Every Pakistani Prime Minister destined to jail?

Raja Pervez Ashraf, Yousuf Raza Gilani, Benazir, Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, or any other nominee, the prime minister, had to go to jail anyway.

Raja Pervez Ashraf, Yousuf Raza Gilani, Benazir, Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, or any other nominee, the prime minister, had to go to jail anyway.

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This is a prediction or prediction of Pakistan’s history as a student, which may prove wrong. It seems as if the destiny of every prime minister of Pakistan will now be in jail, whether he has been prime minister for a few months or has been elected three times and agreed to the ministry. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, like Ahsan Iqbal, was not arrested but Shumai fate that he became prime minister for a few months. After being the Prime Minister, his arrest in the hands of the NAB was open secret because the purpose was to arrest and humiliate the Prime Minister and not to put Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in a trial. Raja Pervez Ashraf, Yousuf Raza Gilani or any other designated subordinate prime minister had to go to jail anyway. So for all the politicians who are dreaming of the Ministry of Justice or are wishing for it, practice going to jail right now so that they will not complain of suffering later. I am not a student of astrology or chemistry or spirituality that I have 100% confidence in my prediction, I am a history student, and in that regard I guess and look into the future.

At night, after hearing of former Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s dangerous illness, the arrival of the hospital, the protest of the Muslim League leadership and the sarcasm of government spokespersons, I have repeatedly felt that a large amount of material was hidden in the incident. The former prime minister, accustomed to being treated in London, is suffering from illness and surveillance in prison, tears in the eyes of the former powerful chief minister, his aching stomach repeatedly swirling in the rotations of patients at the same hospital where he never hit his arrival, the sick Mary Nawaz, in prison and anxious to meet her father, is all a place to think and think, how weak and helpless can such a powerful man be. Still, if we do not consider the power of the system and do not learn a lesson, how to remove the curtains from the eyes.

Ask politics the truth of your place, humanity, your place; I think I am lost in the valley of grief. That Mian Nawaz Sharif left Pakistan to leave prison for life and death, and returned to Pakistan to go to jail, along with Maryam for jailing. The father and daughter were trailing behind bars when news of Ms Kulsoom Nawaz’s death came. At the extreme of helplessness, Mian Sahib wanted to speak to him shortly before his wife’s death, but despite repeated requests, the Superintendent Jail did not speak.

Where the Prime Minister, in whose name the government officials were well known, was now forced to accommodate a Grade 18 officer. When the news of Begum Kalsoom’s death came to Mary, she was shocked. Mian Sahib fell in love with his life. Take a look at the current scenario, leaving out the details of the medium. Mian is seriously ill; doctors are worried that blood test results are worrying. The government is reluctant to allow them to go to London for treatment by releasing them on payroll, but if they do, it will improve the government graph.

Son-in-law Captain Safdar has been arrested on charges of laughing at him and under which at least half of the cabinet cases can be registered. The point of view is that to date, neither corruption has been proved nor a slowdown has been achieved, however unilateral propaganda has been going on for the last one and half years and propaganda has any effect. Why do I say that the destiny of every Prime Minister of Pakistan is jail, so candidates who want to become Prime Minister should prepare for it.

Just look at its history, the first Prime Minister of Pakistan who had to endure the imprisonment and imprisonment was Hussein Shaheed Suhrawardy. He, who took part in the movement for independence, remained the Chief Minister of Bengal, and presented a resolution to achieve Pakistan in the Delhi Convention of 1946. Suhrawardy was the first Prime Minister to visit China but was arrested in 1962 under the Ayub Martial Law. The crime was that he stubbornly opposed martial law.

The dictator’s government did his part to make him suspicious. After that, no Prime Minister, except Junejo, who has not had to eat in jail. Junejo was rescued from prison by cancer and the untimely death of General Ziaul Haq.

After General Zia-ul-Haq, Benazir Bhutto, Mian Nawaz Sharif, Yousuf Raza Gilani, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi became the Prime Minister of Pakistan. All are under NAB torture and have gone through jail trials. The dictatorial governments play a very scientific way for the political prime minister to clear his political path. But sadly, political governments themselves treat their opponents the same. As a result, politics in Pakistan has become another name for abuse and corruption, which has not only weakened the foundations of democracy but has also, deprived the people of this system.

One of the biggest achievements of the PTI government is the continued role of politicians and the imprisonment of the former prime minister. In short, if predicted based on the history of Pakistan, it seems that the destiny of every Prime Minister of Pakistan is jail and this is probably the end of the Pakistani ministry.


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