Even the Pakistan Supreme Court, itself a victim of a military dictatorship, was asked to adjudicate what has come to be referred to as “Memogate”. If it goes by the evidence collected by the Pakistan military Inter-Services Intelligence Chief Lt-Gen Sujha Pasha to discredit the democratically elected civilian federal government and maybe not the history of Pakistan it will willy-nilly contribute towards the destruction of Pakistan.
The contents of the memo were certainly bizarre and tantamount to conspiring against Pakistan military that the ISI and national security, besides having a great moral dimension on its population.
“But to trace out the perpetrators of this memo which incidentally features a serious implication because of the national security, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has been approached to determine exactly the exact same. ‘There is certainly a need to completely examine the information and circumstances leading to the conception and issuance of their Me Mo’, so has said the Chief of the Army workers about the memo issue. The spirit behind writing and also passing around the memo to US CJCS needs to become dispassionately investigated. No matter the truth that comes out from the investigations, it can possess the potential to drive Pakistan and the US towards a risky confrontation. Therefore instead of casting reckless aspersions about the Pakistan’s security establishment, it will be best for opinion manufacturers to wait for your Supreme Court’s verdict on the real authors of this memo-gate affair.”
Its outside sovereignty is at risk from your isolationism adopted from the military as well as also the ‘national consensus’. As outlined in Mark Duffield’s worldwide Governance and the brand new War, the ‘liberal’ world dominion today links growth to security and finds in the practice of exclusion – and -during language policy in East Pakistan and Blasphemy Law in Pakistan) – underneath nationalism a cause of internal chaos and external war. ”