Our dear leader, Mr. Imran Khan has been enlightening us about a hidden enemy in Pakistan throughout the first year of PTI’s election. According to multiple members the leading party, a mafia is trying its worst to destabilize the government. However, you must understand that is no regular mafia, this particular mafia is trying to stir up chaos in the country and has the PTI government as its sole enemy. It seems, this mafia more focused on Pakistan than our own government.
This mafia’s main objective is to make the current government to look bad, so that they too will be ousted. Every shortcoming of the government is always without failure, blamed on someone else.
A prime example is, Ex. Premier Nawaz Sharif being allowed to seek treatment was blamed on the judiciary, who claimed that the PM himself let the former leader leave and the judiciary wasn’t to blame.
Similarly, the massive locust infestation which was the first one in the last seventy years also happened in the PTI government’s term. While, the less bright individuals like researchers and scientists stated that expired pesticide was to blame, the smart people know the truth. Yes, it was the mafia trying to taint the PTI name.
The discovery of oil near the Karachi coast, called the KEKRA Project, was also a false hope, with the added bonus of losing billions of rupees as a result. The official reason was that our dear leader, Mr. Imran Khan was misinformed about the issue.
Ironically, Prime Minister’s own adviser on finance, Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, was also ill-informed about tomato prices when he claimed the price was Rs 17 per kilo. Is the corrupt mafia also responsible for the price inflation, and massive losses due to ill informed officials?
Ranging from the recent loans, rapid increase in prices, and the statements given by the PTI leaders, the lack of government’s experience is quite noticeable. Often times, these badly coordinated statements have ended up creating more confusions than solutions. There is no fixed path of the government and issues raised by the media are often the go to strategy for PTI. Rather than providing relief to common citizens as promised, the past year has further added fuel their misery.
Are these ‘opposing forces’, the ultimate forces of evil actually preventing our skilled leader from making good on his promises or it is just bad policies of the government? It is crystal clear that running a country is proving to much harder than the Pakistan Tahreek E Insaf government had anticipated, and it shows.
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17 November, 2019