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Need of tolerance in country’s politics

By: Bilal Gadani

In the politics of the country, instead of understanding, tolerance and tolerance, there is a tradition of provocative struggle and insulting and ridiculing each other. Who will benefit and who will suffer? It is difficult to say anything about this and it is premature but one thing is clear that this is certainly not a good omen for democracy. Disagreement is called the beauty of democracy because it is dominated by the good. When the two sides try to find a way to reconciliation in good faith through debate and discrimination, there is no issue that cannot be settled but the history of elections in Pakistan has always been repeating itself. The political controversy over the rigging of the 2018 national elections seems to be escalating day by day into a confrontation rather than reconciliation that is in the interest of democracy and not in the interest of the nation. The government-opposition PDM coalition has taken a hard line on the issue. The PDM announced in its last meeting of its protest movement on Sunday at Minar-e-Pakistan ground that there would be no dialogue with the government, instead longing for Islamabad in late January or early February. There will be a march, there will be resignations from the parliament. Opposition leaders, in their scathing speeches, slammed the government and challenged the Establishment, which they said was patronizing the government, especially PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman. Anarchy is appearing in the country these days and I feel threatened that the Pakistani people and the establishment may not stand in front of each other. One leader also said that old Pakistan was better than new, if you don’t want to make another Bangladesh, then curb this scourge. If the provinces were independent, Bangladesh would not be formed. Another leader spoke of rebuilding the country. Prime Minister Imran Khan spent Sunday in peace. “These meetings are being held to get NROs to save my looted wealth by blackmailing me, but I am not going to give,” he said in a statement on the website. The opposition is wasting time, money and effort by holding rallies. Federal ministers also termed the meeting as the biggest meeting of the opposition Minar Pakistan. Declaring the meeting a failure, he said that the people have rejected the statement of PDM. Eleven parties together could not hold a big rally with Imran Khan, the rally was big or people sitting in small houses also saw Jim Ghafir of the people on TV channels through the eyes of the camera and also heard the slogans that were put up there. Instead of focusing on political claims, policy makers should anticipate the future based on facts. In this regard, Jamaat-e-Islami’s Deputy Amir Liaquat Baloch said that it was noteworthy that unemployment, high prices and bad language of ministers were fueling the opposition movement. He termed national dialogue as essential for finding a solution to the problem. The objective situation of the country demands that the direction of politics should be changed and towards reconciliation instead of confrontation. Negotiations are the only way to achieve this, which is the equal responsibility of the government and the opposition. Both should move in this direction as comprehensive national dialogue is essential to rid the nation of fears of an uncertain future.

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