If someone asks me which is the most difficult business, I will unhesitatingly say politics, yes, it can be argued whether politics is a business or not. If politics requires selfless service to the country and the nation, insisting on the truth, giving ease to the people, then this is not a scam, it is a prophetic responsibility, but on the other hand, it is earned in the scam, and the impression is that politicians earn through it and Earn lots. When I see people doing politics, most of them do not earn in it but lose, even time, money and respect. I have seen politicians in rural areas selling even their ancestral lands just for the sake of tourism, especially when elections come. MPA becomes one but there are also many who waste crores of rupees just for the sake of being called Member of Assembly. They have courage who contest elections again and again and lose again and again.
If the business of politics is compared with other businesses, what bothers me the most is being a politician. People show respect on their face, including Mian Sahib, Khan Sahib and Chaudhry Sahib, what they say in private, but behind their back they do something that no one can bear. Check it out on social media. How easy it is to abuse politicians including calling them thieves. The one who is not satisfied with giving bread and curry to the family is also an intellectual and a revolutionary on social media. You can call the Prime Minister of the country a thief, but show the SH of your area as a thief, yes, judges, generals, bureaucrats, lawyers, journalists and maulanas are fine, they don’t care about public perception. no. Who should they vote for? He can sit in his Land Cruiser whenever he wants and shake hands with the poor people in a very arrogant way like a well-known Maulvi Sahib and can throw glass at them, but can any politician do that. Once such a video comes, Bachara will continue to give explanations that he respects the people more than his own father, hey, giving good greetings at weddings is a different problem and a famous voter, supporter’s uncle, uncle. Even if he dies, he has to go to read the funeral, if the funeral is missed, there is no discussion without giving Pursa, then out of this, time has to be taken for family and business.
You are a judge so no one can speak loudly in front of you, you hear the voices of my lord my lord even if you are killing justice there can be no protest against you. If you are a bureaucrat, you can have closed room chats in the name of meeting and also with women. When the office hours are over, you can go golfing and put on long suits at a club and bemoan the state of the country, all of which you are responsible for. Similarly, whether you are a journalist or a lawyer, why would you listen to anyone’s words, but for a politician, it is important to listen to good and bad things, to make legitimate and illegitimate recommendations. I remembered a conversation I had with Mian Mohammad Munir, a famous and popular MNA of the past of Achhra Lahore. One night at ten o’clock I asked him on the phone that I have to meet you tomorrow, when can it be? I listen to people’s problems and call because after that I have to go to my work, I will come in the morning. Politicians have to listen to everyone because if they don’t, they will lose popularity. Even today’s clerics do not do this, the same cleric mentioned above, when I went to meet him, he was lying on his bed, with his eyes closed, yes, he was doing it. On the contrary, by going with me, he disrespected one of his fans, although his father was a well-known business man and a follower and admirer of Maulvi Sahib. Leave them all, I did the politics of journalists. When I was contesting the elections, I was approached by the famous Zaman Pahari group of professions in my city, which belonged to my journalistic political group. He asked me that if there is a case against them, I will be able to redeem them, so my answer was that if they are innocent, I will raise my voice everywhere, but if someone has committed a crime or abuse and reaches the police station, then there is an answer from my side. , This answer made him angry but the climax came when he asked that if he was in Murree and needed alcohol there, I could take him there. Never even tasted it, you talk about Murree, you can tell me here at Lahore Press Club, even there. On this he announced that I should not expect any vote from the Pahari group belonging to the two groups. He said that they have about four hundred ready votes. It is true that politics is a very difficult job, in it one has to lick the shoes of those above one and also one has to keep one’s feet. A politician is an all-rounder, he should be hard-working, bold, tongue-in-cheek and opportunistic.
I thought about the difficulty of the business of politics when elections are going to be held once again. Now the pain of the country and nation will wake up in the bodies of many people, but now politics has become a game beyond millionaires. I do not deny that there will be many who have the ability to withdraw fifty, sixty crores, one, one and a half billion, but anyway there are many who invest their earnings, so it is the rule of thumb that big If there is a risk, there is also a big profit. Someone said that if you want to enjoy life, become a billionaire, but don’t become famous.