Federalism in Pakistan has remained focus of the discussions concerning studies around political systems, as well as the process of state formation among the previous colonies. There are some important aspects and contours of 'Pakistan Federalism', which form the fundamentals of the freedom movements in Sindh and Balochistan province.
The damage is done finally. The Parliament and the electoral parties have axed themselves by undertaking legislation on the nefarious bill for establishing military courts across Pakistan. And, in the wink of eye, the Pakistan Army started establishing military courts in Sindh, despite the fact that the religious terrorism is almost non-existent there.
Recently the rouge-most army in the Asia, the Pakistan Army, has presented its wish list to the Elected Serfs (Parliamentarians) and House of Serfs (Parliament), asking civil leadership for establishing the military court to trial civilians booked under the charges of terrorism. And, the Serfs, without any delay of the times, obeyed their Master (Army). A bill is now tabled in the National Assembly of Pakistan for the establishment of such courts and probably would soon be approved by the bicameral parliament.