Senator Rehman Malik

  • As a nation, we are going under unending confusion and have polarised opinions on our national issues. We get carried away without getting into the depth of matters. We have been suffering for the last 70 years between democracy and dictatorship. We are neither happy with democracy nor with ...

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  • I feel upset to point out that as a country, we are in a trap now due to our multiple internal and external mistakes. I may not be wrong if I say that we have not learned to steer the country out from crises and we really need to gear in honest and aggressive measures for nation building and ...

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  • I have been consistently advocating, authoring, and warning the world about the expansion of Daesh and its misuse in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and other South Asian Countries.In 2014, Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had visited Iraq and met with Daesh head to create working ...

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  • Emerging research shows that there are allegations of rigging and stealing the power of vote meant for democracy starting from the USA to Europe and then South Asia and Pacific Asia while the common complaint is of rigging. The champion of democracy has been seen openly alleging this complaint of ...

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  • I have been watching the fast growth of Daesh in the region and I was the first one who pointed out the presence of ISIS, but successive governments have been refusing to accept its presence just as a policy. In fact, I have always been advocating that Daesh is very much in Pakistan. The Daesh ...

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  • September 15, 2020 was another unforgettable day in the parliamentary history of Pakistan when a joint session was summoned to pass FATF’s dictated legislation. The joint session was actually forced in by FATF and we as a nation are turned to be helpless to say ‘no’ to the ...

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  • Saudi Arabia has always acted as an elder brother by standing with Pakistan during the most difficult crises. It was HRH King Faysal bin Saud who sent spare parts for fighter jets and stood openly with Pakistan during the Indo-Pak war in 1965.There were many difficult moments where Saudi ...

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  • Israel is now emerging as a mighty power due to solid support from the USA during the recent past. It seems that both the US and Israel have solidified their co-existence and both are moving with a specific agenda.Let us discuss how the west brought Israel into existence and how it was planted in ...

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  • In view of the developments regarding Pakistan’s trial under FATF over allegations of money laundering and terrorist financing, I, as Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior, have examined this matter at depth legally and I would like to state these facts regarding the illegal acts of ...

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  • Kashmiri mothers are fighting for the freedom of Kashmir even after sacrificing their sons. They have demonstrated their courage and have refused to bow before the aggression of PM Modi despite losing their beloved children. I have narrated the perspective of a Kashmiri as under.“I am a ...

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  • Despite the advice of Indian advisors to PM Modi to not take on China, Modi undertook a venture against China and brought embarrassment to India with heavy casualties on the eastern Ladakh border. The general public in India feels that PM Modi owes an explanation to his Lok Sabha and the public as ...

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  • FATF sanctions via the Grey List are in fact economic restrictions and it is a well-known internationally-recognised fact that economic restrictions are basically applied only to cripple the economy of a country. Pakistan has experienced direct economic sanctions/restrictions by the USA in the ...

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  • I would like to analyse the present Indo-China row and threats to South Asian peace and the role of world powers especially Russia, USA, and Australia; where do we stand as a neighbour of highly-hostile India? We need to understand why this region has been selected by world powers to destabilise ...

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  • The nation was expecting a bed of roses two years ago. This perception was created through Pakistani media for the current ruling party to push it into power by a mighty business group that funded and supported it at all levels. The government remained confused initially because of the hangover in ...

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  • Our government, instead of giving optimistic statements on the Indo-China conflict, should in fact give deep thought to the repercussions of this conflict. Let us not forget the statement of Henry Kissinger after the debacle of East Pakistan. We need to observe the developments very carefully, ...

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  • Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was a great leader and a great mother for her kids and a great wife for her husband Asif Ali Zardari and a lovely sister for her brothers. She was a great teacher and was very fond of books. I travelled around the world with her as a political advisor to meet world ...

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  • The poor masses and government employees had great hopes to benefit from the budget, but it brought disappointments instead of providing any relief. I would like to point out that the current budget is nothing but playing with the statistical figures just to complete the usual budget ...

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  • While fighting the war on terror against Zaliman, I confronted them for five years as Interior Minister and for over two decades in the FIA as Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) at various positions. During that period, I had a chance of dealing with the Law Enforcement Agencies ...

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  • Since its outbreak in Pakistan, I have been observing our national approach against coronavirus very closely and I feel that right from day one, as a nation, we are confused in our day-to-day actions. Corona is given a free hand in Pakistan to make its entry from any direction as by now, the mighty ...

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  • Since day one, I have been urging the government of Pakistan to take the matter of continuous unprovoked Indian aggression across the Line of Control (LoC) and targeting the civilian population to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) as the aggressive Indian policy towards its neighbors is ...

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  • The world seems to have touched the height of what it means to be ‘hi-tech’ and claims ultimate achievements in the fields of medical, science and technology. Man was proud of multiple inventions and discoveries such as laser surgeries, heart replacement, and many others in the field of ...

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  • India has gone by default in the hands of notorious criminals who came to power with their own criminal writ, and both remained openly involved in their criminal activities including mass killings and murdering selected opponents through police encounters and highly-trained RSS agents. India has ...

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  • It is hard to figure out why the US is expressing annoyance with India, as President Donald Trump showed unexpected irritation during his visit to India and expressed it openly in a huge gathering which was arranged by PM Narendra Modi in his honour. PM Modi was looking visually distressed and ...

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  • In the Pulitzer-winning picture recently gaining traction, the eyes of a female child have been taken away as a result of pelting from Indian troops. This brutal act has pushed this young child into the dark and she will never be able to see her loved ones and the beauty of nature for the rest of ...

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  • This one-gram virus is becoming more lethal than the nuclear bomb. It has created a hysterical situation among world leadership. Unsubstantiated blame games at the global level can lead to an irreversible cycle of the war of words, which may lead to a serious divide in the international community, ...

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  • I have done a detailed study as to how this corona epidemic is going to affect our economy and what measures we should take to survive in the coming months. I would therefore like to draw the attention of our PM as well as the government’s financial team and the Governor of the State Bank of ...

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  • I have been advocating for a lockdown and medical emergency since 27 February. The government is confused and till now those sitting in power are confused even on the definition of a lockdown; which is a complete lockdown in the rest of the world which is called a smart lockdown. For God’s ...

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  • The world has been invaded by the corona force which crippled the world and is attacking every country without discrimination. We learned about this force’s attack through the media and China, who was the prime target. In my second article, I had stated that it did not originate in China but ...

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  • The title is dreadful and looking at it one feels that all the three bring death and misery to humanity. People have turned their houses into trenches as it is the only way to protect themselves to go into self-isolation. The fear of Coronavirus has forced all ages of people to be locked in the ...

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  • After the phenomenal success of Hussain Sherazi’s first book Babu Nagar, he has now written another masterpiece Dawat-e-Sheraz, and I am proud to read it and give my humble comments on it. This book is a true reflection of former bureaucrat Hussain Ahmed Sherazi. I have a very old association ...

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