A Road Less Travelled
Every political leader in our country believes that everyone apart from him is corrupt and doesn’t deserve to hold public office. In our country, people have the licence to judge others. Every political leader in power presumes that he is an epitome of honesty and his opponents are a symbol of all that is bad. While the people struggle to have an access to basic necessities of life, party leaders take pride in claiming that they are on the right and have the support of the people. Every party holds public meetings, pulling large crowds, where their leaders vow to change the destiny of the country.
Unfortunately, their actions do not speak louder than their words. The country is in the grip of multifarious problems and crises, which can only be solved by building unity and solidarity among ruling and opposition parties. We can only hope and pray that our leaders will liberate themselves from the notion of self righteousness and stop this ugly game of allegations and blame. All party leaders should join hands to work for the betterment of the country. This is the road that should be taken by leaders.