Brother Rasheed Thanks for responding on my behalf.I just opened up this page and do not have access to twitter to dig out the old tweets.(As I am in office).
I fully agree with you & your analysis.I remember the days esp when Benazir Butto and Sharif Brothers were in exile and PMLn Supported IK for raising voice against Mush.
IK came to UK to launch a so called case against Altaf.
The idea behind was to gain the sympathies of people.
We supported him in London not for PTI but for Pakistan as we thought some one was sincerely raising voice and taking steps to Launch A legal Battle against Altaf.But very soon we realised it was just to gain a political edge and we pulled back .
The real problem for Pakistan is the big Political vacuum for the second Political Party /Leader .This political vaccum which was left after the death of Benazir Butto.
In any democratic system in the world ,You have atleast 2 main stream political parties.One forms Govt after winning the election and the other plays a role of Opposition in the parliament after losing the election.
For a smooth running of a country ,It is essential that both Govt and Opposition party perform responsibly and opposition party to propose changes /improvements to correct the system.
Since we have PMLN as a main stream party and is currently in the govt after winning the last election.
The vaccum for the mainstream opposition party still exist .
pppp have not learnt the lesson and are not in a mood to change their politics to Performance Based Politics.
The future of the politics in Pakistan is Only Performance based Politics.If PPP realise that and improve its governance in Sindh,AJK and Gilgit,they can fill this vacuum even though the time is very short.
IF PTI realise it and instead of agitation and hollow slogans of change ,if they concentrate on the performance in KPK and by taking a responsible role of opposition in NA ,they can also fill this gap.
Otherwise PMLn is on the move and if they deliver their projects and improve the governance ,then I don't see any political party beating PMLN even in 2018.