In Pakistan Military bosses always had a tussle with the Prime Minister for one thing and another and the top persons in Govt are very much indulged in corrupt practices to make quick money from big and international contracts.
The governance is in a state of shambles and allegations and counter allegations are the order of the day. A sorry state of affairs and needs rectification at various stages.
As the various Prime Ministers were also party to some group doing all sort of wretched means of making money from public coffers the allegation are pouring in on a regular basis and to show his innocence one has no go except resigning.
Knowledge is power.
When the top bosses in government perform such activities which are not as per the law courts has to see them out of power and for these corrupt people there is no way except accepting the court verdict.
Under such a scenario resignation of the top person in Govt is the logical collorary. They are not resigning due to moral values but because there is no other go.
This has happened there in past and will be continuing to happen till an honest party comes in power.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
Immediately after the independence, it lost its so-called Quaid-e-Azm Mohammad Ali Jinnah. In another three years, the second most important leader, Liaquat Ali Khan, was assassinated. As a result, democracy and democratic institutions have not been strengthened. Military took over power and it weakened the judiciary.
So, it is quite natural that the democratic rulers of that country go to jail. Even when the political leaders are the rulers, they play second fiddle to the military.
We can reasonably and logically surmise that the great Islamic Republic of Greater Punjab (i.e., so-called Pakistan) will be fragmented in four or five parts in another thirty years or so.
Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.