Last edited by Waseem; 23-Sep-2012 at 08:36 PM.
Bahawalpur has serious reservations in becoming a part of Saraiki province (their small movement of provincial status never included Saraiki belt). Interestingly the loudest voices for Saraiki victimization are fully prepared to victimize Bahawalpur by forcefully including it into the proposed Saraiki province when they know Bahawalpur wants to be a separate province. Same is the case with Baluchis whose genuine concerns are being ignored. Administrative units are the only way to go ahead.
SARAIKI SOOBA is not an important issue even for saraiki speaking awam,,,actualy zardari tola is using saraiki sooba slogan to get some votes because they have delivered nothing but poverty,inflation,unemployment and extreme poverty.zardari tola wants to rob the last penny of poor country,,zardari tola is a bunch of thugs,,,
Only hope of Pmln forming a federal govt is in Punjab+South Punjab.
South Punjab is already out of their grasps... while Pti is giving them a tough time in Central Punjab... This is going to be the worst defeat for PMLN ever, they might get less than 19 seats like they did in 2002.
PPPP are going to be angels compared to PMLN... Before everyone though Mush was the worst until Zardari came along, god forbid if Nawaz comes to power people will even forget Zardari.
One of my brother's friend was hired after paying about 3lakh for an average post in ZTPL bank.
My brother also tried later but they demanded 6 lakh initially so we stepped aside.
Before you say who was accepting that $$ ,let me tell you, they were close hawaris of makhdoom involved in aff case nominated for Pm initially.
B/w no work done in our areas by ppp and by pmln , even Mush's development was far far far better. these corrupt mafias just play blame game on each other.
these jerks can not repair even a road in 5 years here while mushi built new roads initially in 2003 , and rebuilt them 2 times afterwards. just an example to start with their ineffciency
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