Analysis Of Pervez Musharraf's Devolution Plan 2000
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Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000 and Present Scenario of Local Government
The article focuses an overall review of the prevailing situation of the local government, decentralization and devolution of powers for the community uplift and people participation in the community development at grassroots level under the Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000.
1. Introduction Pervez Musharraf’s Regime and Devolution Plan
Pakistan Army and Chief of Army Staff, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Pervez Musharraf expelled elected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his elected government in 1999 coup which was a controlled coup in the history of Pakistan. This was the reaction of 12 October 1999; a preplanned action of Nawaz Sharif the plan was to replace Musharraf with Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director-General Lieutenant-General Ziauddin Butt as Chief of Army Staff (CAS) while Musharraf was out of the country and coming back from Sri Lanka to Karachi…show more content… The Pakistan Army erudite of the order for Pervez Musharraf and held the control tower of the Karachi airport in order to let the plane to land, this was the initiation of the takeover.
Soon after two days the coup, Musharraf declared emergency and emanated a Provisional Constitutional Order. The Provisional Constitutional Order (PCO) shaped many issues, as a number of justices rebuffed to take oath under the Provisional Constitutional Order