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1947 TO FORM 47

By Dr Asif Channer

March 17, 2024 08:43 PM


Pakistan's journey since its inception in 1947 has been marked by resilience and perseverance in the face of numerous challenges. From the trauma of partition to the ongoing struggle against terrorism and economic instability, the nation has weathered many storms. However, the recent general elections held in February 2024 have once again thrust Pakistan into a period of uncertainty and discord, fueled by unjustified protests and blame games orchestrated by a violent political party and its allies.

The aftermath of the elections has seen accusations of electoral rigging and misconduct hurled at the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) by certain political factions. In particular, a militant political party, along with its allies, has spearheaded a campaign to discredit the electoral process, alleging widespread irregularities and questioning the legitimacy of the results. This relentless pursuit of baseless allegations not only undermines the integrity of democratic institutions but also threatens to destabilize the country at a time when unity and stability are paramount.

The unjustified protests and blame games orchestrated by the violent political party and its allies serve only to further polarize an already divided nation. Instead of accepting the outcome of the elections and working towards national unity and progress, these parties have chosen to engage in disruptive tactics aimed at undermining the democratic process. By inciting public unrest and spreading misinformation, they seek to advance their own narrow political agendas at the expense of the nation's interests.

It is essential to recognize that democracy thrives on the principles of transparency, accountability, and respect for the rule of law. The Election Commission of Pakistan, as the custodian of free and fair elections, has a responsibility to ensure that electoral processes are conducted impartially and without bias. While no electoral system is without flaws, baseless allegations of rigging and misconduct only serve to erode public trust in democratic institutions and sow seeds of discord and division.

In response to the unjustified protests and blame games orchestrated by the violent political party and its allies, it is imperative for the government, other pillars of the states and civil society to stand firm in defence of democracy and the rule of law. Instead of succumbing to pressure from vested interests, the government must uphold the principles of transparency and accountability and ensure that any allegations of electoral misconduct are thoroughly investigated and addressed through legal channels. As well as to lay down a solid road map for the economic and political stability of the country without any political victimization and bias.

Furthermore, the government has a crucial role to play in promoting dialogue and reconciliation among political parties and fostering a culture of tolerance and respect for differing viewpoints. By engaging in a culture of tolerance and mutual coexistence advocating the rule of law, civil society can help counteract the divisive rhetoric perpetuated by the violent political party and its allies and promote a more inclusive and democratic political culture.

It is also incumbent upon the international community to support Pakistan in its efforts to uphold democratic principles and strengthen democratic institutions By Latin the government and there affairs I am by police sporting financially politically and morally specially by providing financial assistance like grants loans from International institutions like IMF world Bank agent development Bank etc at the same time condemning the unjustified protests and blame games orchestrated by the violent political party and its allies, the international community can send a clear message that democracy and the rule of law must be upheld at all costs.

In conclusion, the unjustified protests and blame games orchestrated by a violent political party and its allies threaten to undermine Pakistan's democratic institutions and destabilize the country at a time when economic and political stability is imperative and inevitable, unity and stability are paramount. It is essential for all stakeholders, including the government, all players of the state, all political parties including civil society, and the international community, to stand firm in defence of democracy and the rule of law and work together to promote politico-economic stability national unity and progress. Only through a commitment to transparency, accountability, and respect for democratic principles.  Pakistan must be allowed to overcome its multiple challenges to shape itself into a solid democratic and prosperous nation. As the new  Federal and Provincial governments have been established in Pakistan including the new President of Pakistan has also been elected, let the democratic process and democracy move ahead smoothly and forwardly.

State and Nation, well supported by well-demarcated pillars of the state and institutions within their jurisdiction, need a single focus on a single direction to explore the new avenues for the best solution to these titanic issues en bloc.

Let bygones and be bygones‼!’and contribute our role

 

 

Dr Asif Channer


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