Peshawar Jalsa: United For Pakistan

The right to protest may be a manifestation of the right to freedom of assembly, the right to freedom of association, and the right to freedom of speech. Protests and restrictions on protests have lasted as long as governments have.

Leaders define a nation. Their personalities have direct impacts on their nations. The peaceful protests showed what power a leader can carry, and how a nation responds to just one call. This is the beauty of the democratic systems where you have the freedom to express your views without fear. Peshawar Jalsa is another chain of peaceful protests, which is going to be held today.

The right to protest is vital to democracy so that people can express dissatisfaction with current situations and assert demands for social, political, and economic change. Should everyone protest? It is a manifestation of “the right to freedom of assembly, the right to freedom of association, and the right to freedom of speech.” Protests last as long as governments have lasted. Do they impact politics and policies, including the outcome of elections? Most of the time yes. According to the political scientist Daniel Q. Gillion in his book The Loud Minority: Why Protests Matter in American Democracy (2020), the protests help in change. Otherwise, the ones who are satisfied with the status quo does not protest.

Memers Welcome Purana Pakistan In An Exclusive Way

After removal from the office, this would be his first Jalsa in Peshawar to show his protest against the “foreign-instigated regime change.” He was removed as the prime minister through a no-confidence motion. This Jalsa is also the start of the new election campaign.

In a tweet, he said, “On Wednesday, I will hold a Jalsa in Peshawar after Isha–my first Jalsa after being removed through a foreign- instigated regime change. I want all our people to come, as Pakistan was created as an independent, sovereign state, not as a puppet state of foreign powers.”

The purpose of this Jalsa is to demand immediate elections as that is the only fair way for the people to decide the rightful Leader.

The supporters are all geared up to cheer and support their leader. They have tweeted and urged others to join in for the Jalsa.

The overseas Pakistanis are also charged and wish to protest again.

Jalsas will also be held in Karachi and Lahore. We will keep you updated on the current situation. Stay tuned to Neemopani!!

Written by Shaheer Ahmed


Leave a Reply


WrestleMania: Return of Cold Stone After 19 years

best anime movies

5 Best Anime Movies To Watch