Get more stuff like this
in your inbox
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.
Pakistan is one of the countries where the system of government has been hanging between democracy and martial law. Many martial laws since the establishment of Pakistan have sometimes brought politicians to power and sometimes made them run away. went-
That is why these politicians, when they are in government, make a barrage of accusations against their opponents and do not even refrain from setting up cases of sedition and treason against their opponents. A case of treason has been filed against the followers by a citizen which is being echoed in Pakistani politics and is being debated by the government circles and the opposition.
But remember that this is not the first case of treason that has been filed against a politician. Politicians have been accused of this in different periods before. Today we will tell you about the politicians who This allegation has been made in the past.
1. Fatima Jinnah
Yes Mother of the Nation Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah Accused Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s sister was first accused by Ayub Khan during his election campaign in the sixties – Ayub Khan accused Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah that he was Khan Abdul Ghaffar Together with Khan, they want to tear Pakistan to pieces and make Pakistan, but time has proved that this allegation was based on outright lies and was made only to win the elections.
2. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
It is very sad for Pakistan in the seventies that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Sheikh Mujibur Rehman were the main opponents of the election at that time.
In a recent speech, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, referring to Sheikh Mujibur Rehman, said that he should not be forced to become Sheikh Mujibur Rehman.
Sheikh Mujibur Rehman has been called the leader of East Pakistan while Mufrabi has been calling him a traitor of Pakistan and blamed him for the fall of Dhaka.
3. Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Awami Party chief Khan Abdul Ghaffar was from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
His father Khan Abdul Wali Khan was said to have opposed the formation of Pakistan and the partition of India, and that is why the Awami Party and its The leaders have been repeatedly accused of being a pro-United Pakhtunistan party and seeking to break up Pakistan, so they often face charges of treason from the very beginning of Pakistan.
4. Altaf Hussain
Muttahida Qaumi Moment (MQM) leader Altaf Hussain ruled Karachi for a long time without participation, but when various cases were filed against him, he sought political asylum in the UK.
He continued to run his party but some of his emotional speeches declared him a traitor and cases were registered against him in various police stations and he was declared a traitor and banned.
5. Akbar Bugti
Nawab Akbar Bugti’s pragmatic politics began in 2005 when he announced a protest against the federal government’s use of Balochistan’s resources, and several talks with the federal government in this regard failed.
After which he declared war according to tribal custom and took up residence in the mountains.
He is also said to have openly supported the decision of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to overthrow Dhaka which led to him being declared a traitor.
Was killed in a military operation.
6. Pervez Musharra
Pervez Musharraf’s treason case was set up during Nawaz Sharif’s rule.
He has been charged with treason for violating the constitution and declaring a state of emergency in the country, among which he has been sentenced to death.
But he is out of the country, so the sentence could not be carried out.
7. Nawaz Sharif
An ordinary citizen has registered an FIR of treason against Nawaz Sharif and other members of his party by an ordinary citizen Badar Rashid.
In this regard, some TV channels say that this person is a PTI worker, while in this regard, government circles say that this FIR does not include the consent of the government and government circles also say that It is possible that the FIR was framed at the behest of the PML-N to blame government circles.