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Heart gets garden, garden, law gets harden, harden

Published Jun 20, 2012 04:47pm

The Azad Insaf Kitchen finally gathered enough meat (and masala) to prepare another headline-grabbing broth for people starving for justice. The broth (called Zardari di nihari) was then served to media personnel, opposition politicians, lawyers and other such common, poor folks.

After the report of the Memogate Commision concluded that Pakistani-American Mansoor Ijaz was right in his allegations against Husain Haqqani, Ijaz’s lawyer tries to convince the lawyers community that Ijaz should be rewarded for exhibiting his love for Pakistan military, judiciary, faith, media, ISI, PIA, KESC and grouchy looking lawyers.

To solve the energy crisis in Punjab, Chief Minster Shahbaz Sharif, uncannily managed to generate electricity through angry rhetoric and assorted hogwash. He then filed a petition in the Supreme Court requesting that in the next elections his volts instead of votes should be counted.

At an independent valima reception of the independent judiciary.

After hearing that fruit vendors had raised the price of mangoes, the Justice Group send in their fiercest super-heroine: Suo Moto!


Nadeem F. Paracha is a cultural critic and senior columnist for Dawn Newspaper and Dawn.com


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