- Posted March 2, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Why do the Prime Ministers Fail?
Isn't it the right time to ask this question?
In our national language Urdu, the government is called “HAKOOMAT.” As such the people who run the government are known as “HUKMARAN” or rulers. Who is Hukmran? Hukmaran is one whose “HUKM” or “ORDER” is carried out. When we try to go deep into the meaning of the words “hakoomat” and “hukmaran,” we find another word in between and that is “HIKMAT” or “WISDOM.” A “hukm” or “order” that lacks “hikmat” or “wisdom” leads to chaos, confrontation and even tyranny. So what does a politician need to become a successful “hukmaran” and run the “hakoomat” successfully is “hikmat” or “wisdom?” But mere hikmat or wisdom alone is not enough. What one
requires in addition to that is “HALQA,” or a “CIRCLE” of “like minded people” that may also be called a “TEAM.” The “halqa” or the “team” is actually “THE EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE” of a political party, “THE CABINET” of a party in power.
Pakistan is standing on the threshold of elections. The country is the first and the last frontier in war against terrorism. The world wants to know what is happening in one of the most sensitive country on map of the world.
Nothing can be more interesting than any information on country's political scenario. If past events can be revisited to understand the future possibilities, then nothing can give a better idea than than knowing why the Prime Ministers in Pakistan fail?