Nine reasons I no longer support Imran Khan

Published: August 23, 2014
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Each day he raised new demands, until finally he said the prime minister should resign. Even if the prime minister does resign, his replacement will also be from PML-N, so how would that change the situation? PHOTO: FILE

I had always admired Imran Khan. Even though I knew his party would not win in my constituency, I stood in line and voted for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate. But what has happened recently in the country has convinced me that Imran Khan is not suitable to be the country’s top leader and I have my reasons to believe so:

1. He is not consistent. He first accepted the results of the general elections, and then a year later claimed they were massively rigged.

2. He continues to backtrack. First he wanted elections only in four Punjab constituencies (one of which was not won by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz – PML-N), ignoring the fact that even if his party had won the four seats, they would still have been in the opposition.

Each day he raised new demands, until finally he claimed the prime minister should resign. Even if the prime minister does resign, his replacement will also be from PML-N, so how would that change the situation?

3. Even though all other political parties (including his allies, the Jamaat-e-Islami – JI) have not supported his stance, he continues to rant and rave, like a kid who has been deprived of his candy. Surely no one can respect such a politician?

4. He continues making wild allegations against the former chief justice, former chief election commissioner (both of whom he admired even after the elections). He also claimed that a brigadier was involved in the rigging, yet he has refused to name him. Mature politicians, in civilised countries, measure their words carefully before making such accusations.

5. His antics have only served to make his party very unpopular. No politician the world over would ever ask people not to pay taxes or utility bills, in a quest for civil disobedience. In all countries, such an act would be considered treasonable. Thankfully, most people have disregarded his request and even one of his own close confidants paid the due sales tax this month. Imran Khan fails to comprehend that if people in PTI-run province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) stopped paying taxes, the government there would collapse in no time.

6. Imran Khan even said that if his party came to power it would not pay its debts to international donors. This immediately led to the cancellation of the IMF delegation’s visit to Pakistan. How will world leaders ever trust such a man who does not care a damn for the country’s interests? Two world leaders have already cancelled their trips to Pakistan, and it is doubtful if the Chinese president will want to come if the dharnas continue.

7. A couple of times he has hinted that he wants to become the next prime minister. That, of course, let the cat out of the bag. If your only interest is to become prime minister, Mr Khan, why have you held the country hostage for the past 10 days? Why have you caused irreparable damage to Pakistan just because you want power? Why can’t you wait until the next elections? Or do you think if you continue damaging the country, the army will intervene and put you in the driver’s seat?

8. He and his party members have sent resignations to the National Assembly speaker, but strangely, they refuse to resign from the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) assembly. Why? Is it because remaining in power in one province gives them perks and privileges they would rather continue to enjoy?

9. And lastly, will his National Assembly members return the millions they took from the government during the past 16 months? I would be very surprised if they do.

Shakir Lakhani

Shakir Lakhani

Engineer, former visiting lecturer at NED Engineering College, industrialist, associated with petroleum/chemical industries for many years. Loves writing, and (in the opinion of most of those who know him), mentally unbalanced. He tweets @shakirlakhani (twitter.com/shakirlakhani)

The views expressed by the writer and the reader comments do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of The Express Tribune.

  • Hammad

    Not the strongest 9 points that you have come up with … so if not imran khan, who do you support now. Do they also pass this litmus test that you have put forth?Recommend

  • Umair

    a biased article by an elitistRecommend

  • Tasnim Rizvi

    Also such arrogance, such stubbornness, such abuse language
    and such irrational and illogical remarks and demands has forced me to stop liking him.
    I did not expect this from Imran Khan.Recommend

  • kiran

    wow, first of all I admire the writer for his courage, this article will bring the onslaught of hate comments from PTI supporters. Secondly, the article is very sensibly written, no wild allegations, no senseless pro-pml (n) statements and everything was to the point. A good piece of writing.Recommend

  • Nana Patekar

    Worst article ever and I am not a PTI fan. The reasons are plain stupid.Recommend

  • ASilentKnight

    I could post nine reasons why your reasons don’t hold much more weight than a politically immature observer. But I’ll spare you the agony with posting only one:

    “First he wanted elections only in four Punjab constituencies” – and then the link posted of the news report clearly says he wanted an audit, not an election. Clear difference.

    For someone who can’t base reasoning upon solid facts, that reasoning is flawed from the very outset. Go figure.

    Regards,

    Saeyana Qawva.Recommend

  • Mohsin

    I agree with the first two points. The rest sounds like typical anti-IK propaganda.Recommend

  • Moiz Omar

    I use to support Imran Khan but I don’t anymore. Here are the main reasons why:
    – His support of the discriminatory articles of the Constitution which practically criminalize the Ahmadi faith (Ahmadi Pakistanis are still Pakistanis, and deserve to be able to practice their freely in Pakistan).

    – He promised more than he can deliver. For example removing corruption within 90 days. Seriously? How does he think that can happen? Though I will admit that from what I’ve heard from people I know who live in KPK, life has slightly got better under the PTI administration.
    – His party forming alliances with the JI, who have done nothing but harm to Pakistan ever. Causing riots in Lahore in the 1950s, supporting mass murderer and rapes in former East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) which forced the East Pakistanis to separate! And JI was also against the creation of Pakistan in the first place!Recommend

  • Sarah B. Haider

    Brace yourself…. The youthias are coming to attack your mental instability.Recommend

  • Pea Brain

    Very weak for a blog. More of grade 10 essay. Sorry, but there are certain rules to opening an a case, building an argument and drawing a conclusion. A blog is no exception to those rules.Recommend

  • Anjum Hameed

    Completely agree with the writer, Imran Khan is a hypocrite, ..all he EVER wNted was to be the PM..he is one of the most self-centered, egocentric individuals Recommend

  • lazy man

    Yes I am glad you took the time to piece the words together. Most of us have know this problem of PTI and its chief for quite some time. God forbid if an unstable person like him does become a PM we could be involved in some serious problems. Recommend

  • KH3Z

    Well no one’s a saint here but Imran Khan is the best shot we have at the moment. Why not give him a chance. We have allready seen the coruption and torture of present govt.Recommend

  • Xman

    Pakistan is too big of a country to rely on theatrics of individual leaders. No single person can, and will bring change. With so many different political points of views, all politicians should first mature, and learn to work within the boundaries of constitution, through negotiations and mind power, instead of violence and street power.Recommend

  • Ahmar Karim

    1. May you please provide us that article about dicriminatory articles about agmadi faith…
    2. Yep he promised about removing curruption form pakistan within 90 days so is he is the PM of pakistan, isnt he have authority to amend rules and governing system of pakistan…
    3. JI is only in one point with Tehrik E Insaf and the point is : Ex-Election was not Fair! you can see on TV Siraj Ulhaq is always supporting Pml(n) not IK… and by the way “Ghari jetni bhe khrab q na ho din mai aik sahe time zaroor bta daite hai”, so what if JI is standing with IK for only one reason…

    let me ask everyone of you one thing?
    why you are against IK and dont support him!!! it is not because of his agenda or his politics or his leadership!!!
    it is because he is a pathan, he is khan,,, if he just add sharif, bhoto, chodhry with his name so i swear you people will worship him like you people doing worship of shrif, bhoto, chodhries!Recommend

  • loyalindian

    I was not a PTI supporter until I read this post. the biasedness of the writer compelled me to support Imran.Recommend

  • Ali

    I dont like people whom supports two famlies , The SHarif family and Zaradi family , People have to leran what is real democracy not the kingshipRecommend

  • Humza

    Understand that the development and stability of a country lies in the democratic process and it takes time to mature. There is no such thing as a quick fix for anything but Muslim people in general are emotional and do not wish to work. Imran thinks it’s easier for them to march with a few thousand people and call for resignation, end corruption and listen to music like PTI. The majority voted for Nawaz Sharif whether he accepts it or not. Pakistanis are thankfully not as silly as the citizens of Arab states such as Libya, Egypt and Syria who saw such childish demands and actions cause the destruction of their societies. I agree with the author and now we all see Imran Khan for the immature person he is. Let him do charity work but he is not fit to govern the nation. And sadly, I am someone who supported him in the last election but his childish behavior, vulgar language, outrageous demands and obsession with being PM at all costs and without regard to the country is too much to bear.Recommend

  • ovais

    He stands alone in the fight against curroption , incompetence . Khan dont need to politically mature to correct the systemRecommend

  • titan

    best way to attract readers…bash imran khan ! WE ARE GOING FOR NAYA PAKISTAN !!Recommend

  • ali

    Agreed Points.Recommend

  • ali

    Imran khan should first learn for decadesRecommend

  • salman

    Very badly written article. The point is, who do you support now? It is between bad and worse. Imran has his flaws, but he doesn’t have millions stashed abroad and he sincerely wants to see a ‘naya Pakistan’. For me, Zardari and NS are corrupt and incompetent and there is no other option. So until we get someone else, Imran will have my vote.Recommend

  • AK

    on the point 2 ” ignoring the fact that even if his party had won the four seats, they would still have been in the opposition”. So basically what the writer is suggesting is Imran khan shouldn’t ask for investigation into rigging because it won’t make a difference on the number of seats. Rigging is a reality and this menace should be investigated and eradicated. What u r saying is that ” i have committed so many sins and now no matter what I do I’ll go to hell so there is no point in getting my act together”Recommend

  • Plato

    Imran Khan is an honest man, somebody you could trust with your money, he’s also pro-Pakistan and would help unify the country, something a Takth-e-Lahori won’t be able to do and importantly the KPK government has the highest approval rating of all provinces in Pakistan and even much higher than the Federal government, so they have indeed delivered, Imran Khan could be Pakistan’s Lee Kuan Yew or Mahatir Mohammad if he comes to power but first we have to topple this tried and tested government and rigged system.Recommend

  • Nessar

    Well done guys so we all hate IK now. We will start supporting those nice guys ie Sharifs, Bhuttos, and Zardaris again instead. God help Pakistan!Recommend

  • Magnanimity

    Irrational article . Just take a look at the Unbiased Police of KPK !!

    Which other province has depoliticize the police ?

    I still don’t know how could people call this system democratic when the basic article of the constitution are suspended i.e the protection of the lives and properties of the people , poor education system ?

    Major Govt posts are being occupied by Nawaz sharif’s family and Zardari’s friend.What good have they done for Pakistan ?
    Millions of Rupees were spent from exchequer over the lunch with Zardari . Is this political ?

    Recommend

  • Jayesh

    I would not support Imran Khan. Because
    (1) He lacks good character which one expect from the leader.
    (2) He is thrill seekers, dramebaz, lot of U turn, simply lacks political sense.
    (3) Is it true that Imran Khan (& his party) did not pay toll of 270 cars? And then challenge IGP in manner he does? He challenges Nawaz Sariff seating PM of Pakistan in manner he does? IfRecommend

  • Hammad Rasheed

    Your feelings are not biased.
    Your concerns are valid.
    You are not alone.
    However, the argument is still weak in the light of the Imran Khan we have known for years. Just because his behavior has not been mature enough lately, we cannot regard everything he says as irrational.
    Also, as you say you supported Imran Khan once; ask yourself, the IK you knew, was he desperate for power? Was his only dream being the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

    The problem with us Pakistanis is that we change too quickly. One moment we are angry as hell, the next we forgive & forget everything.
    One moment we are head over heels in love with someone and the next we don’t want to see their face.Recommend

  • Hammad Rasheed

    Exactly.Recommend

  • MK

    Dude !

    Why can’t he wait for the next elections? Simple, next time also the rigging is going to be witnessed as before and you cannot do anything when you got a gun on your head in a polling both.
    Doing it today for a free election tomorrow, if only Pakistanis could understand that.
    We just don’t want to do something today that is going to give a fruit tomorrow.Recommend

  • AsimAquil

    An article totally devoid of facts and how the sequence of events really took place. This commentary is better suited to the category of fiction.Recommend

  • viki

    total crap Recommend

  • Pakistani

    You are calling his reasons ‘plain stupid’ without providing any of your own.Recommend

  • Saad

    your article reminds me of Allama iqbal saying:

    “People who have no hold over their process of thinking are likely to be ruined by liberty of thought. If thought is immature, liberty of thought becomes a method of converting men into animals.”

    But sadly every body has to say something here, because God has given them a mouth to speak.Recommend

  • Khan

    I read the first point and stopped there! – deliberately spreading untruths.Recommend

  • YSR

    i waist my time……Recommend

  • ASHİQ YOUSAFZAİ

    love respect and support for IMRAN KHAN love u IKRecommend

  • Syeda KAzmi

    “No politician the world over would ever ask people not to pay taxes or utility bills, in a quest for civil disobedience”

    Please spend sometime retrospecting first before writing.. Leaders like Nelson Mandela & Gandhi also maneuvered Civil disobedience.. there is long history of civil disobedience movements in different parts of the world.Recommend

  • Hasan

    After reading this article I think you should remove ‘no longer’ from the title with ‘don’t’. I don’t think you ever supported Imran Khan.Recommend

  • Alter Ego

    I agree.
    IK supporters , instead of criticizing , just prove any point wrong.
    IK first wanted four constituencies opened and now PM Nawaz Sharif should resign.Recommend

  • InfoSeeker

    Any source for your 1..plzzz. I am waiting to increase my knowledge..
    For no.2, he has been able to overcome corruption in KPK. and this is coming from someone in KPK..
    He started supporting JI after the 1950s.. I guess in the late 90s. Any evidence of such sort of activity by the JI in the late 90s till today..
    Please respond..
    I am eagerly waiting….Recommend

  • Nadia Khan

    Propaganda stuff!! One can clearly smell.Recommend

  • Haseeb

    Your more focus is towards JI rather than PTI/IK :)Recommend

  • Haseeb

    Last 3 points are absurd and biased. Rest is fine.Recommend

  • khurram

    ill answer you the first two points ,he changes his decisions because as the time passes he gets new information and he changes his decisions time to time…Recommend

  • Asghar

    It’s because of people like you that we will never get rid We as a nation deserve these corrupt rulers.
    Recommend

  • SHAHZ

    I wonder , If there is any criteria for being eligible to post articles on Tribune ?
    The writer needs to go through past 15 months with detail to be able to write an article.Recommend

  • sav

    Pl also add why local elections haven’t been held in a KPK yet?
    Why has NATO supply stance given up?
    Recommend

  • afshan

    immature and ignorant perspectives!
    im utterly disappointed how the content of the newspapers has gone down the drain! no standard..everybody so called writer thinks they can smudge dirt on politicians faces and get praised for it..but sorry sir..people are no more uneducated n politically unaware..

    to answer ur 1st point: imran khan has been claiming about election rigging from the very day elections were held…

    2nd point: new demands? wt about those leaders who make “new promises ” everyday?

    3rd point: imran khan is not a brat crying for candy but a sole leader who wants a proper electoral process to be followed so that your generations will have..maybe a better leader! so that your generations will not abuse you that you did not stand for the future generations rights! its not about you..
    to be continued)Recommend

  • Khizir

    Political activism is very healthy sign. It should keep going rather than waiting for miracle to happen. I’ve 999 points why I no longer support Sharif and family govt.Recommend

  • stevenson

    Best article ever. I will never again support PTI since Imran Khan is only caring about self and not the country. Anyone with a crowd should march and take over ? Never.Recommend

  • Kamal Yaar

    a typical blackmailing strategy. It starts with a small demand (4 seats) and then gradually increases to PM’s resignation. I am in USA and believe me sending money by hundi as he advocates is a crime and especially for Muslim who need to be careful. Money has to be transferred in legal manners. Ask to advise his supporters in USA to send money to him, his hospital and his NGOs by hundi. Believe me, USA will start criminal cases against all the donors. Hundi is considered means to transfer illegal money. And, that is what he advocating. I am amazed that age 62, he likes to be PM so that he could get married. is the most immature politician on scene. His party has already spilt. If all parties start organizing dharnas in front of leaders who happen to be mostly opportunists and turncoats, I sure that he mayhem he is not visualized while sitting in his container.Recommend

  • Salman Ahmad

    youthias cannot tolerate anything that comes against IK whether you provide valid facts or not to support your point. Height of political immaturity.Recommend

  • Saad

    Did you meant to say that hi says alot than he actually does??? Same can be said to every politician.
    and for the point relating to acceptance of elections in the first place… I see no harm in rectifying your stance as he got further information relation to rigging…Recommend

  • Ray Kalm

    The worst article with the most dull points ever made. I can refute these points and pin point the blames against other parties, not worth my time.Recommend

  • liberal-lubna-fromLahore

    Bad attempt at standing out from the crowd because of lack of correct political knowledge.Recommend

  • Maverick_NZ

    Whatever your problem with Imran Khan, please don’t pretend that you supported him. We are sick and tired of pretenders who are ‘disappaainted’ in Imran Khan. We know you didn’t vote for him or supported him.Recommend

  • insafian

    who cares about youRecommend

  • insafian

    who cares about youRecommend

  • titan

    best way to attract readers..bash Imran Khan..kindly now please step aside we are going for NAYA PAKISTAN !!Recommend

  • raj

    don’t act rhetorically. Answer to the questions posed if you think they are stupid. CheersRecommend

  • raj

    Spot on article.. these points are enough to topple any PTI supporter who has only one answer to all question.. NS ne kya kiya hai aaj tak pakistan ke liye :PRecommend

  • raj

    You are not considering the real meaning of what writer wants to say. if you can answer these 9 points, you will be posed with even bigger question ahead. The point you raised on audit is not elections or audit.. the point here is the guy does not go by his mouth.. He is kind of a guy who will always act like a monkey.. He should at least stick to his own words. Please stop acting rhetorically just bcz you like IKRecommend

  • Chodhary

    I was almost planing to write back a logical point by point explanation but then I read your short profile at the bottom where it says “…and (in the opinion of most of those who know him), mentally unbalanced.”Recommend

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  • Salman

    poorly written, unsupported, and presents partial facts to endorse author’s point of view. Such crap must not be allowed on tribune.Recommend

  • Kamran

    What a stupid blog post. Anyone with little knowledge of Pakistan politics and whats been happening for the last year and half, knows how lame these reasons are…Recommend

  • Kashif

    Don’t have time for this crap. Otherwise, any SENSIBLE person can answer these stupid questions.Recommend

  • ali

    not making any sense,completely absurd and prejudiced article,Recommend

  • raj

    If he claimed elections were rigged, then he shouldn’t have made govt in KPK. Just bcz he won in KPK does not mean KPK wasn’t rigged and pujab was. Got to be a bit realistic. Its his over confidence that bit him here. If he was sure of rigging, he shudn’t have accepted the govt at first place. He needs to understand that u got to be in the game to play the game. Sp point one is right here.

    2nd Point: Thats rhetorical to say that bcz other leaders are making promises, IK will do the same. Ppl did follow him for a while and thought he will stick to his words but not anymore, bcz he is keept changing his words. Your argument here is without proof.

    3rd: If he was thinking about the generation, he shud have thought of people around him at first place. Nations have to bear a big cost for revolutions and Pakistan is not equipped with it. IK was in the game and he had this cards but he is just throwing it all away. you got to go down the drain to clean it. It won’t effect any one but Pakistan. Stopping ppl to pay taxes is just absurd. His gimmicks are costing millions a day and that too with few 20k ppl. He compares his thing to Tahrir sq but he needs to understand Tahrir was bcz of a force . He compares himself to Gandhi but needs to see why Gandhi was on top bcz he talked like a common man not like IK, who says he wud be with ppl and then at night goes to his vila to sleep comfortably when poor ppl are sleeping on wet streetsRecommend

  • raj

    then u shud counter the points hereRecommend

  • Saleem

    ‘we all see Imran Khan for the immature person he is’ ???
    I see Imran as a strong leader who has taken a firm stand for a valid cause. I agree with you that democratic process takes time to mature, and this protest is part of same process. It will help to make the process more mature. Do you think that electoral reforms or transparency in voting as demanded by Imran would harm democracy or strengthen it and make it more mature ? If Nawaz did ‘win through the majority votes’ as you suggest then he should not be afraid to resign, implement the reforms to make the elections transparent and corruption free and do a re-election. He would be re-elected with higher majority. However, my friend, that is not the case and Nawaz knows it very well and this is the reason that he is clinging to the seat Recommend

  • shari

    I presume ‘the expected change’ has been delivered by IK. I supported and voted for PTI but now his hatred speeches have turned my vote into regression. He has clearly jeopardized not only his reputation but country’s too.Recommend

  • نائلہ

    Bro, make a disqus account so I can follow you!Recommend

  • نائلہ

    But if you support a party, then you practically support all their views, correct?Recommend

  • Jude Allen

    Worst article every written…Recommend

  • Abdullah

    And you spend some time retrospecting first before commenting. Leaders like Nelson Mandela & Gandhi gave a call for civil disobedience when they were not in power-not in any province or state. Such new standards of hypocrisy have been set by IK that people all over the Pakistan should start Civil Disobedience except the people in KPK where they are in power.Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    You’ve never heard of a sense of humour? That line was written by me!Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    Not really. I voted for his party’s candidate because I knew the man (he, too, is disillusioned by IK, but is scared to say so in public).Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    Civil disobedience against foreign occupation is OK. In South Africa, the whole world was opposed to apartheidt, so it was accepatable.Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    Right on! IK is immature and entirely untrustworthy. He is a danger to the country!Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    “somebody you could trust with your money”. So where is the money to feed more than 25,000 people in the dharna twice daily coming from?Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    I don’t know if you remember the rigging of 1977. The whole nation was out on the streets. Today only a few (mostly boys and girls from affluent families) are protesting.Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    In India, the corrupt were thrown out in the last elections. Let NS complete 5 years, and if he doesn’t deliver he too will be thrown out. The only solution to bad democracy is more democracy.Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    Thanks. Wish more people would realize this.Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani

    Why don’t you try writing something on the subject?Recommend

  • Syed Asim Hassan Rizvi

    the pursuit of an idea, which denies all logic, all reality, all sanity is extremism.
    Imran Khan has blatantly denied all logic, the complete reality and all the sane reasons to achieve his task, I see no solid strategy in the cause he leading right from the outset. If he wanted an incredible impetus why did he not start his rally from Karachi and please tell me who would have stopped him. Why did he not create a strong block against PML-N before the so called AZADI MARCH.
    Imran Khan, please stop or else, anarchy is not knocking far.Recommend

  • Afreen Ahmed

    Reading the comments I do not feel surprised that our politician act in such childish mannersRecommend

  • Pti

    i can tell you never actually supported pti
    Dont list things you dont even know about
    Hear his speeches half of the crap you mentioned isnt even trueRecommend

  • Emmen

    So in the parallel , if they fill their bloated stomach , kill people in the heart of lahore and walk off safely , they drain the economy to its max potential , deprive the country of all energy crises , throw the two nation theory in the indus , thats ok ? — corruption , fraud , rigging , energy crisis — the long listRecommend

  • saba

    useless articleRecommend

  • Kiren Arif Khan

    You have every right to your opinion, though your reasons appear somewhat shallow. Point 1: What could be more consistent than his continued stand on the PM’s resignation? Point 2: He’s not backtracking; he’s raising the pressure because of the govt’s inertia. Point 3: Every politician “raves and rants” – some would call it passion for public interest. Point 4: It’s OK to make allegations – the state should investigate. Point 5: Please read about the relationship between civil disobedience and odious debt; it’s a smart pressure move. Point 6: Yes, business should stop until huge fundamental matters of justice are served. Can you think of any other non-violent way to get justice out of this govt? Point 7: Of course he wants to be PM. But he’s not going to cheat his way to it. He’s asking for fair elections. Point 8: There are good reasons for not resigning from KPK, mainly the fact that KPK people want his govt. Point 9: What millions are you talking about? Finally, the “issues” you have listed are nothing compared to the sins of the other PM candidates. Would you rather support Altaf Hussain, Zardari, or Nawaz Sharif?Recommend

  • Hueshang Ansari

    like you populate this country. And hinder any, any advancement.Recommend

  • FAREED khan AFRIDI

    There is some sea front property for sale in FATA. You want to buy? CheapRecommend

  • Gulbahadullah Marri

    People with fake names dont have timeRecommend

  • Iftekhar Khokhar

    The article is not convincing rather it seems unjust & uncalled for.Recommend

  • Syeda KAzmi

    I mentioned in my comment that there is a history of civil disobedience in diff parts of the world and referred to Mandela & Gandhi.. There are others too which were in power.. I disagreed with this point completely..

    but yes i agree with the author on point 2.. NS resignation alone cannot change anything..Recommend

  • ahmar

    Simply i will say this time he is not sincere with his job because he is acting to get seat PM seat. This is redicolous approach wants to derail govt , even he knows everything is going successful Zarb e ghazb operation main and economy. But few mistakes have govt need to correct but not like this. Protest should be one or two day maximum and need to rectify the process. one pakistani commentRecommend