Pakistan is, once again, heading towards a political crisis. The rift between the JIT and the government is widening day by day. As a whole, the uncertainty in the country is increasing at a fast pace. It seems that the country’s neighbours do not want stability in the country, but the country is ready to please them. Internal threats are more dangerous than the external ones. We should learn lesson from other countries that have turned from being an underdeveloped country to a developed one. All shareholders of the country should let go of their differences for the sake of country. They should improve the conditions of health and education. They should try to eliminate poverty and unemployment in the country. They should work to improve the country’s exports. All shareholders must work for the country and not for political gain.
Tariq Hussain Khan