The Long March and the political chaos in the country have finally entered the decisive phase on Sunday. The mammoth rally of the anti-PPP parties, led by PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif, has moved forward from Lahore to its destination, Islamabad. The massive participation of the political leaders and people in the Long March has stunned all and sundry in the country and political observers abroad. At the beginning of the Long March the policemen tried to put up some resistance in Lahore to crush the marchers, but after seeing the gigantic participation of the people and their fury, the policemen gradually sidelined from the rally and left the marchers to move toward their ultimate destination. The massive participation of people in the Long March amidst hurdles and barricades created by the administration is being seen as no-confidence of masses against the unpopular decisions of PPP government that have created political rumpus in the country. The PPP government's failure to reinstate the sacked Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, removal of Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, his cabinet and induction of some new judges, being dubbed as 'Jialas' by the anti-Zardari political leaders, have annoyed and irritated most of the countrymen. These decisions even have infuriated most of the PPP leaders and workers, who were expressing their disgust in their interactions with different people, but avoiding airing this frustration publicly because of their affiliation with the PPP. For the past many weeks and days we are hearing that the Presidential camp is vying for reconciliation, but practically the adventurers in this camp are plunging the country into political imbroglio. For example the police raids ahead of Long March, arrests of scores of anti-PPP political leaders and workers, the house arrest orders of several politicians and placing of barricades to block the march have, in fact, fuelled the tension and played a pivotal role to make popular and successful the Long March of the opposition parties. In other words it would not be wrong to say that the PPP government, decision makers and administrators have created more fuss than the opposition through their attempts of sabotaging the march although all the official efforts to defuse the Long March ended in fiasco on Sunday. Why the Presidential camp was taking too much time to reinstate the sacked CJP and to restore the government of PML-N in Punjab in spite of the fact that the mighty players like the United States, the United Kingdom and the Chief of the Army Staff have urged President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani to take the decisive decisions to end political chaos and frustration? This question is rising again and again in the minds of the truthful countrymen who want to see harmony and political calm in Pakistan. What would happen if the Long March participants insisted for the resignation of President Asif Ali Zardari and a group of adventurers in PPP, whose myopic political vision has landed the PPP government and the country into a serious trouble in less than one year's period? This speculation is now haunting the minds of political observers and analysts within the country and abroad.