In one of my previous post I mentioned that then Corps Commander Lt Gen Shahid Hamid suffered from what I say a “Command Syndrome”. This syndrome is especially dominant in officers who do Command and Staff College. They think that they have become some sort of supernatural and Godlike creatures after going through this course.
Tag: Redress of Grievances
While my previous posts were mainly dealing with facts mixed with delusions, this posts will be mainly just facts and a little bit of opinion. I also want to highlight some points regarding the standard of justice in Pakistan Army and the role of intelligence agencies. I have mentioned my redress of grievance against the
In this post I would like to clarify some points. I started this blog in April 2010. The primary aim was to speak my heart out. I was not comfortable with some comments of the psychiatrists. I have mentioned many facts in different posts that never arose in my brief discussions with psychiatrists. Yet they
I think this would be the last post on my illness. The main purpose of this post is to analyze myself with respect to the disease. I will also try to review my major delusions and clarify some points.
I have mentioned my major delusions in previous posts. In this post I will discuss my other delusions that I developed in my first psychotic phase in 2005.
This was the most visible and expressive part of my illness. It was an important but not the only part of the disease. Whereas I remained secretive about my religious delusions, I was more than vocal about my personal delusions. This was very clear indication to my family and friends that I had some psychotic
This is in continuation of my previous post. As I have mentioned that it was the most stressful event of my life. I pointed this incident to the psychiatrist but he did not show any further interest and told me that I was not doing my duties properly. This incident happened in end 2003, in
This was the most stressful events of my life. It happened in end 2003 while serving in Quetta. I know it is bit odd to discuss service matters openly, but this incident had profound effects on my thinking. In this post I will copy the text of the ‘redress of grievances’. The redress was submitted