Pak civil society strives for Musharrafs ouster: Asma JehangirApril 17th, 2008 - 4:40 pm ICT by admin
Lahore, Apr 17 (ANI): Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Chairperson Asma Jehangir has said that the civil societys struggle would continue until President Pervez Musharraf is ousted.
Speaking at a seminar titled Go Musharraf Go, Jehangir said it was Musharraf who promoted the Muk Mukaa (reconciliation) and fascist cultures in the country.
Musharraf is a friend of dictators and backed by dictators, The News quoted her, as saying.
Jehangir blamed Musharraf for the violation of law, launching a military operation in Balochistan, rise in poverty, torture on media and gas crisis.
She went on to say that the civil society had to take a stand that anyone who had committed crimes - whether in the name of religion or politics - be punished for his deeds. (ANI)
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