Wednesday, 21 December 2016

From Baqir Najafi to Qazi Faez Isa.

There has been a mayhem in the political and media circles since the Quetta inquiry commission report by Justice Qazi Faez Isa has come out. While many are asking Chaudhry Nisar to resign as they see the report as a charge sheet against the ministry of interior and Chaudhry Nisar himself, there's one person who thinks that the report is biased i.e Chaudhry Nisar. 

We have seen a history of commission reports from Hamoodur Rahman commission to Abbottabad commission report to Model Town commission, there are two possible course of actions after a commission completes its findings: 1-The report is never made public. 2-And if made public, no action is taken against those accused. 

Referring to the title and the reason I mentioned Justice Baqir Najafi is that the Model Town massacre report was never made public but many media houses and journalists were able to get their hands on it and they see it as a charge sheet against the provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah. Politicians make a lot of claims about high moral grounds to get vote of the public but the same politicians when in government don't give a bit of heed to high moral grounds. Be it the provincial government of Kpk or the federal government or the provincial government of Punjab. Yes, you read it right. The government of Kp is in the list of lacking high moral grounds. A few months before the APS attack, somewhere in August, a threat alert about a possible attack on Army Public Schools and Colleges was circulated to the provincial government. The questions that arise here are: Why wasn't the threat dealt seriously? Why wasn't necessary action taken? When there were supposed to be 23 guards on the security of APS, why were there 3 on the 16th of December, 2014? No matter how many questions are raised, our politicians and leaders will never have the courage to resign on the principles of high moral grounds. Neither Chaudhry Nisar nor Rana Sanaullah, not even the concerned minister of Kp, none will resign. 

That's all what we have learnt. From Justice Baqir Najafi to Justice Qazi Faez Isa, no action taken, none put forward for justice, no one resigns. Its about time the government makes the Baqir Najafi's report public. 

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