Provincialism in Quaid's Pakistan??
edited: Wednesday, September 01, 2010
By Tasbeeh Fayaz
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Posted: Wednesday, September 01, 2010
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Unfortunately, our country has gone through loads of rampant corruption, nepotism and maladministration. Such curses always lead to complete breakdown of law and order in the state.
Pakistan is undoubtedly the second largest Muslim nation in the world, yet, it is constantly being affected by people who support depravity. Every one is aware of the fact that Pakistan is suffering from a dearth of patriotism. People are constantly reproaching the government and are less interested in working for the nation’s betterment. Pakistan is of course the greatest gift God has ever bestowed us with. It is undoubtedly our most valuable possession. This soil holds back the blood of our valiant leaders who gave life to this great nation. These breezes enclose the essence of our martyrs, who gave away their souls for us.
Pakistan has never lacked in the people who are ready to sacrifice themselves to amplify the nation’s prosperity but it also holds in odious citizens, who are unconcerned about the country.
There are thousands of people who have their devotion limited to their provinces. Their love and support is not defined for their country but for their respective provinces. This is exactly what gives birth to the theory of PROVINCIALISM.
People are moving back to the traditional concept of having independent provinces because of the problems Pakistan is facing. People are arguing because majorities are riding roughshod over the minorities but this is not the time when we should encourage provincial rivalry. Quaid himself never fought for Sindh, Punjab, Baluchistan or Khyber Pakhtunkhuah. He struggled hard for one united ‘PAKISTAN’ and he succeeded. We should be proud of what we are but it is obligatory upon us to be staunch supporters of having ‘ONE STRONG PAKISTAN’. The disappearance of all the sectarian groups will strengthen the integrity of Pakistan.