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Why emergency in pakistan

03 Nov '07 08:51 pm
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kyonki the president musharraf wanted that i must be the next president
Answered by shyam, 20 Dec '07 12:56 pm

 
  
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it looked probable since long
Answered by sanjeev sharma, 03 Nov '07 09:02 pm

 
  
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same reason why it was in India?
Answered by ravi shanker behl, 03 Nov '07 08:54 pm

 
  
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just for a horror
Answered by varughese george, 03 Nov '07 08:51 pm

 
  
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More than three decades ago, India also experienced excesses of emergency when the then Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi had ordered imposition of emergency in the same way what now Mr. Musharaf is doing in Pakistan.

Smt. Gandhi could never tolerate any voice against her. She never hesitated in expelling in even prominent and VIP minister from her cabinet. After her defeat in the election petition filed by her opponent Raj Narayan she lost her mental balance and decided to teach opposition a lesson. In the first morning after imposition of emergency all opposition leaders throughout the country were taken into custody and they remained in jail as long as emergency was in force. All fundamental rights provided in the Constitution were suspended. Even the basis structure of the Constitution was altered through 42nd Amendment. And she did what was not normally supposed to happen in a civilized society.

BUT when her sin crossed the limit she realized her fault and at that time it wa ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 05 Nov '07 06:46 am

 
  
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Predicting the disturbing judgement from the Supreme Court which was scented to be adverse for Mashaaraff. Here in India, after getting the judgement of Allahabad High Court, disqualifying IG's election as an MP
Answered by Ramaswamy Nagarajan, 03 Nov '07 08:57 pm

 
  
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to pave way for authoritarian rule
Answered by supani ravela rao, 03 Nov '07 08:52 pm

 
  
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