Don't twist my words. You and others!!How is this even possible? When Benazir got democratic govt in 1988, who brought it down in 1990 but Nawaz Sharif? Then again in 1996 it was Nawaz Sharif that toppled Benazir second democratic govt. And now again in 2020 Nawaz Sharif is doing his best to topple this democratic Imran Khan govt. As long that traitor Nawaz Sharif exist, there won't be any stability.
Democracy-even if it means a semi-corrupt govt (as in India and MANY other countries) going through generations of smooth transfers of power is still far more desirable than 'revolutions' or a mode of 'accountability' where tens of millions of people would feel they are being disenfranchised. As we speak, it seems the majority of the Sindh's population would not like undemocratic toppling of the Sindh govt by the Center and that would have far graver consequences for Pakistan than by corruption.
As I have been saying--have the accountability but don't throw the baby out with the bathwater!! Pakistan has been through these routes of allegations of corruptions before--as early as the Ayub Khan era!--but never ever enough alleged stolen money was coughed out by the looters however the STATE OF PAKISTAN brought upon instability on itself.
Get what you can out of them but in carefully calibrated way so that there is no instability. Otherwise, it's the same dance since Ayub Khan's actions against the politicians.