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A Bully For You

Musharraf, in exile, hasn’t lost his bluster. The West, at least, pays him lip service.

A Bully For You
Azhar Javad
A Bully For You
outlookindia.com
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A General And A Labyrinth

  • Organises mehfils or singing soirees at his flat on Hyde Park Crescent. Visiting Pakistani singers perform there.
  • Buys music at Ilford suburb, shops otherwise at Selfridges
  • Plays a weekly game of bridge with his friend Brig (retd) Niazi Ahmed.
  • Went for a 10-day cruise.
  • Attends seminars, lambasts those who point fingers at him. Participated in a meeting at the British Parliament with thugs in tow. Ended in a fracas.
  • Attended a function organised by Khalistanis to celebrate Pakistan’s Independence Day.
  • For the next three months, likely to be in Saudi Arabia. In December, it’s off to the US on a lecture tour.

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