Pakistanis carried boxes of flood aid from an Afghan Army helicopter last month after it landed on a road in Baluchistan Province. - NYT

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The Pakistani military, angered by the inept handling of the country’s devastating floods and alarmed by a collapse of the economy, is pushing for a shake-up of the elected government, and in the longer term, even the removal of PresidentAsif Ali Zardari and his top lieutenants.

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