Mobile head-of-the-state

YESTERDAY in a friends’ gathering one of my friend pointed the recent news item about the upcoming 2-day foreign tour of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Uzbekistan starting from today (Nov 17, 2015).
It seems that our beloved PM is one of the most busiest head of the state and more appropriately [NO OFFENSE] ‘mobile prime minister’ who never sit in his office for more than a couple of days in a row. Random Read1
YEAH, I browsed the internet and according to the Wikipedia our beloved PM had toured 23 countries in only 18 months (June 4, 2013 to Dec 2, 2014) while the list not included over a dozen official/private tours happened in current year (2015).
Recently someone (right only one) noticed that in his current third term in office, the PM always prefer to returned Pakistan via London without any reason which obviously not reason to share with public who already engulfed in the web full of issues from prolong power breakdowns, inflation and most importantly in the personal lives of politicians being broadcasting by “so called powerful media”.
There was time when London was playing a vital role in our domestic politics and it seems the time is just returned as the PM resumed the office third time with the help of agreements discussed in London while meetings were held in Dubai which is already termed by our politicians as their second home.
“Officials tours by a head of state are necessary but there should be some restrictions on numbers of foreign trips in one year. Isn’t it?” innocently asked one friend while gulping the last sip from his Café Latte.
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~ by jamilkhan on November 17, 2015.

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