Posted on August 14, 2010
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20 responses to “Azadi: It Is a Responsibility, Not a Privilege”

  1. Naheed says:

    Beautiful thoughts. Thank you for writing this.

  2. ali hamdani says:

    Very well said, we must protect our freedom from the menace of terrorism and the Taliban. They continuously try to threat our freedom by terrorizing us and citizens condemn such acts.

  3. Azheruddin says:

    Beautiful. This is the spirit of a true Pakistani

  4. Lubna says:

    “Our azadi may not be perfect, but it is a gift we must cherish nonetheless. And it is part of that responsibility to make the quality of that azadi better for each successive generation.”

    Sir, you really have a beautiful writing style and a way of saying what all of us are thinking.

    Pakistan zindabad.

  5. Watan Aziz says:

    “Qawali” will not improve the image of Pakistan.

    And “dua” will not change the destiny of Pakistan.

    And “tamana” will not lift the boat of Pakistanis.

    And “tarana” will not deliver “haq” and “adl” to the people of Pakistan.

    What will change is when the shared resources are delivered with the wrappings of rule of law.

    Today, more than any other day, Pakistan needs to expand it’s lower courts by adding 10,000 new judges.

    Today, more than any other day, Jagan Nath Azad’s anthem:

    Daulat hai apne mulk key bay’hudd-o-bay’hisaab
    Hon’gay hum aapp mulk key daulat say faiz’yaab

    (The country’s wealth unlimited and boundless
    We will all be blessed by the wealth)

    And if Pakistan has to be known by any other name, many it be known as the land of Equity and Justice.