The north eastern caliphate of South Tyneside was thrown into political turmoil this morning when troops took to the streets to enforce marshal law. After allegations of rigged votes and election irregularities, local militia were ordered to restore order so that “people can walk the streets in complete freedom … of the truth about these allegations”.
Brendeena Bhutto was a victim of this purge, and she was forced to seek refuge in cyber cafes based in South Tyneside College.
Pakistanis President Musharraf, commenting on issues of voting irregularities said;
"I think that the decision for who should be the government of South Tyneside is an issue for the people of the Borough, and my very strong view is that democracy is the ally of security and moderation in the region".