Sit-ins galore and tall claims
SOME opposition parties have started sit-ins in the capital city of Islamabad.
One must understand that these sit-ins tend to harm an already crippling economy of our country. While the poor and the middle class hunt for daily bread, our political leaders are indifferent.
For case studies, whosoever takes position as the opposition must read about western democratic states. Only a few days ago the opposition which was criticising an Islamabad sit-in, is now doing the same, though for a much shorter period.
For a country to prosper, its people need to work hard and have peace but unfortunately this does not seem plausible because a political party does not work hard except for making big claims.
AKBAR ALI KHALIQDINA