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  • 4. 4  What is economic terrorism?  Why Such Terrorism is Preferred by Terrorist?  Economic terrorism in Pakistan.  Challenges faced.  Conclusions.  Suggestions.  Effects of economic terrorism in Pakistan.  Socio economic effects of terrorism .
  • 5.  The act by any group or state for the sole and illegal purpose of creating economic chaos and collapse as a means of destroying the attendant society.  Is the most lethal weapon for any anti-social element. 5
  • 6.  It is carried out to undermine a country to mount defense or even exist.  Effects economic terrorism are massive and long lasting.  The 9/11 incident is one of the biggest act of economic terrorism. 6
  • 7.  To give massive damage to a country in a single attack.  To break the military defense system.  To spread fear among average citizen.  To cripple the economy of a country. 7
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  • 9.  Since 9/11, many countries have been subjected to economic terrorism.  The incident of 9/11 greatly affected Pakistan’s defense and economic condition.  Frequent suicide bombing is the main cause of spreading of economic terrorism in Pakistan. 9
  • 10.  Economic terrorism is costing Pakistan both economical and human lives loss.  In 2009, Pakistan’s GDP rate  . 10
  • 11.  The inflation in Pakistan between june 2013-jan 2014 is 10.09%.  Thousands of people have died due to suicide bombing  On the name of War on Terror, Pakistan suffered loss of Rs.90 billion .  Pakistan cannot maintain its economy by itself and is now depending on foreign aids. 11
  • 12. 12 Civilians Security Force Personnel Terrorists/Insurgents Total 2003 140 24 25 189 2004 435 184 244 863 2005 430 81 137 648 2006 608 325 538 1471 2007 1522 597 1479 3598 2008 2155 654 3906 6715 2009 2324 991 8389 11704 2010 1796 469 5170 7435 2011 2738 765 2800 6303 2012 3007 732 2472 6211 2013 3001 676 1702 5379 2014 619 183 441 1243 Total* 18775 5681 27303 51759 Fatalities in Terrorist Violence in Pakistan 2003-2014
  • 13.  Lack of leadership and weak political parties.  Unawareness in citizens.  Weak economic backbone  Inefficient security. 13
  • 14.  Economic terrorism should not be taken lightly.  Economic terrorism is a very lethal weapon that can cripple a country.  It is carried out by anti-social elements due to political, social or religious reasons.  Pakistan is facing worst terrorism attacks.  Such attacks are responsible for the loss of human lives and economic decline in our country. 14
  • 15.  Government of Pakistan should focus on should focus on eliminating the potential threat of economic terrorism.  Build awareness among the people.  Import better technology to tackle terrorists.  Build trust greater trust among the allies. 15
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  • 17. 17 In 2009,Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) could not improve and fell steeply by 52 per cent. In 2013: decline by 9.7%
  • 18. 18 PCB Suffered a loss of 51.22 million dollars
  • 19. 19 Pakistan tourism Industry suffered a loss of 44 million dollars.
  • 20. Education 20
  • 21. Asghar Khan Roll no # 34 21
  • 22. 22 Socio-economic causes i) Injustice: ii) Illiteracy: iii) Poverty And Unemployment: iv) Food Insecurity: v) Dissatisfaction:
  • 23. 23 1:Injustice A situation in which people are treated very unfairly and not given their rights
  • 24. 24 Illiteracy inability to read and write • More than one in five men aged 15 to 24 unable to read or write
  • 25. 25 Poverty the condition of being extremely poor • majority of people in Pakistan are living below poverty line. • some people go to the level of extremism and even commit suicide.
  • 26. 26 Dissatisfaction • When a person is dissatisfied with the rulers and thinks that his rights are being humiliated or exiled. • wrongly imprisoned and property confiscated. • then he joins some religious parties and organizations.
  • 27. This is also terrorism :D 27