Most convenient way to fame
If we turn the pages of history, we find many politicians who immortalised themselves and dug deep their names in the annals of history, by building hospitals, schools, roads, parks and other such projects of public welfare. They did good works for their respective nations and won fame by spending huge sums of money and time; most of them are still unknown, they could not get fame and died unknown.
Some politicians are known due to their work and some get benefit from the achievements of their predecessors. We have many live examples of all politicians like Mr. Asif Ali Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto, who are just cashing the names of Z. A. Bhutto and Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. The other example is Mr. Imran Khan, as a cricketer the world knows him but as politician few years back no one knew him. He did a lot work to get fame before coming into politics; he built hospitals, did social work, visited many areas for corner meetings and did many more things but could not succeed to get fame, until he learnt the political tricks and spoke againt MQM and its leader, corrupt politicians, corruption rampant in state institutions. He felt the pulse of the people of Pakistan who are now fed up with corrupt politicians, non-delivering political system ans mismanagement in state enterprises. He did it and in few days all Pakistanis were standing with him in support of his plans.
He became a big politician in Pakistan with a huge number of his followers. Similarly Mustafa Kamal earned a good fame for his service to Karachi as the Mayor of the City, but the negative aspect was that he was in MQM. However, some days ago, he said goodbye to MQM, and instantly won a huge numbers of followers and sponsors. No body knows what will be his perfornance in the days to come. So it is the most convenient formula or method to get fame in Pakistan’s political Ground. Just highlight the weaknesses of the system, expose the corruption of the politicians, speak against the corruption affecting the masses and you will be the apple of everyone’s eyes. —Karachi