@ZSD and MuazzamAli
Societies are built on social justice and equality for everyone. Where can you see social justice and equality in Pakistani society? Corruption is now a culture of Pakistani society. You have correctly pointed out education is key to overcome lots of problems and build a strong society. But what education system do we give to kids. There are probably over 10-tier education systems with 30 different syllabuses throughout Pakistan and with air-conditioned Grammar schools to local village school without desks.
It is very long discussion to analyse what is wrong and what is not in Pak society. My point in question was on current assembly members who have failed to deliver to their constituents. What I did not like contributors (however, you have total freedom of speech to start any thread of your choice and I respect it) assessing sea-by-seat analysis of these corrupt and incompetent assembly members/candidates who have not delivered anything to their constituents.
My point was also why not Pak voters can elect a common middle man/woman (which mostly happens in western democracies where most or all of Left members come from middle class. e.g. Barack Obama) who could look after voter's interests instead of electing dynastic politicians who have not delivered anything in the last 60 years. Why not elect a local grocery store owner for assembly seat? Why not elect a local farmer or school teacher or a nurse. Can these common people ever become member of a Pakistani assembly? Why only rich, powerful and dynastic politicians win assembly seat?