Aijaz Ali Saghar

Aijaz Ali Saghar

The writer is a freelance journalist.

Stubborn girl

I may have differences with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s style of politics. However, I pay homage to Bilawal for taking care of his father, former President Asif Ali Zardari, when he fell ill. On the contrary, Sharif family has some differences

PDM and army’s sacrifices

An unusual situation is being created in the country as the political circus is engulfed in flames. The game of thrones has begun and the nation is being pushed in the inferno. Ever since inception, Pakistan had a mischievous neighbour

Opposition’s APC – a mess

People often claimed that even if all the doors are closed in politics, one door of reconciliation remains open. In politics, no day is the last, the goddess of fortune can be kind anytime. Politics in Pakistan is a bit

Motorway tragedy

Indian leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi once said, ‘India will be free when the women of my country feel safe to walk in the streets of India at the midnight’. These words of Mahatma Gandhi were for India. Let’s talk about

Presidential system

PTI-led federal government is facing major problems since it came into power in 2018. These problems were inherited from previous political parties. When PTI came into power, the system was completely shut down, institutions were almost destroyed, and the country

Local newspapers need support

Regional and local newspapers play a vital role for any government but none has benefited more than the incumbent PTI government. Let’s not go further but even during the 2018 general elections, when many media channels had boycotted the PTI,

Inflation and Pakistanis

We belong to the Ummah of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) who in regards to the business acquired the “al-Amin,” meaning faithful, trustworthy, and “al-Sadiq,” meaning truthful. Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was also known for his honesty throughout the Arab. Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W),

Salute to our Police force

For several days, I have been thinking of writing a column on an organization that we criticize every day, but still, they are performing their duties 24 hours a day, sacrifice their happiness, and freely accept our legitimate and illegitimate

Dream of our own home

It was 7 o’clock in the morning when I was suddenly woken up by a knock on the door. When I opened, it was my friend Khalid Bhatti who asked if I was not ready. I obliged and said it