There are lots of reasons to vote for a party, but the most important reason should be how one feels about the wave-length similarity with the party leader.
We would all love to earn more, bargain prices to the ground and never pay taxes. We break red lights yet insult the traffic police. We bribe media planners to run ads on our TV channels yet accuse politicians of accepting bribes for various development projects. There is truly no better criteria for choosing a candidate than how similar his or her values are to your own. So for that reason, the top five reasons to vote for PML-N are:
1. Ittefaq Foundries Scandal (Loan Defaulters)
Wouldn’t we all like to take enormous loans from banks under the pretense of corporate interests, then make ourselves lavish houses or businesses which would be followed by refusal to repay the loan and for good measure, threaten the family of the underpaid government/bank auditor if they don’t comply. If you stand on any traffic intersection for more than 5 mins (with or without traffic police), you can gain a true insight into the true nature of the Pakistani people.
2. Breakout Tax Evasion
The government is good for nothing, taking a huge chunk of your salary and capping more off for capital gains, we would all like nothing more than to claim bankruptcy while clearly living in mansions.
3. Supported Zardari in Order to Get Next Term Guaranteed
Its a dangerous and cut throat world out there, and we’ll readily (metaphorically) slice the knees off our office competition for that promotion because weddings and diapers aren’t going to pay for themselves. There’s also great value in picking and dropping your boss’s kids so that one day when he becomes CEO, you can get a spot in the C-suite too.
4. Keeping 1.14 Million Kids Away from Schools in Punjab
Hey, inflation is biting at us all and you’ve earned the right to snake away PKR X million from your firms budget to redirect towards your uncle’s brothers nephews BTL agency regardless of their inability to remotely attain any of the KPI’s.
5. No solution to the load shedding problem in Punjab (it is a provincial matter as well after 18th amendment)
Look, the oil and energy sector makes the highest bang for its buck, so it makes sense to keep them happy by killing the power supply for citizens and thereby increasing the demand for fuel resources and artificially sky rocketing the price. Heavy payments, also known as bribes consultation fees, are also bigger for the whole family when said industry is earning off the misery of others.
About the author: Laila Rehman is an associate with SIlkSKIN in the corporate sales team. She can be reached on email@example.com for business meetings.