ADNAN FAROOQ, Student of Conflict Resolution & Governance, University of Amsterdam, Netherlandse
I think, her death will not bring any structural change in Pakistani society. Her death will only provide an opportunity to the frustrated Pakistani crowd. What we can expect from the crowd, riots and nuisance. I fear that now peoples party will have more grouping inside and BB’s killing will be used as a slogan only. People will mourn over a death of a leader and will issue statements that a space and vacuum has been created by her death and there is no leader after her.
Though modern sociologist always say that need of a leader is a symbol that we are in animal society. lambs and sheep need shepherd, and this concept for having leader and need of leader came through ancient societies of east and jewish education. Modern European societies don’t feel the need of a leader in society. The conscience of a society should be so much developed that we don’t need a leader to tell us what to do. England is surviving the same way after Tony Blair after Thatcher and USA after Reagan and Ford.
UZMA, Java Programmer, Ontario, Canada.
It is a dark day for Pakistan. Those involved in this type of heinous acts aren’t serving anyone. We pray and hope that Pakistan would come out from this turmoil. Pakistan must shed old methods of thinking, escape out of the box, and remodel their mindset in order to truly SEPARATE from the grip of pre-colonial ancient chaos. Some modern Asian countries have set excellent examples.
If there is one word that Pak needs in order to redevelop their nations, that one word is LAW. Nothing functions until there is absolute LAW, whether in constitution, in economy or in the street.