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    In continuation of Crisis in Pakistan

    The main reason behind the crisis in Pakistan is docility of governments while facing clergy. This docility caused riots in 1951 in the name of religion as mentioned elsewhere and elaborately dealt with by two men commission headed by Justice Munir in 1953-54. Later on the same elements staged PENA movement in the name of religion for establishing a government based on the Shariah. Earlier in 1976 a prototype of 1951 agitation had resulted in out-casting Qadianis. Now the clergies leading 1951 and 1976 movements are bitterly poised against each other and have been responsible for genocide in Pakistan taking place in these days. Therefore this gradual receding of the governments in favor of clergy reaches the present day crisis which have made Pakistan similar to the days of Elizabeth first in England:


    'The reader is requested to read Riyadh for Rome, Islamabad for West Minister and Saudi Dynasty for Pope.'

    But unfortunately, Pakistan is not being led by a lady as strong as Elizabeth 1. Still more unfortunately we are to quote Napoleon led by a sheep, we ourselves may be Lions. A sheep earlier had enacted a debacle at Dhaka in 1970-71. More unfortunately leadership besides the Party in Power is similarly sans vision and sans courage. It is rightly apprehended that a time may come -not very late- that their maybe a public uprising without any sagacious leadership and it may work havoc which has often been the fate of societies in crisis without leadership.

    Reference: The execution of Justice in England. By William Cecil. Edited By Robert. M. Kingdon.
    Pages: 13/ 14

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