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    The title literally meanshow long will the silence continueLt General Shahid Aziz was once a close associate of General MusharrafHe played a part in the events that led to the ouster of prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the 1999 coupLaterhe worked in key positionsBut after he retiredhe wrote this book which is very critical of General MusharrafThis book is a mixed bagThe first portion deals with the author's milit

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    This is a revolutionary book which has been written by an army officer with a lot of candid views of his career sp

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    If you ever need to teach your kids the meaning of self contradiction and hypocricy a few pages of this book should be all you need

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    Of all the military biographies I have read this one is the best by far and I'm only saying that in context of language and verbosity; it's written in Urdu with a good nostalgic and gripping mix of Faiz's poetry Shahid Aziz had a rather successful career in the army had remained on several important positions; DG Military Operations DG ISI analysis Corps Commander Lahore and Chairman NAB after retirement; also a key p

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    Yeh Khamoshi Kahan TakA book leads towards inspiration patriotism truth wisdombehind the scene stories Indeed it guids its reader t

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    Excellent book on the Army and political system of Pakistan He clearly exposes how the current democratic system cannot work in Pakistan This system which is made for the elite is rotten and cannot deliver results for the masses He also discuss

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    Shahid Aziz retired from the Pakistan army after a long and successful career reaching the rank of Lieutenant General 3 star general and servin

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    Interesting book for those who are fond of reading novels I was expecting that it will expose the reality of the Corrupt Army Personals and will reveal some hidden facts of Kargil But the writer seemly frightened of his p

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    A personal egoistic story of an idiot army general who conuered his own country with full prideAnother dark side is he proudly writes a book about his illegal adventureAnother darkest side is people read it and among best seller in

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    I am unable to download the book

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Summary · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Shahid Aziz

Ism I did not expect any less And this is the least price I must pay for the suffering that some of my mistakes have caused to this nationAutobiography of Lt Gen retd Shahid Aziz a central character of the coup by Pakistan Army against the democratically elected government Interesting book for those who are fond of reading novels I was expecting that it will expose the reality of the Corrupt Army Personals and will reveal some hidden facts of Kargil But the writer seemly frightened of his pension and allowances I am not doubting his love for the country he made many sacrifices for our country but as per reader review I am here to tell the truths

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This book is not about Kargil and not about the military takeover Certainly the focus is not General Musharraf or even the Army It is a book about human experience of life the story of a weak man stumbling through his life pushed by his fears and dragged by his desires torn The title literally meanshow long will the silence continueLt General Shahid Aziz was once a close associate of General MusharrafHe played a part in the events that led to the ouster of prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the 1999 coupLaterhe worked in key positionsBut after he retiredhe wrote this book which is very critical of General MusharrafThis book is a mixed bagThe first portion deals with the author s military careerit had me totally engrossedHe won the Sword of Honour at the PMAHe fought in the 1971 war in West Pakistanand his younger brothera lieutenantwas killed in action after cease fire had been declared His description of battle during the 1971 war is vivid and very excitingand had me on the edge of my seatThat is the best part of the bookabout actual soldieringAlsohis criticism of the Kargil war and his role in the 1999 coup which brought General Musharraf to power is worth readingThen came 911 and the US threats and ultimatums to bomb Pakistan to the stone agewhich left General Musharraf with little choice but to join the US as it began its military campaign in AfghanistanBut heretoothe author gets very critical of the policies of his former bossHe doesn t spare the USwhere he had received military training in mid careerThen he gets into a discussion about free masons and their role in the worldHe advocates a religious solution for all of Pakistan s problemsAt this pointthe book becomes all about his personalvery preachy viewsHe was also part of the National Accountability Bureau NAB and details his frustration while working thereas corruption cases could not be brought to their conclusion because of outside pressuresToday s NAB is much aggressive compared to his dayenjoying a lot of powers as the cases against Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari indicateI liked the portion of the book dealing with military mattersI d rather skip the restThe book is published only in Urdu

Summary · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Shahid Aziz

Apart یہ خاموشی Epubby love transcending with time It is a book for the youth of this nation to learn from the mistakes I have made to see how life twists and moulds each one of us In this endeavour I have laid my life bare and exposed myself to all forms of critic Of all the military biographies I have read this one is the best by far and I m only saying that in context of language and verbosity it s written in Urdu with a good nostalgic and gripping mix of Faiz s poetry Shahid Aziz had a rather successful career in the army had remained on several important positions DG Military Operations DG ISI analysis Corps Commander Lahore and Chairman NAB after retirement also a key player in the 99 coup I ve been meaning to get my hands on this book as it was banned in Pakistan secondly my curiosity increased when I read about Shahid Aziz joining ISIS going to Syria and getting killed there also heard Pervaiz Musharraf talking about him on TV It was really surprising as to why would a general after spending 37 years in army fighting for his motherland would do such a thing The initial chapters dealing with his early life are really interesting to read early childhood college life first love joining the military life in PMA all the bits and pieces are there His account of 1971 war is the most vivid and detailed scenarios of soldiers fighting on the front lines and the actual battle He didn t go into details of Zia s regime tried to uncover the facts about Kargil war presented Musharraf s personality as he had the opportunity to work very closely with him stated the details of the plotting of the 99 coup which was solely for a new hope which were never fulfilled sadly His tenure as DGMO Corps Commander and as Chairman NAB he has unveiled the financial and moral corruption everywhere From the start till the end I was constantly thinking he must be very lucky to spent a long time in Army to the rank of Lt General though he stood up to almost everyone in his entire career sent his resignation 23 times yet there was some really caring officer every time who stopped him to do so Must be very lucky He resigned from NAB as he was being pressurized to close Benazir Bhutto and her family s corruption cases The later part of the book deals with 911 America in Afghanistan Pakistan s role Musharraf s policies a good amount of chapters are pointing out state of society and lack of morals solutions suggestions As i ve just finished reading this one i m now thinking what an extraordinary life it was There s a certain kind of sadness starting from the very first sentence of this book which had me mesmerized An emptiness nothing in spite of everything Life of a romantic person lightened with his dreams and hopes from Fira e Yaar to Jamal e Mehboob the urge to make a difference to do something for the motherland the internal solitude of the soul emptiness the strive to find meaning in this big void finally succumbed to the very threats he was protecting the country against What a life