The world is a mortal place. No one can last here, and the soul that has come into the world has to leave here. What remains here is the Blessed Self of Allah, who is eternal. And after the departure of a man, it is his actions that remain. On the basis of this, his case will be presented before Allah on the Day of Resurrection. The former President of Pakistan and Army Chief General Pervez Musharraf died in Dubai after a long illness a few days ago. He was later buried with official honours in the Military Cemetery in Karachi, Pakistan. While former Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani participated in his funeral, present Joint Chiefs of Army Staff General Sahir Shamshad Mirza also attended the funeral along with his colleagues. If the late General Pervez Musharraf has done some good things, he is also criticised for nullifying the constitution. Even on the occasion of his death, the people of Pakistan were divided into two different directions, some people continued to praise him and some people continued to remember him as an anti-constitutionalist. Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani presided over the senate session. There was a commotion in the senate over the prayer for forgiveness of former president Pervez Musharraf and it was seen that the house was divided over the recitation of Fatiha on the death of Pervez Musharraf. Government members opposed the prayer for Pervez Musharraf and tried to disrespect a Muslim who had passed away. Senator Mushtaq from Jamaat-e-Islami was asked to pray, but he refused to do so. The leader of the opposition in the senate, Shahzad Wasim, insisted on the recitation of Fatiha for Pervez Musharraf. He said that how much we have fallen socially, prayers for forgiveness are not being offered for a deceased Muslim person. He said that these two ruling parties have taken NRO from Pervez Musharraf in the past as well. He was right when the current ruling parties took the oath with black armbands in front of him. Senator of the PPP Maula Bakhsh Chandio, while expressing his views in the Senate, said these people had left Musharraf to die in a foreign country, and today, they are talking about prayers for him. Maula Bakhsh Chandio said that whoever supported the violator of the constitution was also talking about violating the constitution. Whoever violated the constitution was a traitor and whoever was a friend of Musharraf was also a traitor, he added. Those who are the champions of the constitution today have taken NRO from Pervez Musharraf in the past. I have stated before that a person doesn’t need to leave this world after making everyone happy. As far as the Jamaat-e-Islami senator’s refusal to pray for Musharraf’s forgiveness is concerned, it may be morally right, but it is not Shariah-wise. Because when a Muslim leaves this world, his case is with Allah and if Allah wills, He can forgive his sins. Those who are the champions of the Constitution today have taken NRO from Pervez Musharraf in the past. Then the current government coalition refused to pray for Pervez Musharraf’s forgiveness, and some of the leaders in this coalition have also been associates of Pervez Musharraf. Many people in PML-N were associates of Pervez Musharraf who were later included in the PML-N, so when those people leave the world, will the same attitude be adopted towards them because these people have also been accomplices of a dictator? Similarly, many people in the PPP were related to Pervez Musharraf. Above all, Pervez Musharraf was the president when the ministers of the PPP and PML-N took oath in front of him in 2008. If we look back at the achievements of Pervez Musharraf, what we see today as independent media in the country is because of the opportunities he offered for private electronic media to flourish in Pakistan. Then he managed the economy for nine years in a far better way. In negotiations with India, he put Pakistan first and never allowed India to dominate him. If we look back at his career, Pervez Musharraf, born on August 11, 1943, in Delhi, studied at St. Patrick’s High School, Karachi, and later studied at FC College, Lahore. Pervez Musharraf was commissioned into the Pakistan Army in 1961 and joined the Special Services Group. Also participated in the wars of 1965 and 1971. Graduated from Command and Staff College Quetta and also took courses from Royal College and Defense Studies UK. In October 1998, he took over the command of the Pakistan Army and after that how he came to power and served the country has become a part of history. History is very merciless. The debate about who is good and who is bad should be left to history so that future generations can know by themselves who worked for the interest of Pakistan. We should avoid giving tickets to heaven and hell. The writer is an old Aitchisonian who believes in freedom of expression, a freelance columnist, entrepreneur and social activist.