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New Pakistan needs Historical Leadership

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By Amjid Rana

Improvement in Pakistan requires honesty, integrity, faithfulness, patriotism and a positive perspective but unfortunately, our present leadership has been failed to do so. Former Prime Minister has been disqualified becasue of his dishonesty in Panama case.

On the other hand, Imran Khan has been accused by Ayesha Gula Lai. Current leadership promises improvement without even striving for it. It only beats around the bush about their so-called hard work and optimism. They are well settled in abroad and only visit Pakistan for political influence or critical matters. They come to Pakistan so that they stay stuck to their seats because its the only way to turn their currency into gold. They play the role of the sunshine for the plant of corruption to grow all healthy and strong.

They are also involved in activities like money laundering and pose themselves to be the true patriots. They are wolves in sheep’ skin. They have accumulated their wealth in foreign accounts. Politicians in Pakistan have iqamas (UAE) to save themselves from allegations of corruption. Whenever they feel threat from investigation agencies about the attempt of their corruption, they employ Iqamas to provide them with refuge abroad.

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed gave remarks in Panama hearing on corruption,

“If we disqualify the member of parliament on corruption cases then no one will save from disqualification except Siraj-ul-Haq”.

As remarks of Justice Azmat ,

“If new Pakistan apply its demand on present leadership then no one will able to become a leader of new Pakistan”.

People in Pakistan now has to decide about their future for who they really are and what they are meant to be? Leaders are defined as the individuals of the society who, by their action and motivation, serve as a role model for their followers. They are with the fake charismatic personality, making their followers believe in them and enjoy what they offer. They have the power to guide the people through turmoil, hardships and lead them towards a path that is full of hope and promises but unfortunately, Pakistan seems to be in dire need of such leadership and is getting weaker every day. The people are restless, anxious, uncertain, looking for someone who can guide them in crises.

The country is facing a crucial time in. Lack of obedience towards law and order, economic crisis, corruption, unemployment, weak foreign policy, and many other factors combined have taken the hope away from them. At this stage, they not only need a true patriotic leader but a revolutionary one who can push this country back at its former glory. The present leadership has given them nothing but disappointment. They can only babble around about the winds of change but there is no practical implementation.

We need to follow the footsteps of our former leaders, how they turned a mere dream of Pakistan into reality. How much they were true to this country . They were determined and had passion to achieve their goal of a free country “Pakistan”. We need to learn from Dr. Allama Iqbal, Muhammad Ali Johar and Quaid-e-Azam. Quaid-e-Azam once said,

“Work honestly and sincerely and be faithful and loyal to the Pakistan Government. I can assure you there is nothing greater in this world than your own conscience and, when you appear before God, you can say that you performed your duty with the highest sense of integrity, honesty and with loyalty and faithfulness”.

In order to reconstruct Pakistan, we need to lift the blindfold tied by the corrupted souls and seek into the light of truth, people who have true patriotism, optimistic vision, honesty, loyalty, faithfulness towards their country and  their people.

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