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    July 19, 2004

    Nawaz Sharif's exclusive interview to India Today reveals that:

  • Musharraf was responsible for the Kargil war
  • The army kept the civilian government in the dark on most issues
  • Several thousand Pakistani soldiers died in the war but werent claimed by the Pakistani army
  • Musharraf is playing around with Pakistani's democratic institutions [if there're any left post Zia, that is]
  • Musharraf, and the governments of the day [funny how Nawaz Sharif fails to mention that!] knew very well what AQ Khan was upto and yet they kept mum.

    So exactly, which of those assertions is unknown to people? Even Pakistanis know the truth. Nawaz Sharif has absolutely no chance of getting back to Pakistan before his exile ends in 2010, especially now that he says he's willing to team up with Benazir Bhutto!

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