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Living in the days of General Zia, I can honestly tell the new generation that people were at ease and may more content. There was a sense of safety and people living in neighborhoods did despise someone who was known to be corrupt. Children playing out in the streets late with parents not worrying about their safety and the poor did not go hungry due inflation.
@Khalid very true indeed!
@Khalid Now the new generation is paying the price of that illusion. Need to come out of it.