By Nadia Khan
After Shahbaz Sharif dismissal and probably due to heavy reshuffle of bureaucracy in
Either we raise our fingers at RAW or some Indian elements, we need to look at ourselves and the root causes. It's Pakistanis who provoke something and give chances to Indian or Afghan agents to play their role successfully. There is an unrest (both political and administration) in all over Pakistan; Baluchistan is having civil war, NWFP is burning from its Afghan sided corners (Swat has shown little peace after the accord), Sind is pretending itself peaceful (but Karachi leaders are chanting slogans about Taliban arrival) and now Punjab is facing turmoil. Within this context, an Army of 83- lieutenants handles various federal ministries (by snatching Toyota Prado from their juniors or personal gains) and Salman Taseer's horse-trading and all-out activities to form PPP-led govt in
PPP stalwarts are just reciprocating facts or figures from past while retaliating Nawaz Sharif's blunt accusations about President Zardari.
There is an ideological unrest among Pakistani thinkers too. After 61 years it is yet to be decided that what type of country
Islamic forces see only the hardest-hitting interpretation of Shariah (without knowing the fact that Pakistani society – from fruit seller till President- is fully corrupt or became ignorant, in last 50 years) implementation. Their target is to amputate hands and force Muslims to grow beard (full fist length level, though there's serious debate among Islamic scholars on that issue all over the world), observe veil (hijab) by women etc. The major work done by Holy Prophet (pbuh) in his early 13 years in Makkah, building the Muslim ummah and 10 years in Madinah setting the foundation stone of Social Justice is almost vanished from everyone's eyes. If 40 million Pakistanis are living below the poverty line is not a significant issue for Islamic radical forces. All this unrest in our country is because of social injustices. Isn't it!!!
Beside, secular forces are trying to redefine the ideology of
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