Tuesday September 06, 2016
General, You Are In Violation of Writ of State
General Musharraf has constantly blamed Balochis of violating the writ of government. His forces have killed several hundred Balochis and uprooted several thousands from their homes in order to establish writ of government in Balochistan.
What is writ of government?
Writ of government is nothing but extension of writ of state. If the violators of the writ of government are worth killing what about those who violate the writ of the state?
The fact of the matter is violating the writ of state is more serious crime than violating the writ of government.
People do have a right to violate the writ of government if they feel government does not represent them.
If people of Balochistan are violating the writ of government they are doing so, because they genuinely and rightfully believe that general Musharraf is a usurper and he is illegitimate president of Pakistan.
The people of other three provinces need to stand by their Baloch brothers and sisters and replace general Musharraf with a legitimate and constitutionally elected president. If they don’t do it for some reason, they run the risk of losing Balochistan and breaking Pakistan like 1971. If they join their Balochi brothers and sisters and replace general Musharraf with a legitimate and constitutionally elected president, they stand for a right thing and save Pakistan.
Generals Musharraf, Mahmood and Aziz violated the writ of state on October 12, 1999 which is a more serious crime than violating the writ of government. General Musharraf is still holding the office of COAS and President of Pakistan illegitimately in violation of the writ of state of Pakistan.
The constitution of Pakistan calls this violation an act of high treason which is punishable by death sentence.
Those who are killing innocent Balochis must know that the real culprits are generals Musharraf, Aziz and Mahmood. Instead of following general Musharraf’s orders and killing innocent Balochis, they should arrest general Musharraf and try him along with general Mahmood and Aziz under the article 6 of the constitution of Pakistan.
Those who are in violation of writ of state cannot establish writ of government. The writ of government gets legitimacy from the constitution, and constitution holds them responsible under act of high treason.
Is anyone in Pakistan interested in establishing writ of state to put the country on the track of rule of law, constitutionalism and democracy?
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