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(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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User Name: Iqbal_Hadi_Zaidi
Full Name: Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
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Did Obama order us not be in Dhaka?

Today Pakistan is playing final against Bangldesh in Dhaka in Asia Cricket Cup but very much surprisingly none either from the government or the opposition went to Dhaka to cheer up our team which is playing for the country in any case. President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani have time and again gone on many overseas trips to almost each continent and that too even along with their friends or unconcerned persons all at the expense of our national exchequer but alas to day when our national pride so far as cricket is concerned they just ignored it. From opposition side also nobody flew to Dhaka which is very much shocking. I wonder why Imran Khan did not go who is our former cricket captain in any case. What can be the excuse for former president Gen ® Pervez Musharraf not to be with the team when he will need their votes in any case if contesting forthcoming general elections? Mian Nawaz Sharif too had been too loud in boasting that he is very popular and loved by all the people but regretfully he is absenting in Dhaka though simple courtesy demanded that he should have been there.

 

Psychologically our team must be feeling pinch not to find any of our VIP in the ground whereas Bangladeshi Prime Minister is very much in the ground and watching the match. Who has the answer for our total absence, if not Obama, may I dare ask you both individually and collectively?

 

Iqbal Hadi Zaidi / Kuwait
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