Mr. Javed Chaudhry, Columnist, Anchor of Kaal Tak Current affairs show- "I have no new dreams for Pakistan," said journalist Javed Chaudhry, adding that he wanted the nation to realise all of its "old dreams". "We already have so many unfulfilled dreams that there is no need to dream of something new," he said, adding, "Only people who are not living their dreams need a new one."
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Love Javed Chaudhry's lessons & political analogies explained beautifully with these interesting little stories... He does this in his news show as well and I love to watch them (on youtube)
- me from india
If there is anyone who follows all the principles outlined in Javed Chaudhry saheb's speech it is the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. And Pakistan tries to block them from voting, government positions, etc. by declaring them non-Muslims.
@567264 here is the thing, you are right that when muslim minorities are oppressed they are'nt given alot of media attention. But still doesn't justify for us to racist or baised or intolerant to other religious groups, because all religions are about peace and we should learn to accept other. Javed Ch. is right we should not allow people in our own country to oppress non muslim minorities. Oppession and generalazition is wrong, whether its against Muslims or non muslims.
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