But quite often, it has come to an observation that the issues being highlighted in a talk-show or a political session in a current affair programme are left unsolved at the end. The Pakistani media in specific has been way too freed to express and highlight anything it wants and wishes to showcase in front of the world.
The anchor normally cracks-up a hot issue in front of the guests and especially if it is a political sitting. It takes up ride towards a blazing fight, sometimes undesirable and abusive language is also being transmitted amongst the guests and it stretches until the show ends without a clear and vivid solution being presented to the authorities or the public.
For the viewers, it is no less than a depression and anxiety phase to enter while watching such programmes. The guests while in a conversation become so out of control that sometimes even the anchors are seen helpless in turning the situation cool. Clearly, it does not leave a positive impact on the wider public and the world in general.
Though, not blaming any particular channel or current affair show, it is surely the responsibility of both the anchors and the guests to behave well and get involved into a constructive rather than a destructive and solution-less situation at the end of such sittings. The show must contain materials suggested and discussed between the honorable guests (rather influential ones too) that could lead towards the betterment and positive solutions towards the problems.
It is high time now to stop the blame game and start over seeing and recognizing our own mistakes (may it be the public or the influential, elected leaders of the state) and work towards solving the problems. The channels should develop their policies towards creating and auditing constructive current affair programmes that could lead to generating “solutions”, not new problems.