|This sentence needs the word "the":
Since then,"the" country has had its share of military rules and martial laws,
This sentence needs a "y":
The"y" are unable to understand the drastic changes in climate of Pakistan.
This sentence needs an "a":
A person living in "a" bungalow represents, a million living with tin sheets over their head, in the Assembly, oh the sad irony!
Couple things in this part:
Now try to guess the monthly income of a member of (the) National Assembly, or the LEADER (who are you referring to as "the leader"?). A leader (here are you referring to "the leader" or "a leader" in general?) of this poor country, where (the) majority are living from hand to mouth, gets more than Rs.100, 000(<~~ delete the space between the last three 0's and the coma) monthly, along with along with (here you have "along with" twice) entitlement to receive travel vouchers of Rs.300, 000 per annum. I’ll let that sink in.
It would sound better if you changed the word "getting" to something like "earning" in this next sentence:
One shouldn’t be concerned with what others are (earning) getting. They work hard for it.” Yes, one shouldn’t be concerned with what others are (earning) getting, but when the ‘others’ are your representatives, you have every right to know what they are getting and why,
"Thornless" is one word:
But when these thrones are thorn less,
One more thing is there are way too many comas (,). There are many places where it would be more understandable and flow better if you used a period (.) to end a sentence and start a new one.
Now... with all that aside. I really enjoyed reading this. I found your perspective on democracy in Pakistan fascinating.
Remember, this is my opinion. You can take or leave any suggestions. I would be willing to re-review after any changes you might make of it. Just let me know.
P.S. I'm doing all this from my Kindle and its a bit difficult. I hope my review is comprehensible.