Talat Husain Interviews Imran Khan.



  • Talat giving Imran some tips on politics or is he trying to recruit Imran for the Plan B?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KviDCAQKr5k



  • ضیا بھائی ۔

    شکریہ ۔ میں یہ لنک پوسٹ کرنے ہی والا تھا ۔ اچھا ہوا اپ نے کر دیا ۔



  • Just to make it easier for viewing

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KviDCAQKr5k



  • Talat Hussain, Javed Chaudhary, Kashif Abbasi and a couple more have an agenda to implement Bangladesh model. You can see it's trailer in their columns and shows every now and then. The only problem for them is that this model ends up with a person like sheikh haseena having 3/4th majority in the parliament.



  • Bechari Bhai,

    Who will be Pakistan's Sheikh Haseena? Mian Haseena, I suppose, huh?



  • IK knows if his balloon did not last long then how can a simple saathi(tehreek) last long





  • It may be the down to earthiness of Imran Khan or may be the Pakistani media does not consider him a viable politician, a vast majority of Pakistani interviewers behaves very abrasive, rowed and insolent with Imran Khan. In spite of that Imran Khan has the most improved communication skills among any of the current politicians and handles the media very well. I doubt these anchor persons would dare to do programs with Nawaz, Zardari or Altaf with such a frank, unrehearsed and un-filtered stream.



  • میں نے ابھی یہ انٹرویو نہیں سنا ہے

    اسمیں عمران خان نے ایسی کومنسی باتیں کی ہیں جو میرے انقلابی دوستوں کو ناگوار گزری ہیں؟

    میرا ایک بہت ہی پیارا اور پرانا انقلابی دوست علی عمران پہلی بار فرنٹ فورم پر عمران خان سے اپنی مایوسی کا اظہار کر رہا تھا

    http://pkpolitics.com/2013/01/02/live-with-talat-2-january-2013/#comment-439629



  • Today,i found Imran cornered for the first time,he is not so innocent as he posed.

    Imran defends Taliban everywhere while Gughadri brands them terrorists,even khawarij,lets find which is the binding FORCE between the two.

    I smell the seeds of another IJI,new Aslam Baigs & new Assad Durranis.

    Again establishment seems to win its agenda..

    Imran,Khuda k wasty aqal k nakhun lo or dil pr pathar rakh k Nawaz sy seat adjustment krlo.Wo in fraudyo sy boht behtar ha.Establishment us ky sakht khilaf ha or aap dono ka ittehad mulk bachany k lye boht zrori ha



  • engrabuzar saheb: I agree with your comment. If Imran Khan uses his brains and agrees for seat adjustment with Nawaz Sharif both parties would get benefited or else only PPP will get the maximum benefits of ten or more seats than what it deserves.



  • @ Bawa

    Its not that he did say something which is making his followers loose hopes... Its basically what he could not say in the interview which is shocking..

    For example he was completely clueless in giving a reason why people of Pakistan gathered in numbers for another person claiming "to bring the change" which supposedly is IK's copyrighted trademark...



  • اگر شریف خاندان مسلم لیگ کی جان چھوڑ دے تو عمران کو ان سے سیٹ ایڈجیسمنٹ کر لینی چاھیے ۔۔۔۔۔۔



  • Yes, alliance or seat adjustment of PMLN and PTI would be popular bcos both favoured and supported Taliban/Terrorists...

    But unfortaunately it will contracdict to both's manisfesto.



  • I also had the occasion to watch the interview. Imran Khan was as usual, same wordings and same logics except a few variations. For example he claimed his tsunami would start after the caretaker government takes over. One example of IRA was cut down by Talat that that was Independence movement by IRA terrorists and asked "Do you think Talibans are fighting Independence war", Imran Khan (sorry to say) could not reply properly. Another question about Maulana Tahirul Qadri gathered more than double under Minar Pakistan what Imran Khan gathered, his reply was "it is because people are utterly disgusted with the present government", this was a political answer by a political leader but it was having an aura of hollowness - at least I felt so, maybe I was wrong. In nut shell, Imran Khan's interview was just another interview.



  • Pakistan can survive and flourish only through an Internationally Acknowledged Model of Governance:

    1. Secular

    2. Democratic

    3. Communal Tolerance

    4. Rule of Law.

    Any other experiment would be mere waste of time, energy and might bring more chaos.



  • @IA Saab

    "In nut shell, Imran Khan's interview was just another interview. "

    
    That's why I don't watch his interviews.
    
    :)


  • That's why I don't watch his interviews.

    Shirazi bahi,

    then please spare us with your 2 cent's about Imran.



  • asif65 IMRAN KHAN IS NOW FINISHED FOREVER (The church is at fire, but the priest is more concerned to complete his sermon)

    As a matter of fact what IK was supposed to do already a very long time ago is being done now by TUQ and Altaf Husain effectively. I have never seen IK talking so much rubbish and so depressingly on Tv ever. I think knowing his very fragile political position he has got no idea now what to say and how to admit his total defeat politically. If I were him I would have either joined TUQ's mission immediately and openly, or would have resigned from politics altogether immediately. Most probably he will join when level B needed to be implemented. Had I in my mind to join level B I would rather do it now than later in order to be a significant part of TUQ's mission. Or perhaps TUQ doesn't need him any more.

    Can you remember, Asif, what I already informed you about this situation few days ago? Pakistan was never run from inside, and will also not happen in future as long remaining a beggar country. So one should study the causes of all those things happening outside Pakistan rather inside. That flow of Politics, as a matter of fact, decides the destiny of Pakistan. Most of us become often very angry and sentimental when you tell them that "hell with this kind of democracy that serves only the biggest thieves of Pakistan who call themselves the originators and saviors of this useless democracy supported by notoriously known establishment of Pakistan run by foreign establishments, indeed." Today India is much worse of in many cases than Pakistan is, also when it comes to human rights violation repeatedly. But the world doesn't protest or shout against that, why not? In India there are more religious problems than in Pakistan, but no outcry from world, why so? Just think about that! Ok, I tell you, India is not a beggar country, and there is no killing in the name of Namoos-s-Rissalat either. The third problem is that most of us follow Mulla's interpration of Qur'an, and also those Haddits that came much later and were full of political motivations more than anything else's. (I don't care if any mullas declare any Fatwa against me. I don't want to continue living in darkness any more).

    Our fourth and very childish problem is that being a beggar nation we want to dictate the whole world and force it to live as we do.

    The bottom line is that IK has already lost his political game completely.



  • @asif bahi

    That doesn't mean I don't know what he 'd said. I was charged up with pitching in with my two dollars you stopped me at 2 cents ...

    :)


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