LUMS in Focus

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13 Comments so far

  1. Teeth Maestro (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 3:17 am

    LUMS and Lahore made each and every Pakistani Proud well done guys – our prayers are with you every step of the way


  2. zs (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 3:24 am

    very very brave. the time of the dictator is coming to an end.


  3. Lahori (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 3:50 am

    How stupid you can get?

    This is xactly how apne paon teh Kulhaaree maaree jaandee hey.

    Does any body know what they are protesting for? Thora sabr karo, you will have channels 15 days more. Let the guy do his job and suspend your liberties for a while, which by the way have not been impeded.


  4. Jahanara (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 6:03 am

    Thank you LUMS. You made us proud. Thank you, thank you, thank you for standing up.


  5. Jamsheed (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 8:28 am

    I agree with Jamsheed. Give it some time..not all parties in this are innocent..neither is the CJ or Imran khan or Benazir. All are political opportunists.

    WTF is sad about Imran Khan is that he was pleading to the US for help. While two months ago the same guy was saying that Musharraf is a puppet for the US and he doesn’t like it. What f*&king hypocrisy !

    I think 80% of the ppl in the marches are there just because something other than the usual is happening and they want to vent thier frustration (for this or other matters) and they are finally getting to do nothing and just complain !

    I am despise ppl who don’t have the sense to differentiate a dictator like Saddam from ppl like Musharraf.

    Musharraf got Pakistan out of misery like no other politician we know of. He’s trying to fight for Pakistan in all the media circles, trying to give it a good name, better image, but ppl still think he is screwing around. You forget how much Pakistan prospered in his tenure? How much investment came in?

    And WTF does LUMS have to do with this. Why the f*&k should we be proud of LUMS? Anybody and everybody can standup and start complaining. It take more balls to join the army and fight to protect the country’s borders.


  6. Tahir (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 8:59 am

    In response to Mr. Jamsheed’s following post:

    >And WTF does LUMS have to do with this. Why the >f*&k should we be proud of LUMS? Anybody and >everybody can standup and start complaining. It >take more balls to join the army and fight to >protect the country’s borders.

    Protect the country how? By lending support to a shamelessly selfish dictator like Musharraf who is brutally repressing innocent and unarmed civilians? If the army wants to protect the country, it should get rid of the traitor who is the pathetically mediocre COAS of an otherwise competent and patriotic army.


  7. Fauzan (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 9:21 am

    @ Tahir. Thank you. Good to know that there are still people around who have the (not so) common sense to see that Pro Army DOES NOT EQUAL TO Pro Musharraf! It’s not as convenient as simply ‘getting rid of’ an active Chief of Army Staff. Do you realize what it would further entail if such a move is made within the Army? We are looking at a massive divide within the top brass that will eventually traverse down to the very soldiers who follow orders and are in the fore-front of all pitched battles.

    The govt has made some really rash decisions in the past and in the present. There is no denying that. But to blatantly support the likes of those who presume to be the bearers of justice and democracy is not wise either. No one is an innocent party in all of this. Not the General, Not the CJP, Not the media, and neither the politicians.

    We are a sentimental nation… highly charged on emotions so to speak. We are the one’s who torched and blazed our own buildings and infrastructure when across the continent, Denmark published cartoons of Hazrat Mohammad (P.B.U.H). Why can’t we see where it leads to for at least a week? Why do we have to blaze up as if we were born doused in petrol? There is insurmountable international pressure on Islamabad from all across the world. The President would be foolish so as to keep the Emergency Rule on for any thing beyond a few more weeks. Why not wait and see whether Islamabad delivers the promise it has made? As for the protests… nothing has stopped us ever before from protesting and I doubt it ever will.

    Note: My loyalties lie with the country and its army. Not with the lawyers and the biased media and the politicians. Personally, nothing would please me more than to see Musharraf leave the position of COAS and let the army loose. Just so everyone knows that before blatantly letting loose a cyclone of ‘traitor… traitor’ in response to my post :)

    Pakistan Zindabad


  8. VOICE OF PAKISTAN (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 10:21 am

    Iftikhar Chaudry took oath under PCO and now he is against the PCO and you people are supporting him if Iftikhar was so loyal to Pakistan than why did he took oath under PCO , LUMS guys have totally lost there senses…go and concentrate on your studies


  9. suh (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 10:24 am

    i think people have gone out of hands here, and there hatred for mush has turned evil thiefs like chief justic into heros.

    people are not even thinking anymore.

    i bet you 80% of protestors dnt even know why mush has imposed emergancy.
    yeh hai haal hamare mulk ka


  10. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 1:19 pm

    SUH, tell us why MUSH imposed emergency? :-)


  11. Farrukh (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 3:33 pm

    100% of ppl at LUMS know what we are doing and what our objective is. Ppl like lahor1 and jamsheed havent moved from their bed since emergency. I want them to go out and observe the situation with their own eyes,


  12. imran (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 4:48 pm

    The real traitor is Mush the poodle of Bush. He promised to restore democracy in 2002, leave uniform in 2004, then in 2007, accept all verdicts of courts and thousands more. He surpassed his baap Zia in lies.

    DHAKAY DIAN KHOTIAN
    KARGIL DIAN KHOTIAN
    WAZIRASTAN DIAN KHOTIAN

    Supereme Court Aan KHLOTIAN

    Stop concuring your own land fauji goondo.


  13. bluangelo (unregistered) on November 8th, 2007 @ 11:42 pm

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