Pakistan’s powerful military monitoring ‘reaction’ over SC orders

  • Karachi: The conviction of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in the Supreme Court of Pakistan in contempt case has plunged the country into new crisis that might lead to anarchy.

    Sources in Pakistani capital Islamabad says the country’s powerful military has been monitoring the reaction of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party and other political parties including the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) and the Imran Khan-led Threek-e-Insaf in the wake of Supreme Court orders that would cost Mr Gilani his premiership.

    The sources said that Pakistan Army’s legal wing JAG Branch has also begun reviewing the SC orders to determine the prospective position for its bosses over the orders of country’s top court.

    The PML-N chief has announced that his party would no longer accept Mr Gilani as the prime minister of the country while the cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan has warned of leading a massive rally to the federal capital if the government continues defying court orders.

    Although, Pakistani politicians, including Mr Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari believe that army could not take over due to vibrant media and independent judiciary, some political commentators say the situation might change dramatically in countries like Pakistan.

    They corroborate their claim saying one should keep in mind use of Sindh card that Pakistan People’s Party uses in ‘testing times’ and army’s take overs during precarious situations.

  • یہ خبر کیوں لگی یا لگوائی گیی ہے

    پیچھے کون ہے

    پیغام کس کو ہے

    کتنا سچ ہے

  • Pakistan’s powerful military monitoring ‘reaction’ over SC an unknown addul an unknown newstribe is irrlevant....given COAS attended the dinner meeting with "Ex PM" soon after the SC verdict!

  • @LHR

    Soon I expect to see it on Rauf Klasraa's website, then we can understand the beneficiary even for false call.

  • This is all hocus-pocus , SC could've passed the same judgement a month ago , SC makes decisions based on the direction winds are blowing !! but then this happens all over the world in a more controlled way , ours is more loosy goosy , all we should care is :

    1. Are we living in a safe environemnt

    2. Is govt honestly spending our money

    3. Is the over all Governance adequate

    If this can be done by



    Democratically elected Govt

    Me :-)

    I frankly do not give a HOT DAMN

    and this kind of musical chairs , history is full of it