Abbu ki beti is a given fact and people should be allowed to see her as such. But why does she need to waste her energies on establishing something that is already established and she is enjoying the privileges associated with it?? She needs to broaden her base and appeal. She needs to develop a character of real resistance, taking GHQ head-on with a medium-term strategy as she is up against a medium to a long term plan. In my assessment, GHQ is working on 10 years plan thru this arrangement. And it has all the control and means to implement it. Her little tactics here and there are not offering any real challenge except for gaining some little respite here and there which GHQ does not mind. In 10 year time, a lot will change and she needs to be prepared for eventualities and oppos along the way. We have a culture of accusations and counter-accusations where nothing gets proved decisively. This is not going to change in the foreseeable future. Her current political capital and mantra of Abbu victimization are only effective with her current partisan lot — a very limited base. Just today a while ago, a lethal rejoinder of counter-accusation from the judge. On the other hand, GHQ sympathizers/barkers as you pointed out, are more effective in portraying her and her family as corrupt, confused, power hungry and always after a deal. In fact, I have never seen PMLn winning a war of trends on social media.
Couldn’t agree more with each and every word of your post Darvaish Sb except that timing of broadening her canvas, at this moment in time, this is the only task at hand, she can`t go out and start giving her broader agenda, talk about what she is capable of doing till her father is behind bars.
She is doing pretty well by making an effort to limit her confrontation with categoric words that she does not want to pick a fight with any department or institution. I believe that message is important for lower ranks of Mehkma Zaraat, although policy at top is punish them and next few weeks will be important that how they play their cards to convince or even force a change of course in Aabpara.