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Monday, February 18, 2008

Pakistan Elections: And Now Begum Shagufta Anwar Predicts

Begum Shagufta Anwar has also made her predictions reading Tarot Cards. She may be good at reading Tarot Cards. After all she (allegedly) had predicted in the past the removal of Iftikhar Chaudhry as CJ and Shaukat Aziz as PM. But her maths is suspect. She predicts 140-150 seats in the NA for PPP and yet claims they would form a coalition government in the center. [The total seats for the NA are 273!] In about another 9 hours we would know how correct these predictions are.

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani tarot card reader, who predicted President Pervez Musharraf's re-election and the postponement of the general election, has now forecast that the Pakistan People's Party and PML-N will form a short-lived coalition government at the centre.

Begum Shagufta Anwar, who hit the headlines with her predictions last year, has said the Pakistan People's Party and PML-N will form a coalition government at the centre after the polls but fresh elections will be called in 2009 as the next parliament will survive for only a year.

Anwar had predicted the removal of Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and the end to the political career of former premier Shaukat Aziz, who is not contesting the general election.

She told 'The Frontier Post' newspaper that the parliament formed after today's general election will last less than a year and fresh polls will be called in 2009.

According to her predictions, the PPP will win between 140 and 150 seats in the National Assembly while the PML-N would emerge victorious in 80 to 90 constituencies. The ruling PML-Q will bag only about 20 to 25 seats, she said.


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