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Judges and Generals in Pakistan Volume II

History


by
Inam Sehri

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 402 pages

File size: 503 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Judges & Generals In Pakistan: Vol-II by Inam R Sehri is another book comprising of his articles [in continuity with Vol-I]; mostly covering the historical scenarios of Gen Musharraf’s military regime from years 2000-08. The main emphasis remained on militarized governance and alleged compromises of the Supreme judiciary. Vicious accounts of corruption are also there to prove that very few military Generals were equally competent to plunder the national wealth at par with bureaucrats & politicians. Death of Benazir Bhutto is discussed in detail. Facts about the judicial turmoil (2007), sending home the Chief Justice, reinstating and putting him [along with his fellow judges] in illegal confinement, are all set inside.

Judges & Generals In Pakistan: Vol-II by Inam R Sehri is another book comprising of his articles [in continuity with Vol-I]; mostly covering the historical scenarios of Gen Musharraf’s military regime from years 2000-08. The main emphasis remained on militarized governance and alleged compromises of the Supreme judiciary. Vicious accounts of corruption are also there to prove that very few military Generals were equally competent to plunder the national wealth… (more)

Judges & Generals In Pakistan: Vol-II by Inam R Sehri is another book comprising of his articles [in continuity with Vol-I]; mostly covering the historical scenarios of Gen Musharraf’s military regime from years 2000-08. The main emphasis remained on militarized governance and alleged compromises of the Supreme judiciary. Vicious accounts of corruption are also there to prove that very few military Generals were equally competent to plunder the national wealth at par with bureaucrats & politicians. Death of Benazir Bhutto is discussed in detail. Facts about the judicial turmoil (2007), sending home the Chief Justice, reinstating and putting him [along with his fellow judges] in illegal confinement, are all set inside.

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