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June 27th, 2012, 12:20 pm #1

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 27th, 2012, 12:23 pm #2

yea yea, and saudi arabia just handed over abu jundal to India. The same abu jundal who was the mastermind of 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, 2008.

Guess where abu jundal was trained?
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June 27th, 2012, 12:30 pm #3

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Uh, with the last name of Singh wouldn't he, technically, be a Sikh terrorist?



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June 27th, 2012, 3:27 pm #4

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
When did spies became terrorist ? If he is a terrorist, what would one call REAL terrorists from Pakiland ? 'Super Terrorists' ??


Provost, Although just in this particular instance, Prado is as usual displaying his pakiness and mistaking a sikh for a Hindu, in general 'singh' is used as a last name by both Hindus and Sikhs in Northern India. But people generally associate Singh with Sikhs and not Hindus because while all Sikhs use 'Singh' as their last name, only some Hindus (from Northern India) use it in their last name.

'Singh' is derived from Hindu Sanskrit word - Simha which means Lion.It was since centuries used as a mark of respect to designate certain warrior Hindu castes of Northern India. When the last Sikh Guru wanted to fight the Mughals, he turned Sikhism (which till then was seen as another 'bhakti branch' of Hinduism ) into a 'Martial faith' and made mandatory for sikhs to have 'singh' as a last name to identify oneself as a "warrior".

Just FYI, Singapore is an anglisised name for the original sanskrit word 'Singapura' which means 'Lion city'.



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June 27th, 2012, 3:50 pm #5

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Confession of terrorist sent by india


what from 1:13 where he confessed he was sent by RAW to conduct terrorist activity in Lahore... 24 pakistanis died as a result of his terrorism


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Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 27th, 2012, 11:17 pm #6

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Hmm a Paki posting a confession..lol, there's something really wrong with this scenario!

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June 28th, 2012, 4:40 am #7

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
another dirty Hindu confessing his terrorist activity



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Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 28th, 2012, 4:41 am #8

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
hindus on this forum denial of thier country;s terrorism.... you guys are like ostriches.....



Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 28th, 2012, 5:15 am #9

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


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them hendoos. 1o1o1o1o1o1!!

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June 28th, 2012, 6:31 am #10

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
arseclown from ur own source :

Surjeet Singh is to be released after
spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan
on spying charges.


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June 28th, 2012, 10:10 am #11

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
no jackass..you dont know any thing

he is a terrorist involved in mass murder the some elements of the media has messed up the name, many spies are capturied in pakistan that serve life sentences,, the people are not concerned with that what they are concerned with a convicted terror bomber is being allowed to set free. the is an uproar in pakistan about his this homo's relase.

i say hang the mother phucker... send a strong message all hindu terrorists out there. slap one an the other fall in line.




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Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 28th, 2012, 10:16 am #12

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Qoute:

"Sarabjit is facing gallows for the past 22 years in a Lahore prison after being convicted for being behind a series of blasts"

http://gulfnews.com/news/world/india/fr ... -1.1041362

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Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 28th, 2012, 10:32 am #13

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


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^ so a terrorist has been waiting for 22 years to be hanged. :clap: :clap: what r u waiting for? and the guy really released SURJEET SINGH was charged with spying and espionage by the pious regime of Zia-ul-haq .

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June 28th, 2012, 11:16 am #14

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


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This is surjeet singh you ******* imbecile..not Sarabjit...LOL!


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June 28th, 2012, 11:58 am #15

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By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Prado, your denunciation of terrorists is very refreshing. Would that you'd show the same fervor toward the terrorists in Mumbai and elsewhere that are your coreligionists. Doesn't your blatant hypocrisy trouble you at all?

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It is the teaching of all history that liberty can only be preserved in small areas. Local self-government is, therefore, indispensable to liberty. A centralized and distant bureaucracy is the worst of all tyranny.

Taxation can justly be levied for no purpose other than to provide revenue for the support of the government. To tax one person, class or section to provide revenue for the benefit of another is none the less robbery because done under the form of law and called taxation."

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June 28th, 2012, 11:59 am #16

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


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Hand over Ajmal Qasab to Pakistan. I think Hindus will never hand over Ajmal Qasab to Pakistan. Show courrage Hindus.
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June 28th, 2012, 12:11 pm #17

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


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Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Provost,

your denunciation of terrorists is very refreshing. Would that you'd show the same fervor toward the terrorists in Lahore and elsewhere that are your coreligionists. Doesn't your blatant hypocrisy trouble you at all?





















Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 28th, 2012, 12:35 pm #18

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Really? That's it? That's your great response? You pick the case of an American government agent in Pakistan who defends himself from ISI agents who openly train, fund and support terrorists while claiming to be helping the US fight them? That's your great response? I think, Prado, the toilet cleaners are getting to you.

Your cheer leading for terrorists here on WAFF and your status as a keyboard jihadi is legendary. By the way, killing ISI agents is, by definition, not terrorism. Some might even see it as justice. You really should rethink your mindless support of some terrorists while you so vociferously denounce others.

<table cellpadding="10"><tr><td align="left"></td><td width="20"></td><td align="center">"The chief aim of all government is to preserve the freedom of the citizen. His control over his person, his property, his movements, his business, his desires should be restrained only so far as the public welfare imperatively demands. The world is in more danger of being governed too much than too little.

It is the teaching of all history that liberty can only be preserved in small areas. Local self-government is, therefore, indispensable to liberty. A centralized and distant bureaucracy is the worst of all tyranny.

Taxation can justly be levied for no purpose other than to provide revenue for the support of the government. To tax one person, class or section to provide revenue for the benefit of another is none the less robbery because done under the form of law and called taxation."

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June 28th, 2012, 12:50 pm #19

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
I think WAFF most idiot poster award should be renamed as the "prado award".

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June 28th, 2012, 12:57 pm #20

Surjeet Singh to be freed soon
By Amir Wasim | 6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM


ISLAMABAD, June 26: Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh is to be released after spending 27 years in jail in Pakistan on spying charges.

There is confusion in Islamabad about the name of the prisoner Surjeet or Sarabjeet. Over the years all reports about the case have named him as Sarabjeet, but Law Minister Farooq H. Naek insisted on Tuesday that the prisoner being released was Surjeet Singh, son of Sucha Singh.

Mr Naek told Dawn that he had asked the ministry of interior that `Surjeet Singh must be set to liberty forthwith and return to India since he has already completed his sentence.

Surjeet Singh was languishing in Central Jail, Lahore.

`He (Surjeet Singh) deserves to be released since his death sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment by the president and which had also been accepted and concurred by the army, and since he has already completed his sentence,` Mr Naek quoted from the advice he hadsent to the interior ministry.

According to the law minister, Surjeet Singh would have to be released immediately otherwise his confinement would be considered `illegal`.

Giving a brief background, Mr Naek said that Surjeet Singh had been tried and sentenced to death under the Pakistan Army Act, 1962, on October 31, 1985, on spying charges and his mercy petition was rejected by the then army chief and president Gen Ziaul Haq.

Soon after taking over the government, then prime minister Benazir Bhutto declared on December 8, 1988, a general amnesty for all condemned prisoners in the country and advised president Ghulam Ishaq Khan to convert the death sentences to life imprisonment.

At that time, a legal question was raised whether the sentences given under the Pakistan Army Act could be commuted to life term. But in July 1989, Mr Naek said, the army also agreed on commuting the death penalty ofSurjeet Singh to life imprisonment.

When contacted, Presidency`s spokesman Farhatullah Babar denied reports that Singh had been pardoned by President Asif Ali Zardari. In fact, he said, the president had nothing to do with it.

`All I know is that the Indian prisoner had completed his life term in October 2010 and that the law ministry has directed the interior ministry to set him free and hand him over to India. He said Singh would most possibly be released next week following clearance by the interior ministry.

The release order of Surjeet Singh has been issued two months after the release of ailing Pakistani virologist Khalil Chishti, who had been in an Indian jail on murder charges since 1992, on the orders of Indian Supreme Court on humanitarian grounds.

However, the Pakistan government says that Singh`s release is not a reciprocal act and he is being released on legal grounds.


http://epaper.dawn.com/

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
By the way, Prado, what is Davis' religion? I have no idea.

<table cellpadding="10"><tr><td align="left"></td><td width="20"></td><td align="center">"The chief aim of all government is to preserve the freedom of the citizen. His control over his person, his property, his movements, his business, his desires should be restrained only so far as the public welfare imperatively demands. The world is in more danger of being governed too much than too little.

It is the teaching of all history that liberty can only be preserved in small areas. Local self-government is, therefore, indispensable to liberty. A centralized and distant bureaucracy is the worst of all tyranny.

Taxation can justly be levied for no purpose other than to provide revenue for the support of the government. To tax one person, class or section to provide revenue for the benefit of another is none the less robbery because done under the form of law and called taxation."

John W. Davis, Democratic Presidential Candidate, 1924. Davis was one of the greatest trial and appellate lawyers in US history. He also served as the US Ambassador to the UK.
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