Pakistan's Roll of Honour By Syed Haider Raza Mehdi | Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Pakistan's Roll of Honour. The Eleven who will never be forgotten

1. Justice Asif Saeed Khosa
2. Justice Ejaz Afzal
3. Justice Gulzar Ahmed
4. Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed
5. Justice Ijazul Ahsan
6. Wajid Zia, FIA JIT Head
7. Amer Aziz, State Bank of Pakistan, JIT Member
8. Bilal Rasool, SECP, JIT member.
9. Irfan Naeem Mangi, NAB, JIT member.
10. Brig Muhammad Nauman Saeed, ISI: JIT member.
11. Brig Kamran Khurshid, MI :JIT member.

To these brave souls who fought for what is right. Who did what their conscience demanded. Who carved their names on the rocks of Justice, Integrity, Truth, Honesty. Who demolished evil and dishonesty. People whose names will forever live in history as those early flames of rule of law in Pakistan. People who finally broke through the darkness surrounding Pakistan and gave us hope.

To Chairman PTI Mr. Imran Khan who stood steadfast against a barage of criticism by the PML(N) and its federal ministers, of criticism thrown on him by right wing and liberals of Pakistan. All appreciation to Imran Khan for his relentless pursuit of what seemed impossible!

The Battle for Pakistan has just started. We must not give up.

And be warned that the enemy within, is devious, powerful, rich and most dangerous, because he is now wounded.

Nawaz Sharif and the interests he represents will attack the State and it's institutions with the ferocity of a Bull Terrier and the cunning of a Fox. He will do everything to destroy as he has now very little to lose.

Stripped off his office and his dignity and any little self respect he may have as are his children, his anger and venom could be catastrophic for Pakistan.

Beware the man who will now potentially lose everything. Moral and Material.

But these are also moments to rejoice and also to remind ourselves in the words of Nelson Mandela that the journey has just started.

"I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb."
- 1994. Long Walk to Freedom.

-Haider Mehdi