Dubious outfit of PPP
This fact can never be neglected that whenever you handover anything to the person, who does not have any idea to operate, the consequences would be disastrous. Similarly, this scenario knells a fear alarm, when we look at PPP, nowadays with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as its chairman who has started working as a torch bearer of PPP himself.
How the PPP Chairman deceived the innocent but enthusiastic “Jialas” while addressing the gathering on 27th December, marking the sixth death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, is known to everybody in the country but his language and diction of speech was definitely shameful as he kept on nagging the heads of other parties. Does only PPP, and that too led by a rowdy young man kike Bilawal, hold a mandate and all other parties are of zero significance? Shouldn’t there be a difference in the wisdom of traditional typical politician and so-called educated chairman? Is PPP a sacred cow in the world of politics? Such questions are yet to be answered. The stance of PTI over this issue is praise worthy and appreciable but on the other hand, PPP led Sindh government played its role at its best to prove irresponsible attitude by using government machinery to defend Bilawal house as they declared it “Siasi Qibla”.
Bilawal claimed his party as the party of the poor. The word “poor” seemed too strange in his statement. Is there anyone to ask him what kind of poor are the Mahar Brothers of Ghotki, the Pitafi feudals, Sardar Zualifquar Kamario of Shikarpur, Aijaz Khan Jakhrani of Jacobabad, Manzoor Wassan and Nawab Wassan of Kotdiji, Zualifquar Mirza of Badin and many other Sardars, who are the vital part of PPP.
A well-known writer Amar Jalil writes in his story “Fron nowhere to everywhere”; what he unfortunately doesn’t know is the Sufi view about his dubious philosophy: “One who believes he can buy anything and anybody happens to be a vulnerable commodity for sale”. Bilawal Bhutto is requested to be pensive and not to follow the path of traditional politics of blame game. He should prove himself a literate icon as his current style of politics harms emotions of patriotic Pakistanis and it also gives birth to many other problems for country. —Via email