Franz Kafka was a splendid creator. His novel, The Trial, follows the life of a man who has been gotten in an enormous, misty, firmly fixed bureaucratic apparatus of equity framework. There are things about the equity framework that are crazy and the law that aides the conduct and workings of the equity framework is totally out of reach to individuals outside of the court, even to the blamed and to their legal advisors. One day, officers from the court land at the home of Mr. K., the fundamental character, and limit him to his home for the sake of examination. He is not told on what charges. The preposterousness proceeds and the far reaching vicinity and unchallengeable force and power of the court are uncovered upon the denounced. No charge sheet is appeared to the blamed, no trial is held in his vicinity as trials are difficult to reach to individuals outside, and he doesn’t have any shot at safeguarding himself. In spite of this, he is discovered blameworthy.
The book is not as much about human fascination in similarity as it is a study of bureaucratic choice making. Why do I check out myself and discover an emergence of the story in my nation? The distinction here is that rather than the denounced being one individual, it is an entire country or countries, of Pashtuns and Balochs. Pushtuns are faulted, yet they are not told about the charge sheet against them. Trials are held away from plain view in hallways of forces and open fields of the Taliban, yet Pashtuns are not gave with a chance to their safeguard. But then they are discovered blameworthy; liable to the degree to be either pronounced blow-back or touted as Sharia-protestation focuses of suicide assaults and ruthless slaughters.
Each time we are hit by the Taliban, the Pakistani state externalizes the fault. The obligation is appointed to another person and the war of weakening starts between the government and the common government. The media all of sudden finds some convincing confirmation that absolutely jumbles the matter and outsource the fault to remote hands. DG ISPR dependably finds some versatile SIMs at the spot which are followed back to Afghanistan; and DG ISPR is so productive as to know their complete schedule from Afghanistan to the spot of slaughter inside of hours of the assault (somebody should ask whether they cleared out some travel agenda at the spot of assault or has the DG ISPR all of a sudden ended up Sherlock Holmes?). Head administrator shows up and reestablishes his enduring duty to find terrorism and make lives of individuals safe, till the following slaughter at whatever point and wherever that happens to be.
What clears full scale is the moment glorification of absolute defenselessness. The slaughter of sitting ducks is lionized, the agony of the deprived families is introduced melodramatically, and the detestations are described in such an unfeeling route, to the point that further adds to the injury. What is unsettling is the way that rather than our heads being brought down in disgrace and grieving, the slaughter of hapless youngsters is proclaimed as a reason for pride and their grieving is changed over into an across the nation festivity. Their butcher is hawked as a penance for the fate of Pakistan, which makes one truly supposing what the fate of Pakistan is if not those children? The truth of the matter is, they didn’t yielded themselves, however were butchered like chickens in a poultry ranch.
The temper of individuals of Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa can be gaged from the response of understudies at Bacha Khan University after the assault. They have not left the college, in spite of the circumstance and arrive to dismiss any meeting pioneer. Individuals are understanding that with regards to CPEC and improvement they are informed that their requests don’t bode well. In any case, they are presently asking consequently what sense it makes to permit their slaughter and proceed with the same old thing. Resonating voices can be heard in the midst of the high pitched uproar of extolling the dead and lecturing about the strength of the country, which look for answers and requests peace and security. My companion was once solicited by a Baloch companion from his, “We know why we are executed, yet why Pashtuns are being murdered?” Can the state give answer to this inquiry or will it take more than challenges and tranquil strolls to make the state listen to Pashtuns of Pakistan?