It may be hard to believe for the younger generation, especially those that keep up with the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf, seeing it as a ray of hope, but there is no doubt in saying now that Imran Khan has certainly revealed a more ‘desperate side’ of him during these past few days.

 

He may have averted complete political suicide by not participating in Tahir-ul-Qadri’s fixed march, but even considering the option to do so and having to hold multiple press conferences just really put his judgmental abilities in doubt.

 

Of course there may be a difference of opinion in this regard, but Imran Khan, did you really have to come out multiple times and let your point across? It is still unclear what Khan is looking to do as some sources said that he will definitely join the march since it is something he always wanted to do, but just was unable to. Then, all of a sudden came out of nowhere, Tahir-ul-Qadri, who is no reaping all the benefits of the seed sown by Imran Khan himself.

 

Demanding President Zardari’s resignation is another unconstitutional act of the man who has failed to get into power despite trying for the last 10-plus years. With President Zardari being a democratically elected Head of State, one should ask Khan what gives him the authority to make such demands, even though he does not have a single member in parliament.

 

National and Provincial assemblies are set to dissolve in a couple of months, making Tahir-ul-Qadri’s actions more suspicious than ever. There is no doubt in the fact that he has created an environment in the country now that is ripe for another military takeover, which would just lead the country back and deem these past five years as practically nonexistent.

 

What Pakistan needs, and many youngsters will have to grip with this, is a strong and smoothly flowing democratic setup. Democracy has not been ever given a chance and those powers which see their grip loosening due to the civilian rule improving cannot bear to stand witness to it, thus, planting someone as unknown as Qadri to light up the stage.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU. PAKISTAN NEEDS THE MILITARY TO TAKE CONTROL SO THEY CAN REAP THE REWARDS OF THE SEEDS SOWN BY IMRAN KHAN AND FORCE PEOPLE TO TAKE RELIGION SERIOUSLY INCLUDING THE BURKAH FOR ALL WOMEN AND START AGAIN. ADMIT IT IF THERE ARE RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS IN PAKISTAN THEN THEY HAVE TO BE ADDRESSED.
    best wishes from shaheen from Bradford.

  2. IMRAN!!! THEY HAVE GOT YOU INTO A CORNER AGAIN,SURPRISED THEY HAVE SHOWN UP TO STEAL THE SHOW AS USUAL THE VERY LAST MINUTE. I HAVE TWO SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER AND THEY HAVE NOT VISITED PAKISTAN AS YET, I HOPE PAKISTAN USES COMMON SENSE OF MAKING DECISIONS WHICH INSPIRE OUR YOUNGER GENERATIONS TO ACCEPT PAKISTAN AS THEIR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND CONTRIBUTE POSITIVELY IN A COUNTRY WHO HAS A WEALTH OF CULTURE. CONTEMPORARY PAKISTAN AND ISLAMIC STATES CAN COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER THROUGH UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PEOPLE REFLECTED THROUGH ACHIEVEMENT AND SOUND DECISION MAKING. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE UP NOW.
    shaheen from Bradford.

  3. COME ON IMRAN YOU CAN DO IT AFTER ALL THE HARD WORK YOU HAVE PUT INTO THIS KEEP ON GOING, NO DISTRACTIONS, DIVERSIONS, PUSSY FOOTING ABOUT BECAUSE OF LONG BEARDS.
    I AM FROM THE RAJPUT BAINS CASTE FROM MIROUR AZAD KASHMIR SO WHAT DO THE OUTCOME OR OUTCOMES OF THE ELECTIONS HOLD FOR US, IDENTITY AND STATUS IS VERY IMPORTANT TO PAKISTAN. GET ON WITH IT!!!!
    shaheen from bradford

  4. Imran Khan, as I have already said, many times…..is Ordained to lead this Country of Ours to the Future…We Pakistanis have Dreamt about,Qadri Sahabs stand , was just a trailer to what is going to happen in the near future ‘,it is Now up to the Younger generation of This Country to stand by Imran Khan through Thick and Thin ‘

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