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"My father started his professional life before Nawaz Sharif was planted by Gen Zia as CM Punjab. He kept striving for a better living and a bright future for us. Simultaneously, he watched Pakistan falling right in front of his very eyes as the menace grown by the Pak Army was busy growing his businesses, overseas flats & fighting another cult in the form of Zardari group. Pakistan’s neighbours reached new heights of progress while Pakistan (military) kept raising white elephants. I started my career from a point that was someway ahead of where my father had started. This was the progress we made in course of decades. We own it as we fought for it. As I continue to struggle on the same lines, I see my own Army’s Chief Gen Asim stealing the mandate of overwhelming majority of Pakistani citizens in broad daylight, appointing Nawaz Sharif’s incompetent daughter as CM Punjab & making way for a repeat telecast. This makes me question whether we are lesser humans? Why do we have to play fair, carry the burden of aims and expectations, follow rules and regulations when others receive a whole state’s resources without them doing anything in their lives? Neither Nawaz Sharif nor his daughter were qualified, experienced or competent for the job. They did not possess public’s mandate either. Criteria was the extent to how much they could follow the Army dictators to lead Pakistan towards the deepest ditches of disgrace at the expense of Army’s image; the same institution which was once sought after as the last resort and hope of nation against corruption, bribery & foreign influence. Now it seems that the institution itself is the biggest pawn of foreign influence and inbuilt vested interests. A leader is the one who inspires the followers for a cause, who has a charisma of being himself; someone who can be looked at as a torchbearer or the one who has lead by example in the past too. Slaves and their generations can never be leaders. We’ve been kept in ignorance for not less than 76 years. Fake identities, fake bravado, fake nationalism, false narratives and so-called ‘leaders’ have brought us to this point where we have no respect among the comity of nations. This infuriates and frustrates me as a loyal citizen of the state who himself has neither ever taken a stapler pin from public’s resources nor intends to follow the path of nepotism. What has happened in this country since August 1947 is the true manifestation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm where “All animals are Equal but some animals are more Equal than the others” 26-2-2024 ©PK"

 My father started his professional life before Nawaz Sharif was planted by Gen Zia as CM Punjab. He kept striving for a better living and a bright future for us. Simultaneously, he watched Pakistan falling right in front of his very eyes as the menace grown by the Pak Army was busy growing his businesses, overseas flats & fighting another cult in the form of Zardari group. Pakistan’s neighbours reached new heights of progress while Pakistan (military) kept raising white elephants.
I started my career from a point that was someway ahead of where my father had started. This was the progress we made in course of decades. We own it as we fought for it. As I continue to struggle on the same lines, I see my own Army’s Chief Gen Asim stealing the mandate of overwhelming majority of Pakistani citizens in broad daylight, appointing Nawaz Sharif’s incompetent daughter as CM Punjab & making way for a repeat telecast. This makes me question whether we are lesser humans? Why do we have to play fair, carry the burden of aims and expectations, follow rules and regulations when others receive a whole state’s resources without them doing anything in their lives?
Neither Nawaz Sharif nor his daughter were qualified, experienced or competent for the job. They did not possess public’s mandate either. Criteria was the extent to how much they could follow the Army dictators to lead Pakistan towards the deepest ditches of disgrace at the expense of Army’s image; the same institution which was once sought after as the last resort and hope of nation against corruption, bribery & foreign influence. Now it seems that the institution itself is the biggest pawn of foreign influence and inbuilt vested interests.
A leader is the one who inspires the followers for a cause, who has a charisma of being himself; someone who can be looked at as a torchbearer or the one who has lead by example in the past too. Slaves and their generations can never be leaders. We’ve been kept in ignorance for not less than 76 years. Fake identities, fake bravado, fake nationalism, false narratives and so-called ‘leaders’ have brought us to this point where we have no respect among the comity of nations.
This infuriates and frustrates me as a loyal citizen of the state who himself has neither ever taken a stapler pin from public’s resources nor intends to follow the path of nepotism. What has happened in this country since August 1947 is the true manifestation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm where
“All animals are Equal but some animals are more Equal than the others”
26-2-2024

©PK

My father started his professional life before Nawaz Sharif was planted by Gen Zia as CM Punjab. He kept striving for a better living and a bright future for us. Simultaneously, he watched Pakistan falling right in front of his very eyes as the menace grown by the Pak Army was busy growing his businesses, overseas flats & fighting another cult in the form of Zardari group. Pakistan’s neighbours reached new heights of progress while Pakistan (military) kept raising white elephants. I started my career from a point that was someway ahead of where my father had started. This was the progress we made in course of decades. We own it as we fought for it. As I continue to struggle on the same lines, I see my own Army’s Chief Gen Asim stealing the mandate of overwhelming majority of Pakistani citizens in broad daylight, appointing Nawaz Sharif’s incompetent daughter as CM Punjab & making way for a repeat telecast. This makes me question whether we are lesser humans? Why do we have to play fair, carry the burden of aims and expectations, follow rules and regulations when others receive a whole state’s resources without them doing anything in their lives? Neither Nawaz Sharif nor his daughter were qualified, experienced or competent for the job. They did not possess public’s mandate either. Criteria was the extent to how much they could follow the Army dictators to lead Pakistan towards the deepest ditches of disgrace at the expense of Army’s image; the same institution which was once sought after as the last resort and hope of nation against corruption, bribery & foreign influence. Now it seems that the institution itself is the biggest pawn of foreign influence and inbuilt vested interests. A leader is the one who inspires the followers for a cause, who has a charisma of being himself; someone who can be looked at as a torchbearer or the one who has lead by example in the past too. Slaves and their generations can never be leaders. We’ve been kept in ignorance for not less than 76 years. Fake identities, fake bravado, fake nationalism, false narratives and so-called ‘leaders’ have brought us to this point where we have no respect among the comity of nations. This infuriates and frustrates me as a loyal citizen of the state who himself has neither ever taken a stapler pin from public’s resources nor intends to follow the path of nepotism. What has happened in this country since August 1947 is the true manifestation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm where “All animals are Equal but some animals are more Equal than the others” 26-2-2024 ©PK

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