Appeal to politicians

Published Jul 23, 2012 02:33am

PAKISTAN is passing through a state of political instability. Instead of being together in this situation to resolve the crisis, every politician is struggling to score points and to degrade other political parties.

The politicians are so busy in their personal clashes that they have forgotten that they are public representatives.

If the situation remains the same, the country might face a political disorder that may result in a situation which would be unaffordable for the nation.

Instead of degrading each other, the political parties must sit together to plan a strategy that leads the country towards prosperity and development. The politicians must not forget that they are accountable to the people.

YASIR IQBAL Turbat


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Comments (1) (Closed)


Babar
Jul 23, 2012 09:03pm
Well, You have rightly said that union is strength. But, Who would be the source for getting altogether our politicians. You have not given that idea. In fact, Media is the source which can play an effective role in this regars...