Fussy Indictment

President of Pakistan, who is not an in charge of providing security to political leaders, has been indicted by Rawalpindi’s anti-terrorism court (ATC) over the 2007 murder of ex-prime minister Benazir Bhutto.

Lately, Pakistan has been regularly surfacing in international media due to its severe internal security issues, jail breaking, target killings, and has been consistently portrayed to be a “failing state”.  Such a fussy indictment would help tarnishing the image of the court system.

Politicians illusively think that they are making progress in lower the international stature and dignity of former President and the Army Chief of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf. However, after voluntarily appearing before the court, the democracies and law abiding citizens perhaps have more respect for the general than even before. The entire world is taking notes as how just the court system works in Pakistan

We protests against the judicial activism and request the Supreme Court to dismiss the politically motivated cases against the former President of Pakistan General Musharraf and save court’s precious time and dignity from ruining.

 

– Adeel Shah

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