Written Reply Rendered by Masood Sharif Khan Khattak to the Honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan in a Suo Moto Case Regarding Secret Service Funds Spending During His Tenure in the Intelligence Bureau as Joint Director (Internal)

MY REMARKS:- When I rendered this reply to a three member Bench of the Honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan,, headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry himself, the three honourable Judges read the reply dilligently and it was after nearly 25 minutes that they had a brief consultation amongst themselves.


Karak and NA 15 (a National Assembly Constituency composed of the District as a whole) can now no longer be treated as a backyard District or Constituency of Pakistan without serious repercussions to Pakistan’s economic wellbeing. Karak District and some of its adjoining areas in Kohat, Hangu and Mianwali Districts (also Bannu in the near

Letter to Mr Asif Ali Zardari, President of Pakistan alongwith an Annexure Outlining Basic Uplift Projects for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA

Reference: -No KPK/1/Projects/President Dated 28 January 2011 From: – Masood Sharif Khan Khattak District Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Email: – masoodsharifkhattak@gmail.com To: – Mr. Asif Ali Zardari President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, ISLAMABAD Copy To: – Mr. Yousaf Raza Gillani Prime Minister, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, ISLAMABAD Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Quaid, Pakistan Muslim

Pakistan’s silent majority must wake up

Waiting has never ever done any nation any good. Never ever in history has waiting changed the destiny of a nation towards the better. All the nations that are the worlds most progressive today have all wrested their destinies from their respective selfish vested interests and only after taking their destinies in their own hands

The pathetic face of Pakistan’s majority – the toiling masses that live a sub standard human life

The true face of Pakistan’s vast majority is the face of the toiling masses who live a sub standard human life. He is not laughing. When I took this picture he was asked to laugh and he obliged just as a robot would oblige when given an electronic command. This is a poor worker in