Well the President of Pakistan is no more in the lime light. This is my first article on the President of Pakistan.

Sir, hope this critique finds you in the best of well being; unfortunately I cannot regard this piece of writing as an epistle because I’m pretty sure you won’t read it nor people in your cabinet will. Even if you do read the letters posed to you, you are too blotchy to improvise on what you are. It’s been 3 years you are the President of Pakistan and I guess this is the time you worked for, all your life. Mr. Ten Percent is now the most influential personality in Pakistan. Wikipedia states you, as the second richest personage with your source of income as fraud but don’t worry sir I’m sure it’s all your hard earned wealth.

So let’s talk about Pakistan, a country which you swore as your responsibility back in 2007 after Musharraf resigned. Is it still your responsibility or you have other concerns to look at? I am sure this country should be your foremost precedence but unfortunately it’s not. The floods last year were enough to prove that we are a stray nation. The economical downturn we are going through is horrendous. Inflation is on its trudge and politics is one of the most dominant features. Why sir?

According to the constitutional act of 1972; Civilians cannot accuse a President of any crime/corruption; and this is the best possible alternative that has provided
you with a shade of green, under which you screen and exploit the country to its fullest. You were declared the President of Pakistan, which is categorized as an Islamic state and records say that the best selling whisky of Pakistan comes from your brew factory (Indus beverages). Don’t you think with position comes responsibility. Unfortunately you were never wanted as our President but the circumstances the country was going through made it possible for you to snatch the seat from your own darling wife, Benazir, and change your name from Mr.Ten Percent to President Zardari.

As you have seen revolutions in the middle east; starting from Egypt and Tunisia, it’s not far when Pakistan will see one of the most triumphant revolutions in history and then you would have no preference left but to quit. Raymond Davis is another exemplar who lives in this country with a comfy environment just because your step dad has threatened you not to hurt him. Your real dad (Hakim Ali Zardari) who is no one in the government; moves with a police protocol. Your kid (Bilawal Bhutto Zardari) who is best at emulating his uncle, Murtaza Bhutto, his grandfather, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and of course his mom, Benazir Bhutto; is unfortunately still in search of his own identity. Even with the addition of Bhutto in the middle has failed to bring out the real Bhutto in him. When the entire Bhutto family was Zardari less then where did you come from?

Today you have seen the American manipulation and I’m sure you are aware of the fact that you are just here because your papa wants you here. The day revolution strikes Pakistan you’ll be the first one to be disowned by your Political dad, like it took place with Hosni Mubarak (Ex-President of Egypt). You are quite sure that you will end your tenure and silently leave the country but I see your prospect dull.

Sir, do you trust in God? Oh! I’m sorry, Do you believe in God? Any God? I don’t think so. The way you lead your life I’m sure no God teaches its creation to be perfidious, mean and treacherous to its people. Your children may lead a flourishing life but what about you? How can a human being live with inestimable curses all pointing towards him? According to my readings and research most of your possessions are clutched, and I am pretty much sure the rest of the nation considers that too.

Pakistan is 63 years old now with an unstable economy, majority of the nation is not familiar with the term sustainable development and I’m sure you are not even familiar with the spelling. Are you revenging the people of Pakistan or do you have special interest in observing helpless people, who struggle and earn and give their earnings to you in the form of taxes. Another most fundamental issue is that of tax collection. I’m aware of the fact that only 2% businesses pay tax but that 2% makes a huge chunk of money. I do not hold you responsible on your failure to charge tax on a national level because you are made to sit on your red cushioned sofa and smoke Cuban cigars. I heard they cost $425 each. With $425 you can feed 425 underprivileged with lunch and dinner, sir. Can you kindly take out a minute and think please? Or is it too much that I asked for?

In short Pakistan is drowning and in my outlook you are the main source of it. Even if I try on my part to correct what is wrong I will fail and I am sure I will despondently fall short because the roots obscured are rotten. You are forcefully elected as the President of
the state to help the country perk up. You are not even making any efforts. I am afraid if this heedlessness from your side persists, revolution will definitely strike in. I am sure you are not afraid of revolutions because Dubai (UAE) is waiting for you. Just don’t forget the time when Murtaza Bhutto single-handedly trimmed your half mustache, warning you not to meet Benazir again, it was hilarious, but you got the bravo killed in 1997 (Fatima Bhutto-Songs of blood and sword), and for his execution you required 60 police officers. Sir you are a coward, But I can understand the revenge streak you were going through.

I have sent this letter to three newspaper agencies but I’m sure they won’t get it published so I suppose social
media is best to spread the word.I don’t recommend you to change nor do I direct you to resign because warnings are not meant for you, just beware of the consequences and you shall see the result. Good luck sir, with your
future endeavors and I really value the mind you possess.

Your livid Citizen
Miqdad Sibtain

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  2. Tahir Sheikh says:

    A perfect combination of words and the content was just worth reading

  3. Gania Saleem says:

    Zardari should read this piece of writing, he will definitely get a heart attack

  4. Sara siraj says:

    Dude you are a bravo. but still do you really think Mr.President will read this piece of writing?

  5. Sabika Khan says:

    Can i share this article on my social networks?

  6. Jamal Panwahar says:

    Defaming the President is a state crime. i am sure you are aware of the laws? 😀

  7. Psych says:


  8. Laura Quin says:

    Too critical Miqdad, but i loved the way this content is articulated.

  9. Kamini Khoso says:

    I donot agree with your perception. your views are biased

  10. b.wana says:

    Dude the content directly attacks the president and i think it will offend many

  11. Chandra Sen says:


  12. Moosa Kazim says:

    ow!, this was a top quality post. In theory I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate a lot and never seem to get something done.

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