If a coalition government is realised following May 11, political maturity will be the need of the hour.
Last month showed that no matter the political leaning, as a nation, a mindset of change is what we have adopted.
One election will not transform our lives. But election can certainly begin process of transformation we eagerly seek.
If we harness our potential & utilise opportunity of our times, specific problems can be overcome through innovation.
We are ostriches who follow blindly, with our heads buried in the sand while marching towards our singular goal.
While income strongly correlates with turnout, literacy rates across districts do not.
Education reform must be emphasised, as it is today’s youth that will determine the state of tomorrow’s Pakistan.
What is most important now is to ensure that youth's political activism translates into tangible change through vote.
It is a testing time to be a Pakistani. This is Pakistan’s time; there should be no looking back now.
With right leadership, Pakistan will encourage justice, infrastructure built; systems put in place and merit valued.