23 September, 2014 / Ziqa'ad 27, 1435

Is there some pathology somewhere?

Published Mar 31, 2013 05:03am

A New Social Order (NSO) should be evolved based on the golden principles of truth, justice and fair play.

This would revolutionise the fate of this country. Let us not waste our precious resources over trifling and ego-clash under the circumstances when the fate and future of our country hangs in the balance.

The sooner a caretaker cabinet -- comprising men of integrity, probity and professionalism -- is announced, the better it would be.

HASHIM ABRO Islamabad


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Comments (1) (Closed)


Ahmed
Mar 31, 2013 03:38pm
Men of "integrity, probity and professionalism" are needed in every sector of society, not just in the caretaker government. And not just men, but women also. In the US, I have been struck by how even a plumber or an electrician (with few exceptions) takes pride in his profession and in most cases is quite honest and straightforward in his dealings. And this applies to doctors, nurses, government inspectors, police, courts, retail outlets, housing builders, real estate agents and virtually every other walk of life.