Why is ‘Aata’ now available?


And they say it was an artificial crisis caused by smuggling of wheat to Afghanistan, Central Asia; fueled by evil intentions of the stockists; worsened by unplanned exports by the government; and hyped by bulk consumer purchases…

What factor do you blame the most?

4 Comments so far

  1. suh (unregistered) on February 29th, 2008 @ 3:20 am

    crises like the recent crises of wheat, gas and power was really surprising as any government towards the end of their tenure and near the elections will want to see a peaceful country were they could get elected again, but here the opposite had happened and there was major turmoil with food shortages, now why would any government like this to happen, they would surely try and erase such things before the elections, was this another conspiracy against the government, if it was then again who could have been involved. (no thinking required)

    It is now time to produce the real culprit and expose the conspiracy

  2. Momekh (unregistered) on February 29th, 2008 @ 6:48 pm

    I sometimes think that wheat crises was just a botched up attempt at controlling the masses with fear. ‘Botched up’ because the elections threw the powers-that-be out the window. Or did they? Is PML-Q the culprit here? The agencies? Musharaf saab?

    No one knows. Only circumstantial evidence, which points to PML-Q. The problem with ‘circumstantial’ evidence is that you catch the culprit because you have proof, and proof essentially is information, and information can be doctored.

    God guide us all, aameen,


  3. Audi_a8 (unregistered) on March 1st, 2008 @ 8:37 pm

    Qateel aka Q League…created this crisis and smuggled it to spend this money in their election campaign….I am still unable to understand ..where did all the money to advertizment during elections came..

  4. Aamir Ali (unregistered) on March 2nd, 2008 @ 2:01 am


    If Q-League wanted to win elections, then they would not create crisis.

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