Imran Khan – A Man with No Plan


Imran Khan – A Man with No Plan

Imran Khan contended for 16 years and finally made a grand political entry after 30 October public gathering in Lahore. He certainly became a galvanized crowd puller. From an obscure player, he is now renowned as a game changer and a potential threat to existing political monsters. His charismatic personality burgeoned the support base for PTI. He has accomplishments such as World Cup, Shaukat Khanum Hospital and NAML University by his side. Even his critics can’t deny his popularity. After being regarded as a major player, Khan has been flexing his political muscles and seems to be desperate to come into power. Karachi and Quetta Jalsa were brave attempts though a compromise was reached with MQM before Karachi Jalsa.

 

Imran’s strength lies in defying established norms and ending status-quo. Khan’s influence draws from the jaded and jaundiced voters from other political parties. He is entailed in inculcating and juggling the non-political people through his mere gimmicks. Immense disappointment from PPP and PML-N enabled people to see Imran as their last resort.

 
Imran khan’s gimmicks are contradictory to rationale. PTI is referred as a test tube party for getting funded by agencies through businessmen. Imran khan himself is a part of status-quo and this perverted system. He is thriving to bring change with old faces and new ambitions. A horde of electable candidates who joined earlier are now pulling out due to Khan’s declining political prospects. Infighting and grouping in the party is proving to be a thorn in the flesh for Imran Khan. Heavy weights such as Khursheed Qasoori and Asif Ahmed Ali belonging to single constituencies are an impediment to efficient seat allocation. Keeping Javed Hashmi and Shah Mehmood Qureshi under one roof is perverse.

 

Foreign policy is indispensable and guides the national policy. Any adventurism in the foreign policy will aggravate Pakistan’s already isolated position in the world arena. When he talks about drones being counter-productive and bringing the Taliban on reconciliation table; he is stamped as ‘Taliban Khan’ whereas on the other side he faces death threats from the Taliban. At one hand he wants cordial working relationship with India while he tows GHQ devised policies. There is no clarity as to which school of thought he belongs – an Islamic fundamentalist zealot or a conservative liberal.

 

 

Imran khan has inexplicable and flawed policies over certain issues. He has nothing to offer out of the box rather relies upon conventional remedies. There is no comprehensive economic plan intact to counter the economic meltdown of the country. Dilating the tax net is not a workable solution because of presence of mafias in the country. Subsidizing goods is the only answer he comes with when talking about inflation. PTI has no doable plan to combat the energy crisis. The idea of computerizing land record to end ‘Patwari culture’ was not proposed by Imran Khan; it is already underway in Punjab. The system of elections in the police department was coined by Imran Khan which is utterly out of question.

 

In the elementary stage, revamping of the state institution is of paramount importance. Ending rampant corruption and terrorism in 90 days is a mere publicity stunt. Imran Khan has no coherent plan on the issue of sectarian killings in Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan. Yes, Mr. Khan must toil for across the board accountability with no sacred cows in the society. Can he succeed in the endeavor to establish civilian supremacy? Can he be the boss of the Army Chief and the DG ISI? Such questions still remain unanswered!

 

Imran Khan – a hard liner – should develop flexibility and put an end to contemptuous behavior towards other political leaders in order to work towards workable rules of engagement with other political forces. Suggesting workable solutions in wider national interest would be better rather than picking holes in current policies. Imran Khan warned of a movement of defiance if elections are rigged; this would be adding fuel to the fire. Whatever the electoral results are, he should swallow the bitter pill for wider national interest. Imran Khan should have contested the by-polls to check the water levels. Imran Khan was a blue-eyed boy of the military in Pasha’s ‘regime.’

 

Initially he was a media darling but faced a severe backlash on media policy for derogating the media persons who beg to differ with PTI.  Massive crowds and ebullient speeches will not make any difference. Imran Khan must focus on the dynamics of electoral and constituent politics. The wind for change might not change into a storm and prove to be self-devastating. He has the ability to upset in the urban areas of Punjab until ‘Tsunami’ factor is in play but by far, Punjab seems to be the stronghold of PML-N which was also evident from recent by-polls result. PTI can dent ANP and JUI’s position in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. A fierce battle between PML-N and PTI can bring PPP back to the power table. Gaining 2/3 majority is a fallacy and daydreaming as split mandate and formation of coalition government is written on the wall.

 

Imran Khan cannot win unless he has ace in the hole to leave his opponents stupefied. All bets are off for Imran Khan and he seems to be nowhere near in the run for prime ministerial candidates. Gallop Pakistan survey revealed a decline in PTI’s popularity and conversely a gain in PML-N’s. Imran Khan must get rid of his sycophants flanked at his side in order to address the grievances of his support base i.e youth.  Imran Khan’s politics is heading towards permafrost of gloom. He calls himself an idealist; isn’t he an escapist?

 



Muhammad Ahmed Khalil

A blogger for The News/Geo blogs


  • http://www.facebook.com/BalaK.hanam Bala Khan

    Muhammad Ahmed Khalil — A man with no Honesty.

  • Ali

    Dear writer this not the right way to earn money….simply a paid blog..use your sense before pen…

  • Bilal

    :poop:

  • Saleemisra

    Buddy looks u r also looking for some popularity and now a days the only way to get popular in anyway is critisizing great Imran.. pity on such mentality…cheers..

  • S Nasrullah

    He certainly became a galvanized crowd puller……Khan’s influence draws from the jaded and jaundiced voters from other political parties. …. A horde of electable candidates who joined earlier are now pulling out due to Khan’s declining political prospects……There is no clarity as to which school of thought he belongs – an Islamic fundamentalist zealot or a conservative liberal…..Massive crowds and ebullient speeches will not make any difference. Imran Khan must focus on the dynamics of electoral and constituent politics. …..Imran Khan cannot win unless he has ace in the hole to leave his opponents stupefied……Imran Khan’s politics is heading towards permafrost of gloom. He calls himself an idealist; isn’t he an escapist?

    A few one-liners from your obfuscating and intriguing write-up are collected from the few paragraphs of your infantile attempt to paint, portray, promote, parody or prototype Imran Khan. That he is an incomparable crowd puller, none has qualms about it. If the constituents of other political parties are joining forces with PTI, it is for a common cause to rid the nation of the swindling group of criminal politicians who are there to pilfer and plunder the National Treasury. Those electable candidates were neither beseeched nor bargained by IK. Like worship the rising sun, they joined PTI in the hope that IK would take them on their face value and when they found him to be a hard past master, they abandoned him remorselessly. IK has the sole mission to rid the country of blood-sucking bone-headed and brazen politicians with the sole purpose to loot the country and flee to their safe havens abroad. AZ with his Chateau in France, Palace in Dubai, Mansion in UK and stockpiled Debentures, cash certificates, hordes of Bank Accounts with Millions of Foreign currencies in Swiss Banks, is ruling Pakistan. Rehman Malik, a Grade 19 Officer, buys cash down a Million Pound Sterling Flat in the fashionable London Area. A former Director of Bank Suisse is reported to have stated that some Pakistani politicians have Trillion Dollars worth of deposits in his Bank. A poor country like Pakistan which subsists on IMF and World Bank loans and whose GDP and National Income hovers between pathetic and provocative; can never tolerate Kleptomaniacs. If, only if, even half of the looted amounts, stashed in foreign Banks are brought back to Pakistan, the dream of self reliance and running its economy on its own steam would be REALIZED.
    The Tahir-ul-Qadri phenomenon augments the popular belief that this Nation is vigorously and vehemently gunning for Change. IK and his youthful followers would pave way for ushering in the desired Revolution that would break all barriers of restrictions imposed by lobbies inimical to the concept of a Progressive Pakistan. Indeed, like an Institution that is the lengthened shadow of one man, the fearless and selfless leadership of IK would open new avenues for progressive Pakistan to rise to its sublime heights.

  • http://www.facebook.com/akhlaq.nabi Akhlaq Nabi

    We will still vote for PTI.

  • http://www.facebook.com/saad8686 Saad Ahmed

    I have read all the critique and logical speech. yes Imran Khan is not a by product of this corrupt system. the current PML-N leaders are the pure Army boys. PML-N had never bring the change but always support the corrupt hands like during last Five years they behave like Zardari Boys. Imran Khan it least never been a sold out person, never made partnership with corrupts and i strongly believe that he should be give a chance at least.

  • Faraz

    The author does not know what he is talking about. There are no Hidden Solutions to problems Pakistan is facing. Everybody know the Solutions. We have to revive our economy, improve security situation, improve law and order in the country, revise foreign policy etc. Unfortunately no one is willing to take these steps as they would like to make money in Power, these things are of no importance to them. Imran Khan as a Leader has shown immense willingness to do this. Period. As simple as this, and that is why we the youth will vote for him.

  • Faraz

    The author does not know what he is talking about. There are no Hidden Solutions to problems Pakistan is facing. Everybody know the Solutions. We have to revive our economy, improve security situation, improve law and order in the country, revise foreign policy etc. Unfortunately no one is willing to take these steps as they would like to make money in Power, these things are of no importance to them. Imran Khan as a Leader has shown immense willingness to do this. Period. As simple as this and that is why we the youth will vote for him.

  • rehan ahmed

    Worthless article. The author needs to read PTI policy papers before writing anything about Imran Khan or PTIs’ plans for Pakistan. I wonder if he’s a paid blogger working for PML-N.

  • Hamza

    So if I understood correctly, Mr. Khalil is trying to say Imran Khan cannot do anything and therefore we should remain with the corrupt politicians of our country? What kind of ridiculous and stupid thought process is that? You would expect Geo News to bring more challenging and competent writers unlike Mr. Khalil. We all need to be more optomistic and I personally have made the choice to give PTI a chance before judging them. Clearly the only leader who has PROVED him self (hospitals, university, and World Cup) before coming in politics; who has paid his dues over the past 16 years; and no one has a chance to prove corruption against him. Furthermore the only party in Pakistan which is truly democratic. Therefore I dont know about anyone else, but I am definitely willing to bet my money on PTI.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kami.khan.71697 Kami Khan

    You are a biased person , You don’t even know the plan of Imran Khan, you are the dog of PMLN or PPP so that you are saying like that, such kind of rascals defame the nation not showing the real facts and figures.Fie upon you Mr writer what ever you are……………………….You can’t resist the twist of Imran Khan.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kami.khan.71697 Kami Khan

    You are a biased person , You don’t even know the plan of Imran Khan, you are the dog of PMLN or PPP so that you are saying like that, such kind of rascals defame the nation not showing the real facts and figures.Fie upon you Mr writer what ever you are……………………….You can’t resist the twist of Imran Khan

  • ali

    Talking about policies, people in media are speculating even before the party has even come in power . I guess the article was written just to write something. Talking about Old faces, then how many of political parties are out there with new face. Talking about foreign policy, PTI clearly has a policy of negotiating with Talibs and US. What other options do you have in mind.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kami.khan.71697 Kami Khan

    There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle. The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits, but you Mr, Writer has no limits. Pakistan is disgracefully managed by PPP and PMLN, one hardly knows to whom to complain.
    .
    There is a lot to say actually on the current situation in Pakistan, but seems not possible at least in this Comments. I believe it won’t be wise to try to cover and conclude all or even any one of the issues in a single discussion. The problems of Pakistan are multilateral. The current whole picture is made up of several small parts, which should be analyzed both separately and as well as in connection with each other
    .
    In these days one of the biggest issues in Pakistan is the, corruption, misgovernance, Corrupt leadership extremist activities in Pakistan. The common people are still confused in Pakistan by your cheapest , rascal writer about the reality. One can think how Pakistan would handle all this and is there any possible solution. Yes! Imran Khan , He is the person who can handle all the situation not your father Mian Nawaz sharif and your grandfather Mr ten percent Zardari

    I am referencing in the lines below the parts of analysis of conflict by Mr. Ikram
    Sehgal . He is Publisher and Managing Editor of Defence Journal ( Pakistan).

    I firmly believe problems exist everywhere and solutions are always there, but in Pakistan we don’t have enough capable and sincere leadership except Imran Khan to handle problems in a right way,but this things are beyound of your understanding corrupt writer.

    Kami Khan

  • http://www.facebook.com/kami.khan.71697 Kami Khan

    There are two ways to live: you can
    live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle. The
    difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits, but you
    Mr, Writer has no limits. Pakistan is disgracefully
    managed by PPP and PMLN, one hardly knows to whom to complain,

    There is a lot to say actually on the
    current situation in Pakistan , but seems not possible at least in this
    Comments. I believe it won’t be wise to try to cover and conclude all or even
    any one of the issues in a single discussion. The problems of Pakistan are multilateral. The current whole picture is made up of several small parts, which should be analyzed both separately and as well as in connection with each other.

    In these days one of the biggest issues in Pakistan is the, corruption, misgovernance, Corrupt leadership extremist activities in Pakistan and in north western areas as a whole. The common people are still confused in Pakistan by your cheapest , rascal writer about the reality. One can think how Pakistan would handle all this and is there any possible solution. Yes Imran Khan , He is the person who can handle all the situation not your father Mian Nawaz sharif and your grandfather Mr ten percent Zardari

    I am referencing in the lines below the parts of analysis of conflict by Mr. Ikram
    Sehgal . He is Publisher and Managing Editor of Defence Journal ( Pakistan
    ).

    I firmly believe problems exist everywhere and solutions are always there, but in Pakistan we don’t have enough capable and sincere leadership except Imran Khan to handle problems in a right way. These things are beyond of your understanding.
    .

    Kami Khan

  • saqib

    this article is little short of retarded with no facts to support the arguments

  • http://www.facebook.com/SyedAmmarAliZaidi Syed Ammar Ali Zaidi

    Who has a plan in Pakistan………??? fine Imran khan has lost the plot but who else can lead us through difficult times, do u think distributing lap tops worth 22 bn rupees instead of generating electricity through canals is a plan?????

  • Faheem

    lol!!! unbelievable!!!! is the writer trying to say that PPP and PML(N) have a plan??? the only person with a plan, good or bad is criticized for not having a plan!! Pakistan is going nowhere with the quality of intellectuals we have!!!
    Never seen such a blunt rebuke for the incapable provincial and federal governments, which begs one to question the intent of such writers!

  • http://www.facebook.com/SyedAmmarAliZaidi Syed Ammar Ali Zaidi

    right now the nation is in such a position that they have to select lesser of the evils

  • shahkha

    Using difficult vocabulary wouldn’t make your stupid article interesting you paid pen!

    • jazib

      true that . ahjahha made my day

  • m khan

    Did zardi have a plan? Does nawaz have a plan. They all have one plan “Rob Pakistan”
    I am 100% certain your one of thier supporter. Rubbish blog, get some lessons to write something better.

  • Mamoon Shah

    How much did they pay you to write about Imran Khan ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/aalarahman Rahman Aala

    totally disagree with this bullshit! what nonsense written Muhammad Ahmed Khalil?

    Are you paid by PML-N to write all this?

    “A fierce battle between PML-N and PTI can bring PPP back to the power table.”

    The above sentence you wrote proves that you are also part of status-quo. PPP graph is already going on. It is a fight between PML-N and PTI if you’re saying its a fight but realistically its a fight between PTI and parties outside assembly versus all the parties in the assemblies as one.

    think before you post such a thing. Why do you keep confusing every human being in Pakistan between the faggots-current leaders and a genius-Imran Khan?

  • Jamshaid Imam

    The story z too vague, too much of media depiction of previous couple of months instead of representing passion of general public. For leadership one needs commitment and honesty, expertise you can hire. This is what Imran claims that he will bring the best brains to run the different department of the state without compromise. This is what our leadership missed previously, instead of relying on people their preference was west to bring them in govt. When you do so, you can not be independent to make national policies. What I study that 90% of successful strategies fail because of poor execution and 95% of mediocre strategies r successful due to smart execution. Our existing and previous govt failed because they either did not have will to execute or they had to make compromise to execute the policies fully. Imran on the other hand has commitment and honestly and he hardly compromise on his objective. He has chances to enjoy power, even get elected he preferred to sit in opposition. He z little above then power lust, I dont find any explicit reason of not supporting him.

  • Ahmed

    Who is paying Muhammad Ahmed Khalil to invest his one day to write this type of useless material which is based on story line qualitative research where topic is for plan which means research should be Quantitative. One thing is for sure your wrote this blog by plan.

  • shahid khan

    This country would be heading to its ultimate dissemination if either of the two main parties win the incoming election. It can only happen if there is a naked rigging which with all its good intention ECP may not be able to control.I frequently come across skeptics who cast doubts on PTI victory.

    Agreed PTI may or may not win enough seats to form a government in its own right because of the deeply embedded elective culture based on loyalty to cast, creed and feudalistic subjugation of uneducated , helpless and vulnerable voters in remote towns and villages.

    Even if PTI is able to secure enough seat to become a formidable opposition that will be enough to make the parties of status quo survival difficult when they return. So this nation is ready to accept PTI in either of the two form.

  • Imran Ali

    Dear Imran Khan is the only leader has got plans, policies and solutions. He always talks about solutions and on top of that whole party is elected not selected.

  • http://www.facebook.com/muzaffaralisyed Syed Muzaffar Ali

    the opportunists who joined his party are already leaving. Besides what are my other options ?? PPP, PMLN, ANP or MQM ?? Nah! already tried

    I’ll take my chances and vote for PTI

  • asif

    Muhammad Ahmed Khalil..thank you very much for your thoughts, now go back to sleep and please don’t forget to drink milk…

  • http://www.facebook.com/skghani Shehzad Khalid Ghani

    The writer is a lunatic, a heretic. He needs to give up writing for Veena Malik-like theatrics at the mansions of Nawaz and Zard-ari

  • asif

    Dude! whats wrong with you?? you are cursing him like he’z been to government twice. he has not yet been given a chance but the kind of people you are talking were led by dictators, which has been into power twice, no doubt they have done some good things too but you won’t be able two complete your fingers if you start counting them but their con’s are not dependent of numbers they just keep increasing like your age.. any how dear i wish you happy life in fools paradise..

  • Gul Nawaz

    When I read the blog of such people its sadden me that what going to happen to pakistan. Writing against a man who has never been in power still has all the policy and plan for major issue pakistan is facing. why could he not spend some time and research and compare the policy of PTI. PMLN and PTI. He would not be able to do that becuse PMLN and PPP has no policy despite being in power.its look like that All he has wrote what he was told to write. IS he trying to say that let the current currpt people destroy the country. Shame on such writer who misguide the nation. But we know the truth Imran is the best

  • Umar Ahmed

    Sab theek hai!!!! Lekin vote Imran Khan ka hai.

  • http://www.facebook.com/malik.latif.946 Malik Latif

    Attack on supreme court , overnight transfer of millions of overseas pakistani’s dollars in the famous mulk bachao scheme. these two brothers are not only the most corrupt but coward too. Look at the Nawaz’s face deeply u will see the crook in disguise

  • Husnainkhan

    Lol senseless article. These people dont want to see change in pakistan becuase they are corrupt thereselves. To support corrupt people is a corruption as well. You should have think twice before writing this article.

  • Shehzad

    you must be kidding ! you joker
    you mean to say all others have plan…..plan to loot, give me break
    Try your crap article writing skills somewhere else.
    Morons like you, you just write for the sake of writing deserve zardari

  • Asim

    My conscience is convinced to vote for PTI for the simple fact that they have never been tested before. Imran deserves a chance for those who twice sat in the realms of power did nothing but rob the country we love.

  • Mustafa

    The Question is, what plan do you need for good
    governance? Can there be a plan for appointing ppl on merit? can there
    be a plan for “Not” to do corruption? Can there be a plan to enforce the
    rule of law? You don’t need a plan to do these things, you just simply
    do it! By not doing it yourself as a leader and one can only test a
    leader by actually testing him. May be he is also corrupt, but we can’t
    decide that yet. In fact, there is corruption everywhere in the world,
    but unlike Pakistan. China is No.1 in corruption and India is probably
    No.2, but look at them, they are also growing

  • Shakeel N

    Hahaha!!! Nothing new in your article. Think new logics to malign Imran Khan. These old arguments would work. People have decided to vote PTI this time with passion. :)

  • anonymus

    totally agree with Muhammad ahmed khalil

  • Armughan

    Mr Khalil, what a shame you have earned for your self,,, so sad……Not a single person buys your views,,,,

  • Ahmed

    I would suggest the author does some research and back up his opinions/accusations with concrete proof and while he’s at it, learn some proper english as well

  • imran

    I have voted once in my past for PMLN, and I was 18 then,
    had very minimal understanding of our politician, saw everyone voting for PMLN
    in Lahore, so I voted for PMLN as well. Since 1990 I haven’t seen any change
    for betterment in Pakistan, PPP, PMLN, PMLQ and Army all have been in power but
    no one has done anything good for people, since last 20 years we are worse off
    instead of being better. Now when I have been to different places in world, I see
    how far behind we are compared to rest of World. Who should we blame, people or
    politicians, I guess both are equally responsible. There are thousands who
    still support same PMLN, PPP other parties who have tried again and again and haven’t
    done anything for people, yet people go in their gatherings and defend them
    more than they would their own family. I decided not to vote again, but now I will
    vote this time, Imran Khan/PTI forced me to trust them, and vote once more for
    the wellbeing of Pakistan and people of Pakistan, the man looks honest, he hasn’t
    been tried like others, he has done more for people than all in Government
    collectively done, so why shouldn’t I trust him, but my trust in Imran Khan/PTI
    is conditional, PTI will have to deliver, they will have to stand up and do
    what they claim. A lot of people are saying Imran khan is one man, what one man
    can do, all I can say is that’s true, Imran Khan is one, and will always be one
    man, but his power is you people, you can make him the strongest or the weakest,
    choice is yours, I really hope he inspires people to come and vote and then he
    delivers, otherwise we will be fall deeper and deeper. Deep down inside me, I feel
    and sense Imran Khan/PTI will not disappoint you, will do good for his people. May
    Allah show us the right path and give us the ability to see the real faces of
    people and give Pakistan the most honest leader not like past. Ameen

  • Anonymous

    this is one stupid article, thats all i have to say about this crap

  • Shakeel N

    Sorry Ahmed Khalil sahab, people dont agree with your analysis. Probably you need to revisit your analysis skills.

    Most people believe that ‘Imran Khan is the only man with plan’ when it comes to solving problem currently Pakistan is facing. No matter whether his solution is the best one or not, but you will always find him there giving his opinion. Other fake politicians just criticize but do not give any solution.

  • Asif

    very good article, I like your critical analysis on PTI. BUT I will wait for your upcoming article covering other possible candidates for PMship especially Nawaz Sharif. Also, Don’t forget to analyse his energy/foreign/land-reform/anyother plan. To be honest forget analysis, just share his plans before contesting 2008 elections.

    If you failed, trust me youth has no other option to join PTI. Thank you every much.

  • M.Saeed

    Dear Najam, here you are gravely mistaken.
    Zardari is the perfect planner of everything oblique and crooked.
    Now, just imagine:
    Was it thinkable for anyone that, the son of a man Z.A. Bhutto hated the most and who escaped the country to be safe from his wrath, could have married Bhutto’s daughter without a Plan?
    Is he not the owner of over 150 high profile properties well identified with complete details on various sites on-line of which, not a single incriminating link he has left that can be produced before court of law–is it possible without a whole catalogue of intricate plans made and executed all over the world?
    Has he occupied the Pakistani White-House without a Plan?
    Has he renamed his son as Bhutto without a deep-rooted Plan?
    Has he abandoned Gilani without a Plan?
    And—the list is endless.

    • Vicky

      Totally agree.

      Now so cleverly he has got the swiss cases closed against him and is now a legal owner of billions of Pakistani money, all alone (he even has the share of his wife). That is an acheivement of one of his satanic plans.

  • sifjshvb

    THis blogger is mentally retarded

  • http://twitter.com/asim_haq Asim Haq

    Friends, whatever the plot is behind TQ and whatever the reasons IK didn’t initiate such thing, masses don’t care anymore. They just want the looters gone. In Karachi we pass by an accident with a dead body lying on the road and feel nothing. This is the level of numbness we have come to as a Nation and as a society. So whetever is happening to rejuvinate the sensess is the need of the hour. Whatever the news Anchors say, sometimes we agree and sometimes we don’t, but in your own circles you will hardly find any person not complaining or even ridiculing Zardari and the system, be it Government institutions, Elections, Shcools, traffic, Infrastructure, even your woprkplace culture. It has become our nature to criticise just for the sake of criticising. We need to dig deep in oursleves and perhaps we will find that we also look to get attention by saying whetever catches some ears. So we must learn to see the bigger picture and comment as whole.

  • Engr: Noor khan

    I am totaly disagree becuase Imran khan have plan on energy,Health,terrirsom ,,,,,and local goverment, but i am surprise that what is the plan with PMLN.

  • NASAH (USA)

    Of all six names proposed by PML(N) as possible caretaker prime ministers — Imran the juvenile advocate of Human Rights had to say — of all the people — he will not accept Asma Jahangir as the interim prime minister — did he have to open his irresponsible irresistable Talibani trap.

    Whom he was trying to impress that how good a fascist he is?

    For a sensible mature politician a discriminating ‘silence’ is one of the most articulate tool — but not for a useless blabberer like Imran Khan. He can’t control his verbal diarrhea either — may be he should replace Rehman Malik as the Pakistan’s next Interior Minister.

  • samraiz hameed

    This article is completely based on personal outrage against PTI. I could not find even a single logic. Writer should have kept his personal feelings aside and talked about the facts and the fact is in present situation any political party that really got a plan is PTI.

  • samraiz hameed

    True picture of current scenario…..:D moron.

  • Talat Hamdany

    Mr Khali please grow up. Yellow belly journalism.

  • Imran

    Regardless of his criticism, his achievements for the nation and philanthropic work still stands high. I have got a small blog about “Shaukat khanum and Imran khan” please read and share your thoughts, will be much appreciated.
    http://travellersinspiration.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/shaukat-khanum-cancer-hospital-and.html

  • mustafa

    the writer is clearly a nawaz league supporter.

  • Zain ul Abidin

    Are you a paid worker of some nasty PML (N) office to write against PTI. Dont think that you can leave his supporters Flabbergasting using such insane remarks…Do some research and clear your thoughts before writing….

  • Abbas

    Well I dont blame your blog, you have your own opinion, but the fact is people is really tried now and they don’t want to see these black faces again. All of them has taken there innings not once but many times. You know Mr Blog, What government or opposition has done for us. Corruption is on high belt now. Do you agree with me , These both parties are make themself only the ruler of Country, What is the Shahbaz Sharif character, He calls as Badmash of Punjab, What Zardari has done in Past 5 years, , Lot of murder cases and you known that he is also Badmash in Sindh. And yes there is big role of Musharaff policies which takes down to Pakistan more and more. But Musharaff was not a criminal basically. He serve for our Army and i slut him that he takes Stands on Indian Media reaction. But he dont have to play with America, He has taken money from America and he put this money on Pakistan Growth but he forget that after he will finsih his terms there will be big disaster in Country in shape of Taliban.

    So now people need someone to pull it up from these parties monopolies.

    I also believe that PTI having support from Establishment. But Establishment always work for betterness of Country.

    And i very much hope Imran Khan can do justice what he promised with our nation.

    Let give him chance and check what he is capable.

    So vote for PTI now.

  • ZAK

    An author with no experience!! Well, you seen all those moron, corrupt, criminal politicians and if you still think all those moron can bring change then I think you should stop writing columns. What plans are you talking about anyway. He does have plans, even though if he does not have any plans he is still better than corrupt, Bhtta khor, criminal so called leaders. He is bring Pakistan together. He is uniter not divider.

  • hamza

    Imran khan is a real leader and the heart beat of most of the
    youngsters. Youngsters follow IK in every situation,Pak gov will
    disable after this march and the latest news is IK is going to publish
    all of corruption charges on the P.M Nawaz Shareef and other leaders.
    Go nawaz Go.

    Dany Talk T220