You have to stand guard over the development and maintenance of democracy, social justice and the equality of mankind in your own native soil. [Mohammed Ali Jinnah]

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Phone Numbers of Key Politicians.

Call/SMS people in the government and other big shots.

It is your duty to convey your political voice to these people who have played a major role in turning this country into what it is, and they can also make a difference to its future. I'd personally recommend you to be polite but firm and rational. Nonetheless, its upto you. Enjoy

Mubashir Luqman (Minister): 0300-8562364-
Salman Taseer (Minister): 0300-8442933
Abdul Hafeez Pirzada 0300-8213179
Akram Sheikh 0333-5135199
Aman Ullah Khan Jadoon 0303-7382920
Bahar Khan Ghauri 0300-5559090Col
Bashir 0300-5001331Daniyal 0333-5141400
Faisal Saleh Hayat 0300-8444798
Farhat Ullah Babar 0300-8552543
Khurshid M. Kasuri 0300-8507199
M.A Durrani 0300-8453883
Najam uddin Sheikh 0303-7240220
Raza Hayat Hiraj 0333-5211786
Saleh Hayat 0300-5793993
Shafqat Abbas PRO PM House0333-5181614
Sheikh Waqas Sec. Finance 0321-5175091
Wasi Zafar 0301-3001720
Syed Marwat Ali Shah I.G Islamabad 051-9212006 Res-051-9270635
Ejaz ul Haq 0300-5553777
M.A Durrani: 0300-8453883
Shaikh Rasheed: 0300-8554242
Aftab Sherpao: 0300-5008339
Farooq Sattar: 0300-5002520/ 0300-8297290/ 0300-8278497
Mushaid Hussain: 0300-5006056
Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao: 0300-5008339
Ch.Pervaiz Elahi: 042-5712666
Asfand Yar Wali: 0333-9101849
Raja Basharat: 0300-8554188
Hyder Abbas Rizvi MQM 0300-8219090
Farooq Sattar MNA, MQM Politician 0300-5002520 0300-8297290
Babar Ghouri Fed Minister, MQM Politician 0300-5559090

Half of Pakistanis suspect officials’ hand in Benazir’s death: poll

From The News, Sunday, Jan 13

ISLAMABAD: Almost half of all the Pakistanis believed that the government-allied agencies or politicians were responsible for the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, according to a survey released on Saturday.Meanwhile, more than half backed Bilawal as the right person to succeed Benazir as the new party chief, the poll by Gallup Pakistan said.The survey said 23 per cent of the people suspected the government intelligence or security agencies of being responsible for Benazir’s killing, and a further 25 per cent believed the government-allied politicians were to blame.Only 17 per cent of the Pakistanis believed the official account of the government that Al-Qaeda militants were to blame.Benazir herself accused several senior government and intelligence officials of plotting to kill her following a double suicide attack on a parade to welcome her home from exile in October last year.Twelve per cent suspected the United States, and four per cent blamed India.On Benazir’s succession, 53 per cent of those questioned said the PPP had made the right decision to choose Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as its new chairman.A further 28 per cent said it was wrong and 19 per cent said they did not know.Gallup Pakistan said it interviewed 1,300 men and women in towns and cities across Pakistan and the poll carried a margin of error of plus or minus five percentage points.