Politics of resignation
At present we are facing deficit of trust and confidence in our politics. The political scene is marred by the speeches of the politicians on both the sides. As a result the volatility has not been defused. The talks facilitated by the “political Jirga” are stalled and mired in stalemate. The conflict can not be resolved in this fashion. T he political crisis is growing and the threat of civil war is looming closer than ever .before. It seems we are sailing into a non chartered territory. I see blood on the horizon. Make no mistake; if we falter at this historic moment, we will never get another chance to change the fate of the people of the country.
Political forces are divided into different camps on the basis of their vested interests. Some senior politicians have thrown their weight to sustain the status quo, while the others have joined hands with the forces of change and revolution. They have different ideas to resolve the problems of the people. The people of Pakistan, getting frustrated with the term ‘democracy’ should maintain their cool, wait and sea for a while, evaluate the charcter of each of the so-called leaders and politicians, monitor and go deep into the mindset of those who want to continue in