The sit-in has been demonstrated in a place (Islamabad) where the nationals are unaware how to fulfill their respective duties irrespective of formulating the political norms. This nation unfortunately is motivated by the extremely selfish leaders who ignore thinking before speaking. 27 days have passed since Imran khan, the chairperson of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf has been out in Islamabad for bringing true independence in Pakistan. Up till the date, he remains failed to topple the targeted PMLN government. Actually, he made some indigestible mistakes which pushed him into blind alley.
Firstly, Imran khan before launching the campaign avowed to topple the Nawaz government that he alleged to have been elected with fake mandate. This was the declared agenda PTI determined to accomplish under his leadership. In fact, the massive mob Imran Khan was supposed to collect at the door of the state was an instrument to ensure success. Such a mob could not be hoarded. He actually was misled prior to the Long-march set on towards the Capital and was told that approximately 1 million heads would join the Khan's call.
This claim was proved shallow and bottomless. The people not more than 20,000 thousands could be motivated to join the march. Thus, the little crowd has made him vulnerable to accomplish what he desired to find easy way to the government avenues.
Besides, he was abortive to capture a few government edifices which could give him bargaining position. Furthermore, the harangues, he reiterates are the main cause behind wrecking his credence among his own cohorts. Therefore, the people who desired him as a robust addition in the polity of Pakistan have termed him the wastage of time and resources. Thus, the like-minded partisans left him alone in the battlefield.
Secondly, he in his speeches harped on standpoint that Nawaz ! Mend your attitude otherwise, the figure of umpire would move up and understand what negative outcome this finger may bring. In this context, he absolutely means the interference of Pakistan Army. Consequently, he suffered loss in two ways: (a) This inflicts harm to his prestige as political layperson and ante-democracy agent. (b) He is the man who slandered the Pakistan armed forces worldwide as self-seeking hurdle in the way the democratic institutions may develop.
Finally, he is wasting time and national resources. According to a source, the loss of 547 billions has been put on national economy during this saga of long-marches. He has also failed to prove the rigging allegations. If he announces the abandonment of sit-in and tries to re-conciliate and follows the progressive ways, he can restore his destroyed image. He has also to bear brunt of the current dead-end and to revive his polity gain. Nonetheless, he has to keep in mind the collective advantage of the nation.