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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Zardari Said Musharraf Will Have To Leave Office---Wikileaks

Wikileaks continues disclosing diplomatic documents about Pakistan. In its latest disclosure, it is reported that president Zardari was afraid if the Chief justice Iftekhar Muhammad Chaudhary was reinstated. He was going to dismiss former DG ISI Liutenant General Nadeem Taj on the charge of incapability after the firing on his residence in Karachi. In other latest letter sent by American Ambassador, president Zardari had concerns about his safety after general elections. He was afraid of Cheif Justice because he thought if Supreme court decided against the elections held by Musharraf and dismissed the in illegibility charges against Nawazar Sharif then he could reach to to the assembly. He also informed the Ambassodor that he was not satisfied with the performane of Nadeem Taj and he should be fired. He said that Musharraf has hanged sword of cases above his head but he did not know that Zardari was his "life line". Zardari also said that Musharraf will have to leave his office one day. Wikileaks also disclosed that Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kiani had removed the military officers appointed by Musharraf and appointed officers of his choice. According to the documents of September 2008, in the meeting between Admiral Mike Mullen and Army Chief,the later said he was going to remove officers of Musharraf time and would appoint others to increase his effectiveness in the military operations specially in the operations of ISI. Documents further says that for this Kiani was going to adopt the routine transfer and promotion procedures. So on September 4 Tariq Khan was appointed as new Inspector General of Frontier corp, while on 29 September 7 Major Generals were promoted as Lt Generals. Wikileaks disclosed that Attorney General resigned from the office in 2007 on the suspension of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary but document says USA was trying since 2007 to dismiss Makhdoom Ali Khan the Attorney General. ,

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