Editorial: Changing the Narrative of Pakistan

    Written by: Dr Dushka H Saiyid
    Posted on: September 05, 2015 | Post your comment here Comments

     - Editorial: Changing the Narrative of Pakistan

    The narrative of Pakistan has changed with the launch of operation Zarb-e-Azb. The armed militant groups terrorizing the people of Pakistan with bombs, target killing and kidnappings are steadily being eliminated. Karachi the financial hub of Pakistan, though far from being the City of Lights yet, is slowly returning to some semblance of peace. The more difficult challenge facing the agencies is to cut the nexus between politics, big money and the mafias.

    While General Raheel Sharif, the COAS of Pakistan Army, has brought a paradigm shift in the security of the country, it is Col (retd) Shuja Khanzada, Home Minister in the Government of Punjab, who set a new standard for our political leadership by his commitment, dedication and raw courage in the crusade against the criminals and terrorists, be it the burning of a Christian couple outside Lahore by vigilantes, child sex abuse in Kasur or the sectarian militias. His martyrdom is a damning verdict on those whose pusillanimous policies allowed Pakistan to descend to such a state of lawlessness that the attack on the Army Public School Peshawar became possible.

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