Pakistan’s Corrupt Dual National Officials, Politicians and Indian Strategy

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By Dr Shahid Qureshi: –

“Why kill them when you can make them corrupt”, said A S Daulat, former chief of Indian agency RAW. So they invested on Pakistani politicians, academic, journalists and elite mostly in a ‘buy one get one free’ model. You must be thinking what is this model and they follow it. Well simple answer is Indian mostly target a ‘Pakistani’ who is already bent to mostly western foreign agency and asset holders don’t hesitate to run the agent jointly and why not?

Say for example in Afghanistan it is impossible for Indians to operate without a nod from the US and its occupying NATO allies. Although it would be even more stupid of ‘yankees’ to live in Afghanistan and fight with Pakistan. It is like living in Rome and fighting with the Pope’. Yankees don’t know the meanings of ‘Hindu Kush Mountains’ (Hindu killing Mountains)? One must admire the Indians for being successful in having ‘water bombing’ Pakistan with their friends like Nawaz Sharif, Achukzai, Asfandyar Wali, Altaf Hussian (who kept Karachi bleeding for Indians and international syndicate). Well Pakistan must follow the Iraqi solution to this problem i.e. ‘kill the collaborators first’.

The supreme court of Pakistan seems to have gone quiet on the case of over 5000 foreign nationals in the supreme civil service of Pakistan? All the international agreements and contracts are expected to be scrutinize and thoroughly checked by the civil servants. If you make them corrupt no army in the world can save the country from collapse.“

World’s best economic and political sabotage plan cannot succeed until the civil servants of that country are not on board with the foreign powers or hostile intelligence agencies. I have studied for over 20 years the operations of Pakistani civil service as to why they are more easy to buy or hire than a prostitute or sex worker to be politically correct.

The simple answer is they are ready to be prostituted. Civil servants are the back bone of the state system and it is their responsibility to keep an eye of the day to day operations of the country. It is their responsibility to refuse any illegal orders by using the legislation called ‘unlawful command’.

The Lahore High Court’s Justice Aisha Malik’s judgement on the electoral application forms and later ‘stay order’ by the Supreme Court of Pakistan is an extreme example of mafia syndication and operations. In any decent country ‘police check’ is a must for a person dealing with the public, be it a doctor, a nurse a teacher and so on, or in some cases enhance police check is done due to the nature of the job.

However, in Pakistan according to the current application forms of 2018, and constitutional amendment by previous assembly no such questions or enhance police checks and self-declarations about holding foreign nationality, default of loans, default of utility bills are necessary.

Which also means that any criminal, rapist, bank loan defaulter can become member of the parliament and even Prime Minister of Pakistan. Now read the comment of Indian RAW chief again ‘why kill them when you can corrupt them’ and resistance to the Lahore High Court judgment together, everything would be loud and clear. No?

One final request to the honorable Justice Saqib Nisar, Chief Justice,  Supreme Court of Pakistan, ‘let the election commission of Pakistan fully scrutinize the candidates of the parliament in the light of the judgement by the Lahore High Court as otherwise it is seen as ‘you are on the side of criminals, loan defaulters, corrupt and rapists and that is direct violation of human rights of the voters and people of Pakistan’.

Finally with great respect Sir, no heaven will fell if elections are rescheduled for few weeks to complete the scrutiny process of the candidates of the next parliament. After all it is about future of Pakistan and voters right to know about their candidates character and credibilty.

(Dr Shahid Qureshi is senior analyst with BBC and chief editor of The London Post. He writes on security, terrorism and foreign policy. He also appears as analyst on Al-Jazeera, Press TV, MBC, Kazak TV (Kazakhstan), LBC Radio London. He was also international election observer for Azerbaijan April 2018, Kazakhstan 2015 and 2016 and Pakistan 2002. He has written a famous book “War on Terror and Siege of Pakistan” published in 2009. At Government College Lahore he wrote his MA thesis on ‘Political Thought of Imam Khomeini’ and visited Tehran University. He is PhD in ‘Political Psychology’ and studied Law at a British University. He also speaks at Cambridge University. He is a visiting Professor at Hebe University in China.)

Views expressed are not of The London Post.

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