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They will have to be there, if there's no Pakistan, there will be no perks privileges anymore.

We don't need rocket science to understand this -- you are the head of a failed organization, whose responsible, you or someone from jungles in Africa?

They are fully responsible for where Pakistan stands today, they have directly ruled and indirectly supported trashes to rule over Pakistan.
No, they're not simply there because Pakistan is ripe to be looted. Had they not been there, there would be no Pakistan.
I have no idea what you mean. The people voted in idiots time and time again, you should take it up with them. The military has stepped in, and now refuses to.
They are not fully responsible, they are not the only stakeholder in Pakistan.
 

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Nation ka to pta nai retired and shaheedo ki families are indebted to that..
All those who retire from PA are paid pension by GoP,all those men who lost their lives in line of duty,their famailies are paid death gratuity along with pension.
Not all those who retire get a job at these places.By percentage that very low amount.
And yes while in service they are fed by 11 billion dollar budget from govt but the amount above that comes from other sources be it exports of weapons or other sources I dont believe armed forces are doing so well with a budget which is lesser than even Iran or Afghanistan
Armed forces as i told you are maintained by budget given by GoP.
Your belief has nothing to do with reality.

And I for sure know that after retirement a large part of pension is paid by Fauji foundation and govt only pays a small part...
That's pure bs,Govt is paying Rs 369 billion in pension head this year alone.And this pension head is not part of yearly Defence Budget.

Read this article this provides break down of total budget.
No, they're not simply there because Pakistan is ripe to be looted. Had they not been there, there would be no Pakistan.
Of course Founder of Pakistan wasn't M.A Jinnah it was all hard work of Frank Walter Messervy.
Pakistan is due to public a.k.a Pakistanis.
 
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Yes the people you voted for.
Yes Bhutto and Mians were discovery of people of Pakistan.NRO was given by people of Pakistan.
Ayub,Zia,Yahya and Pervaiz were also elected by people of Pakistan.
Pakistani people have same stakes in Pakistan as they were having in pre-1947 time.
 

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Yes Bhutto and Mians were discovery of people of Pakistan.NRO was given by people of Pakistan.
Ayub,Zia,Yahya and Pervaiz were also elected by people of Pakistan.
Pakistani people have same stakes in Pakistan as they were having in pre-1947 time.
They had the mass support of the people, you can't deny that.
NRO agreed was stupid.
Ayub, agree shouldn't been there. Pervaiz, seeing as Mian jee was doing such a stellar job (see that voting thing).
Multiple stakeholders are responsible for the mess the country finds itself in.
Hey, if you dislike the military so much disband them. See what happens. Maybe Indian rule might be better than the God awful military.
 

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Hey, if you dislike the military so much disband them. See what happens. Maybe Indian rule might be better than the God awful military.
If your house isn't in order,you don't bulldoze it.No one dislikes military but there are things which don't make sense.
They had the mass support of the people, you can't deny that.
NRO agreed was stupid.
Ayub, agree shouldn't been there. Pervaiz, seeing as Mian jee was doing such a stellar job (see that voting thing).
Pakistanis are always looking for a messiah,Mians and Bhuttos once they were provided a rostrum to stand and a micophone to speak,well rest is history.
NRO wasn't stupid it was just one thing after WoT which paralysed Pakistan.It was a blunder greater than galaxy.
 

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If your house isn't in order,you don't bulldoze it.No one dislikes military but there are things which don't make sense.
Of course, and they have their shortcomings and errors. The point is the role they have to fill cannot be done by anyone else and it's vital to the survival of the nation.

Pakistanis are always looking for a messiah,Mians and Bhuttos once they were provided a rostrum to stand and a micophone to speak,well rest is history.
NRO wasn't stupid it was just one thing after WoT which paralysed Pakistan.It was a blunder greater than galaxy.
Yes they are sadly, rather than making improvements themselves. Yes I agree with the NRO.
 

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Anyways, what I want to know is what are the Military generals doing about these TLP mullah goons destroying the country at the behest of foreign sponsors???
 

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this report is created with the help of government of Pakistan so people can stop blaming the Evil Israel and USA and also not so evil our neighbor India.


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Social and economic inequality threatens the foundations of a just society. It hinders progress by restricting the opportunities available to its citizens. Bridging the gap between the two different Pakistans – the country’s richest and poorest people – is one of the key priorities of our Govern-ment. This has always been an important element of our manifesto, for which we have been actively advocating. After as-suming charge, our Government has made meaningful efforts towards this goal by launching initiatives to uplift the poor, develop rural areas, empower women, en-able our youth to thrive, and ensure the universal delivery of essential services to the public. The Prime Minister’s Ehsaas programme, a multisectoral initiative to provide social services and protection to the most vulnerable groups in Pakistan, is a testament to our commitment and resolve in this context. Against this backdrop, the Pakistan National Human Development Report on inequality (NHDR 2020) is a welcome contribution to our work in this domain, as it highlights challenges, outlines progress, and identifies high-impact areas.Over the years, Pakistan has seen prog-ress on its Human Development Index (HDI) value, which increased from 0.400 in 1990 to 0.560 in 2018. This means a higher life expectancy at birth for ****-stani children, more years of schooling, and higher income for families. However, there remains much to be done, as Pakistan’s HDI value is lower than both the average HDI value of countries in the medium hu-man development group (0.630), as well as our neighbours in South Asia (0.640). The COVID-19 pandemic has further aggra-vated this challenge by threatening to undo past progress, and further widen the eco-nomic and social inequalities in the country through its disproportionate effect on the poorest segments of society. This is an un-precedented challenge for the Government of Pakistan, and one that we are working tirelessly to overcome. However, it can also be seen as an opportunity for us to rebuild better than before, and to alleviate inequal-ities between the two extremes of Pakistan – one that caters only to the privileged, and the other that relates to the country’s poor, downtrodden, and vulnerable groups. It is for this reason that the insights of this re-port are extremely meaningful to us at this critical juncture.Inequality is a complex phenomenon; it spans diverse groups of people who are vulnerable because of their income, gen-der, religion, region of residence, and oth-er characteristics. This report addresses the complexity of inequality by unpacking the nuances and engaging in an insightful discussion with precision and clarity. Dr. Hafiz A. Pasha’s expertise in translating Pakistan’s HDI scores into the human im-pact on the ground is extremely valuable to readers looking to understand the current situation. The framework of the ‘three Ps’ of inequality – Power, People, and Poli-cy – is also a useful tool for deconstruct-ing challenges and carefully analysing in-equality in detail. The report is aligned with Government’s national agenda, which seeks to reduce inequality in all its forms and manifestations. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Government is committed to build-ing a ‘welfare state’ where rule of law, meri-tocracy and transparency are guaranteed to all citizens and a social safety net is provid-ed to the marginalized segments. It is also committed to ensure equal opportunities for all citizens in all fields – from health to education to security of life and proper-ty. The Government also seeks to address disparities between different regions of the country, by introducing integrated region-al development initiatives for regions and areas which have lagged behind in terms of Special messagesocio-economic development. The Report is also in line with the glob-al commitments espoused by Sustainable Development Goal 10, ‘Reduce inequality within and between countries’. The topics discussed in the following chapters, and the recommendations emanating from this discussion, chart out a roadmap for address-ing critical human development challenges – such as eliminating poverty, mitigating gender-based discrimination, bridging the digital divide, and limiting the risks of cli-mate change.It has been a privilege to be part of the Advisory Council for the Pakistan NHDR 2020, and to have benefited from the feed-back and insight of our fastidious council members. They include some of the coun-try’s most celebrated academics, technical experts, development practitioners, and policy makers – both from across and with-in party lines. I warmly congratulate UNDP for this incredible effort at deconstructing inequal-ity and creating evidence-based, contex-tual, and actionable recommendations to improve human development in Pakistan. I have no doubt that the insights of this re-port will help many of the country’s most vulnerable communities, and move us to-wards a more equal Pakistan.


Asad Umar
Minister, Ministry of Planning, Development & Special Initiatives,Pakistan.Chair, NHDR 2020 Advisory Council
 
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It’s a known fact 70 to 80% of the Pak economy is undocumented, unregulated etc. And, it is the source of her “strategic” financial reserve!!! How do you think Pak maintains both conventional and strategic readiness to such an extemporary extent that 02/26 to 02/28 occur quite spontaneously?!?!
 

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All those who retire from PA are paid pension by GoP,all those men who lost their lives in line of duty,their famailies are paid death gratuity along with pension.
Not all those who retire get a job at these places.By percentage that very low amount.

Armed forces as i told you are maintained by budget given by GoP.
Your belief has nothing to do with reality.


That's pure bs,Govt is paying Rs 369 billion in pension head this year alone.And this pension head is not part of yearly Defence Budget.

Read this article this provides break down of total budget.
Bahi fauji foundation pays large part of pension to soldiers as well as families of shaheeds..

And do you think Pakistan armed forces are maintained so well with only 11 billion dollars ? Iran has 17 billion dollars budget and Afghanistan also has more budget than us and look at them.. govt provides this but more money is put from defence exports and other stuff like army welfare trust..

And I did not say govt pays nothing I said Fauji foundation pays money and other welfare means like schools and hospital services other than the pension given by govt..
 

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No it's no MIC,MIC is a term which is strictly related to those Corporations who produce military equipment or provide services in field of defence affairs.
Equating this with MIC is an insult to LM,Boeing,Academi and organisations like them.
same beast, different approach.
 

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