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  • Ishrat Salim
    Pls read the link below for more insight as the writer has so well written.......if this change as being envisaged by many sane elements do not take place for
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2009
    Pls read the link below for more insight as the writer has so well written.......if this change as being envisaged by many sane elements do not take place for the sake of continuity....it wil be a recipie for disaster waiting to happen......for the sake of dcemocracy ...change is inevitable......the obstinance of the ruling govt & its politicians / ministers will definetely invite " third force "....because as the writer as rightly said...the poor are " clamouring for relief & do not care whether it comes from an elected or an unelected leader "...the recent Eid gift from the govt was further 7.1 % increase in the " Petroleum product "....will automatically have further impact on the daily use items which are already in short supply...??...the poor people have already started to realise which type of govt was better ??...hence ,it will be very easy to bring in change ( elected or unelected )...because at the end the poor people are not concerned...they want food & security......hence, for the sake of democracy the govt must realise & take steps to " nip the flower in the bud ".....& call for " mid term election ".....if it wants to avoid " third party " intervention.....the govt must take the moral high ground & resign in the wake of NRO & call for mid term election......this will earn them respect in the eyes of the public...... & enhance their chance for being re-elected......
     
    In the end I would support people like the writer who seem to be a very concerned & patriotic citizen & with foresight....to come forward & lend your hand in nation building.....we need more people like him.... this is also change ??.

     http://thenews.jang.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=210883
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