The latest talk on the media is that former DG ISI General Pasha apologised to former president Zardari on Memogate and took the defence plea that he did it on the orders of General Kayani. (Sohail Warraich, in his television show, recently claimed former president Zardari had told him this). If this is true, public apologies and embarrassments and more are in order. Generals Kayani and Pasha will probably have something to say on it very soon. One not-so-glorious undemocratic moment during the previous government’s tenure was Mian Nawaz Sharif donning a black suit and patriotically marching to the Supreme Court as a petitioner in the Memo case. Mian Sahib was trying to score “patriotic” points and maybe re-establishing his reliability credentials to the army. Well, so much for all that. If this is proved, one would expect Mian Sahib to publicly and unconditionally apologise for being part (even if inadvertently) of the charade. My Lords will not be thrilled either. One recalls the embarrassing ordeal of three of My Lords waiting for the clownish Mansur Ejaz to show up, who did not find it worth his time. Again, if this is true, this is enough to sufficiently lower the morale and dent integrity all around.