Pol­i­tics in Pak­istan

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - ARSALAN THAHIM

Rais­ing voice for the rights is ba­sic right of ev­ery cit­i­zen in Pak­istan. To­day this right has been raised through Pol­i­tics of Dhar­nas in this sorry state of af­fairs of this coun­try. PTI protested last year in the cap­i­tal city for al­legedly blam­ing cur­rent gov­ern­ment’s in­volve­ment in rig­ging May 2013 elec­tions. It fi­nally ac­cepted re­sults when Supreme Court of Pak­istan an­nounced that over­all re­sults of 2013 elec­tions were fair. Now Panama le­gal firm Mos­sac Fonesca gave another sil­ver line be­hind dark cloud to PTI and other op­po­si­tion par­ties to give another chal­leng­ing time to gov­ern­ment.

Do all com­bined po­lit­i­cal par­ties’ lead­ers don’t have their names in Panama off­shore com­pa­nies. So why to be­come a stum­bling block that PM Nawaz Sharif be in­ves­ti­gated first. Let this coun­try progress eco­nom­i­cally. Do protest for pro­vid­ing ba­sic rights like health, ed­u­ca­tion and se­cu­rity first. Start cam­paign­ing against ghost em­ploy­ees, nepo­tism and corruption. It’s time to lead coun­try by im­prov­ing econ­omy and pro­mot­ing good geopo­lit­i­cal re­la­tions with neigh­bour­ing coun­tries. —Shikarpur

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