Anti-democratic force ousts PM in coup inside ruling party

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi meeting with former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on 8th August, 2017

ISLAMABAD – Despite growing belief that anti-democratic force won’t be directly involved in any overthrowing, a coup jolted the ruling party on Tuesday, in what was yet another ugly repetition of autocracy.

The ruling party that had only just elected a new Prime Minister has once again been jarred by elements that don’t want democracy to flourish in the realm with a long history of dictatorial interventions.

“There have been attempts again and again for my exit, but you will always keep giving me an entry again and again,” the anti-democratic force said after the coup. “I congratulate everyone for bringing the anti-democratic force back with full force.”

As is the norm in the realm, the coup was established through a farcical election, that confirmed the anti-democratic force’s presence at the helm of affairs for the next four years.

In the address, the anti-democratic force seemed defiant and criticised political governments over the past 70 years.

“We have to change our policies for progress and prosperity of Pakistan,” said the anti-democratic force after implementing its unflinching policy to orchestrate the coup.

“We will have to change the culture of clash for the sake of 200 million people,” it added after usurping the reins of the ruling party.

The anti-democratic force also expressed joy that the legislation which a dictator had crafted to keep it out of power was today revoked. “I will remove the anomalies introduced under dictatorial regimes,” said the force after initiating the latest of its own autocratic tenures.

Meanwhile, the ousted Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said though he is the head of government in Pakistan, people of Pakistan had rejected him as the head of his party.

“The party would continue serving the people under the anti-democratic force’s able guidance,” said the ousted PM.