MUSHAHIDULLAH during his recent speech in Senate shared poetry in which he used a word which was not allowed in the Senate. Though the speaker tried to stop him several times from using the word, he continued without listening to the speaker. Are the assemblies made to criticise each other and share poetry, or are they made to discuss the people’s problems and find their solutions?
What do we expect from bureaucrats when our assemblies are being run in this manner?
Public representatives should work for the people instead of maligning each other.
Published in Dawn, July 12th, 2019