Faculty meets Mr. Khan


Imran Khan
a.k.a. Imran Ahmad
Khan Niazi

عمران احمد خان نیازی
A meeting was held among Imran Khan and some renowned names in the Computer Software Research and Training: Dr Fakhar Lodhi, Dr Qaiser Durrani, Dr Zafar Iqbal, Belal Hashmi and Zia Imran (CEO, Vahzay) at the residence of Imran Khan today. Dr. Fakhan, Dr. Qaiser, Dr. Zafar and Belal Hashmi are senior permanent faculty members of FAST-NU, Lahore.

I myself voted for Imran Khan in Last elections. I might vote for him again. But at the same time I have to admit that he has a long way to run in order to prove that he is a good politician.

Some member commented on LMB couple of days ago mentioning that if the guy cannot unite his party, how can he unite his nation?

I won’t be exegerating it too far in saying that he doesn’t have a Party right now. He is the only representation of his Party and Manshoor. Hence, though I strongly believe that nobody doubt his intentions but he has to prove his abilities as a Politician.

It takes more than ego and self esteem to settle disputes, and mostly need of the time pushes you to find a middle way out. Afterall, its politics.

Its cliched to write “they discussed issues of bilateral interest” and I’ll refrain. I also don’t think that it was some kind of support by FAST-NU itself. But all I can hope for is, it proves fruitful for Pakistan in the long run.

As elections are approaching near day by day: What do you guys think of him? I need Lahori’s perspective as for the past many years, (by hook or by crook, fair or not) its been Muslim League who has been doing a clean sweap in Lahore. So lets hear what our Lahori Youth have to say about this guy?

Well, I say a ‘yay’ to him, almost! :)

2 Comments so far

  1. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on August 7th, 2007 @ 11:09 pm

    “its been Muslim League who has been doing a clean sweap in Lahore.”

    Tussi Clean Sweap de gal na karo, Muslim League nay tay “Guglyaaan” kara kara kay sada hal bayhal kar ditta ay :)

    I do not see Imran as a successful candidate, he needs 5 more years down the road to be a runner up in our political scene (thats a general point of view)…i might be wrong.


  2. Hasan Mubarak (unregistered) on August 8th, 2007 @ 1:25 am

    His party is totally a ‘One Man Show’.

    Plus, I won’t support any kind of political activity in educational institutions. We’ve had had enough of Jamiat and PSF…



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