"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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Full Name: Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
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How many & which adjective be used for our President?


No denying the fact that the people have suffered a lot on different counts since you took over the reins but at the same it will highly immoral on my part if I keep quiet and do not commend your one of the most commendable human gestures which is certainly and very profusely praised by all Pakistanis whether male or female living in the country or overseas.


I am referring to the news about Prof Dr Khalil Chishti, 82 years old virologist who had been languishing in a jail in Ajmer, India for past over 20 years and yesterday only he could fly back to Pakistan. Honestly speaking, the whole credit goes to none but exclusively to Asif Ali Zardari, President who took keen personal interest in Dr and spoke to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh when the former visited Ajmer a few weeks back on a purely one day private visit. Zardari has also specially sent one of plane of Presidential fleet to India to fly back Prof Dr Khalil who was officially accorded a warm welcome when he landed on the soil of Pakistan. Babar Ghauri, Minister for Shipping and Ports and Rehman Malik, Minister for Interior welcomed Prof at Islamabad airport. He was driven straight to President House and met President Zardari. I do not have any statistics to prove as to when it happened before but to the best of my knowledge and belief perhaps such incident is unprecedented in the history of Pakistan where President proved to be very much instrumental in getting back someone who had been wrongly implicated in a criminal case in an alien country. Dr Afia Siddiqui, Neuroscientist who is imprisoned in USA for long 86 years term is yet another case which needs your immediate personal attention.


Mr. President! You can certainly bring back smile on the faces of many and it is very much anticipated that you will do alike for many others too which in turn will raise your popularity scale to new heights and pave your way to continue working as President of Pakistan which perhaps is not a bad bargain in any case.


Don’t you agree with me Mr. President, may I dare ask?


Iqbal Hadi Zaidi / Kuwait /
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