In almost all civilised and democratic countries, the right to strike and peaceful protest, is protected by constitution. Protest is considered as part of basic human rights in order to raise voices against sufferings and injustices.
This phenomenon is very common in developing countries, like Pakistan, where the established institutional mechanisms are unable to ensure the basic needs and rights of its subjects. Critics are also in view that such events are exploited for different hidden agendas.
The reason to develop the above context is, to discuss, whether the people of Hunza should also strike and protest to get their basic rights or opt for alternatives? Majority of the people are in view that such activities are bringing bad impressions regarding the peaceful and educated society of Hunza valley. The discussion should also need to consider the fact that the political as well as administrative mechanisms and leaderships in our part of the world are not ideal to address issues proactively.