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How would you will solve problems of pakistan

  2. 2. MAIN PROBLEMS OF PAKISTANAND THEIR SOLUTIIONS: Pakistan has three main problems 1. Political parties 2. Religious Sectaraianism 3. Provinces The solution to the main three problems of Pakistan is, 1. No political parties and no party flags, Just one Party and one flag, that of Pakistan 2. No Religious sectarianism and end of Mullas theka of Islam 3. No provinces or Provincial assemblies or MPAs, instead administrative divisions may they be 20 or 30.
  3. 3. 1. SOCIOECONOMIC PROBLEMS Even after decades of existence there is no equal distribution of wealth and resources. Pakistan remains a feudal society where 90% of its wealth is owned by 10% of people. Industrialization has suffered because of the unpredictable economy and politics.
  5. 5. 2. EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS Rather than increasing, in the last sixty years, the literacy rate has decreased as the schools have not kept up with the population explosion. Sadly, most people in the villages cannot read or write. There is no national standardized educational system. Because of the large number of children, many poor parents, who do not practice family planning, send their children to madrassas, religious schools, as they get free food and shelter in those institutions
  6. 6. 3. HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS While many Pakistanis suffer from physical and emotional problems, there is no adequate health care system in place. Many pregnant women remain anemic and there is a high infant mortality rate. Children still suffer from malnutrition because of pervasive poverty.
  7. 7. 4. RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS Because of religious teachings in the families, schools and communities, many Pakistanis have grown with a religious rather than a secular world view. This trend intensified when Pakistan transformed into Islamic Republic of Pakistan
  8. 8. 5. IDENTITY PROBLEMS There was a time when some of my Pukhtoon friends used to say that they have been Pathans for 5000 years, Muslims for 1500 years and Pakistanis for 50 years, but the identity of Pakistanis has changed over the decades. There are many Pakistanis who identify with Arab and Muslim culture far more than their own ethnic and native culture
  9. 9. 6. POLITICAL PROBLEMS It is unfortunate that after all these years an autocratic political system prevails in Pakistan. People are more familiar with army generals and dictators than democratic minded political leaders. Democracy has not thrived in Pakistan since many religious leaders consider it a Western and un-Islamic system
  10. 10. 7. HUMAN RIGHTS PROBLEMS Pakistanis have suffered for decades because their human rights have not been protected in the communities as well the courts. Whether they are women or children, Ahmedis or Christians, Shiites or atheists, the rights of minorities are always threatened. The Pakistani Constitution does not ensure equal rights and privileges to all citizens.
  11. 11. FUTURE OF PAKISTAN In the next few years Pakistanis need to make many significant choices otherwise international powers might dictate certain decisions as they see Pakistan as a failed state that exports “terrorists” and having nuclear weapons, has become a threat to world peace.
  13. 13. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS While I am discussing the unresolved problems of Pakistan, I am also reflecting upon the possible solutions. In this introductory article I can only enlist the solutions as each of them is deserving of a detailed discussion. For Pakistanis to make sure that Pakistan not only survives but also grows and thrives and joins the modern world by becoming a progressive and democratic state, they need to take following steps: 1. The gap between the rich and the poor has to decrease. 2. The curriculum of schools need to be reviewed so that children can receive scientific and secular education in their mother tongue. In addition, they need to develop critical and creative thinking. 3. Health care education and free health care needs to be provided to all citizens.
  14. 14.  4. The Pakistani Constitution has to become secular and humanistic so that all citizens, especially women and minorities have equal rights and the blasphemy law is abolished. 5. Pakistanis need to become aware of their own cultural traditions and Asian identity rather than primarily identifying with a Middle Eastern identity. 6. All political parties need to present their 5 to 10 year plan to deal with serious economic, religious and social problems so that people know which party will serve them the best. 7. All political parties and citizens need to make sure that army officers stay in the army barracks and not take over the parliament in the future. For some people it might seem like a dream but all nations have to dream before the dream comes true. If Pakistanis did not fulfill that dream, I am afraid their dream might turn into a violent nightmare in the not so distant future.