The current political condition of Pakistan.

March 11, 2009 at 11:39 am 1 comment

The current political state of Pakistan is need of some new, sincere and hard working leadership. The new “democratic government” has let the public down so much that riots against them have spread like wildfire in the country.  May it be the people or other politicians, every says that the current leadership is the worst thing that can happen to Pakistan. People should support well educated, sincere and honest people like Imran Khan, who has spent his money on hospitals rather than buying a private BMW 7 series. The attack on the Sri Lankan team was a devastating shock to the soviernty of Pakistan and the government hasn’t taken any action about it! As a private survey which i have observed through out in school, about 90% people, including teachers side with the Lawyers movement and want to go to the “Long March”. 

To tell you the truth, when the PPP (Pakistan People’s Party) had come along,  we had loads of expectations on them, and we were sure that they would prove to be a generous and successful government. That thought soon turned to ashes, in the first month or so, as the party started to show its real colour. Throwing away its promises like anything, they disappointed everyone. Most of all, they disappointed there leader, Benazir Bhutto, who had claimed Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudry to be the Chief Justice. 

The media has played a positive roll in keeping the country in one piece, because if the mistakes of politicians aren’t high lighted(i doubt they if they are even mistakes, they most probably do it on purpose), they will carry on doing it again and again. People who are trying to improve the living condition and the educational system get tagged with Treason and that they are planning against the safety of Pakistan! The main reason about this is that the government wants to loot everything and they dont want anyone to work for the betterment of the country, as they will be tagged as failures. 

The party is breaking up too, as the sincere people know that it has no future in the hands of Zardari. The public has given the govenment lots of chances, but after breaking every promise, i dont think anyone can bear with it any more.


Entry filed under: Politics.

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  • 1. moe  |  May 27, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Dear Hashim,

    I have been thinking of you on this sad and scary day. I hope and pray that you and your friends and family are safe. My heart goes out to all those affected by the horrible attack in Lahore on Wednesday. I’m wishing very hard that your country can have peace and prosperity very soon.

    Your friend,



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