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Letter to His Excellency, Shaukat Aziz, Prime Minister of Pakistan PDF Print E-mail
October 28, 2004


To: His Excellency Shaukat Aziz, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan

Copy To: His Excellency Gen. Pervaiz Musharraf, President of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan

From: M. Khaliq Qureshi, 1317 Shamrock Lane, Plano, Texas 75093. U.S.A. Tel: 972-380-5 106

Your Excellency,

Assalamo-Alaikum. May Allah always bless you, your family, President Musharraf and his family, our beloved Pakistan, and our troubled Ummah. Ameen. Best wishes for Eid-ul-Fitre. You may remember that on April 26,1997 we once met at The George Washington University during Pakistani-American Youth Leadership Conference, where you were one of the speakers (along with Hon. Moeen Qureshi and Naseem Ashraf)' and your speech was on the subject of Global Economic Markets. At the time. I gave you some appeal letters which are included in the enclosed copy of my recently published book "A One-Man Mission for Muslim Unity." In our brief conversation, I retained an impression in my consciousness that one day you may be asked by Pakistan to become its Prime Minister, like your friend, Hon. Moeen Qureshi. It eventually happened but first you had to tackle the financial mess created by our maha corrupt politicians. You performed brilliantly as Minister of Finance and now you have the toughest Job of governing Pakistan as its Prime Minister. I join the nation in thanking you for the sacrifice to take the job, for uplifting Pakistan out of the financial crisis, and for restoring Pakistan's honor in the world.

Your Excellency, since October 1999, I have written several letters to Gen. Musharraf, and I quote a few lines from two letters pages 228 and 296 of my above-mentioned book as follows: "The more I learn about you, the more excited I become with the hope that may be now we have a real and an honest leader who has the potential to do enormous good to Pakistan and its future"; and "Please continue to clean up Pakistan of corrupt politicians and others and do not abandon Pakistan till you have achieved your goals - no matter what others say." In addition to my letters, I made three trips to Pakistan to meet the General, but I was unsuccessful. However, instead of being angry with him, I have watched and reflected on his good policies with great admiration and satisfaction because he has proven himself to be an honest, courageous and a wise leader that Pakistan has ever seen since Quaid-i-Azam. I am convinced Allah has blessed Pakistan with two honest, selfless and brilliant leaders - you and the General - who will make Pakistan world's most powerful, prosperous and respected Muslim country. Iqbal wanted Muslims to get ready to lead:

Read again the lesson of Truthfuluess Justice, and Courage

You will be called upon to assume Leadership of the world

The policies of your administration are going in the right direction. However, as a member of Pakistan's Freedom Movement and being older (74) than the General (61) and you (55), I hope you will reflect on what I have to say as follows: develop strong faith in Allah's help for a noble cause; the best role model for our leaders and people is Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) who possessed a magnificent character that influenced, molded, reformed and changed the thoughts of his followers; as an honorable country, Pakistan must become self reliant in every field; stand on its own feet; not accept further loans from IMF or other similar Organizations except on its own terms; embark on a massive education program with priority on science. mathematics and technology - particularly women's education because an educated mother can raise honest leaders for the nation, create jobs for all sectors, specially students; fund ways and means to reduce poverty; work hard to provide security for the citizens; in spite of our corrupt and devious political culture of the past, Pakistanis have achieved great things in nuclear and missile technology; the fiercely independent Pathans have been loyal to Pakistan, so great care must be taken to win their hearts and minds during the current struggle to eliminate foreign terrorists in the NWFP; for national unity. Nawaz. Benazir and Altaf should be given a chance to come back to publicly admit their errors and use the ill-gotten money to open Education Trusts to be run by them under supervision. so all citizens can focus energies for development/welfare of Pakistan.

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