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Best Pakistani Leader
Pervaiz Musharaf
26%
 26%  [ 62 ]
Benazir Bhutto
6%
 6%  [ 15 ]
Nawaz Sharif
16%
 16%  [ 38 ]
Imran Khan
45%
 45%  [ 107 ]
Muslim Leaque Q - Chaudhry Bradran
0%
 0%  [ 2 ]
MMA - Qazi Hussain
4%
 4%  [ 11 ]
Total Votes : 235

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ali
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Best Pakistani Leader
As you can see the current situation. What do you think will be best for Pakistan. Who can be the best leader and why you support him/her?

Please try to give some logic behind your vote, so other person can convince?
Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:06 am View user's profile Send private message
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I voted Imran Khan!

why. He is best person to hold the nation, he had done impossible things in past as criketer, and as politician speaking out against biggest Mob of pakistan and this General ... Now Pakistan is needed a person how can do impossible things.

for me making Pakistan peacful and free of army politics looks Impossible task.

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Imran Khan. The only one in the parliament who has a proven social work recored apart from his cricketing feats. He makes a lot sense, made his fortune and fame before entering politics unlike all others, seems honest, passionate and brave enough to take on anyone.
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here is should be one more option No one

bcoz no one deserve it !!!
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any one has better idea?


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the better idea is that

No One !!!!!
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YA...i feel one had2 chose someone.. Reply with quote
Ofcourse

Pervez musharraf..

Reasons:


1)pakistan has progressed during his reign...
2)Aur aise bi wt u all think...if musharraf leaves his throne then someone else from army will do a coup and become president..so it ll be better for ur country if musharraf restores democracy @ sustainable rate.
3)USA supports musharraf
4) He is practical in cracking down the militants(taliwan)
5)Now aftre karanchi bomb blast and this emergency he has a valid reason to destroy the full militant network
6)Democracy is only possible in peaceful states..


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As riya says no-one in pakistan is worth to represent or lead them.So i have one option.


we can form indian union comprising india and pakistan.india and pakistan can be merged like UK and ireland.India is a soft state and people of pakistan can live freely under govt of india.Pakistan politicians can choose any party they want to like BJP,COngress ,Communist and socielist(CPI/CPM ) or even their own party will work out.(Bjp is a kind of hindu party but it still has some muslim leaders).SO politcians from pakistan can be given option 2 join any of them or they can continue with their own party.Aftre the merge ,

1)Demography:combined population of india and pakistan will be about 1.27 billion(1.11+.16)
2)Economy of both country will combining will be about 1.15 trillion $(1+.15)
3)india and pakistan has about 22 and 25 % of people under poverty line comprising 25 crore india+4 crore pakistan there by totalling about 29 crore.The poor people will gain access to cheap crops.AS we see sometimes pakistan has more yield and india has less.sometimes pakistan exports and smetimes pakistan import.so with combined demography poor will get maximum benefits.India union will nt have to import any food items from any country.we ll be self sufficent .
4)India has big natural resource and manufacturing industries.Tata,Birla,MIttal,L&T,Reliance will be able to invest more in pakistan which has lower wage and similar mineral resources in west pakistan
5)India and pak combined GDP can progress at rate of 9%.India is leading in software but operating cost is increasing.Then indian companies like TCS,Infosys ,wipro,satyam,CTS,Mindtree,HCL,Techmahindra and there are about 200 out of which 6 have reveues more than 1$ billion and 20 have btween (100 $milion-1$billion) can open their software parks in pakistan and that will provide equal opportunity to pakistanis engineers
6)India is just starting in chip manufacturing (Fabrication is going to start from 2008).india and Pakistan imports all chips from china,taiwan and korea.But now in last 5 years india does designing chips in bangalore/chennaai/hyderabad from the wafers which are built in Fab units in china/taiwan/korea and almost all companies like motorala,Nokia,Soni,ericsson,samsung,videocon,LG,Intel has manufatcuring (design)unit here.But chips are not made in india and its is yet to start from next year.Once india and pakistan will be 1 country.pakistan and india will not have 2 buy from china and other countries.AS india now is far behind china in manufactring .so once pakistan is with us we can easily export to Gulf,central asia and europe and cut the chinese share in world trade.
And as wage labour will become costly in india most of the production will shift to pakistan ..so pakistan will be able to get good Internal FDI from india.
7)India is eyeing big share of shipping industry with investment of about 10 bill$ in shipping industry in lst 3-4 years and about 4-5 ship yards are going to start the construction by 2008.Pakistan once becomes state of india will also get a lot of revenue from indian union.
8)India is secular.Almost all parties are secular and i feel pakistan muslims will be able to live very freely.After india and pakistan merge.we will have musims population of 31 crore and 80 crore hindus.India govt is known for its secular nature in the world.With pakistan politicians in india union,EVery region will have its own mandate and they will be able to influence the govt.Tourism industry in pakistan will gain a lot.AS now pakistan gets very less tourists.Even indians are fond of touring in country.ANd with pakistan and india combined we will be able to visit from Nagaland in india to Balochochistan in pakistan.
9)India and pak market combined will be biggest in the world.ANd pakistan will become base for american companies as now its not as developed as india.so it will be cheaper to start a plant in pakistan.Pakistan cheap labour can be utilised in manufacturing sector.ALso global MNC like IBM and intel has a investment of 5-6 billion $ in india.IBM has about 15 software parks in Tier1,Tier2,Tier3 cities.so they will be more ready to move to pakistan city than work in india with higher operating cost.
10)India is spending 500 bill$ in infrastruture .so pakistan wll be able to supply with cement and other basic materials and that will boost pakistan industry.
11)indian company like Reliance and ONGC will be ready 2 set up petrochemical plants in pakistan as it's near to Central asia.They can connnect central asia to pakistan /india and india union wil be able to acquire the energy at cheaper price.Pakistanis public sector will be made part of INdia union PSU(public sector undertaking)Indian public sector are now giving lot of profits unlike 90's.COmpanies like SBI,NTPC are grwing fast.with some 25-30 Pakistanis public sector companies union will be able to grow faster and pakistan companies will learn to remove the bottleneck,modernize and grow as fast as their indian partners.Indian railway for eg has a profit of 5 bill $..so we will be able to make our public sector companies more competitive.
12)Once india and pakistan will become one .I think there will be no-one raising the kashmir issue and kashmir will prosper and it will be able to get crores of tourist and become switzerland.People of kashmir will gain maximum benefit from india and pakistan union.Ofcourse india union comprising (india and pakistan will not like kashmir to be separate state from union) as it will give revenue of 5-6 bill $ from tourism alone.
13)Defense expenditure will be minimized.After union india and pakistan will be a global power in defence.We can then reduce our troops and bring down the count of soldiers to a reasonable level.India which is going to launch ICBM already thinks beyond pakistan as india has global ambitions.Pak and india forces will form the most advanced armed forces in the world...ANd most important dictators like musharraf will never come up again.No country will dare to challenge the might of india union
14)India and pakistan will have a lot of space power in civilian space market and we will be able to tap the big wrold space market..
15)india union will open world class educational institutes like IIT and IIM and AIIMS In pakistan and india,pakistan will lead the world in all kinds of research like SOftware ,Biotech,Nanotech,Hardware and aerospace.AT present india is further going to add some 7 more IIT(indian inst of tech) , 8-12 IIM(indian inst of mangment) and 5 AIIMS(All indian institute of med sciences) and some 100's university by 2012.
16)Last and most important reason for our union is that we are of same origin.We speak and live similarly and we have similar culture.ALthough china is helping pak with some defence equipment but their aim is to export cheap things to pakistan and earn a lot of revenue.China although has no world class private sector cmpany.The only thing it did was to set up good infrastructure to attract all AMerican and japanese/korean companies 2 attract and invest and export from there.CHina real product made by them are Toys which are so cheap and unhealthy.CHina flushes all cheap products to pakistan and is destroying pak economy.Why china has not opened any single manufacturing plant in pakistan even if pakisatani's feel its biggest ally.???CHina recently is developing Gwadar port.Its just for their own oil security.China is worls famous for selfishness.They devalue their currency down (knowlingly) and flush world with chinese products(its like american company making products in china and exporting it bak 2 USA) and we indians and pakistanis are letting our currency appreciate and its hitting our exports.chinese are really hurting pakistanis industry.
17)India and pakistan share tradition of last 3000 yrs and it will be really good for the country to unite and live together as one unit with people from all religions living peacefully .

Conclusion: I feel bollywood is playing a good role and if such situation like emergency and dictatorship persists in pakistan then people of pakistan should be certainly happy to live under india union...


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Well none of those can be called a leader, but Gen. Musharraf is better than the rest of the crowed due to his undoubted comitment to the country. His action or decisions may or may not be correct but his intention is always good.

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rohit_bangalore
No Way to your suggestion, Thats not acceptable at all.
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Its better than living under a dictator who can attack anyone if his dad America says 2.India is a safer place and no country can dare to attack...you should be thankful to us that we still consider pakistanis old brother.......
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I would suggest that we should include Justice Retd. Wajih-uddin in the polling list of Best Leaders as well and then reset the poll. He definitely has emerged as a new, clean and educated face in pakistan and nobody can argu over his patriotism and integrity. what do you think guys/admin????
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@rohit_bangalore

why do all the indians ever remain concerned about unification of pakistan&india? dont you have anything else to do...
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As im new on this forum....plz tell me how can i watche pakistani private channels also would like to tell you that ....There is only one best leader in pakistan that .......GREAT IMRAN KHAN
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Riya wrote:
here is should be one more option No one

bcoz no one deserve it !!!
ya that's tru
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in my opinion Imran is best among the lot
From the inception of tehreeq-e-insaf he took the instance for the judiciary and in the fowling years the revolution happen
in that sector all the other leaders talk about dreams but tehreek-e-insaf talks about reality tyhings which are the major problums in the way of sucses

and i think people of pakistan are no mooooooooooor chutiya any more
so know no budy can stop change
change will happen if put hurdles in the way the change will take a wrong turn and thats disastrous
so give a way to young people to lead because you oldeas suck
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place
by: Imran Khan

Fanatics to the left of us, fanatics to the right of us, with Pakistan caught in the middle. There are two minuscule fanatical groups, the influential liberal fanatics and the religious fanatics, at either end of the spectrum. Trapped and held hostage in the middle is the moderate majority, from westernized liberals who are genuinely tolerant of others’ views to the genuinely religious with open minds who believe that there is no compulsion in religion. There is also plenty of ignorance and as a result plenty of confusion, especially amongst the youth.

Because to liberal fanatics modernization means westernization, they have to perforce look down on their own culture and religion. Lacking a proper understanding of Islam they see the religion through western eyes, convinced that it is a retrogressive, primitive creed of ancient desert folk. Resultantly they are convinced that Islam impedes Pakistan’s progress, meaning westernization. Thus though the mullah has never been part of our effete and corrupt ruling elite, he is blamed for Pakistan’s current crises. To the liberal fanatic secularism means being anti-Islam, as in Kamalist Turkey. Lacking respect for and an understanding of Pakistan’s history and culture, their every solution to Pakistan’s problems is imported. Hence liberal fanatics have variously advocated Marxism, women’s liberation, market economy, and other western beliefs which are being boosted by a particular lobby for a western-specific purpose at a particular point in time. Only free minds can have the original ideas so desperately needed by this country.

Liberal fanatics credit India’s recent economic success not to the country’s better education system but to the ‘westerness’ of Indian culture as falsely portrayed by some of their TV channels by attempting to remove all Indianness from their characters. They don them in Western clothes, give them American accents and, most shockingly, white skins. Indian looking caricatures are objects of ridicule while the hero or role model is always fair and totally westernized.

These people have only to study colonial history of the past two centuries to realize that wherever an alien culture was imposed on an indigenous people it caused mass upheaval, disruption and destruction to their way of life. From the Aborigines of Australia to the Indians of the Americas and most of Africa the local people fell between two stools in the name of modernization. The societies that have been success stories have all used western knowledge but developed in the context of their own culture and environment like Japan and China. Desi liberal fanatics preach secularism, yet they don’t fully understand the evolution of secularism in Europe. Martin Luther’s movement was to free religion from the stranglehold of the church, not to get rid of religion altogether. The Desi secularists have been heavily influenced by Marxism with its anti-religion and anti-family message and American secularism. After the bitter Scopes court case in 1925, the secularists turned fiercely anti-religion and after a hard fought campaign won a huge victory when in 1963 the US Supreme Court actually disallowed the teaching of religion in state schools. Martin Luther, who was a God fearing man, would be turning in his grave at the thought of where the movement that he began to break the tyranny of the church has ended up. Unfortunately our liberal fanatics are bent upon imposing western secular values on a country where the vast majority’s entire way of life is influenced by religion. Their arrogance arises out of a feeling of ‘superiority’ that westernization bestows on them.

When our liberal fanatics talk of women’s rights it is not from the Islamic perspective but a western one. Again the struggle of western woman for emancipation is within the context of their history and culture, totally alien to the Muslim experience. Hence when the real liberal Mohammed Ali Jinnah was addressing the Aligarh students in 1938, he appealed to them to work for the emancipation of the Muslim woman: “This is essential; but I do not want to ape the evils of the West.” Similarly, the other great Muslim liberal Allama Iqbal always kept stressing to the Muslim youth to find their own way and not “tread on others’ paths.” Iqbal was an original because by having in-depth knowledge of the Quran, Islamic history as well as European philosophies he was in a position to critically evaluate Islamic as well as western civilization. If only we had a scholar of Iqbal’s calibre today he would have questioned the direction western civilization has taken; e.g. in its exploitation of women, as in beauty contests, in advertisements where half-clad women are used to sell products, or where fashion forces women to display their bodies. He would certainly have commented on the proliferation of public immorality in the name of freedom and its role in the breakdown of the family. And, its impact on the devaluing of the role of the mother, a role so highly regarded in Islam. Iqbal would certainly have questioned homosexual marriages and gay couples adopting children.

Liberal fanatics overlook such issues because westoxified minds are in no position to critically analyze the direction in which western civilization is headed. The irony is that in the Victorian age, the peak of British civilization, public morality was much higher than in most of the Muslim World today. Indeed, the Victorians thought Islam a permissive religion. Consequently, and not surprisingly, the family system and values were strong. If the liberal fanatics had their way we would destroy the only institution that is keeping our society from completely falling apart, our family system. Already satellite and cable TV are causing tremendous frustration amongst our youth and putting a great strain on our social system.

At the other extreme we have religious fanatics whose numbers are growing by the day. The main cause of religious extremism is injustice: the growing gap between rich and poor, with the majority of the population being denied education, employment, health and justice. With no stake in the system, militant Islam becomes appealing to the dispossessed. Add to this the injustices against Muslims in Kashmir, Chechnya, Bosnia, Palestine and so many other places. Eighty percent of all refugees in the world are Muslim. It is not hard to see why the idealistic and romantic amongst us are driven to take up arms. In the last century such European romantics fought in the Spanish Civil War. There are, of course, religious zealots who through sheer ignorance decided to force their uninformed version of Islam through the barrel of the gun. Such bigots have done tremendous damage to Islam as they have failed to understand that Islam is a battle for conquering hearts and minds. The Quran repeatedly says that there is no compulsion in religion. The Messenger (PBUH) was told by Allah in the Quran that his job was simply to proclaim His message, the real meaning of Iqra “Proclaim the Word of God who created Man from a clot.” Whether people converted or not wasn’t Muhammad’s (PBUH) business. There are yet others who have killed fellow Muslims in the name of their sect, doing the greatest damage to a religion that constantly preaches tolerance and rejects sectarianism, tribalism and clannishness of any kind other than the ummah, the universal brotherhood of believers on One God. The worst of the fanatics are those who have actually made Islam a business proposition. Then there are those who have become fanatics as a reaction to their religion and way of life being threatened by western culture. This is because of little understanding of western culture due to a sub-standard education system in which everything western is regarded with suspicion, part of a western or a Jewish conspiracy. This group is not only anti-west but is also anti- all the westernized Pakistani elite.

As to the question about how a country deals with the complex issue of religious fundamentalism, the liberal fanatics have only one answer, one very close to Hitler’s ‘Final Solution’: they want the army to take them on. The same group that, quite rightly, preaches dialogue with India, has the most illiberal solutions for its own countrymen.

In fact liberal fanatics are not equipped to hold any dialogue with religious fanatics simply because they are not armed with sufficient knowledge of Islam. In any case religious fanatics consider liberal fanatics (with some justification) as toadies of the West. We need an Iqbal to fight religious bigotry for the only weapon against fundamentalism is enlightened Islam. Fanatics need to be told about Islamic history, how other religions and other points of view were tolerated in days when Europe was ruled by bigotry and ignorance. Islam never knew the savagery of the Inquisition where people were put through unimaginable tortures in the name of religion. As early as the 9th Century AD Muslim scholars were debating the rights of the child. The sophistication of debate was such that a scholar, before putting forth his point of view, would start by saying, “it is possible that I may be wrong.” It was this freedom of thought and the spirit of inquiry that created the intellectual atmosphere that enabled the Islamic World to produce all the world’s top scientists for 750 years. Had it not been for the sacking of Baghdad by the Mongolians in 1258, and had the autocratic Mongolian mindset, that stifled debate, not taken over the Muslim world, it would not be in such a sorry state today.

It was scholars like Jamal-ud-din Afghani, Mohammed Abdu and Iqbal who talked about the movement of thought through Ijtihad. Iqbal argued that just as the European Renaissance and Reformation were triggered off by the acquisition of knowledge from the Muslim universities of Spain, and the Middle East during the Crusades, it was high time that the Muslims used western knowledge to “reconstruct religious thought.” The reason why even today Iqbal is regarded our greatest scholar is because he was able to give the Islamic perspective on contemporary issues of the time, like democracy, socialism, and capitalism.
To end fanaticism both religious and liberal we need to gather genuine Muslim scholars from Pakistan and abroad and hold debates on TV and radio. Pakistani youth needs to know the relevance of Islam to their lives in the 21st Century. We need to find “our own way” rather than importing ideologies that have no relevance to our lives and have failed to deliver. A modern day Ijtihad done by genuine Islamic scholars (and there are plenty of them in the world) will not only give us a common vision and values, it will also marginalise the extremists at both ends. Above all our ruling elite might finally break the shackles of mental slavery and find homegrown solutions to our problems.

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there is only one leader and that is imran khan
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I think Imran Khan is the best option we have. He has demonstrated excellent leadership skills as a captain. And as a politician he has always adopted a strong, clear position based on principles, not like most other politicians who keep changing their stance just for political gains.
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i don't know if someone really came across this point before. but here is my 2 cents.
first of all for pakistan to progress we need everyone to do their part. that is possible by creating a want to learn; learn to read write speak. the fact is that Most of pakistan is illetrate. not only in educational section but in morallity. everyone is willing to sell theirs for money either for greed or need of food money shelter.

On one side we have extremists who pick up Quran on every single sentence but yet forget to think about the pillars of islam. the fundamentals. hence, making themseleves out of one of the many hipocrates around the world. then we have poor illiterate people who are promissed food secure future ISLAMIC FUTURE!... we all know when there is no money when there is no trust when there is no way out people turn to god. unfortunately here these people who are speaking of quran don't even know what they are talking about. its really important that we impose not only reading the quran but understanding it.

yes i do understand that pakistan is a poor country it cannot afford education. BUT NONE THE LESS WE ARE MUSLIMS WE SHOULD DO OUR PART IN TEACHING OUR KIDS MORALS.

now on the other side we have MISS BENAZIR BHUTTO! lol what can i say about her she has her way to get the fire started in the middle of pakistan n burn the whole nation out she has done it before. once she was done she ran away and let the fire be put out. now she comes back for moaking more money so that she can transfer it all to her kids SWISS ACCOUNTS!!!. she comes on tv claiming there is no democracy restore the democracy .

then we have our great old mush. now he is the leader who is actually doing something for the country which this country cannot resist; a leader who wants to something for the country!! .. oh no common who in this whole pakistan wants that where every one wants everything done for themselves on the expense of their neighbours, brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers. we can tell by the number of people who are in the edhi foundation who knows how many are there who don;t even get there and commit suicide. ANY WAYS GETTING BACK ON POLITICS. he has done alot for pakistan but yes poor people in pakistan are getting bothered now because he is busy trying to get us stronger as a nation but hey we are worried about sindh, punjab, balochistan and NWFP.

like mush said being democratic and well stablish does not happen over a night its a procedure which takes time i guess we rather have corrupt politicians eat away at the money just so we can get some money through some of the corruption.

MY WORD IS FOR MUSH! KEEP THOSE REd Mosque terrorist in if needs be through a constitution give them a life sentence and have them understand quran rather than letting them just read. KEEP IT UP YOU ARE THE BEST THIS COUnTRY Can look up to so far!.

Well i tried 2 cents but gave out a dollar sorry after all i am a pakistani too. :)
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ali wrote:
As you can see the current situation. What do you think will be best for Pakistan. Who can be the best leader and why you support him/her?

Please try to give some logic behind your vote, so other person can convince?


I think Benazir Bhutto has the capabilities to interact with all the political, relegious, regional and ethnical parties and internationally as well. Only PPP has the majority votes in Pakistan than any other party.
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PPP means MR 10% will be back in action again... LOL LOL




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Till now Imran Khan is winning. He seems to be very popular among new young generation. Musharaf is behind Imran. All the other leader are far away including Benazir and Nawaz Sharif.


Forum Pakistan has provided us good oppotunity to see who is popular specially among internet generation. Polling is still there, so please participate and give your vote.

Thanks.
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rohit_bangalore,

Muslim in Gujrat anf Kashmir are enjoying soft state of India. Our elder told us about ''baghal main churi< moonh main ram ram" But seen personally two faces of yours in Canada
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President Gen. Pervez Musharraf is the best leader Pakistan has had since Quaid-e-Azam!!

Why do we all forget where we were way back in 1999 or 1990s for that matter! it is because of the honest and hard work of our President that Pakistan holds great importance not only in the Islamic world but globally. No one can question the loyalty of a man who has fought wars to defend our country and is williing to defend it even today!

During his tenure as President his economic reforms, developmental programs, foreign investments, telecommunication reforms, media reforms, record employment and many other things worth mentioning yielded record results. Why do we forget that it is because of his hard work that we all are empowered to speak this way today!
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