Khan Sahab first of all, I am obliged to applaud you and your party on getting a significant edge over other political parties when elections are at the doorstep. Your party looks as if it is ready to demonstrate apparent results as dissimilar to your performance in 2013 elections. And surely you are ready to give a robust time to your experienced opponents particularly N League in Punjab. Without an uncertainty, for it, you and your ideological party fellows have come a long way from when your party was mocked as a horse cart. But you didn’t pay any sort of attention to your critics and kept burning the candle at both ends with the aim of getting a prominent space in the thorny game of politics. You must be given a credit for stimulating a sense of political awareness which is now quiet spot on social media in the form desperate tigers. Your all sort of efforts which politically mobilized youth, who were totally ignorant of the sphere of political affairs of the country, must be prized with standing ovation. Before 2011, for the most part, many young lads including were far-flung from governmental affairs. For them, politics seemed a job of old and bored chaps. Few faces of limited parties were successfully manipulating masses for their personal interests. Since the inception of the country, long-established parties was having power over destitute and we were kept uninformed about our political rights and duties. You gave us hope and transformed us into thinking soul. Thus, you ought to have a credit for launching awareness in the youth and lead them to the garden of dreams.
Keeping all your constructive steps aside, unpredictably you have begun to demoralize your young cohorts which are anxious to see you lead the nation on the front. Since 2013, youngsters have been observing you being a typical traditional politician. You have been creating confusion in youngsters. You always used to talk about giving chance to all new faces then someone told you that we can’t win elections by giving tickets to unknown faces. So now your party is abounding with the most experienced players in politics. You confidently told us that you would like to be called a defeated person but never find the middle ground like other politicians come what may. You used to promote integrity, vision, hatred for corrupts. In your every speech, you strongly denounced all odd tactics of traditional politics of the country. A million times you advocated “Change” and we all young people began to see you as the last hero of dying ship. But unfortunately, you are not that Imran Khan who we perceived in 2011. You have begun to walk on the same rotten grounds where all our cynical politicians have already constructed their homes. You used to mock your opponents for having bad boys. But dramatically you went reverse to your words and surrounded yourself with all same sort of bad eggs. It will be alright if you had not said in your speech i.e. I will never ever allow any corrupt and ill-reputed person in PTI.
Yes, we can understand that it is the art of politics. One can adjust his principles or decision according to the need of hours. And you understood these secrets of success in last five years of 22 years of your political careers, Right? You taught us to say no to family politics, but we saw your endorsement for the son of your beloved and qualified ineligible friend. You taught us the attitude of no compromise on ethics and morality but we witnessed you with the most reliable politicians like Shaikh Rasheed and Aamir Liaquat. You taught us to give respect to parliament and democratic principles but you, yourself, came there only twenty times in five years. You educated us about firm decision and dedication but we came across your own lacking of home works regarding important political decisions. Withdrawal from the name of a caretaker CM in Punjab and KPK is glaring and latest precedent of it. You spoke about democracy within a party but we encountered indifferences within your own team members. You articulated us about positive attitude and mindset and we explored your hatred and verbal attacks on opponents.
Dear Khan Sahab, yes we acknowledge that you are not corrupt like other politicians but this is not the only parameter on the basis you think you will be bestowed with the principal seat of government. The leader must be the man of words and flag bearers of values. I know my words and perception about your last five periods are somehow infantile but Khan Sahab this is the 21st century and youngsters are more attentive and keen spectators. We believe in actions rather than lip-service and motivation speeches.
On the whole, Khan Sahab it is a requested you to eliminate our reservations and confusions roused from your U-turns. Defeat the statements of those who blame you being a puppet of someone else. Disprove those who think you are only keen to be called prime minister of Pakistan. We don’t care whether you win or lose in elections. We want to see you a man of letters and torch-bearer of truth. We prefer to see a wounded warrior in field of truth rather than a victor who conquered the castle by hook or by crook.