Daily procession - Daily Rallies & Frequent Agitations in a Cosmopolitan city of Pakistan have made people's life dreaded, horrendous & miserable. Its not a matter of a day or week but extends to month
Resulting normal routine business goes upside down & complete chocked up due to heavy traffic jam or cordoning the agitators through scale of barricades that govt. puts around..
Some says its a fashion & legible applicability in democratic set up where people have right to raise their voices for any irregularities they counter...
Taking out rallies is not the essence of democracy but negates the beauty of democracy where people freedom gos obstructed by some handful people thats make the dwellers helpless.
The swollen agitators create law & order situation in the city that extends from a week to month & spreads further across the provinces
Therefore its prime responsibility of Local Administration to disperse people gathering taking out rallies/ procession in the name of Religion that incite & ignite the situation and makes it more worsen where the controlling perspective goes unmanageable instead to use state machinery to disperse the mob.
It does not reflect or interprets ''democracy move'' but creates uncertainty in the cosmopolitan cities where daily routine business of people goes obstructed that goes dead slow due to severe traffic jam that stops the life-moves.
Normal procession other than ''Religious Gathering'' seems okay as its a general practice & phenomenon to raise voice if people are facing any cruelty, oppression, suppression & subdued practices where people's rights are usurped, they are deprived off the legitimate supports - raising voice for injustice should be appreciated
The recent DHARNA OR SIT-IN in Islamabad, Karachi & Faisalabad from a religious party i.e. Tehrik Labbaik Pakistan [TLP] who had entered in Islamabad 20 days before now has high jacked Islamabad making it paralyzed blocking the arteries of the twin cities. Govt is failure now they are asking help from army to handle the situation.