Awais Leghari Pisses On His Father’s Grave

I had started working on the following about a month back but never had the time to finish and post it. I am just posting it as-is now as there is further news out today confirms not only the deal between PPP and PML-Q but my contention that shows how despicable these politicians are as proven by Awais Leghari, son of the late Farooq Leghari…(see ‘Update’ below)

Well, PML-Q folks are on talk shows right now DEFENDING PPP/Zardari and have taken a 180 degree turn on Zardari’s corruption — Zardari has suddenly become a “victim” of political-motivated persecution according to PML-Q’s latest offerings.
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Side Note: Just before the recent death of Farooq Leghari, I was surprised to find a glowing article about his son Awais Leghari in — of all places — Salman Taseer’s paper (see “Paid Advertisement Or Something In The Works”). So it seems something WAS in the works. And while his father lay dying, Awais Leghari was making deals with Zardari (his father’s biggest enemy). Now what could be bigger baygharati/bay-hayaee/bay-sharmi than this? If this is not pissing on your father’s grave, then I don’t know what is!!! On second thought, since Farooq was still breathing when this deal was made, a more accurate description would be ‘pissing on his dying father’s body

I can confirm it for you too that Awais Leghari IS going to running for MNA from his father’s seat. Yesterday I also found out about a deal between PPP’s last candidate against Farooq Leghari (Shabir Leghari) under which he would NOT run against Awais Leghari. I was wondering who PPP’s candidate would be in his place, thinking PPP would put somebody else for sure. Well, now I think we can safely say he won’t.

UPDATE: Nov 22, 2010

Q.E.D.!

1: PML-Q’s Hiraj made chairman of the Earthquake Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Authority (Erra)

2: Lakh Lanat:

P.S. Maybe I should have titled it “Worst than Father-Chod

The three people resposible for grand thefts (like PTCL Privatization), and attempted grand thefts (like Pakistan Steel Mills) who ought to be in jail but...

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11 Responses to “Awais Leghari Pisses On His Father’s Grave”


  1. 1 Observer November 23, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    I’m not surprised at all. Such people are always looking for better “opportunities”….ANYWHERE. A “strange” word like “ghairat” doesn’t exist in their vocabulary. I almost sure that his father also could have done the “trick” if he was given a similar opportunity.

    • 2 nota November 24, 2010 at 8:42 am

      @observer
      “I almost sure that his father also could have done the “trick” if he was given a similar opportunity.”
      Of that you should have NO DOUBTS. In fact he took every such opportunity he was given. It is hard to remember any scumbag he did not get in bed — some times literally — with: BB/Zardari, Nawaz, Musharraf, Shaukat Aziz, Chaudhries of Gujrat, Malik Riaz of bahria Town, that Habib fella of the Mehran Bank scam, CIA/FBI (Remember he was one of the first to sell a Pakistani citizen (Kansi) to the US for about $2 Million)

      Maybe a more apt title would have been “Like Father, like Son” (but then I had already used it)

    • 3 Ammar Khan August 9, 2011 at 4:36 pm

      All of u lying bastards are pathetic.Awais Leghari wasnt making any political deal with Zardari.He was just trying to request some funds for his fathers transport to Germany where he was to have a heart surgery which is not baghairty and is under a legal ARTICLE which allows a former head of state to pay for his surgery and medical operations through the government.. Also i challenge anyone to find a single corruption case that he was involved in and proven guilty.This man Awais Leghari contributed to the it growth of Pakistan immensely. He privatized PTCL and is responsible for increasing mobile users in Pakistan by 90%.Now coming to the Amal Kansii part, it was Nawaz Sharif who ordered the capture of Amal Kansii and he himself confirms it so how can u people blame Awais Leghari?

      • 4 nota August 25, 2011 at 10:28 am

        All of u lying bastards are pathetic.Awais Leghari wasnt making any political deal with Zardari.He was just trying to request some funds for his fathers transport to Germany where he was to have a heart surgery which is not baghairty and is under a legal ARTICLE which allows a former head of state to pay for his surgery and medical operations through the government..

        Hilarious! Right! So Awais has enough money to gift his dad a Rs. 2 Crore Land Cruiser and buy thousands of acres of land (FYI: he has even managed to buy back most of the land his dad sold in the Mehran Bank scam) and build himself a Rs. 12 crore home in Islamabad but he cannot afford to pay for his fathers treatment and has to go begging to his father’s sworn enemy (Zardari) for a few lac rupees? If true, it IS beghairati to the EXTREME! (I think I am giving him more credit than you 😉 )

        Also i challenge anyone to find a single corruption case that he was involved in and proven guilty.

        See, now if you hadn’t added the “and proven guilty” bit, we’d get somewhere! You sound like a PPP leader, so now I must challenge you “to find a single corruption case that Zardari or Chaudhries of Gujrat, Ganju Bros, Musharraf, etc. were involved in and proven guilty” 😛

        You are also forgetting it was the Novatel bid-rigging case that Musharraf used to twist the arm of the three (Farooq and brother Jamal) to dump their own party and join PML-Q. 😉

        He privatized PTCL

        And did it so illegally and the case is still in Supreme Court 😉 He also became the “Privatization” Minister FOR ONE DAY to sell off Pakistan Steel Mill and the after effects of it we are dealing with today. That case too is with the SC. 😛

        Now coming to the Amal Kansii part, it was Nawaz Sharif who ordered the capture of Amal Kansii and he himself confirms it so how can u people blame Awais Leghari?

        That Amil Kansi was a friend of Awais is a FACT. That Amil Kansi was Awais’ guest when he was arrested from Dera ghazi Khan is also a fact. That Awais’ father was the President of Pakistan at the time is ALSO A FACT. That Awais became a player in the political arena only after that arrest (cooperation with FBI and a fist full of blood dollars) is also a FACT (That he was the drinking partner of Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz is also a FACT.)
        😉

  2. 5 Observer November 24, 2010 at 11:28 pm

    “Maybe a more apt title would have been “Like Father, like Son””

    Exactly…It’s in their genes, and unfortunately there are numerous such dynasties in Pakistan.

  3. 6 Project Humanbeingsfirst.org November 26, 2010 at 4:42 am

    You took the words right out of my mouth Mr. Obsever:

    “Maybe a more apt title would have been “Like Father, like Son””

    So what are, dear Nota, so all bent out of shape about?

    Perhaps I have missed a subtle byline here… which, otherwise, based entirely on empirical observation, is: “there is never any honor among thieves” contrary to all the proverbs and fairy tales.

    From my personal conversations with the person who actually ran the PTCL fund – whose figure-head chairmain was, I believe, the person being ‘lanat malamat’ by an obviously perturbed Nota – I have to suggest that it isn’t just the top bosses, but the silent and pious acquiescence of those who work for them, who enable all ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’.

    My respected interlocutor had told me, while drawing a most enviable salary, that he was not out here to make waves, but to follow the directives of his bosses, when I had challenged him on the sheer waste of the PTCL fund which was, practically speaking, subsidizing corporate research from the taxes collected from the public, rather than benefiting the public. I had read six or seven of those project proposals which PTCL fund had financed upto that time, and well, what can I say!

    Don’t blame it all on father and son.

    Blame some of it on all the rest of us who offer our willing services in voluntary servitude.

    Today, as I feebly write this comment on your thoughtful blog, on Thanksgiving day in America, Nov. 25, 2010, all the good intentioned peoples here, after having walked silently through the ‘naked’ body scanners or having had their genitals groped with glee yesterday, are offering thanks for the massacre of ten million indigenous inhabitants of the Americas with the same ‘banality of evil’ as can be found in Pakistan, and elsewhere.

    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

    • 7 nota November 26, 2010 at 10:17 am

      @Zahir
      “So what are, dear Nota, so all bent out of shape about?”

      “Don’t blame it all on father and son.
      Blame some of it on all the rest of us who offer our willing services in voluntary servitude. “
      Just disgusted/repulsed by it, that’s all! Oh and I don’t blame it all on father and son! Wasn’t it recently that I had said in an email:

      …I think we should get rid of the notion of ‘silent spectators’ once and for all as experience teaches us otherwise. If one sees it closely, one might find silence but no apathy and no silent onlooking by the ‘pious peoples’; you will find them as active participants in making the tyranny possible, be it because they are so “saddled with self-interest” or “indoctrination” of sorts, or simply because of a lack of a backbone….

      (And where you might ask are all the honest, pious folks I know this very day? Attending another Leghari-Khosa ‘match-made-in-heaven’ wedding in D.G. Khan. Remember they are “bitter enemies” with rivalries running hundreds of years (and even today Awais Leghari’s chief opponent’s covering candidate is Hisamuddin Khosa, son of Zulfiqar Khosa and it was his other son Saifuddin Khosa who beat Awais in the last election). Some enmity!

      An speaking of “offer our willing services in voluntary servitude”: I recently found out one of my posts got a response from the subject on another site that sometimes carries my rants (to which I did reply — the response did cover another post of mine, namely ‘Trouble In Leghari/Khosa Country — Updated’)

      Going off on a tangent here, I do believe the old story that it was indeed Awais Leghari who was instrumental in the arrest (and kidnap and death) of Aimal Kansi (Supposedly Aimal denied it in his last interview to BBC but I am sure he was “convinced” to do that. I also find it interesting that BBC would find this so important a question).. In fact that is what led to the rise of Awais — becoming the chosen one — and it is his continued service to the Empire that is scripting his comeback. Will he “win” the “election”? I’ll bet all my money on it! 😉

      Speaking of striptease at the airports, I am sure Chertoff is laughing his way to the bank and the sheeple are happy feeling “safe”, so what if it costs them their dignity

      P.S. I never forget to give my thanks on Thanksgiving 😉

    • 8 nota November 26, 2010 at 10:52 am

      Oh and FYI:
      Big Sis Wants Behavior Scanners At Sports Events, Malls

      Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano admitted yesterday that body scanners would eventually find their way into U.S. public transportation, trains and boats, but Big Sis is already beta-testing technology that goes even further, by forcing Americans to undergo a behavioral interrogation before they are allowed to enter sports events, rock concerts and shopping malls….

      (Of course Big Sis would avoid them herself…despite claiming they are safe. NOT!)

  4. 9 Going with the wind November 26, 2010 at 4:43 pm

    Today and yesterday I watched Gone with the Wind after a long time. And I am still not finished. The movie reminded me of our times today and its principal most unnoticed tragedy (apart from all the silent spectating of genocides that is).

    Our civilizations, both in the East and the West, are blowing down the same paths as the Confederate South, but amidst the cheers of the people in both hemispheres – whereas, at least in the land of dainty maidens and the slave-owners, the people had put up a fight to protect their own way of life as they had known it.

    People today accept anything and everything from big bro and big sis! Any indignity, any absurdity, any abhorrence, is trivially made acceptable to the modern mind.

    And most don’t even realize that our civilizations are being turned into a uniform global prison-state through that very acceptance, one baby-step at a time.

    That un-realization among the people, not just the supposed indoctrinated masses, but the very learned peoples, is what bothers me most about our times. It is also what spells ‘fait accompli’ to me. I had hoped that the vile body-scanners might become the tipping point for the public, but sheesh!

    And yes, I see your deeper consternation with it all as well.
    If you are correct in your assessment, then we have a new successor being groomed, like Benazir before him. As Abidullah Jan once quoted a proverb, something to the effect, to sip with devil, one must have a very long spoon. I hope this chap takes careful note of it.

    But like Rhet Butler explained to his fair maiden when leaving her in the middle of the road to go join the Confederate army after it had been completely routed and Atlanta had been burned to the ground: “Why? May be it’s because I have always had a weakness for lost causes once they are really lost.”

    Noble. Spirited. And not very effective.

    We, you and I, and a tiny handful of others, appear to be caught in exactly that ‘Noble’ but ineffective zietgiest.

    And even that state of our entrapment had been predicted by both Zbigniew Brzezinski and H. G. Wells so darn accurately that one wonders if apart from the handful of oligarchs controlling out destiny, anyone else among mankind really has any practical claims to free will in the modern world.

    Brzezinksi had observed that state of being by quoting Hermann Hesse, as the generation caught “Between Two Ages”, when “Human life is reduced to real suffering, to hell, only when two ages, two cultures and religions overlap. . . . There are times when a whole generation is caught in this way between two ages, two modes of life, with the consequence that it loses all power to understand itself and has no standard, no security, no simple acquiescence.” Afterwords, when the New Age has arrived, when two plus two will always add up to five, the question will become mute and peace and harmony will reign as it did in the Brave New World.

    H. G. Wells observed it in “New World Order” as: “When the struggle seems to be drifting defiantly towards a world social democracy there may still be very great delays and disappointments before it becomes an efficient and beneficent world system. Countless people – will hate the New World Order – and will die protesting against it. When we attempt to evaluate its promise, we have to bear in mind the distress of a generation or so of malcontents, many of them quite gallant and graceful-looking people.”

    Just a few days ago, another anon malcontent, very “gallant and graceful-looking” too I am sure, sadly entered the “twilight” and has tried to escape that trap:

    lwtc247.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/twilight/

    and before that, the “gallant and graceful-looking” “malcontent” at dictatorshipwatch.com had thrown in the rebellious towel and has evidently succeeded (thus far):
    humanbeingsfirst.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/cacheof-the-last-message-for-pakistan-by-abidullahjan.pdf

    But like Rhet Butler, lost causes haven’t entirely lost all their fine appeal for some, and evidently, for you as well. Perhaps one ought to be more pragmatic and join the three wise monkeys?

    print-humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2010/11/response-to-why-im-leaving-harvard.html

    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

  5. 10 Omer August 16, 2011 at 12:39 am

    I read this post and was amazed how ignorant people are, first of all as per the writer awais khan leghari is joining or making an alliance with PPP is completely wrong as you could see in the current tv shows and their stance as they have left PML Q only for this reason.
    Seconadlly the writer was again mistaken when he said that Shabbir Leghari would not be a candidate against Awais as he could pick the record and see that he contested against him.
    So please get your facts right before posting anything IGNORANT PRICK.

    • 11 nota August 25, 2011 at 10:52 am

      awais khan leghari is joining or making an alliance with PPP is completely wrong as you could see in the current tv shows and their stance as they have left PML Q only for this reason

      Ah, but did he run on a PML-Q ticket? Of course he DID! Is he still with PML-Q? Of course he is (or maybe PML-Q Hum Khiyal or something, which is one and the same). Did the Chaudhries of Gujrat campaign for him? Of course they did! Is his brother still a PML-Q senator? Of course he is! 🙂

      Seconadlly the writer was again mistaken when he said that Shabbir Leghari would not be a candidate against Awais as he could pick the record and see that he contested against him.

      Well, Shabir Leghari DID announce that and the news was published in the papers. Later he changed his mind and decided to run. But did PPP support him? No! PPP did not give him any funds — just distribution of Benazir Income Fund checks and some electricity poles to be put in his constituency. They double-crossed him and most PPP voters — on orders — either abstained or voted for Awais (see Update No. 2 in the story). The numbers themselves speak volumes (and keep this is not even Awais’ own constituency; He lost in his own) :
      2008 Election results:

      • Farooq Leghari — 44,630 votes
      • Karim — 42,308
      • Shabbir — 36,225 votes

      2011 By-Election results:

      • Awais Leghari — 57,446 votes
      • Karim — 37,071
      • Shabbir — 15,720 votes

      VERY INTERESTING! So Awais manages to score MORE votes in by-election from a seat that is not his than his much more popular father who was fighting on his own seat in a general election. Now how do you explain that? And Karim loses 5000+ votes (was PML-N part of the muq-muqa?). But what is really interesting is that Shabir, who managed to secure 36,000+ votes against Farooq Leghari only manages to secure less than 16,000? That too against a very unpopular candidate? That too when Shabir’s own party is in power? That too when Shabir is a little better known (his second election) compared to when he was a virgin (politically speaking, of course) and was taking part in his first ever election? Amazing, isn’t it? 😛

      But of course not sh!t for brains will figure it out 😛


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