The politics of reaction ate up the PDM?

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PPD) seems to be disintegrating long before its goals are achieved.

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PPD) seems to be disintegrating long before its goals are achieved.

Islamabad … News Time

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) seems to be disintegrating long before its goals are achieved. Now, in this alliance, there is more a relationship of ridicule than unity. From Baap Party to Baap and Baap Baap’s repetition to R or Par sentences, both sides continue to exchange these sentences. In this ghazal contest, Bilawal’s latest satire is presented in such a way that it is not an opportunity for R or Par politics. Earlier, Maryam Nawaz had said that her father’s vote was taken at her father’s request and so on. Such statements have washed away the whole make-up of the PDM alliance. In a virtual meeting of the PDM, it was decided to issue show cause notices to the PPP and the Awami National Party, while in the Senate, instead of working with PPP Leader of the Opposition Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, working under the banner of an independent group. It is as if Yousuf Raza Gilani will be the undisputed leader of the PPP in the Senate and Azam Nazir Tarar will be the leader of other parties. After that, every name is mentioned on the PDM except the alliance.

The PDM was in fact the name of the two major parties, the PML-N and the PPP, and some of the atmosphere was created by the roar of Maulana Fazlur Rehman and the footsteps of the workers. The problem of PPP and PML-N was that their past was completely different and contradictory and their future was also completely different. Only a recent thread was tied between the two. That thread was against the Imran government. What will happen after Imran Khan’s government? Both sides were well aware of this and from time to time both of them used to admit out of questions that we would all participate in the elections separately. This clearly meant that under the ideology of necessity, the people would have to compete with each other as soon as the election bell rang. As Imran Khan’s government grew older, the opposition lost its breath. There was also a psychological issue between the two major PDM parties. The PML-N claimed that it was on the pulse of Punjab’s public politics. Nawaz Sharif’s popularity rings in Punjab, his name and ticket runs. Therefore, they are the center of attention and their central role and status is obvious.

The PPP’s mentality was that it was the ruling party of Sindh and this status and weight made it stand out from all other PDM parties. Their respective claims forced the two to keep a distance. The distance and gulf was widened by the domination of a revolutionary group by the PML-N. The PPP is a model and a combination of Asif Zardari’s pragmatism. The party is now free from the Cold War revolutionary era and burdens. A strong faction of PML-N has formed a new revolutionary and fresh ideology. Therefore, it is under the influence of revolution rather than pragmatism. To like and desire revolution and talk, but for revolution it is necessary to have the spirit and substance of sacrifice for the revolutionary past and indefinitely. People who are molded in the traditional political mold do not start a revolution. Bilawal Zardari had also started flying in the atmosphere of revolution by flying freely but Asif Zardari’s pragmatism led to his arrest before he could fly. Something similar is happening with the revolution of Maryam Nawaz at the hands of Shahbaz Sharif. If Maryam Nawaz starts flying on the side of revolution and adopts the philosophy of R or Par, then Shahbaz Sharif’s pragmatism limits her flight. Maryam Nawaz has become silent once again and her silence is not without reason.

Among those who brought the PDM to the brink of conflict is a large part of Maryam Nawaz’s reactionary politics. Maryam Nawaz had high hopes for the PDM and she had a little too much confidence in Maulana Fazlur Rehman. She was leaning too much on the PPP. When these dreams were shattered, one had to be temporarily discouraged. Bilawal Zardari used to drink cold water and take deep breaths in the same condition. In fact, there is no substitute for experience and insight. Politics is the name of experiments. The politics of reaction does not lead to revolution, but reaction and haste prematurely overthrow any revolution. In politics, Benazir Bhutto’s reaction was justified. Her father was put to death by this system. The decision and the accident knocked his family off the throne. The two brothers were deported in response, and in this world they fell into the hands of the previous debt-paying countries from Pakistan. One sister escaped from the shackles of politics and moved abroad. Only two mothers and a daughter were standing in front of the whole system. It was natural to react in this environment, but with this burden of reaction, when Benazir Bhutto stepped into practical politics, she forgot her personal sorrows and problems and emerged as a full-fledged pragmatist.

The general idea was that when Benazir Bhutto gained state power, she would set up execution bazaars on a daily basis. New cemeteries will be inhabited, but on the contrary, General Zia-ul-Haq’s Foreign Minister Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan was present in his cabinet. Later, many of General Zia-ul-Haq’s associates joined his circle of influence. On the contrary, nothing has happened to Maryam Nawaz Sharif except that her family rule has been snatched away year after year and the fact that this process has been repeated three times is part of her own depraved nature along with many other factors. In response, the same thing happens that Nawaz Sharif has ruled his country three timeswhether someone else is harmed or not, he is harmed.


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