We must remember her indefatigable energy, her step-by-step, day-by-day work together to reclaim Pakistan.
The politics of principle is still alive, the PPP chairman is delivering and will continue to deliver into the future.
Our country has been hijacked — not politically but through the psychology of hate and fear.
Countries have dealt with hate by introducing laws that enhance penalties for crimes if they are motivated by hatred.
A democracy built only and solely on the ballot box will always remain shaky and vulnerable.
The contrived and Islamist Quaid of Pakistan’s current textbooks never existed.
She persevered and struggled to make Pakistan a peaceful, progressive and tolerant, educated society.
It is important voice of the people, with all its diversity, is not suppressed, and there be an independent judiciary.
Until Pakistan expands its tax base and growth is sustainable, provinces would need external help for projects.
Education must be made a national priority no less important than national defence.