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From the Pakistanforum egroup...Bushra Khan on Karachi as the coup news came through...


bushra khan bushrakhan@post.com
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:43:25 -0400 (EDT)

IN THE ALL PART OF KARACHI THE NEWS OF COUP LISTEN WITHOUT SURPRIZING.

THIS IS ASPECTED BUT NOT ATNI JALDI.

ALL THE TREFIC IS NORMAL.

THOUSONDS OF FAIMLIES ARE REACHING TO AZIAABAD 90 TO LISTEN SOMETHING
NEW
. BUT THERE IS SILENCE FROM OFFICIALS BUT SLOGANS
AGAINST THE GOVERMENT AND IN FEVER OF ALTAF HUSSAIN CAN LISTEN

JUST ANNOUNCING OF THE SPEECH OF OERWAIZ MUSHARRAF IN TV AROUND 12 O
CLOCK.

SOME SOUNDS OF FIRING OR PATAKHAS ARE LISTENING IN THE AREA OF FED B
AREA.

REPORT FROM LIAQUATABAD THAT MITHAI IS DISTRIBUTING AT DAKHANA AND DUS
NOMBER AREA.

SAME NEWS NOW FROM BRUNS ROAD AND NINE ZERO AZIZABAD.


ANY WAY I WILL BE UPDATE YOU AS THE NEWS COMING

………


bushra khan bushrakhan@post.com
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 19:28:11 -0400 (EDT)


THE PEOPLE OF KARACHI JUST HEARD THE SPEECH OF GEN. MUSHARRAF.
NOW THIS IS CLEAR THAT NAWAZS REGIME HAS ENDED.
PEOPLE ARE CELEBERATING THIS MOMENT WITH FIRE CRACKER AND SOMETIME GUN
SHOT
CAN ALSO BE HEARD.
A RALLY ON MOTORCYCLES HAS BEEN SEEN PROCEEDING TO THE CITY WITH FLAGS
OF
PAKISTAN AND MQMS.
POLICE AND RANGERS SEEN TO BE UNCONCERNED.
OVERALL THE PEOPLE ARE VERY HAPPY HERE AND HAVING HOPES FOR RELEASE OF
THEIR
LOVEONCE.



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