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We stand beside our army, even when the chips are down

Easier mock than to do. Rightly fits the situation of Pakistan and her population. Whatever bad is happening all around us, blame it on the armed forces. It’s easier and it’s more democratic perhaps but it is not the truth. In democracy the burden is divided. The grey would be every where. We are then not talking about the absolute power of any single institution. This is what you have recruited, as you sow so shall you reap. Give the power to the mad and expect sanity to prevail? You elect them to the parliament to fix roads and gutters. Not to legislate according to the changing situation. Unless we are willing to amend our ways, we are static. A disease can’t be cured if it is denied. Extremism is actually the mindset of oppression for sure. If we keep on electing  and selecting such schools in our mainstream, better then to expect nothing at all. Imagine an oppressor dispensing justice for the masses.

Loopholes are there, our enemy is hidden and this war is hard. It is not conventional. We have got sympathizers, facilitators, and aides helping safeguard extremism at every available front within our country. People who are mocking the army for every ill and menace within Pakistan, should also provide suggestions to the parliamentarians on law-making.

In the last 24 hours I have seen so much  negative debate on social media, that it is appaling. People must avoid these discussions and beware of these debates as it is only going to further promote hopelessness. That is exactly what the enemy wants.  Divide our nation and disunite us. We are not going to let that happen to us. We are not going to let the dream of our enemies come true. We stand united alongside our defenders. That irks the coward rivals. They see an army of two hundred million soldiers. They wish to reduce this number but they won’t be able to if we ourselves properly address the real grey areas.

“When there is a will, there is a way”.

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