In defence of Imran Khan

Published: September 29, 2011
 The writer is vice-president, information and media, of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

The writer is vice-president, information and media, of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Imran Khan has always confronted the proverbial question ‘will he make it?’ in whatever he has set out to do. That was the question when his team was losing in the earlier stages of the World Cup of 1992, but he was the proud recipient of the coveted trophy at the concluding ceremony. The same was the haunting question when he launched “Imran’s Tigers” to build a cancer hospital in memory of his mother. He succeeded in building the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital — one of the most acclaimed institutions known for its professional expertise and its humanitarian consideration, as it treats more than 75 per cent of its patients free of cost. This question again haunted him when he announced plans to build a university in one of the most backward areas of the country. The university, an affiliate of the UK-based University of Bradford, is there for all to see in Mianwali, as it disseminates quality education in a variety of disciplines.

George Fulton, in his article of September 22 titled “Yes we Khan”, wrote that Imran’s persona and the party were interchangeable and this springs from the preconceived notion of seeing only the corrupt as political leaders. One concedes that the PTI has none of this breed, and indeed will never have. But Mr Fulton fails to see the many bright faces that adorn the party. They may not be the likes of those who have traditionally indulged in denuding this country of its countless riches and enormous potential. They are professionals who all have earned a name for their capabilities and capacities to deliver.

Mr Fulton erroneously calls Imran’s idealism as ‘naivety’. This is the approach that has worked and delivered for him in the most trying of circumstances. And why should it not deliver now? Just because his battle is now in the realm of politics, where Imran is confronted with a pack of vultures and opportunists who see him as a potent threat to their fiefdom? Should he change course just to get into power and end up doing nothing — like all the political entities have done before him? What then would be the difference between him and the corrupt lot that he opposes so vehemently and correctly? If Mr Fulton looks at his appraisal once more to understand the deepset malaise that afflicts Pakistan, he too would come to the conclusion that if one is to bring genuine change here compromise with criminals and marauders is not the way.

At this critical juncture of its history, Pakistan needs an honest and incorruptible leader who would be able to lead by example. A corrupt leader would lead only by way of corruption. We have a string of them here — leaders with billions stashed away paying a miserly Rs5,000 as annual income tax, or nothing at all. Pakistan is reeling under the debris of such corruption bequeathed upon it by an endless stream of inept rulers. Do we want to continue heaping humiliation upon the country and its people?

Because of the lack of credibility of successive leaderships that have ruled Pakistan, it has lost face internationally. Its word is not trusted and its intentions doubted. To correct that, Pakistan must have a leadership that would spell confidence among the international community and promote the self-respect of the poor people of the country.

It is with his credibility that he would be able to gel this nation into a powerful tool to fight and defeat the forces of obscurantism. He is a person who believes in moving forward and has no skeletons in the cupboard to draw him back. His growing popularity has cast a spell of doom on all his opponents who are lined up outside his door seeking an alliance or a ‘deal’. Imran says no not because he is proud, or naïve, but because he has taken upon himself a challenge that would be insurmountable if he were to follow a policy of compromise. He is the harbinger of change that the people of this country have waited for.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 30th,  2011.

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Reader Comments (63)

  • AKA
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:27PM

    Well done Mr Raoof Hasan. About time someone but forth the facts clearly without the chaff!


  • Pakistani
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:29PM

    This needed to be said. Thankyou!


  • Effendi
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:31PM

    Dream on.

    Imran Khan is the FUTURE of Pakistan and will always continue to be the Future of PAKISTAN.


  • Ali
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:34PM

    Thank you Mr. Raoof for this brillant write-up…you obviously are biased but there is complete truth in your views. We want change and of course the face of change will be of unknown people. Jeay PTI, Pakistan Zindabad!


  • Ali Tanoli
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:38PM

    Very well said it Mr Hasan wonderfull man and i will say go imran go and dont stop on any singnal i love u imran khan and about west they get diggestion problem when ever
    some one like Bhutto and imran khan come and if khan can win cup in 1992 if he can
    one of the best cancer hospital in asia if he can build a university in Mianwalli (realy Jutt
    peoples area) i think he can solved the problems of country give him chance.


  • Shah Zalmay Khan
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:41PM

    Great Write Up. Its true that IK’s men are not the KNOWN one in Politics. But He does have a great team of sincere and hard-working individuals. His team includes specialists in positions related to different fields; from Strategic & Defence affairs to Information affairs and from Humanitarian Affairs to Education affairs and so on.
    There is no such precedence in any political party of Pakistan, not even in the ruling ones.
    Even then the ruling (& allied) Political Parties (read Political Mafias) call PTI a “One-Man Show”. It would be a pity if Pakistani nation prefers such PLUNDERERS over Imran Khan & PTI (pity for the nation, not for IK because it is the nation that will suffer at the end).


  • faraz
    Sep 29, 2011 - 9:47PM

    The bright faces that adorn PTI previously worked with other parties: Shirin Mazari with Musharraf regime, Arif Alvi with JI, and you with PML-N until few months ago.


  • Sep 29, 2011 - 9:52PM

    Awesome! For the first time etribune has allowed someone from PTI tier to defend themselves. Fair now!


  • Sep 29, 2011 - 10:06PM

    Pakistan needs Caliphate. And you can always guess who will be the Khalifa….


  • Zain
    Sep 29, 2011 - 10:19PM

    insert a typical liberal fascist comment here.

    Imran, you may not be perfect.. but neither are we.


  • Sep 29, 2011 - 10:22PM

    Imran khan is real leader.
    We love imran khan and want to see him the next P.M of Pakistan.


  • Ali Quaid
    Sep 29, 2011 - 10:30PM

    True that.


  • Khan
    Sep 29, 2011 - 10:42PM

    What is his policy regarding our govt curriculum if any .. Is he going to revamp it and make one curriculum in all educational institutes?
    Does he has any policy regarding repatriating million of refugees living in Pakistan from decades?
    Does he has any policy for making more provinces in Balochistan and Punjab?
    one has almost half of our land with limited resources and other one is over populated and holds all the resources and policy making.
    Is he going to bring FATA in mainstream Pakistan?
    What is his policy regarding terrorism dialogues can’t be always the solution as seen from Musharraf’s policy who tried initially to solve the problem via dialogues already but failed to bring any change.
    What is he going to do with those who are interfering in affairs of other countries and won’t listen to any one nor will abide by Pakistan laws.


  • Sep 29, 2011 - 10:49PM

    Let’s see


  • Xam Xaffa
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:09PM

    Nice. Though You Should Have Listed His Social/Political Achievements As Well. Such As For The Flood/Earthquake Victims, Etc.


    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:13PM

    well done, a realistic reply. at least we have a dream. realization always follows the dream


  • Sep 29, 2011 - 11:17PM

    This is all very well and good, the same talking points as we always here.

    But in the spirit of leadership and setting an example, why doesn’t Imran Khan make public all his financial accounts, tax receipts, domestic and foreign assets, just to set an example ofcourse. By the way, is there anywhere I can go to see the accounts of all the money that was fundraised during the floods? And how is PTI financed btw? I mean, sure you could ask how any of the other political parties are financed, but PTI is all about new politics, transparency and accountability no?

    And these statements about politicians, Zardari and Co capitulating before the US is getting rather stale. Everyone beneath the sun, unless IK lives under a rock knows that it is the Army that deals with everything consequential with the US. It was a military COAS that aligned Pakistan with the US, and when ever anything of concrete happens its General Kayani or Gen Pasha who are meeting top US officials, so please atleast call a square a square, yes there is alot of political mileage in dissing Zardari, buts its just untrue to keep blaming him.

    Talking off corrupt and tax dodging, NRO pardoned politicians, who was one of the instrumental figures in negotiating the NRO? Our very own COAS General Kayani, any comment? Why is Imran Khan silent on military related corruption? Land grabs, tax dodging, taking over agricultural land in rural areas, NLC scam etc etc?

    I do hope I am proven wrong and Imran Khan is the messiah you obviously believe he is. But in the mean time, the talking points and rhetoric are hardly new politics, just old politics 2.0.


  • ArifQ
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:37PM

    One thing is for sure, IK has struck a special cord with the internet surfing Pakistanis but can we say the same for the remaining 80% and more masses who have little or no chance of being able to read this article. Answer lies in the voting pattern and seats won by the traditional parties or should I say established families. I would wish Imran Khan luck but his inability to condemn the marauding Taliban and their suicidal attacks is reprehensible. Still waiting for the real Imran Khan to stand up.


  • No BS
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:39PM

    Why does anyone need to defend Imran khan? He the only leader playing on a front foot


  • Realist.
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:42PM

    POLITICS is NOT Cricket!
    Learn this basic thing first.


  • Falcon
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:45PM

    I am not a PTI member. However, based on my understanding, following is the position PTI has taken on this.
    1. Yes. PTI is strong advocate for consolidation & unification of education curriculum and allocating much higher proportion of GDP to education via ‘education emergency’ initiative (FYI…we are currently among the lowest 5 spenders on education worldwide)
    2. Don’t know about their policy on repatriation of refugees living in Pakistan. However, it does seem that unless there is peace in Afghanistan, this is not achievable in the short-term.
    3. As per the issue of creation of provinces, I think we might be able to do it in Punjab but not in Baluchistan because of the sensitivity of the issue. However, the issue is more political than administrative. If the devolution of responsibilities to provinces is followed to the spirit and additional resources are provided to provinces for infrastructure development (as PTI intends to because of taxation reforms), this will not remain that big of an issue.
    4. As per integration of FATA, it doesn’t seem achievable in the short-term. However, it seems that PTI has earned enough credibility in that region that they will be politically well positioned to pursue this in the medium to long term (which they should).
    5. As per terrorism, PTI seems to have a policy comprised of 2 phases: In the first phase, dialogue rather than guns should be used to win back the masses that sympathize with terrorists. In the second phase, isolate the true terrorists using local resources won in phase 1 and convict those.
    6. PTI believes that once morally incorruptible govt. is in place, the establishment influence domestically and internationally will subside because of clear non-militant based stance on foreign policy and harmony with all neighbors. Essentially in their view, overactive establishment is an outcome of power vacuum created because of corrupt civilian officials.


  • Irfan
    Sep 29, 2011 - 11:50PM

    You can look for their financial statements (almost chapter by chapter I believe) on their website.


  • khan
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:04AM

    When Imran Khan criticises the killings of the thousands of innocent Pakistanis at the hands of the militants as vociferously as he fulminates against the drone attacks, I’ll start take him seriously.


  • MD
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:12AM

    A corrupt politician with requisite brains and a shrewd mind, is far more preferable than a stupid politician with no brains, propagating an idiotic agenda that borders insanity. Such a politician can sound death knell to the country he/she represents..Misguided and handicapped by the lack of knowledge about economy and geo-politics, Imran Khan will be the last nail in the coffin of Pakistan.
    Those who are ever eager to support him are badly mistaken. If he ever becomes a true ruler of Pakistan (I mean a real ruler, that I don’t think ever gonna happen as Khakis would never let him be so, at best he would be their shield as long as he remains useful) then, he will be the last one to preside over a country that ever existed donning the name Pakistan.
    Although, I know that he and his party would not get more than four or five seats in the coming assembly elections, I would like to tell Pak friends that, voting for Imran Khan would be equivalent of burning one’s own house.
    Enlightened Pakistanis already know what I just said.


  • Anum
    Sep 30, 2011 - 1:12AM

    If only educated people could vote and if there was no forceful voting or what we call ‘dhandli’, I dont have an inkling of a doubt that PTI will win the elections! But sadly that is not the case.
    Still fingers crossed.


  • Ahsan Jahangir
    Sep 30, 2011 - 2:27AM

    Imran Khan is the leader we need. People Plz vote for PTI, Pakistan needs you and you can prove to be a good Pakistani through your vote. PLz vote for PTI!


  • Falcon
    Sep 30, 2011 - 3:16AM


    So I guess the point you are trying to make is that dismal GDP growth rate of 2.4% (vs. our need of 8%), gdp per capita increase of only 0.7% (vs. India’s 7%+), 40% of population below poverty line, inflation of 17%, hitting 40 year low in domestic investment, and FDI decline of 29% – certainly work of your ‘shrewd politicians with requisite brains’

    And as far as geopolitics goes, drooling over China & Saudi for economic aid is certainly hallmark of good geopolitics where one will give you a proxy war in few years from now and other persistently inject radicalism at the expense of aid?

    I guess we can’t afford to be ‘enlightened’ anymore!


  • Kulsoom
    Sep 30, 2011 - 6:11AM

    “A corrupt politician with requisite brains and a shrewd mind, is far more preferable than a stupid politician with no brains, propagating an idiotic agenda that borders insanity.”

    Please tell me one corrupt Pakistani politician with brains? Our politicians are all stupid, with no brains, propogating idiotic agendas that have CROSSED the borders of insanity, and on top of that are the most corrupt criminals, and you want to continue to support them?

    Khan is the only one we have right now.


  • Shah
    Sep 30, 2011 - 6:56AM

    @ MD

    So is Zardari very shrewd? Nawaz sharif brainy ? what about Altaf Hussain? Very intellectual right? And what say about AsfandYar or Maulana Fazl ? Yousaf Raza Gillani?He must be the wisest of them all. The truth is pakistani political class is the dumbest as far as statesmanship is concerned. I would rate Imran way above this lot. So you dont need to worry about Pakistan.

    Rest assured It cant get any worse than this.


  • Abu Hashim
    Sep 30, 2011 - 8:55AM

    All political leaders should steer clear of defence establishment including Imran for currying favors full stop.


  • Engr.Mohsin Raza
    Sep 30, 2011 - 9:52AM

    @ArifQ: You have mentioned that 80% of Pakistanis will not vote for Imran. Well! What do you say about PEW survey that showed 68% people favoured him as their leader? Do you believe that the PEW’s sample consists only of the web-worms? Give me a citation to your “80%” non voters folk! period!Recommend

  • M.Akthar
    Sep 30, 2011 - 10:58AM

    I fully agree with you sir. I wish to add further that Imran Khan has very good clarity on the so called war on terror. He`s very supportive of the Right Wing Political Groups as well as the so called terror groups & infact he indirectly supports them, & never ever once condemn their acts.

    This is because, he believes that these groups are correct and strongly believes that this war has been thrust upon them and only with talks and negotiations situation will improve. He goes by the same popular belief of the masses who are firmly with these groups. Inshallah, one day they`ll win pakistan over.


  • Shariq
    Sep 30, 2011 - 11:32AM

    This was a fail attempt to counter Fulton’s article. The same old rhetoric that Imran Khan is untainted, free from corruption and having proved leadership in the form of a World Cup win and Shaukat Khanam. Till when will we have to listen to this and being told to make our decision on this basis? I have immense respect for Imran Khan as a cricketer and as a social activist but sadly none of them adds any credibility to the notion that he will also be a great president or a prime minister. Has Imran Khan ever been a Minister? First become one, prove yourself that you can serve the public in a political setting and then ask me for my vote. I will not vote for a man on the basis of a cricket world cup and a cancer hospital. I’m sorry! Recommend

  • Muneeb Imran
    Sep 30, 2011 - 11:56AM

    Well Done…Well put together


  • not impressed
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:25PM

    I will never forget Imran Khan and his “I won the world cup” talk – Recommend

  • Azam Khan
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:27PM

    I am all for Imran Khan and agree that he is far better. There is only one thing that continues to disturb me about Imran’s politics: he believes that the Taliban and other Islamic extremist groups would leave us alone once we withdraw from America’s War on Terror. Not likely. These people have become far too radicalised and are determined to force down their brand of Islam down other peoples’ throat.Recommend

  • Gappoo
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:29PM

    I really pray and hope Imran sweeps the next elections inshaAllah …


  • Ahsan Mansoor
    Sep 30, 2011 - 12:33PM

    Reminds me of what George said in his article:

    “It’s a party of yes-men, doing the bidding of their chairman.”


  • Irshad Khan
    Sep 30, 2011 - 1:16PM

    To run a government, a team of experts and dedicated workers, properly educated and experienced is needed. This team is not made after winning the elections but well before, rather on permanent basis. In UK the parties, who are not in the government, have a shadow cabinet and when in power the same people become Ministers and run the government on the basis of their experience gained when they were in opposition and minutely analysing policies of the government in his particular field. Whether any body can name members of the team of IK who will run at least 20 fields including Law, Interior, Foreign affairs, Finance, Defence, Industries, Petroleum and Gas, Electricity, Water, Foreign trade, Ports and shipping, Communications etc etc. No, there is no team and neither he can make one due to his nature but he, either single- handedly will look after every thing Recommend

  • Arifq
    Sep 30, 2011 - 1:28PM

    @Engr.Mohsin Raza:
    Pew “sample” based research and then you have electoral results Hmmmm! Politics is about winning votes and that my dear Imran Khan loving people have yet to grasp. If we were to believe these polls then Barack Obama should have never won the Democratic primaries, BJP in India should still be in power, it’s good for television news anchors to build their theories other than that, a small sample, period!


  • Hassan
    Sep 30, 2011 - 1:53PM

    @ Ahsan Mansoor, so presenting PTI’s point of view is tantamount to being a yes man and to criticise PTI is free speech, the hypocrisy is as plain as day!!!!!


  • MAD
    Sep 30, 2011 - 2:39PM

    @Ahsan Mansoor:

    Name me one party where the members are not yes men??????


  • meekal ahmed
    Sep 30, 2011 - 2:55PM

    who are the “professionals”?

    Who are his economic advisors?


  • Darymple
    Sep 30, 2011 - 3:05PM

    Uncritical acceptance leads to failure.


  • Cautious
    Sep 30, 2011 - 4:26PM

    A popular sports personality can raise money and do many good things (hospitals, schools etc) but that doesn’t mean they have any of the skill base to lead a country.Recommend

  • Shahryar Ahmed
    Sep 30, 2011 - 4:52PM

    My God!!! We are really doomed after reading all these comments. We are so confused it really sad!!!!!

    IK would have been better if he would have not come into politics, unfortunately, he contradicts himself.

    1 small example, at the time of his wedding to Ms. Goldsmith, he made a statement for Jang news that she has or will convert to Islam and change her name to Haiqqa. Now, did that happen? I have nothing against him marrying her or even she not converting to Islam, it’s their decision & life, but what I am trying to say is that why was there a need to come out & give that statement when it was not the case. It shows, he was if not lying but playing to the galleries.

    The same way when he condemns drone strikes & does drana’s & all, but fails to condemn when these animals kill innocent people in our cities & towns. And most of the times he tries to justify their actions but that same ol’ story of how can you expect them not to retaliate when you bomb them. What is that?

    Anyways!!!!! Unless he clearly comes out & condemns these animals, for one he is not getting my vote or sympathy!!!!Recommend

  • Ghaznavi
    Sep 30, 2011 - 5:23PM

    @ Irshad

    We have seen the PMLN team, and PPP team and their respective performance. Now its time to try a new team.

    A bunch of lions led by a dog will always loose to a bunch of dogs led by a lion


  • sabwoon
    Sep 30, 2011 - 5:29PM

    simply great! vote for Khan!


  • Sep 30, 2011 - 5:50PM

    Playing cricket and running a country are two very different stuff, and not a person as immature to talk one thing in the morning and say completely opposite in the evening, can lead a country. Unless being supported by the deep state and the writer too.


  • Aamer Khawaja
    Sep 30, 2011 - 8:37PM

    So according to IK we are all dogs?


  • MA Khan
    Sep 30, 2011 - 9:53PM

    Mr Roof Hassan, your writing is sublime and founded subtle points about Mr.Khan.
    This is aptly response to George Fulton’s article. Absolutely Mr.Khan is a Naive. God bless him and keep him as he is! ameen. Inshallah he will be the harbinger of change.


  • antanu
    Sep 30, 2011 - 10:44PM

    obviously u dont want to see a positive change in pakistan.


  • Falcon
    Sep 30, 2011 - 10:59PM

    @Aamer Khawaja: I think that is just an English expression. It originates from an Arab proverb and also Alexander’s quote where dogs / lambs / sheep / donkeys are the words used interchangeably (see quote at the end)…and all of this is metaphorical and that is what most likely Ghaznavi meant…: “I do not fear an army of lions, if they are led by a lamb. I do fear an army of sheep, if they are led by a lion.”



  • iLoVeKaRaChI
    Oct 1, 2011 - 12:18AM

    Imran Khan is like the Jesse Jackson of America. He has a decent amount of following, but not enough to even win a single provincial seat, let alone a national assembly seat. As a neutral observer of Pakistan’s politics, I would strongly advise Mr. Khan to keep his distance from radical Islamists, and tone down his rhetoric against power players in Pakistan such as the army, ISI, and learn how to play his cards. Also, his feud with the MQM did not do much for his projected rise to power, as the MQM is Pakistan’s “Kingmaker” political party, and without their support, he doesn’t stand a chance. Instead, he needs to be more nationalistic by speaking in favor of the army, the ISI, and denounce Islamic radicalism. In addition, Mr. Khan is making a terrible mistake by being so anti-American, as the ruling Establishment will never tolerate anyone at the helm of affairs who is so openly against the United States. Mr. Khan has potential, but it will take a very long time for him to establish himself is a viable candidate. I am not against Mr. Khan, as I am sure he is a patriotic Pakistani. Even more, I am not a supporter of the MQM, however, if I was to offer Mr. Khan some advice, I would tell him to follow the model of the MQM, as they are impressively organized, and they really know how to play their cards perfectly.


  • iLoVeKaRaChI
    Oct 1, 2011 - 12:20AM

    I strongly doubt it !


  • Afghan Khan
    Oct 1, 2011 - 2:31AM

    Pakistan needs Imran for many reasons; 1) Pakistan will have an actual man represent Pakistan in international forums, 2) He is honest and will set a good administrative and monitoring setup against corruption and maladminstration 3) He will make the youth more mobile and active by pursuing careers outside the traditional ones, 4) he will bring massive business to Pakistan, I firmly believe he will make Pakistan an economic powerhouse of SAARC and will do a much better job than Turkey if given the time.


  • Shehryar Khalid Rao
    Oct 1, 2011 - 4:08AM

    The only problem is that Imran’s following consists of Internet warriors and drawing room intellectuals who don’t have the stomach to brave he hassles of voting. How many people who have commented positively on this article registered as vOters? And that is where Pakistan’s problems begin. People are too complacent about changing their own fate. Come next elections, the nation will sit at home and suffer the consequences of their non-choice once again – and they would deserve it. Shame on the whole lot of you – you deserve this pathetic existence!


  • Wasim Zaidi
    Oct 1, 2011 - 4:15AM

    Gimme a ballpark figure? like another 15 years .. In Pakistan historically parties were made and they rose big immediately, the successful ones. Others just remained on piece of paper, I imagine PTI would become like NSF, JSQM, commy party while its few supporters will find their way out to other platforms PPP, PMLs, MQM etc. I am actually perplexed! PTI hasn’t won didly squat and they talk so big. Agar Khuda-na-Khawasta aik do seats jeet lee hotee tu kiya hota? Anyone?


  • wsd
    Oct 1, 2011 - 4:39AM

    @meekal ahmed:

    It is Mr. Naeeum Ul Haq. You can see the details of rest of the PTI experts in specific areas at the link below.


  • Farheen Rizvi
    Oct 1, 2011 - 6:08AM

    People here are saying “Imran Khan and his team”. Give me a break! Where did you see his team? He is running a one man show, he has failed to recruit a proper leadership under his umbrella. Laskt week some looers of other party joined him, which means he will come up with the same loosers if he ever make up to the parliament. What word do they use in Pakistani politics about those people? Lota.! he is gathering all lotas on his platform.
    Another question mark on his credibility ! He refused to protest against the killing in Parachinar, he was among the banned outfit in karachi when he was doing sit in against NATO.
    What are you looking in this guy?


  • Mohammedi
    Oct 1, 2011 - 4:46PM

    The nation can no longer afford to vote for those who have been tested and proven grossly incompetent,corrupt and unfit for governance.Only for this reason IK be given a chance.He seems to have patriotic zeal and hopefully would lead the country for better future and relieve the people from abject poverty, injustice and corruption


  • Mastuj
    Oct 2, 2011 - 12:02AM

    I am with you all the way IK!!


  • Ghaznavi
    Oct 10, 2011 - 5:43PM

    @ aamer khwaja

    Yes we are, until we prove otherwise in the coming election


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