Pakistan in way to an aimless state

The remarks of Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry that the style in which state institutions are working is a cursing reflection of the level of governance generally and administrative capability particularly.

The milieu to this expression was the Chief Justice’s unhappiness over the non-payment of salaries to teachers in Punjab and also the employees’ dilemma in Pakistan Railways.

He directed the teachers be paid their dues, at the instant. The gist of the remarks was that if the government could not shield the basic rights of the people, it means that it fails in its fundamental duty.

PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif, on the other side of the spectrum, seems likewise disappointed at the space created by the government in terms of governance. He assured that he would unfetter the people of Sindh from the rule of robbers as well as the people of the country from the nuisance of dishonesty.

It has been observed that when it comes to guarding its own skin, the government spring into action promptly. It shows the shilly-shally attitude, when it comes to carrying out the job of serving the public for which it has been voted into power.

The dilemma has been knotty with every passing day, as how the culture of corruption and cronyism is being increased with every passing day.

In clear violation of the merit, the blue-eyed people up on the peak are currently holding the major organisations in the country. As a result, the state’s institutes deprive of potential in generating profits.

The bitter reality of the day is corruption and mismanagement which is progression on quick haste. The federal privilege should hang its head in shame in its behaviour, because it is no less a person than Chief Justice, who obviously pointed out the failure of the governmental part.

It is not hard to guess why state organs harvesting huge profits only a few years back have been turned into failed institutions.

The country is in the eye of the blizzard and has become an organisational necropolis. To pull out it from the prevailing messy phase, the government will have to play its transparent role.

The earlier it gets the writing on the wall the better, as the omens of a revolution are in front of them, if only they would awaken.


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