This is with regards to the article, “Copper politics, and state of economy” published yesterday. I totally agree with the writer, that the political confrontations and differences have resulted in utter wastage of the lucrative zone. Be it the government of Balochistan or indeed the federal government; no one has played their part appositely, according to the interests of the nation. The procrastination of the government has more often than not curtailed prosperity in Pakistan, and the Rekodeq project is one of the most noteworthy examples of how negligence on the part of the government has cost the nation dearly. And of course there are the phantoms of corruption as well.