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EditorialPolitical climate continues to deteriorate

Political climate continues to deteriorate

The recent raid on the residence of PTI President Chaudhry Parvez Elahi is just the latest example of the destructive politics of vengeance that has poisoned the atmosphere in Pakistan. The raid, which was carried out by a team of the Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) and Punjab police officials, was an act of blatant political intimidation. Even though Mr Elahi had been granted pre-arrest bail in a corruption case, the ACE team insisted on arresting him. They even used an armoured vehicle to break down the main gate of his residence.

This is not an isolated incident. In recent months, there have been several other cases of political persecution. Last month, the police used heavy machinery to break into Imran Khan’s residence in Lahore. And in the past year, dozens of PTI leaders and activists have been arrested on trumped-up charges.

This trend is deeply worrying. It is a sign that the political parties in Pakistan are more interested in settling scores than in governing the country. It is also a sign that the rule of law is breaking down.

The people deserve better than this. They deserve a government that is focused on their needs, not on their political survival. They deserve a government that is committed to the rule of law, not revenge.

It is time for the political parties in Pakistan to put an end to this destructive cycle of violence and persecution. It is time for them to start working together to build a better future for the country.

The current political climate in Pakistan is one of deep polarization and mistrust. The two main political parties, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are constantly at each other’s throats. They accuse each other of corruption, incompetence, and even treason.

This toxic atmosphere has made it very difficult for the government to function effectively. The PML-N-led coalition government is constantly facing protests and demonstrations from the PTI. The PTI has also refused to cooperate with the government on several key issues, such as the economy and national security.

The military’s influence over politics further complicates the situation. The military has intervened in Pakistani politics on several occasions, and it is widely believed that it still has a strong hand in the current government.

The combination of political polarization, mistrust, and military interference has created a very unstable political environment in Pakistan. This instability is a major threat to the country’s long-term security and prosperity.

It is time for the political parties to put aside their differences and start working together for the good of the country. They need to focus on the needs of the people, not on their political survival. They also need to respect the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary.

If the political parties in Pakistan are unable to work together, the country will continue to drift towards chaos and instability. This will have a devastating impact on the Pakistani people, and it will also make the country a more attractive target for terrorist groups.

It is time for the political parties in Pakistan to take responsibility for their actions and start working together to build a better future for the country.

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