Wednesday, November 28, 2012

The Pain of Confusing Reality

Though the current political system in Pakistan is based on parliamentary form of government, there still exits an ample space for mushrooming growth of corruption, which has been continuously rising ‘almost uninterrupted’ at various levels. The menace has gifted the incompetent rulers with political impotence.

Consequently, the national exchequer keeps on melting away faster than ever due to its abuse and loot of course. The artificial energy crisis has created a number of other crises which are becoming a difficult scenario day by day.

The uncontrolled terrorism by the anti Pakistan intruders and elements from within is a pain in the neck because of administrative paralysis.
Most of the verdicts by the apex court are ignored by the executive which clearly is breach of law and the constitution.

Nevertheless, it’s noteworthy that no parliament or government ever wanted to replace the stinky system. Rather, the vested interests of political thieves continue to be protected regardless of any economic or political tension at local or national level.

Furthermore, the hidden manipulators are hell bent to hurt Pakistan and use Terrorism (devil’s religion) as one of the effective tools to deter away any potential investor who wants to bring investment into Pakistan.
Simply speaking, a strategy is at work to weaken and inflict deep dents in the economy to bring the country to its knees. Thus, the whole country suffers economically, and Karachi being the commercial hub and back bone has been the hardest hit when it comes to commerce, trade and manufacturing.

A daily routine includes target assassinations, extortions, power outage, and the unemployed public are only a few examples among the long list that clearly shows there is no control due to sub standard governance. Certainly, the chaotic situation is a source of pleasure to those who have always been irked by the continuity of the existence of the troubled republic.

The motivating factor behind all this non sense seems to be the greed or revenge or both.
However, the people are confused for reason: The practice of hiding behind the smoke screen and employing escape goat are used as effective tools for camouflage purposes by the hidden hand just to spread confusion around.

A few years ago, Pakistan television channels were talking about some NGO guy who had adopted around “three thousand kids” through legal process in Pakistan and then left the country without a trace. Nobody knows what happened to those kids. Isn’t that painful?

It’s a cause of concern that kidnapping of immature teens and under age boys is on the rise, and the abductees are believed to be sold for heavy price. Maybe, the ill-fated kids end up with terrorists.
The officials are now gradually beginning to suspect foreign hand as well in the crime against humanity.
The government should dig out the hidden hand behind Terrorism and other crimes throughout the country especially in Karachi. Shamelessly, the killers are roaming the streets of Karachi - mercilessly targeting innocent people.  On average, around 10 people are getting killed per day. But the government and law-enforcement agencies are not fast enough to respond.

A transparent operation in the city of Karachi against the miscreants is needed desperately. Karachi being a multi-ethnic region is very complicating when it comes to control, so the authorities have to sit together with the MQM the ANP and the PPP on board to reach a viable solution amicably because negotiated settlement remain the best route to success indeed. But with elections looming, this is unlikely to happen and Karachi is stuck with the status quo on account of dirty ethnic politics.

Most probably, the military rule is out of question now. The N-League and the PTI, despite their tall claims don’t have much membership/support in Sindh. So, the nation looks with desperation for miracle that may make the current elected rulers take responsibility to enforce rule of law, collect taxes and spend the collection diligently on general welfare, provide the people with health and security of life and jobs.

With regard to terrorism, a major crackdown by the army against Taliban (TTP) is still on the card.
Investigators are trying to figure out if the local militants were being used by some external force.
Surely, Pakistani security forces do take action against the militants in various tribal regions based on concrete evidence. Also, a series of failed attempts to create rift between Shia Sunni sects has defeated the enemy many a times.
Mr. Jinnah created Pakistan eyeing for a system of governance compatible with Islamic ideology, but due to his death soon after, his dream couldn’t come true, instead the newly created country had to get along with a “misfit system” of governance. The non-compatibility has cost a lot to the country and the current suffrage is the side-effect of the non sense. In other words, a confusing parliamentary form of government blended with semi-presidential federal democratic republic is not workable in Pakistan, as it has only been producing a corrupt society from top to bottom.
Seriously, there is no choice but  crush terrorism at all cost for self survival.

For better governance,  the law makers should introduce presidential form of government, sooner the better. Under that system, the president is entitled to induct competent people of vision, integrity, professional knowledge and practical experience into the government. A better environment can be achieved with the changeover.
Most importantly, a major overhaul of the strategic priorities is the way to go.

57 comments:

TariqMian said...

the current rulers should not be allowed to linger on and delay the election because they are not sincere and would love to stay till the last nail in the coffin is hammered in.

Anonymous said...

be fair!
pakistan people party under president zardar is doing fine. don't you worry sir!

Pari said...

newer breed of politicians should be voted to make a positive change.

♥●• İzdihër •●♥ said...

Politicians are also people of Pakistan. They are from us, representing us in the parliament , if I ain't wrong. So in the nut shell problem of Pakistan is not just bent politicians, it's its people.

TariqMian said...

@♥●• İzdihër •●♥
Almost, the whole society is corrupt but in the upcoming election, only people with integrity should be chosen.
the ballot should be free and fair --and no gimmiks this time otherwise good bye pakistan.
last chance to rid the bad amongst you/us.

TariqMian said...

@♥●• İzdihër •●♥
And tha Pakistanis have been living under the confusing form of government which only is good for breeding corruption. Even India is thinking to have a better system in place to fight off the uncontrolled corruption which is running in the blood of Indians and Pakistanis.
If we hang on to the rope of God Almighty in the true sense, then corruption stands no chance. It's my promise to all including myself.

TariqMian said...

@Pari,
I agree.

TariqMian said...

@ anonymous,
Sir/Madam
I respect your opinion because that's your perception.
I suggest, however, take an analytical look at the party in power with respect to its motives and try to look for a genuine leadership if there is any.
thank you.

Windsmoke. said...

Sounds to me like terrorism is thriving through out Pakistan and is firmly entrenched in your government led by certain religious factions. Until a strong leader is found corruption and terrorism will be rife for many a moon.

TariqMian said...

@Windsmoke,
Most probably, Terrorism is the work of criminals disguised as religious leaders.
The war mongering Taliban (TTP)are paid decent money to disrupt life of Shia and Sunni Pakistanis indiscriminately. They don't care who they kill children or women or old people doesn't matter to them.

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Anonymous said...

pakistan drags

Pari said...
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narazia said...

fear factor discourages investors to come in Pak Land.

Palomasea said...

I hope and pray that this will happen, dear Tariq...
May the country see better and brighter days ahead.
Blessings,
- Irina

TariqMian said...

@Irina
Thanks Irina!

Humaira Shahid said...

Free and fair elections in the rural areas means people will vote for representatives on the basis of local groupings, clans, castes and influence. Where the state fails to provide security, justice and protection. So people prefer to vote for the badmaash of their clan and caste to protect themselves from FIRs, attacks, financial disputes of the opponent group. And people want to align with a party that wins which means more jobs, more facilities of gas, electrification possible loans, tractors etc. Elections is not about who is right and what they are ideologically voting for, elections are about economic and social survival, who will provide and protect them....and in this case they see honest people fail and badmaash of their own clan is a better choice!

leo said...

The solution for good governace is fair and free election in every corner of Pakistan. Our public should elect those people who are loyal to the country.

TariqMian said...

@Leo,
Despite all the nonsense, let's hope and pray for free and fare elections this time.

TariqMian said...

@Humaira Shahid,
Let's count on Allah's help for survival of the embattled nation. Hopefully, the Judiciay under Justice Chaudhry, Election Commission under Justice (rtd) Fakhru Bhai, and the upcoming elections under the strict supervision of Pak Fauj could stop Pakistan from further turmoil.

However, the people in the rural areas need some self confidence, political awareness of true democracy and real courage to stand for their rights.

But, that's possible only if the local badmash Choudhries/Maliks/sardars/Khans/vaderas are deprived off their undue titles. Their hunger for political and economic power through cruelty should be dealt with heavy resistence to ensure the purity of next leadership.
Bottom line is electing the people with integrity would make Pakistan recover from all ailments.

sunny said...

Being a student of Public administration i think free and fare election is considered to be very important for the well being of the state.like the post Mr tariq

iremi nisces said...

Asalamu alaikum, interesting political read. Been really busy with Hajji's alhamdulillah all is well thanks for commenting and sharing.

Take Care

TariqMian said...

@sunny,
JazakAllah!

TariqMian said...

wa alaikum slaam -iremi nisces
thanks for your lovely expression.

R. Ramesh said...

hiii buddy..thanks for passing by my blog yar...keep wondering..if leaders are good, country will for sure be good..v r not lucky in that i think..

TariqMian said...

@ Ramesh,
leaders are the reflection of the society. each individual need to be self-reformed enough to produce good leadership.

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Ahsan Khan said...

Further Whatever system a government may follow either presidential or parliamentary but Rule of law or supremacy of Judiciary is utmost duty of any member governing a government. Being part of society we seems grains but these grains or small entities can en-light and spark many others and together we will bring the our norms and values to fame of societies and as well to land we are living in. Truth have to sustain and evil have to decay in itself and had a shorter life. But still a long way to go and we have to aware people and bring the public and youngsters out of the TV and Movie and Plays and bring them to The Real World where Humankind belong to. Our Youth is our only asset as the knowledge is our inheritance. Wisdom is our path with simplicity and sovereignty. We have to build these qualities in our nation and this is the way and time to make our new generation live they way Iqbal dreamed and Quid lived exemplary life and given fruit of Pakistan to us. Similarly above all Life of Muhammad PBUH is Ideal for us to follow. But this is understanding to all of us with very clear ways and signs that these paths and ways are for those who seek for them and all poetry of Iqbal insist and invoke this Spark in youth to understand the Purpose and every ingredient of life and knowledge as everything for us.

TariqMian said...

@ Ahsan Khan,

Allah SWT sent the miracle of the Qur^an through our beloved Hazrat Muhammad sallaho elaihay wasallam-- solely as guidance for benefit of the entire Humankind, but the Muslims are lucky ones to understand and follow Allah’s message which becomes much easier to be understood only when we look at the practical life of our role model Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Indeed, he practised the message in entirety. The prophet’s sunnan and the explanation are further explained in the poetry of Allama Iqbal RA.
Allama sahib is the one who prepared Mr Jinnah to found Pakistan on the basis of Ideology, but—unfortunately with Mr. Jinnah’s early demise, Pakistan ended up in orphanage like condition.
Consequently, the vultures have been blood sucking the newly born state which lost one wing in 1971, while the remainder is up for grab - so many others with vested interests are busy preying upon it.
Solution:
We need to self correct our ways and re-position our Qibla where it should be.
We need to elect people of integrity.
We must love merit and justice and fairness.
The politicians are selfish people who are after power-grabbing and steering the nation according to their own way - where it benefits them the most.
Thanks Mr. Ahsan Khan for sharing your beautiful thoughts.

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Palomasea said...

Thank you, Tariq...
Blessings to you,
- Irina

Irfanuddin said...

how are you doing Tariq bhai....

I am back from the hybernation and trying to cope up with the speed of blog world....see you soon.

Take care,
irfan.

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TariqMian said...

IrfanUddin sb, you are welcome back

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