Graduated to ignorance

By Kargas TMM-4

People like Ercelawn, Zaidi and Ahmed come unstuck when they try to persuade the ones with feudal mindset. Be it the heinous practice of Karo Kari or the pros and cons of the infamous KBD, this ill-minded clique sticks to its guns anyways. It is no joke that just after two months; Eqbal Ahmad’s TIP will turn out some graduates who deem Karo Kari a sacred and a holy tradition and defend its observance on Islamic basis. One wonders if it has any truck with Islam. A comrade confused Karo Kari with the Hudood imposed in the holy Book, being ignorant of the fact that those Hudood were to be executed by the State Judiciary in compliance with the law of the land, and not by the subjects of the State on their own.

Similarly an “acclaimed-chauvinist” of TIP had words with Aly Ercelawn as he, allegedly, declared himself a nationalist first and then anything like Muslim. This comment really annoyed the self-styled defender of the land & belief. He blew up at the Professor at full blast right there and then. Afterwards, he emailed Aly and “abused” him on his non-conformist views. It should be noted that this chap attended neither of the held lectures. He would come only in the last five minutes of the Q/A session and feel free to pass judgments on the issue as well as the speaker. When asked by this scribe if he knew either MAF capacity or MW power generation of the much debated KBD, an expressionless face narrated his tall story.

Such ill-literate, brain-washed and know-it-all type graduates are a slap in the face of our civil society.

3 Replies to “Graduated to ignorance”

  1. It seems like a bunch of communists are on full go to a mass working class revolution in Pakistan..
    notice the use of word COMRADES in the article which suggests affiliation with communist philosophy.
    agreed with your view about respecting learned people’s beliefs and nice article..
    so true that little knowledge is a dangerous thing

  2. Elections are coming soon and seems like all the second years and third years are busy making an impression with show-off events.

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