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Once second most powerful person in Pakistan and still driving a 30+ years old vehicle, show this to Nawaz and tell him mofo this is a person who served the country not you
 

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May Allah rest his soul in peace.

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He was commander Of 5 Corps, later was elevated and served as Vice COAS.
Inna lillahey wainna ellahey rajeon.

Wasnt he the one who rescued Musharraf and facilitated his coup? Heard he was later sidelined due to his religious tendencies.

A retired general driving a K reg car!
 

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Inna lillahi wa inna illahi rajioon


May Allah grant him the highest rank in Jannah.



Show the picture of his car to looter and plunderer Nawaz. 2nd in command at the army at one point but driving a 30 year old car. While Nawaz who was son of a small time steel mill owner is now the owner of thousands of acres of property in Pakistan and abroad.
 

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A lot of tests he seems to have faced in life - for what only god knows.

Either way, the area around Do Darya is such that there is high possibility of going off into the sea if the car kept creeping along( it is an automatic and they creep).
What makes me wonder and curious, Is the hand brake pulled ? If yes, Who did it ?
What gear is the car on ? Seems either neutral or 3rd.

CORRECTION : It’s an automatic car
 

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Inna lillahey wainna ellahey rajeon.

Wasnt he the one who rescued Musharraf and facilitated his coup? Heard he was later sidelined due to his religious tendencies.

A retired general driving a K reg car!
Those were the days, Pre Afghan invasion, When we had really gifted generals (Not all but many).
 

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کراچی: دو دریا میں گاڑی سے سابق کور کمانڈر کراچی کی لاش برآمد




کراچی میں دو دریا کے پاس سے پولیس نے گاڑی سے لاش برآمد کی ہے۔

ابتدائی اطلاعات کے مطابق لاش سابق کور کمانڈر کراچی لیفٹننٹ جنرل ریٹائرڈ مظفر علی عثمانی کی ہے۔

پولیس کے مطابق مظفر عثمانی کی گاڑی تحويل ميں لے کر لاش پی این ایس شفاء منتقل کردی گئی ہے۔ ابتدائی اطلاعات کے مطابق مظفر عثمانی کا انتقال گاڑی چلاتے ہوئے ہارٹ اٹيک سے ہوا۔


واضح رہے کہ مظفر عثمانی سال 1999 میں لگنے والے مارشل کے دوران کور کمانڈر کراچی تھے۔ انہیں ان کی بہترین پیشہ وارانہ خدمات پر ہلال امتیاز ملٹری سے بھی نوازا گیا ہے۔

ریٹائرڈ مظفر عثمانی سال 1966 سے 2001 تک پاک فوج سے وابستہ رہے اور لیفٹننٹ جنرل کے عہدے سے ریٹائر ہوئے۔ وہ وائس چیف آف جنرل اسٹاف اور کور کمانڈر بہاول پور جیسے اہم عہدوں پر بھی تعینات رہے

https://www.dialoguepakistan.com/urdu/کراچی-دو-دریا-میں-گاڑی-سے-سابق-کور-کمان/?fbclid=IwAR2YqOpRDackakkk9U2ANey3-DritHux1HhTDGYCrDsv0ng-D0OnyPkZ4N0

TRANSLATION of TEXT in ENGLISH

Police have recovered a body from a vehicle near Do Darya in Karachi.

According to initial reports, the body belonged to former Corps Commander Karachi Lieutenant General (retd) Muzaffar Ali Usmani.

According to police, Muzaffar Usmani's vehicle was taken into custody and his body was shifted to PNS Shifa. According to initial reports, Muzaffar Usmani died of a heart attack while driving.

It should be noted that Muzaffar Usmani was the corps commander in Karachi during the 1999 martial law. He has also been awarded Hilal Imtiaz Military for his outstanding professional services.

Retired Muzaffar Usmani served in the Pakistan Army from 1966 to 2001 and retired as a Lieutenant General. He also held important positions such as Vice Chief of General Staff and Corps Commander Bahawalpur.

It should be noted that Muzaffar Usmani was the corps commander in Karachi during the 1999 martial law. He has also been awarded Hilal Imtiaz Military for his outstanding professional services.

Retired Muzaffar Usmani served in the Pakistan Army from 1966 to 2001 and retired as a Lieutenant General. He also held important positions such as Vice Chief of General Staff and Corps Commander Bahawalpur.
Innanillah-e-Wainnailaihe Rajioon. A great man whom I knew personally, has passed away. May Allah Subhanahu Wata'aalah grant him Jannah.
 

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RIP General.
That old car and simple dress is more than enough to tell the simple life he was living. No personal driver,no bodyguard , servant etc.
Now after what nawaz Sharif has done to this country we should deeply respect men like Lt Gen usmani who once taught noora a good lesson.
Wife passed few months ago and now he too gone ,how a mentally less capable daughter is going to survive 😕She has no other siblings etc . She is all alone in this world . Very sad.
 

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کراچی: دو دریا میں گاڑی سے سابق کور کمانڈر کراچی کی لاش برآمد




کراچی میں دو دریا کے پاس سے پولیس نے گاڑی سے لاش برآمد کی ہے۔

ابتدائی اطلاعات کے مطابق لاش سابق کور کمانڈر کراچی لیفٹننٹ جنرل ریٹائرڈ مظفر علی عثمانی کی ہے۔

پولیس کے مطابق مظفر عثمانی کی گاڑی تحويل ميں لے کر لاش پی این ایس شفاء منتقل کردی گئی ہے۔ ابتدائی اطلاعات کے مطابق مظفر عثمانی کا انتقال گاڑی چلاتے ہوئے ہارٹ اٹيک سے ہوا۔


واضح رہے کہ مظفر عثمانی سال 1999 میں لگنے والے مارشل کے دوران کور کمانڈر کراچی تھے۔ انہیں ان کی بہترین پیشہ وارانہ خدمات پر ہلال امتیاز ملٹری سے بھی نوازا گیا ہے۔

ریٹائرڈ مظفر عثمانی سال 1966 سے 2001 تک پاک فوج سے وابستہ رہے اور لیفٹننٹ جنرل کے عہدے سے ریٹائر ہوئے۔ وہ وائس چیف آف جنرل اسٹاف اور کور کمانڈر بہاول پور جیسے اہم عہدوں پر بھی تعینات رہے

https://www.dialoguepakistan.com/urdu/کراچی-دو-دریا-میں-گاڑی-سے-سابق-کور-کمان/?fbclid=IwAR2YqOpRDackakkk9U2ANey3-DritHux1HhTDGYCrDsv0ng-D0OnyPkZ4N0

TRANSLATION of TEXT in ENGLISH

Police have recovered a body from a vehicle near Do Darya in Karachi.

According to initial reports, the body belonged to former Corps Commander Karachi Lieutenant General (retd) Muzaffar Ali Usmani.

According to police, Muzaffar Usmani's vehicle was taken into custody and his body was shifted to PNS Shifa. According to initial reports, Muzaffar Usmani died of a heart attack while driving.

It should be noted that Muzaffar Usmani was the corps commander in Karachi during the 1999 martial law. He has also been awarded Hilal Imtiaz Military for his outstanding professional services.

Retired Muzaffar Usmani served in the Pakistan Army from 1966 to 2001 and retired as a Lieutenant General. He also held important positions such as Vice Chief of General Staff and Corps Commander Bahawalpur.

It should be noted that Muzaffar Usmani was the corps commander in Karachi during the 1999 martial law. He has also been awarded Hilal Imtiaz Military for his outstanding professional services.

Retired Muzaffar Usmani served in the Pakistan Army from 1966 to 2001 and retired as a Lieutenant General. He also held important positions such as Vice Chief of General Staff and Corps Commander Bahawalpur.
Interesting though Sad!!...He was an Islamist hardliner...a Pro-Taliban. He was sacked by Gen. Musharraf back then....



Does it have anything to do with Taliban peace talks??
 

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Such a Prominent man (Military man) was driving such simple car
While crooks like PML and Nawaz Sharif have looted country day and night

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