Pakistan is a place where there is logical inconsistencies. It likewise flaunts revolting distortions, a country which shuns conclusion of issues with dangerous features. We show legitimacy and regard for law and order — a perpetual hierarchical pontification.
However, a look at the top uncovers just the inverse: on April 19, upwards of 34 priests made vow under Article 92(2) of the Constitution.
Allow us first to see what the Constitution says regarding the vow of the Prime Minister and his partners. Both the Article 91 on the vow of the Prime Minister (91) and 92(2) contain pretty much comparative responsibilities.
“I will release my obligations, and carry out my roles, truly, as well as could be expected, steadfastly as per the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the law, and consistently in light of a legitimate concern for the power, honesty, fortitude, prosperity and success of Pakistan … That I will safeguard, secure and guard the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan … ”
Be that as it may, a modern day miracle. Around two dozen of the pastors are on bail, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif himself. His child, Chief Minister-assign, as well, is on bail in two or three illegal tax avoidance cases. No matter what the idea of the cases these decent priests are ensnared in, they remain “blamed” in the eye of the law. Could a denounced become state head, boss pastor or individual from the particular bureau — that too in criminal cases?
Considerably more disturbing for the normal residents is the steady pontification by these self important on the temperances of law and order and adherence to legitimacy and straightforwardness.
Then, at that point, comes the issue of legitimacy and the manner in which government services have been conveyed: Abdul Qadir Patel has supplanted Dr Faisal Sultan, and that is truly a disgrace to look at certifications of the new priest and his ancestor.
Mr Prime Minister, could we at any point have a profile of Mr Patel? What a transgress! Maybe not a wellspring of shame by any stretch of the imagination for Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, whose sole goal had been to compel out Imran Khan.
Also, look who supplanted the red hot, now and again boisterous mouthed Murad Saeed? Maluana Asad Mehmood, the child of Maulana Fazlur Rehman, to head the draining cow for example the correspondence service.
Mehmood’s profile, as seen on the National Assembly site, is likely the easiest of every one of the 342 individuals. It just highlights name and sir name; party connection; and present and super durable addresses — and nothing by any means as respects his specialized topic or any expert experience other than being a lawmaker child of a legislator father.
The reemergence on April 19 and denotification on April 21 of Tariq Fatemi from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is one more deviation in the 21st 100 years. After Fatemi had carried on with a full political vocation, Nawaz Sharif had delegated him as his extraordinary counsel on international concerns yet forfeited him on 29 April 2017 in the result of the enquiry report on the scandalous “First light Leaks”. Did Shehbaz neglect Fatemi’s excusal under tension from the GHQ in April 2017 or was it an endeavor to discover some way on an issue that had exasperated the tactical foundation then, at that point?
What do you think about Ambassador Masood Khan’s reappointment as agent to Washington? Having carried on with a momentous political life, Khan served an entire long term as President of AJK however he actually “acknowledged” arrangement as Ambassador to the USA in November last year.
Same is the situation with Munir Akram, the life-time long-lasting agent at the United Nations.
One asks how could these resigned officials — every one of them genuine experts by their own doing — consent to obstruct more youthful officials’ way to significant postings? How might they feel in the event that they were supplanted? Or on the other hand would we say we are expecting a lot on the person and respectability front in Pakistan?