Vision on Gilgit Baltistan Elections
Sost Today: the Gilgit Baltistan (GB) Elections 2015 are as important as general election in Pakistan instead of having its dummy provincial status. As usual conventional parties and the politicians are hovering to win the elections with dream to rule.
The masses of GB are too much fed up with the monotonous and immature political culture….. the people of GB has amazingly done well in education as well as other fields of life, but failed yet to get rid of the these frivolous political parties and politician. Comparatively other provinces, it is well literate region, however political maturity is not pleasing.
Election campaign plot is too different as compare to other provinces. The investment of ill-gotten capitals and dogmatic brain washing are the main tools to get the vote from the innocent public. These are weaknesses that encourage the conventional, wicked, incompetent and heretical politicians.
The ongoing elections are significant due to newly emerged parties specially MWM and PTI. The educated generation has good expectations as these parties especially MWM have allotted their party tickets to qualified candidates on totally merit basis. PTI has good repute among the GBians, however it takes time to flourish in the region so would hardly win 2-3 seats. Though, MWM is Shia representative political party, they initiated well for the compatibility of Shia Sunni Muslims in GB. Unluckily sectarian conflicts are the major issue therein, that kept the region drag back.
One of their appreciated efforts is to facilitate the last year visits of Molana Tariq Jamil and Hamid Raza (Sunni Itehad Council Pakistan). Secondly they raise the watchword for the constitutional rights of GB. Although other political parties especially ruling party PMLN raised the same slogan but intention were unveiled when they depute non local governor.
Further has tried several times to abandon wheat special quota under the pretend of miss managements. Instead of having cot reputation, PMLN trying his best to make government in GB; however they might succeed to form coalition government. (shiapost)