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Lightbulb Optimism of a ‘Burger’

The following piece came up after reading a highly optimistic post inside a famous newspaper, written by a musician. The artist has written a very optimistic item on Pakistan that I really appreciate. In such occasions of sorrow, grief and pessimism, we need some extremely optimistic views like these. We live inside a society exactly where each day poor things are happening, but we are still optimistic. It’s fantastic to have some people talking optimistically in such hard times.

But this optimism fails to address why every hour, ladies are abused in Pakistan. I would have felt glad if the writer had carried out some study on this concern prior to writing an optimistic piece. After year 2009, 248 cases of physical abuse were reported from Larkana, 71 from Sukkur and 19 from Hyderabad. Also, 11 instances of rape/gang-rape, 150 cases of mental torture of women, 179 instances of forced marriage/child marriage and 53 instances of illegal confinement of women were reported from places like Sukkur, Larkana and Hyderabad. These are just the reported instances. There would be much more even that don’t attract media’s attention.

Now coming to unemployment, over the past seven years right after 2003, the unemployment rate had been (7.40%), 2004 (7.70%) and so on till 2009, where it was 7.40%. It suddenly jumped to 15.20% after 2009. Does this figure serve as a sign of optimism anymore? There are so many graduates and masters unemployed, sitting at their homes. About 2.04 million youth, aged (19 to 25) is unemployed in Pakistan. The individuals above this age group aren't included within the statistics. Does it make somebody optimistic?

The item on optimism fails to address lengthy hours of load shedding within the nation, increased energy tariff, CNG shortage, a stagnant economy, sky-rocketing inflation, suicide bombings, attacks on religious locations, lack of social security, honor killings, child abuse, social frauds, fake recruitment agencies, religious and ethnic discriminations, meager judiciary, nepotism, extreme fanaticism and insensitive culture. The item does not even deal with when minorities in Pakistan are shown discrimination. The corporate world is even not free from discrimination, reference tradition and nepotism. About 23% of our population lives beneath poverty line. We have a public debt of more than $50 billion.

Ought to I mention the violence against two Sialkot brothers that took their lives? Can 1 be optimistic here? Forget concerning the match fixing. It happens in other countries too. There isn’t any internet in some areas of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, and individuals are using wireless due to PTCL strike. These are some common man problems. I forgot concerning the ban choice on Hindu mythology cartoons that by no means served optimism.

A burger celeb might not be in a position to go via the pain that ordinary citizens go via in Pakistan. There are some parts of the country, where even clean drinking water isn’t obtainable. He may not have to go through all these things being a celebrity. This level of optimism does not even support the fake degree issue. Does it?

The only factor that's optimistic this time is the guy Aisam Ul Haq and those who contributed a great deal during tough times. People who have some humanity left in their hearts for their fellow people can make us believe optimistically. I won’t say that we're a failed state, but would love to analyze issues quantitatively as nicely as qualitatively. Those who collected donations and helped the flood victims come in this. Let’s not lose hope; it is great to be optimistic but worst to be unrealistic and extremely idealistic. The glass seems half full to him though it is not even filled one fourth. It’s actually empty.

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