Looks like a repeat of 1957. The politicians at that time were changing ministries more rapidly than the time it took Nehru to change his pajamas. Finally Iskander Mirza had to send all of them packing home. If there had been no intervention at that time maybe Pakistan would not have managed to survive. Many will start stating that, that event put Pakistan into darkness but look at the behaviour of the elected elite and their antics in the parliament. Can we afford to give these worms of the gutter the perks and privileges from our taxes.After Mushy's departure the civilians got 10 full yrs and what have they given to the country apart from the fabulous increase of their personal assets. Is democracy worth the misery we facing today? The only lesson is that politicians never learn a lesson.
Somebody need to get rid of these mna jahil choices of unpurh jahil confused loage.
pakistan koe next level purr laejana hae toe imran khan should bring presidential type rule and fauj should force new judges n new politicians with strict ethical moral islamic protocol. Enough is enough somebody yaa allah help us to get rid of these corrupt politicians judges and anchors. May allah help imran ameen. May allah help pak army brass to do something urgent under imrans leadership UBH NAHEE TOE KUBH. Apna ghurr pakistan BUCHANA HAE YAA NAHEE DECIDE KURROE NAA?!?!?!!!!?!??!!!!
Look at the pimp Dawar. His party the PTM came to promonence on the murder of Naqibullah mahsud. The Mahsuds wanted an investigation. The 'hitman' was 'bahadar bacha' Rao Anwar and the 'contract' came from murdari because Naqibullah was 'wicking' Bakhtawar Pahlawan and Billo Rani at the same time. Dawar went to karachi and was speaking from the platform of murdaris. He has got a few pennies from external enemies of the country. Tahafuz e Pashtun Movement has forgotten Pashtuns and siding with the killers. Now it is becoming clear why the Mahsuds and Wazirs are always suspicious of Dawars. In Pushtu they say " Yao Lawar sal Dawar". It means one stout stick is enough for a hundred Dawars.