Jinnah might have envisioned a road map for Pakistan with good intentions (“In the cross hairs of the extremists,” April 26). However, after his demise, there hasn’t been a tall leader in Pakistan who could have shouldered the responsibility of leading the people on the path of “Jinnah’s postulates” or toward prosperity, peace and equality. That is why as a nation it is always better to remember the saying, “Divided we fall, united we stand.”

Sunkanna Basa,

Hyderabad

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