Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) emerged with the involvement of ordinary people in 1968-69 and resultantly politics experienced a shift from palaces to common roads. Low profile candidates appeared in elections and with man power, brought down political giants. Peasants, laborers, cultivators and downtrodden have collectively shown that power of masses can demolish pride of wealthy, majesty and arrogance of feudalists, capitalists and gangsters.
History relapsed and capitalists and feudalists gripped the politics with least concern on common people. Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is a reflection of Mr. Asif Ali Zardari’s ideological underpinnings. No other representative party has concerns for masses. Usually the merit for elected personnel is based on wealth, influence and unjustly means. Farmers, cultivators, laborers and lay people have no stay in politics.
History repeats itself and the masses have viewed such incidents when laborers, hawkers, peasants and cultivators reached in the parliament and looked at the foolish deeds of feudalists, gangsters and property dealers for the last forty decades.
Imran Khan, a Prime Minister of Pakistan, has bridged the gap between state and masses based on ideological underpinnings Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI). However the fact remains that Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) are overthrown for succession of Mr. Imran Khan, with manipulative actions.
Pakistan People’s Party(PPP) emerged against conspiracies and manipulative government in 1967 and raised voice for common people. Masses are still facing the situation of 1967, political forces are helpless due to the dictatorship, they have failed to ensure greater good for people and there is absence of management.
Political and state aristocracy have been exposed with their conspiracies unfolded before the masses. People have realized that all have the same intentions with no sincerity about the well-being of masses and country.
History is going to change and poverty stricken, downtrodden people have decided to take a leap forward. Disabled communities from all over Pakistan have decided to establish their own political party, i.e Masawat Party(MP). In compliance with this political process, persons with disabilities are coming forward in the establishment of party, doing memberships and structuring bodies of party. Many units of Masawat Party(MP) have established in four provinces of Pakistan, with addition of Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan in a few days.
The Women wing of Masawat Party is fully operational as of now. Miss Zarghoona Wadood, from Quetta, is making party units rapidly from all over the country. Likewise Nouman Ilyas, Sumaira Rafique from Punjab, Afshan Afridi and Shahid Khan and Dr. Hussain from Khyber PakhtunKhwa, Mehwish Syed and Murtaza Ali are doing the same task. Same process is going on not only at provincial but also at the district and division level.
Astonishingly, they all are participating in the establishment of the party either sitting on a wheelchair or using crutches. People with disabilities are doing their task with full devotion, determination, interest and hard work which has resulted in achieving current progress.
The passion behind the formation of this party is that we should not be cheated repeatedly and should have our own platform. Once we have decided to step ahead, we will get our destination. Masawat Party (MP) is taking initiative as a representative platform for all disabled communities, deprived and poverty stricken people. Undoubtedly, this is an exemplary initiative in the history of the whole world.
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