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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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User Name: Haq
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A - Haq London

It has come to my knowledge that those who had never gone to the mosques went to say prayers of thanks on the departure of Peoples’ Party’s regime. In their regime more than beating anyone they dragged the public in the worst manner. So much so that the public lifted up their hands and the Peoples’ Party said good bye to the government as well as the public and vanished from the scene.

The point to think is that is there no one in the country to ask about the corruption of the PPP? Was the country handed over to them on contract to do whatever they liked to do, and then escape? How could the persons, who had come in Parliament on Taxies, became owners of numerous vehicles and bungalows? Double nationality parliamentarians settled abroad after corruption, and nobody is there to ask about the scams? Where went the people who made unlawful use of their key posts? No person punished anyone put behind bars. There went all the issues of PPP government, where went Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and the Benazir Bhutto, because Bhutto is Alive.  The public as it was always is the only victim to be victimized as always.

Before General Elections the pro-Nawaz people made a lot of hue and cry with the slogan, ‘Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’ but soon the hotness of the air vanished in the wake of exposed jealousy of the other parties.

It is also noteworthy, that why do the people attach such hopes that all the wrongs can / will be cured immediately or within a few months? It is however, praiseworthy that the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif didn’t take steps in hurry despite much pressure. His decision to strengthen relations with neighbouring countries is praiseworthy.  I personally feel greatly impressed by his decisions regarding bilateral Indo-Pak and Pak-China relations.  After his visit to China, it has been felt that Nawaz Sharif has taken over the reins of government with a sense of commitment and passion to serve the nation. It is a bitter reality that Pakistan is facing unlimited crises and it is beyond the capacity of one person or one party to struggle united to overcome these problems, particularly when PPP hasn’t left anything in the public exchequer. To leave the country and the government in lurch at this juncture is the work of a traitor. The other parties must also support the government and contribute to the cause of welfare and wellbeing of the country. The political parties must think and decide above party level----- for the peace and stability of Pakistan.

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