Islamabad (Daily Pakistan Online) Former member of Senate Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar has said that we have not learned any lesson in 75 years, it was decided on the very first day not to allow democracy in Pakistan.
Addressing the national dialogue held in Quetta under the title of Reimaging Pakistan, he said that how have we treated Pakistan and the framers of the constitution, the sister of the founder of Pakistan has also been declared a traitor, there is no way to keep Pakistanis away from Pakistan. The opportunity was not missed, the families of the missing persons continued to protest in Islamabad, but we do not have answers to their questions.
Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar said that human rights have been guaranteed from Article 8 to 28 in the constitution and the responsibility of its implementation has been given to the judiciary, but unfortunately the judiciary is also silent on this matter. Linguistic and regional divisions are high in Pakistan, if Sri Lanka-like situations arise here, it will be difficult to cope.