We, the public are good judges on our own. The final conclusions one can draw from the hopeless statement of our so-called stakeholders about the appointment of a caretaker Prime Minister interpret nothing but their own huge ego. It is a bad omen at the start of electioneering, as that in itself is doubtful, a concern for every national. The stalemate in the appointment of an interim MP has once again proved that our politicians are not trustworthy. The world is looking at us; the international media is posing questions, while our politicians prefer their huge egos to the national interest. What can our younger generation learn from them and how will we survive this dilemma?


Kurram Agency, March 19.