The parliamentarians of the Pakistan are having a ball out there while debating the policy, strategy and other aspects of the war on terror, but still there is no hope or outcome, and still even we don’t know that whose war is this. Whether this war belongs to us or to the Americans or to nobody or to whom.
Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, who kicked off the debate, asked the government to present details of all the agreements that were signed with the United States in the past with regard to the war on terror. But PML(N) and other allies were very much apprehensive about the outcome of the talks, and it was felt that the whole proceedings were going no where.
This is the time, when all the political leaders should join hands and suggest to the government and also help them to come up with something workable, as the country is burning. Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is in no mood to fulfil the demand of its ex-partner in the ruling coalition, as it was part of a quid pro quo vis-a-vis the resignation of General (R) Musharraf, but they have to change their policies which were followed by the Musharraf and his junta.