Chapter Ten: Lists of Cabal Operatives in Historical Pakistani Leadership
These tables help in identifying Cabal operatives among Pakistani civilian and military leaders. People from crypto-Phoenician Spook groups, such as the Baghdad Spooks and the Shah Mir Spooks, representing less than 1% of Pakistan’s total population, have monopolized political and at times, military leadership in Pakistan. As we can see, they are getting more and more prominent in Military and Intelligence in current times, which is a disturbing development.
Standard Legend for all Tables:
Standard Black/Grey text in the Cabal Affiliation Column indicates that the Cabal-Operative status of the person is currently unknown, usually due to lack of confirming information. Flip a coin.
Ꝋ Indicates that the person was Assassinated.
List of Prime Ministers of Pakistan and Cabal Affiliations
|Name||Took office||Left office||Tenure||Party||Cabal Affiliation|
|Ꝋ Liaquat Ali Khan |
|14 August 1947||16 October 1951|
|4 years, 63 days||Muslim League||Cabal Operative: Confirmed |
Cabal: Émigré Spook from the princely state of Karnal, connected to the pre-Islamic royals of Iran. Karnal was chosen by the Commander of the British Army in India as his HQ, before moving HQ to Ambala, just prior to 1857.
Was known to drink in company of friends but pretend to be an Islamist in public. His wife was an ardent feminist. She used the name Raana Begum, but here real birth-name was Irene Pant. Pant is a name used by Deshastha Brahmins. Liaquat Ali Khan had some kind of feud with Fatima Jinnah (Baghdad Spooks). It is clear that he was the choice of American Spooks though.
|Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin |
|17 October 1951||17 April 1953||1 year, 182 days||Muslim League||Cabal Operative: Confirmed |
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks.
He was from the Nawabs of Dhaka, who were actually Shah Mir Spooks that got awarded fiefs in Bengal for betraying the last Mughal Emperor to the British, via his personal physician.
His cabinet was dismissed because there were several genuine Muslim leaders in it. And he never protested.
|Mohammad Ali Bogra |
|17 April 1953||12 August 1955||2 years, 117 days||Muslim League||Cabal Operative: Very Likely |
Cabal: Baghdad Spooks
Comes from an “Iraqi origin” family that settled in Bengal. Acted as a “frontman” for a cabal led by Ghulam Mohammed and Iskander Mirza, which was established after the fall of Nazimuddin. This cabal ran Pakistan because they did not want Islamists of the Nazimuddin cabinet to run it. The Muslim League then faced an electoral disaster in East Pakistan. Bogra responded by uniting four provinces of East Pakistan into one, to prevent the opposition to the Muslim League from becoming powerful. Collaborated with Fatima Jinnah in an attempt to remove Governor-General Ghulam Mohammed. Avoided appointing Bengalis to his cabinet, resulting in alienation of East Pakistan. Had a second marriage to his secretary who was of
|Chaudhry Mohammad Ali |
|12 August 1955||12 September 1956||1 year, 31 days||Muslim League||Got blackballed and removed from his own party for proposing a resolution to the Kashmir issue to Nehru.|
|Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy |
|12 September 1956||17 October 1957||1 year, 35 days||Awami League||He was once a proponent of a United Bengal, and this made British Intelligence so angry that they had planned to assassinate him and Gandhi together. Governor-General Ghulam Muhammad hated him. Came to power after the Muslim League was routed in the 1954 East Pakistan elections. Identified as a “threat” in a Secret CIA Report dated 4th February 1955. Was forced to resign after Iskandar Mirza’s Republican party withdrew support for his cabinet. Provided the most effective leadership of his time.|
|Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar |
|17 October 1957||11 December 1957||55 days||Muslim League||He was “Memon origin,” from the Spookopolis of Godhra, India. Possible link to Baghdad Spooks. Could have been a frontman for Iskandar Mirza.|
|Sir Feroze Khan Noon |
|16 December 1957||7 October 1958||295 days||Republican Party||In 1945, he, along with Shaukat Hayat Khan and Mumtaz Daultana defected the party of Tiwana to the Muslim League, which was opposed to the partition of the Punjab.|
|MARTIAL LAW||7 October 1958||7 December 1971||13 years and 2 months|
|7 December 1971||20 December 1971||13 days||Pakistan Muslim League|
|Zulfikar Ali Bhutto |
|14 August 1973||5 July 1977||3 years, 325 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed Cabal: Baghdad Spooks|
|Muhammad Khan Junejo |
|24 March 1985||29 May 1988||3 years, 66 days||Independent|
|He was an opponent of Zia.|
|Benazir Bhutto |
|2 December 1988||6 August 1990||1 year, 247 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed Cabal: Baghdad Spooks|
|Nawaz Sharif |
|6 November 1990||18 July 1993||2 years, 254 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||Cabal Operative: Confirmed Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks|
|19 October 1993||5 November 1996||3 years, 17 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed Cabal: Baghdad Spooks|
|Nawaz Sharif |
|17 February 1997||12 October 1999||2 years, 237 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||Cabal Operative: Confirmed Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks|
|Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali |
|23 November 2002||26 June 2004||1 year, 216 days||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)||Musharraf Loyalist.|
|Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain |
|30 June 2004||23 August 2004||54 days||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)||Musharraf Loyalist.|
|Shaukat Aziz |
|28 August 2004||15 November 2007||3 years, 79 days||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)||Musharraf Loyalist.|
|Yousaf Raza Gillani |
|25 March 2008||19 June 2012||4 years, 86 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: By Association.|
Cabal: During his tenure the PPP was dominated by Asif Zardari (Shah Mir Spooks). He was disqualified from his seat in the parliament in April 2012 by the Supreme Court for contempt of court. Was Prime Minister of Pakistan during the fake-killing of Osama Bin Laden, and escalation of US drone strikes in Pakistan.
|Raja Pervaiz Ashraf (born 1950)||22 June 2012||24 March 2013||275 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: By Association. |
Cabal: During his tenure the PPP was dominated by Asif Zardari (Shah Mir Spooks).
|Nawaz Sharif |
|5 June 2013||28 July 2017||4 years, 53 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks
He was disqualified on 28th July 2017 by the Supreme Court of Pakistan because his family’s names showed up in the Panama Papers case.
|Shahid Khaqan Abbasi |
|1 August 2017||31 May 2018||303 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Imran Khan |
|18 August 2018||10 April 2022||3 years, 235 days||Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf||Maybe Pakistan’s only non-Cabal populist Prime Minister.|
|Shehbaz Sharif |
|11 April 2022||14 August 2023||1 year, 125 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks
|Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar (born 1971)||14 August 2023||Incumbent||Balochistan Awami Party||Appointed as Caretaker Prime Minister.|
List of Heads of State of Pakistan and Cabal Affiliations
Governor-Generals of Pakistan
Governor Generals were appointed by the British monarch, and by default were “their” men from the very beginning. It is expected that they had ties to British Intelligence. The last two Governor Generals spent around half their time in London. Note that neighboring India abolished the post of Governor General almost immediately.
|Term of office||Cabal Affiliation||Monarch|
|Took office||Left office||Time in office|
|Muhammad Ali Jinnah|
|14 August 1947||11 September 1948||1 year, 28 days||Cabal Affiliation: Baghdad Spooks|
|Atiya Fyzee (1877-1967)||Following the exit of Jinnah, there was a concerted, secret effort made by this émigré from Bombay to become the crypto-Queen of Pakistan. She was thwarted by a yet unknown Colonel. She could have been made Governor-General, and she had the blessings of the British monarch. More on her endeavors here.||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Baghdad Spooks
|Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin|
|14 September 1948||17 October 1951||3 years, 33 days||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks. See duplicate entry under Prime Ministers for additional details.
|Sir Ghulam Muhammad|
|17 October 1951||7 August 1955||3 years, 294 days||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: British Intelligence; Note that Governor Generals were appointed by the British monarch, and by default were “their” men from the very beginning. Prior to the creation of Pakistan, worked for the Parsi Tata group. He was involved in British Intelligence ops in Hyderabad State. As Governor General of Pakistan, he tried hanging Maududi but got cold feet. Conspired with General Iskander Mirza to dismiss the cabinet of Nazimuddin in 1953, because there were too many genuine Muslim leaders in it (Ironically, this was the cabinet which appointed him as Governor General!). Malik Ghulam Muhammad is credited with a constitutional coup that brought the early death of democracy in Pakistan. This was done to keep the Muslim League in power after it had been routed in East Pakistan after the 1954 elections. He then presided over Pakistan like a dictator. Feigning Illness, Malik Ghulam Muhammad left for Britain, vacating the post of Governor General to Iskandar Mirza on 7th August 1955.
|7 August 1955||23 March 1956||229 days||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Primary Cabal: British Intelligence; Note that Governor Generals were appointed by the British monarch, and by default were “their” men from the very beginning.
Secondary Cabal: Baghdad Spooks. Iskander Mirza was a descendant of Mir Jafar, a noted Shiite traitor who helped the British establish a foothold in Mughal Bengal. His mother belonged to the Ismaili Tyabji clan of Bombay. Both these groups are originally from Iraq.
Earlier as Defense Secretary in 1953, established martial law in Lahore in the wake of anti-Ahmadiyya riots. Later played a role in the dismissal of the Nazimuddin cabinet, because there were too many genuine Muslim leaders in it. On 7th October 1958, Iskandar Mirza, now the first President of Pakistan, abrogated the 1956 Constitution, dissolved parliament, abolished the Office of the Prime Minister and imposed Martial Law, which would continue till 1971. This was done because the Muslim League had lost control of parliament following an election disaster in East Pakistan in 1954. His son Humayun Mirza married the daughter of Ambassador Hildreth, the then US Ambassador to Pakistan and attended Harvard Business School.
Presidents of Pakistan
|Term of office||Party||Cabal Affiliation|
|Took office||Left office||Time in office|
|23 March 1956||27 October 1958||2 years, 218 days||Republican Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Baghdad Spooks
See further details under duplicate entry in Governor Generals of Pakistan table.
Was deposed under armed escort by General Ayub Khan because he just wouldn’t stop intriguing and conspiring. Left for Britain and wasn’t allowed to be buried in Pakistan when he died. Body was later relocated from Britain to a Shiite shrine in Iran, which further confirms association with Iran-Iraq region.
| Ayub Khan|
|27 October 1958||8 June 1962||3 years, 224 days||Military||Earlier as C-in-C, conspired with General Iskander Mirza and Governor General Ghulam Mohammed to dismiss the cabinet of Nazimuddin in 1953, because there were too many genuine Muslim leaders in it. Later deposed Iskander Mirza in 1958 in a surprise move. Held secret talks with Indian PM Shastri in Tashkent regarding Kashmir, which greatly enraged the Shah Mir Spooks. Tried to create a Home Guard of Pashtun volunteers dubbed Mujahids, which greatly alarmed the US. Tried to politely bribe Maududi. Was deposed by the CIA to make room for the Yahya Khan/Bhutto combine. After him the Phoenicians mandated that no Pashtun would be made top General because they could become too obstinate to control.|
|8 June 1962||25 March 1969||6 years, 290 days||Pakistan Muslim League PML (C)|
|25 March 1969||20 December 1971||2 years, 270 days||Military||Cabal Operative: Yes |
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks Was born in the Spookopolis of Chakwal.
Presided over the loss of East Pakistan (later Bangladesh).
|Zulfikar Ali Bhutto|
|20 December 1971||14 August 1973||1 year, 237 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Baghdad Spooks (Comeback Phase).
|Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry|
|14 August 1973||16 September 1978||4 years, 245 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Sockpuppet of Bhutto
Chaudhry was largely a sockpuppet of Bhutto, and was the first Pakistani President with less power than the Prime Minister. This was due to the new Constitution of 1973 that gave more powers to the Prime Minister. Previously, the President had been the chief executive of Pakistan and had the power to appoint Prime Minister. After the fall of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto from power, Chaudhry continued his presidency but had no influence whatsoever.
|Ꝋ Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq|
|16 September 1978||17 August 1988 †||10 years, 123 days||Military||Hanged Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto.|
|Ghulam Ishaq Khan|
|17 August 1988||18 July 1993||4 years, 325 days||Independent||Was maneouvred into position by General Aslam Beg, paving the way for Benazir Bhutto.|
|18 July 1993||14 November 1993||119 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|14 November 1993||2 December 1997||4 years, 18 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Later had a fallout with Benazir Bhutto.|
|2 December 1997||1 January 1998||27 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Muhammad Rafiq Tarar|
|1 January 1998||20 June 2001||3 years, 170 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||Sockpuppet of Nawaz Sharif.|
|20 June 2001||15 October 2007||6 years, 117 days||Military||Ousted Nawaz Sharif|
|19 November 2007||18 August 2008||263 days||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)||Prevented the so-called War on Terror from spilling into Pakistan.|
|Muhammad Mian Soomro|
|18 August 2008||9 September 2008||22 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||A banker, who once worked for Shell Pakistan.|
|Asif Ali Zardari|
|9 September 2008||9 September 2013||5 years, 0 days||Pakistan Peoples Party||Cabal Operative: Confirmed|
Cabal: Shah Mir Spooks
|9 September 2013||9 September 2018||5 years, 0 days||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|9 September 2018||Incumbent||5 years, 59 days||Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf|
Chiefs of Army Staff of Pakistan and Cabal Affiliations
|Chief of Army Staff||Took office||Left office||Time in office||Cabal Affiliation|
Tikka KhanHJ, HQA, SPk
|3 March 1972||1 March 1976||3 years, 364 days||Cabal Operative: By Association.|
Cabal: British Intelligence
Tikka Khan identified as Janjua Rajput, but there is reason to believe he was something else. He attended the Army Cadet College at Nowgong, Madhya Pradesh in 1933, which is a Spookopolis. Appointed Military Governor of East Pakistan after General Yaqub refused to use military force on East Pakistanis. He was the chief architect of atrocities in East Pakistan, which resulted in discrediting Pakistan’s claim to the region. As many as two million people were killed in these atrocities. Later, he resurfaces in the PPP.
|1 March 1976||17 August 1988||12 years, 169 days||Hanged Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto.|
Mirza Aslam BegNI(M), SBt
|17 August 1988||16 August 1991||2 years, 364 days||Cabal Operative: Likely |
The son of President Zia accused him of masterminding the plane crash which killed Zia. Beg endorsed Ghulam Ishaq Khan as president and ultimately called for new general elections which resulted in the return of the Bhuttos and the PPP. Beg did not consult any of his Corps Commanders or Principal Staff Officers in this matter. He was endorsed by Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto who confirmed his appointment as Chief of Army Staff until 1991. Bhutto also conferred a special award for him for “restoring democracy” (for her family).
Asif Nawaz JanjuaNI(M), SBt
|16 August 1991||8 January 1993 †||1 year, 145 days||Poisoned with arsenic while serving as COAS.|
Abdul Waheed KakarNI(M), SBt
|11 January 1993||12 January 1996||3 years, 1 day||Was the target of an assassination attempt by fake Islamists connected to the Bhuttos.|
Jehangir KaramatNI(M), TBt
|12 January 1996||6 October 1998||2 years, 267 days||Nawaz Sharif had him dismissed as COAS (while ignoring the next in line Ali Kuli Khan) to make Musharraf as COAS. He would soon dismiss Musharraf to make a Kashmiri Spook the COAS, a conspiracy that failed to materialize, thanks to Musharraf’s coup.|
Pervez MusharrafNI(M), TBt
|6 October 1998||29 November 2007||9 years, 53 days||The unlikely choice for COAS which worked wonders for Pakistan.|
Ashfaq Pervez KayaniNI(M), HI(C)
|29 November 2007||29 November 2013||6 years, 0 days||Cabal Operative: Very Likely |
Oversaw the fake-killing of Osama Bin Laden, the resurgence of the PPP, American drone strikes, the TTP and CIA activities on Pakistani soil.
Raheel SharifNI(M), HI(M)
|29 November 2013||29 November 2016||3 years, 0 days||Almost destroyed all remnants of Al Qaida in Pakistan.|
Qamar Javed BajwaNI(M), HI(M)
|29 November 2016||29 November 2022||6 years, 0 days||Cabal Operative: Yes |
Was to be the last COAS of Pakistan following the Indo-Pak War of 2019, which would see the destruction of Pakistan. Later played a critical role in the ousting of Imran Khan.
Asim MunirNI(M), HI(M)
|29 November 2022||Incumbent||340 days|
Director-Generals of Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan and Cabal Affiliations
|Name||Start of term||End of term||Cabal Affiliation|
|Major General Syed Shahid Hamid, HJ||14 July 1948||20 June 1950||Cabal Operative: Confirmed |
Cabal: Nizari Ismailis
Was the uncle of Bombay-born Ismaili novelist Salman Rushdie. He was also the grandfather of the British journalist, Mishal Husain. Small world!
|Major General Robert Cawthome||20 June 1950||1959||Cabal Operative: Confirmed |
Cabal: British Intelligence
Nobody asks the question why this man was running Pakistan’s Intelligence twelve years after “independence.” Some believe the ISI was his creation.
|Major General Riaz Hussain||1959||1966|
|Major GeneralMohammed Akbar Khan||1966||May 1971||Commanded the annexation of Dogra Kashmir, but was allowed to only take half of it by the crypto civilian rulers of Pakistan (as the rest of it was supposed to become a UN Mandate). Grew extremely popular and powerful. We are told he headed the first military conspiracy against the “Civilian rulers” of Pakistan (Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case). Feared, admired and loathed by many. Sadly, Bhutto later diverted his energies towards persecution campaigns in East Pakistan. I can’t make sense of his later alliance with a noted Spook like Bhutto.|
|Major General Ghulam Jilani Khan||16 December 1971||16 September 1978|
|Lieutenant General Muhammad Riaz Khan||17 September 1978||20 June 1979|
|Ꝋ Lieutenant General Akhtar Abdur Rahman Khan, NI(M)HI(M)||21 June 1979||29 March 1987||Was killed in the same plane crash that killed General Zia. Played a critical role in the Soviet defeat in Afghanistan by coordinating weapons for the mujahideen.|
|Ꝋ Lieutenant General Hamid Gul, HI(M)SBt||29 March 1987||29 May 1989||Played a critical role in the Soviet defeat in Afghanistan. Was also involved in secretly countering the Bhuttos in Pakistan. After the fake death of Osama Bin Laden, went public with claims that his death had been faked. Was poisoned afterwards. Indian Intelligence hated him for their own legitimate reasons.|
|Lieutenant General Shamsur Rahman Kallu, HI(M)TBt||30 May 1989||August 1990|
|Lieutenant General Asad Ahmed Durrani, HI(M)||August 1990||13 March 1992||Cabal Operative: Likely |
He later wrote a book implying Pakistan’s role in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, which helped divert attention away from Western Intelligence Agencies.
|Lieutenant General Javed Nasir, HI(M)SBt||14 March 1992||13 May 1993||A well-intentioned but simple-minded Islamist, who was maneuvered into position by Nawaz Sharif, so that he could break the ISI away from the Military Oversight. Tried to broker peace between different mujahideen factions after the fall of Kabul. Assisted Bosnian Muslims against the Serbs.|
|Lieutenant General Javed Ashraf Qazi, HI(M)SBt||14 May 1993||October 1995||Born in the Spookopolis of Shimla, Indian Punjab.|
|Lieutenant General Naseem Rana||October 1995||October 1998||Helped the Taliban in its initial struggles. Blackballed after 9/11.|
|Lieutenant General Ziauddin Butt, HI(M)||October 1998||12 October 1999||Cabal Operative: By Association.|
Cabal: Nawaz Sharif /PML-N / Shah Mir Spooks
During his tenure, the ISI got involved in some shadowy covert actions in Afghanistan, just prior to 9/11. It seems there was an attempt to bring the Taliban under the ISI’s control, a move which was resisted by the Taliban. Nawaz Sharif wanted to make him COAS by dismissing Musharraf. This is the first case of ISI heads springboarding into the COAS.
|Lieutenant General Mahmud Ahmed, HI(M)||20 October 1999||7 October 2001||Musharraf’s man. Americans had him removed after 9/11 by creating a trail to fake 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Ata well in advance.|
|Lieutenant General Ehsan ul Haq, HI(M)||7 October 2001||5 October 2004||The replacement for Mahmud Ahmed. His appointment to Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, the Commander-in-chief of Pakistan Armed Forces, was fairly controversial, as he superseded seven senior Generals. He later plays a key role in the manhunt for Omar Saeed Sheikh after he managed to kill Osama Bin Laden. General Ehsan ul Haq was later made first ever Colonel-in-Chief of the Army Air Defence (AD) on 18th December 2004.|
|Lieutenant General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, HI(M)SI(M)TI(M)||5 October 2004||8 October 2007||Cabal Operative: Yes |
Later springboards into the COAS. Sadly, Musharraf trusted him, resulted in his downfall.
|Lieutenant General Nadeem Taj, HI(M)TBt||9 October 2007||29 September 2008||A close aide of Musharraf, who was with Musharraf during the 1999 coup, and was with Musharraf during an assassination attempt. The Americans hated him and ensured his removal before they would fake-kill Osama Bin Laden.|
|Lieutenant General Ahmad Shuja Pasha, HI(M)||1 October 2008||18 March 2012||While being a Kayani loyalist, he earned the ire of the Americans for refusing to play along in the fake-killing of Osama Bin Laden. In his final year he was engaging in “shouting matches” with then CIA Director Leon Panetta, cutting cooperation down to a minimum and ordering the harassment of U.S. diplomats in Pakistan. President Zardari was so scared of him and the commander of the 111th Infantry Brigade Commander Sarfaraz Ali, that he sought American military help against them (despite having COAS Kayani by his side).|
|Lieutenant General Zaheerul Islam, HI(M)||19 March 2012||7 November 2014||Cabal Operative: Likely, if familial association is considered. |
His uncle was Shah Nawaz Khan, a major General in the Indian National Army of Subhas Chandra Bose. Shah Nawaz Khan is related to Bollywood Actor Shah Rukh Khan. It is alleged that Islam is also related to Shah Rukh Khan. Shah Nawaz Khan was a confirmed Cabal Operative, who played a major role in the coverup following disappearance of Bose (by giving false testimony).
|Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar||7 November 2014||11 December 2016|
|Lieutenant General Naveed Mukhtar||11 December 2016||25 October 2018|
|Lieutenant General Syed Asim Munir Ahmad Shah, HI(M)||25 October 2018||16 June 2019||Springboards into COAS.|
|Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed, HI(M)||17 June 2019||19 Nov 2021||Like Yahya Khan, was born in the Spookopolis of Chakwal. Was Imran Khan’s candidate. If he was to be ISI chief during the planned Indo-Pak War of 2019, that would confirm him as a Cabal Operative.|
|Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum||20 Nov 2021||Incumbent||Cabal Operative: Obvious, if actions are considered. |
Played a big role in the ouster of Imran Khan. In October 2022, gave a live press briefing and tried to answer multiple issues that were taking place at the time, especially regarding Lettergate, Arshad Sharif’s death, the failed assassination attempt on former Prime Minister Imran Khan, the military’s support of Shahbaz Sharif amidst the alleged involvement of General Bajwa towards Imran Khan’s ouster, and Khan’s Azadi March 2022. His second-in-command Faisal Naseer aka Dirty Harry was outed by Imran Khan himself as being responsible in an attempted assassination. His tenure has been extended by one year.
Similar tables can be created for Finance Ministers of Pakistan, but that would be beyond the scope of this reading. Did you know that this smug dude has been Finance Minister of Pakistan on four separate occasions?