general,
    Do you still know where Pakistan's nukes are situated??

    February 15, 2010 at 3:41 pm | Reply
  346. Ziyad Khan

    1) Tell me three good reasons so that I become your fan on facebook.

    2) How much do you feel, partly, responsible for Pakistan's miseries today? Any decisions you would not take if time is reversed back to October 12, 1999?

    3) Do you feel that General Kayani done a better job than you in securing areas like Waziristan and Swat from terrorists?

    February 15, 2010 at 5:28 pm | Reply

    I would liek to say to Kiran Prakash that alone Pakistan is not doing proxy war it is happeneing from both ends but unfortunately India is nto accepting. It demands only to Pakistan to stop it, how is it possible because we all know what are the main reasons? First of all till today India could not digest the creation of Pakistan and seondly Kashmir.

    Yes India is trying to emerging in a one of the leading economies but for that PEACE in the region is vital and if you consider yourself a big power oremerging big power then surely you have to show your big heart and accept Pakistan and then see forward.

    I assure you we Pakistanis are big heart people we are ready to work for the PEACE of whole region and we know very well that we are at the hub for many countries for import & exports etc and our role is very important in the region, sorry to say you cannot ignore or bypass us.

    So my dear in my point of view first you have to accept our existance then every thing may lead towards prosperity of region not only properity of 2 countries.

    February 15, 2010 at 5:50 pm | Reply
  348. Shahzad Haider

    If Dr aafia was in US custody for last 5 years then how come she got married to an arabic in afghanistan and how she got two children. Why her family was quiet for last 5 years. That means they knew that where was she and what was she doing.

    February 15, 2010 at 6:12 pm | Reply
  349. jams

    dear sir, for you i have 2 questions.

    1 when benazir bhutto was killed everybody blamed the taliban. I would like to know why they would kill her? why not kill you or nawaz sharif? they tried to kill you before so why not again. they consider you as their enemy, you helped the usa invade afghanistan. The only one who benefited from her death is asif "10%" zardari. Why could he not be a suspect?

    2 I do consider you as a good leader even though you supported the usa. There is something i dont understand. We now have a so called democratically chosen president that is known as mr 10%, he does not do any thing good but is not criticised. You on the other hand were a general and did something good for our country but were criticised for being a general. How is this possible? Do you think it is time for you to come back? or Do you think there will be a new coup?

    February 15, 2010 at 6:31 pm | Reply
  350. Shahzad Haider

    I feel sorry for her but the question arises If Dr aafia was in US custody for last 5 years then how come she got married to an arabic in afghanistan and got two children. Why her family was quiet till 2008. That means they knew that where was she and what was she doing.

    February 15, 2010 at 6:35 pm | Reply
  351. kaka

    musharaf was a Machiavellian prince
    not a Plato's philosopher king

    February 15, 2010 at 7:18 pm | Reply
  352. M.I. SIDDIQUI

    To all those Prevez Musharraf supporters who want him back in Pakistan. My humble request to them is that such requests may not be made now. This is not the time to be emotional. Our beloved leader, Pervez Musharraf should stay in London for the time being. The time is not far off when he will be in Pakistan Insha Allah with a bang. Let THE DEMOCRATES settle their scores on the streets. Both PPP and PML(N) are cheating each other. None serving the interest of Pakistan but themselves..

    February 15, 2010 at 8:57 pm | Reply
  353. Nasir Jamal

    I wish President Musharraf best of luck. I hope he returns soon and rid the country of the likes of Sharifs and Zardaris.

    February 16, 2010 at 5:33 am | Reply
  354. The Pride of Ahmed

    A man of Grace for Haram
    1979 he served to rescue Haram from evil
    2005 he served Haram guarding from a demonic attack from outer space! (Resulted in Makkah Conference 20005 & His Aazan)

    Promised in Medina to role as Islamic leadership
    Through Khushnood Ali Khan (Nov. 1999) Medina warned for his jail
    But he was jailed, he rioted public funds in the name of Pakistan and rioted the words given to him from Medina!

    February 16, 2010 at 9:55 am | Reply
  355. Nabeel Mukhtar

    Pervez Musharraf is the true President of Pakistan.

    February 16, 2010 at 10:09 am | Reply
  356. S. M.Talib Rizvi

    An honest, straighforward man with a vision. Your leadership took Pakistan to new heights, brought welfare to the people and the country underwent unprecedented growth. Your dynamic personality and capabilities are unforgettable. I will always be there for you!

    February 16, 2010 at 10:30 am | Reply
  357. Asif Iqbal

    As salam o aleikum to all viewers well i have to say something about him that he is a sharp man, he is most talented which are few in this world and he made histories in Pakistan but 1 thing that make me feel awkward that how he can free the Zardari(DOG) from jail thorugh NRO ?

    February 16, 2010 at 10:31 am | Reply
  358. Rashed, Islamabad

    I regard him as one of the most shrewd politico-general, who made the Pakistani nation lose one precious decade, which might have been used for many a things. For example, we lost law & order, energy, power, industries, manufacturing, jobs... he sold Pakistani citizens and what not...

    And, ultimately, he have had fallen from grace...

    February 16, 2010 at 2:21 pm | Reply
  359. ghulam awais ghulam

    dear musharruf.
    how r u every day.when will u come back . these days your needs.because the politics is becomr damege . ur days of presidency were good but a big error of ur.thats is laal mosque . you were not do that . it was not good.

    February 16, 2010 at 5:46 pm | Reply
  360. HASEEB

    Due to lack of literacy,will the people of Pakistan ever understand you and your sincere emotions for your country?

    February 16, 2010 at 6:53 pm | Reply
  361. Raja Navaid

    Sir, You are best thing that has ever happened to Pakistan.

    February 17, 2010 at 10:14 am | Reply
  362. Jawad

    Musharraf was and still is the best option for Pakistan. The way he led our nation our people should have known that he can take us all the way. But the people did not vote for him and now they want him back. All those should be ashamed of themselves who did not vote for him. He is loyal and honest he left with dignity and accepted defeat. It was the most fair election ever held in Pakistan and the reason was Musharraff. He will come back ...... he is only waiting for the right time and that time is not too far.

    February 17, 2010 at 9:10 pm | Reply
  363. Rain_Bow786

    The Peoples Of Pakistan just want's that " SIR Pervez Musharaf will Lead to Pakistan As " President Of Pakistan.
    co's we Take Servy To the al around the country last month For Sir Pervez Musharaf , include all villages of Panjab, sindh, Balochistan excude Dara buktti, lastly i reached ( The Major Modren Mini Pakistan "Karachi.
    In the light Of survay Result's the most of People's Remembering to President Musharraf, espesialy mini Pakistan/Karachi peoples Demanded for Musharraf Again As President Of Pakistan,
    Note: i Don't Belive To currnt pakistani tv's /media Reports & i'm saying for sure that in coming time The Pervez Musharraf Will popullar leader of Pakistan. if I'm Wrong I demand to (Uno) will take visit for Survay to it's all about,
    futher comments i'll Submit after end of vist to India of " The Honor Able King Abdullah Bin Abul Aziz (k s a )

    Rain_bow786 ( pakista – Karachi)

    February 18, 2010 at 6:59 am | Reply
  364. Dr Shiza Tahir

    Pakistan has never seen democracy. It has transited between civil and military rules. Now we have civil rule very different from democracy. Musharraf is capable, intelligent, experienced in governance, deeply patriotic and above all very honest. Pakistan badly needs him at the helm of affairs now more than ever. Paradoxically, he is the only hope for democracy in this country. He is not a feudal thats why he knows the value of public opinion and strove to put in place true democratic local governments.
    West is too enamored by platitudes and slogans of democracy little knowing how votes are purchased in Pakistan and India, how the caste system works and the clans vote for each other. Musharraf understands it all. Those who love Pakistan and those who wish to see this world rid of terrorism should lend full support and throw all weight behind Musharraf, otherwise, sadly there is hardly any hope.

    February 18, 2010 at 9:02 am | Reply
  365. M.I. SIDDIQUI

    Dear Sir/Pervez Musharraf,
    Democracy in this form has faileld in Pakistan. My question to you Sir is; if you are given 5 years to rule the country with your hand picked Ministers not exceeding 20 in numbers. What would you do to transform Pakistan from present disasters to a successful state. Most importantly what would you do for the common citizens of Pakisitan and wihtout compromising Pakistan's interests with the West. Also keeping good relations with them.

    February 19, 2010 at 8:35 am | Reply
  366. NB Khan

    Dear former president.

    I'm new to join this blog and also become a fan for yours.. i think i miss you sir.

    February 19, 2010 at 4:44 pm | Reply
  367. maria

    i've been a great fan of urs but i failed to understand n fail to defend u in my discussions wn it comes to ur dismissal of the chief justice of pakistan?

    February 19, 2010 at 7:11 pm | Reply
  368. maria

    n i would like to request you not to come back in pakistan until n unless u feel safe n secure here.v dont want to lose u. but wenever u wish to return make a proper plan..n do inform ur well wishers.i hope the day will come soon Insa Allah

    February 19, 2010 at 7:23 pm | Reply
  369. Haider

    Hello everybody,
    Being a Pakistani i considered him a one of the stupid person in the history of Pak army. He is the one idiot who pushed the Pakistan in so called the war of terror which is to battle against the mountains of Afghanistan.

    February 20, 2010 at 10:54 am | Reply
  370. saad malik


    shuja nawaz brother of coas gen asif nawaz janjua writes in his book CROSS SWORDS(best sellers) that gen ziauddin but who was made coas in place of gen musharraf told him that it's a lie that nawaz sharif did'nt know of kargil, he was breifed about kargil prior to it n army has the secret tape.
    dr afia was picked from afghanistan, gen musharraf did'nt hand her over to anyone.

    February 20, 2010 at 2:16 pm | Reply
  371. saad malik

    @ maria
    surely we can defend nov 3rd steps

    According to a small group of mislead people president violated the constitution. So I would like to add to their limited knowledge that constitution is part of a country and country is not a part of constitution and the most important clause of the constitution is to preserve the country. So if we want to preserve the country then even if we are violating the constitution and flouting the laws to preserve the country, still we are abiding by the constitution because we are following the most important clause of the constitution that is to preserve the country.

    Abraham Lincoln who was the 16th president of America violated the constitution and flouted the laws because he wanted to preserve the country. At that time America was facing a civil war when he broke the constitution.

    One question might be arising in your minds that what situation we were faced with that president had to take such so called extra constitutional steps. We were facing civil disobedience at that time and some people wanted to make a parallel judicial government to seize the executive. So it was need of the hour to take strict action.

    Regarding that fake judicial movement, it was part of a greater conspiracy to overthrow Gen Musharraf's regime because he took stand on many important and sensitive national issues like A.Q Khan's nuclear proliferation case, Gawadar port's completion, IPI gas pipeline, Nuclear missile programme, relations with china and he was not suited to the foreign powers that’s why they decided to overthrow him and they succeeded. Like fake judicial movement was foreign funded too because there are around two lac lawyers seemed that the whole nation of sixteen crore consisted of lawyers. The people who participated in that movement were paid professional agitators who were only planted to destabilize Gen Musharraf’s government. Infact gen musharraf saved aq khan when all the foriegn powers were ready to pick him like aimal kansi...

    February 20, 2010 at 2:19 pm | Reply
  372. Omar sharif

    can one give a satisfactory answer , what could have happened if Mr Musharraf was not in scene after 9 11 , would such politicians had resisted differently , ------todayis enough to describe us their sinicerit y withthis country .would hav they faced the pressure against Dr khan . ? these politicians are not capable of handling any such situation in pakistan's favor.

    February 22, 2010 at 4:37 am | Reply
  373. Umair

    I don't Know whether he was gr8 or not but we as paksitani citizens saw a lot of economic activity during his time. How he created is really not that important, people are more interested to know whether they are getting their necessaties with ease or not i.e. jobs,daily usage items, health facilities and peace ofcourse.
    His last year went bad. People shouldn't multiply his 7 years with zero just for the sake of bad performance in last months of his time.

    February 22, 2010 at 8:25 pm | Reply
  374. Farhan Akhter

    One & Only Sincere Leader Of Pakistan Who Made a Single And That is Give Most Of His Support PML Q And Its Members & PML Q IS The is One Who Laid Musharraf Down

    February 23, 2010 at 12:00 am | Reply
  375. Munawar

    I do believe that Mr. Musharaf regime was better than all that I have seen before as concerning economically. But I have one question that he was having immense power that time then why didn’t he build a single DAM? I think he was the only man who can handle the Kala Bagh dam issue. And this government is careless about welfare of the people and taken no step to improve Pakistan economically.

    February 23, 2010 at 5:59 am | Reply
  376. khan

    dear musharraf,
    the nation of pakistan now start loving with u .whereever we go ur steps taken ur tenur are appreciated.if u are not believing yesterday one of ur lover wrote a letter by using their blood as an ink .it shows that pakistani are loving u and some of nagative people who are molvi,criticise u. but the educated people love u the most.

    u must return to handle the situation in pakistan. u are the great leader. show urself a great leader.dont afraid the corrupt politician ,they cannot harm u .

    ur parastar

    babar and muhammad ali

    February 23, 2010 at 3:08 pm | Reply
  377. Dear Commentators

    Mr. Musharraf faced few problems during his government:

    1. Tassub (Racism) he was not Punjabi – Many of the Punjabi brother thought that nobody is better than the Punjabi speaking
    2. Many people thought Talibans are fighting for Islam…..
    3. Most of the villagers are far away from education and believe what they listen
    4. Corruption – Corrupted politician and people like corrupted people. Mr. Mussharaf was a dislike entity for them

    September 19, 2010 at 9:07 am | Reply
  378. Alfonse Javed

    Dear Mr. Musharraf,

    I understand the frustration Pakistani nations is going through whether they live in Pakistan or abroad. They feel deceived but I think the nation of Pakistan does not know what do they want. Every time they select a candidate with a heavy mandate with many hopes that this time the system will be changed and the poor/middle class people will have equal access to prosperity. They did the same during your reign, I know it was not your fault that all the things did not move the way you wanted because you were dealing internal and external issues. I can not suggest anything other than please do not do what Banazeer Butto did. It was a courageous act that she went back but what was the outcome. Please stay in UK as long as it is needed.

    MQM has been developing, and strengthening their party from UK why can't it be done for APML. I believe your life is precious for the future of the Pakistan. I also believe you are more open than any other leader in Pakistan. Your availability to us make you unique among other Pakistani leaders.

    November 2, 2010 at 3:41 pm | Reply
  379. Feda Ali Shah

    Dear Sir,
    You have done lot to this nation and hope you will do in future as well.
    We fell proud if u can start your politics from the soil of chitral as we love you more than any one in this world.
    We cannot forget the day in HANDOOR POLO, where you were felling safe being with us and did a dance for around 3 mins with your true friends "chitralies".
    You are in our hearts and hope you will start your safe journey from Chitral.
    This is not only me saying that, its a voice of chitral.
    Feda Ali Shah (Chitrali), Dubai.

    November 6, 2010 at 6:56 pm | Reply
  380. dawood mazhar

    Stop Blaming Musharraf:

    I want to caution moderate Pakistan to stop judging musharraf harshly.

    Security provides economic stability which is the way forward for Pakistan. The progress made economicly between 1999-2007 has been reversed t...o the 1970's.

    The current e...xtremism is being blamed on musharraf, for God sake, take hold of facts, this extemism is the result of bad policies over 60 decades. The final blow was the AfghanéRussian war, and kashmir. Musharraf did not create those condictions.

    Extremism is the result of the vacum created by these two wars, that were being fought in our back yard for the last 30 years.

    The war torn Afghanistan was further damaged by the mujaheedeen who remained there, and brought their solution to the troubled people.

    It had to surface, the frightening element is that these extremist ideas use Islam to recruit man power. If we take out the word Islam from their agendas, no one would even listen, they would be stripped naked, and be exposed as mere murdering dacoits, as they really are.

    Friends remain calm, so you can see the great danger.

    No country can sustain itself today without, investor confidence. Pakistanis are not back benchers, and have always played a frontline role no matter where. In order to use this potential, we need to become part of the world comity.

    Today Musharraf is the only pakistani leader with an international mandate, we need to realise it, and use it to save our country from the grasp of dacoits.

    January 10, 2011 at 8:21 pm | Reply
  381. Khan

    Mr Musharaf

    First of all I would like to ask you. You were not suppose to be a Army General because you were junior and ineperience general that time.

    General Ali Kuli khan was most senior General that time. And you were 3 times junior from him. you superseeded him. Ex. Prime Minister Nawaz sharif promoted you as a general because he thought what he will say you will do.

    Ok thats fine, because this is Pakistan Any thing can happens, very crupt, any body can take short cut by force and by money.

    Once you have taken President seat by force then why you attacked Red Mosque and killed innocent people. I am agree they were terrorist but you could catch them by many ways.

    You could use taser gun, tear gases, Cold or Hot Pressure water, or laughing gases many many more ways.

    Why you sent more than 40 judges home because they challenge you?

    I think You had to handover power to political parties in 2004-2005. By that way you could be a Pakistani Hero. And now people of pakistan call you zero.

    May 31, 2011 at 9:48 pm | Reply

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