70 days on, the Azadi March is still standing for the rights of the Pakistani people. One may agree or not with the stance, but must appreciate the passion with which these 70 days have gone by. The humid, heat scorching sun, thunderstorms, torrential rains and now the cold could not deter the defiance of those who stood up for a change to the present corrupt, incompetent and outdated system of governance. The system in which the corrupt & wealthy hold all advantages of luxurious living while the poor & weak taste the ruthless bureaucracy & justice system.
I have yet to meet any learned who thinks the present system is good for the country. The only defence most give is “We must protect democracy”. Well to speak the truth, I am against this thing called “democracy” in Pakistan. We have just labelled it as such and there is nothing democratic about it. All those self proclaimed analysts and journalists who support this “democracy” are actually the ones who are benefiting from it in one form or the other.
Change is coming, soon. If Imran Khan doesn’t deliver, he too should be made an example for the future. I trust my instincts that he will deliver.
This movement is at present in financial troubles and Imran Khan as requested the people of Pakistan to contribute in any amount possible.
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