I have been poking around the speculations about the new prime minister, that all of a sudden folks started referring to the rental concerns. Our new Prime Minister, Mr. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, nine times out of ten renowned for promising to resolve electricity crisis, and holding unmet deadlines. It’s not always necessary to debate controversial and portraying horrific state of affairs. Let’s greet our new prime minister and expect something pleasant, he must be given a chance to prove himself, or else honorable chief justice would not tolerate even a little contempt (of course in his drive to hold the law supreme with all good intentions).
Unfortunately, it would a tough time for Raja Sb to leap forth, as various venomous unidentified aspects are jeopardizing the economy at different levels. Therefore, we anticipate Raja Sb to scrutinize ungoverned areas and strengthen our relations with the developed nations, so that the green passport can recuperate its identity and dignity. On the contrary, many views are overshadowing Raja Sb as a minion to our president Mr. Asif Ali zardari. Let a moment to be honest, I don’t find any harm in it even if he acts on president’s behalf. Despite of hazy Swiss account case, he has taken some remarkable stances as well which are to be acknowledged. For instance, he courageously dealt with war on terror, gave a lift to judiciary, and initiated devolution of powers at provincial level. It’s just the matter of how individual perceive the democracy. The other day, I had a glance at newspaper in which Raja Sb cited his concern towards democracy, and energy crisis, which depicts his realization, and would endeavor letting valley come out of darkness.
“Test of democracy is not the magnificence of building or the speed of automobiles or the efficiency of air transportation, but rather the care given to the welfare of all the people” – Helen Keller, April 1935
I won’t deny the fact that micro level issues have been severely ignored by former prime minster such as concerns regarding poverty, education, infrastructure, health, and development. Despite of rental cases, Raja Sb has been proved unprofessional in dealing with energy crisis. Nevertheless, it is tricky to admit him resourceful to our economy in future. Whatsoever, as a nation we must look forward for betterment and hopefully Raja Sb would realize our concerns and would honestly execute the decisions of people. Now please don’t greet him with catcalls, and hope for amelioration, otherwise there is always another Raja Sb who can come in, however, in that case, we’ll either need to him a new uniform or get the uniform a new Raja Sb.
Some concerns seeking discussion at this moment, speculations also predict new prime Minister after the trial; it’s a question mark on the democracy, or it’s like fooling around the judiciary? Or it’s a pleasurable act of politics? Subsequently, Pakistan would have another Prime Minister and it will keep on going till next elections. How many acquaintances will be advantaged with the privilege of prime ship? It would be too early responding these questions, nevertheless, compelling Pakistan into jeopardy.