A lot of space in your paper is allocated to articles of a few drawing-room intellectuals, sports and show-business commentators and statements of discredited politicians who, practically, never mean what they say. In comparison, very small space is allocated for opinion, views, suggestions, problems etc. of thousands of your readers. Consequently, the concerned editor has no choice but to ignore many letters from the readers. -GHULAM MUHAMMAD, Rawalpindi, September 9.