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Small part of Rajanpur and DG khan population lives in this tribal area but due to this tribal area these two districts are considered backward. RYK is considered backward because big part of this district is cholistan bhskkar is dessert it is also considered backward. Lahore sa distance sa koi taluq nhi ha
Punjab's average HDI is 0.732 ... Not even a single district in entire Southern Punjab (including Multan) region has an HDI above that average. South Punjab is far less developed than Northern and Central Punjab
 

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Punjab's average HDI is 0.732 ... Not even a single district in entire Southern Punjab (including Multan) region has an HDI above that average. South Punjab is far less developed than Northern and Central Punjab
They need a separate province but both PTI and PMLN don't want this to happen
 

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They need a separate province but both PTI and PMLN don't want this to happen
Yes, but those who advocate for it generally do so on lingual (instead of administrative) basis; a Seraiki Province. The problem with this approach is that such (sub)divisions along ethnic/lingual lines can open a whole new Pandora's box.
 
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Lodhran k siwa baqi saray light blue saraiki speaking districts main dessert ha isliye hdi low ha.
Pahlay ap kah rhay thay k Pahari ilaqay hain is liyay HDI low hain, ab kah rhay hain k Desert hai is liyay low hai ..
yah ilaqay neglected hain is liyay under-developed hain aur koi wajah nhi



Muzadargarh thal ki waja
'Thal' Central Punjab k 4 districts Bhakkar, Khushab, Jhang aur Mianwali mein bhi hai Muzaffargarh k ilawa. un sab districts ka HDI khasa behter hy Muzaffargarh ki nisbat. Even Layyah bhi khasa developed hy
 
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That is true. But, if Pakistan is destined to vanish, through the machinations of these gangs of thugs, scoundrels and rascals, lead by NS, SS, Zardari, Mullah Fuzla etc etc etc, then thats it and we cannot stop it. Pakistan then can be taken as a bad experiment.
Just don't vote for corrupt politicians. Its better to choose the most incompetent person than a competent corrupt person.
 

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The way things are going the only thing they'll be covered in is jizz of Pakistanis watching watching **** leaks of N league.
 

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PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday boldly claimed that his party will "bury PTI forever" in the 2023 general elections.

Addressing a PML-N workers convention in Rawalpindi, the Opposition leader, congratulated the party for achieving significant success in the recently held cantonment board elections.

"Our success in the cantonment board elections is not ordinary," he said, noting that the party had performed even better in Rawalpindi than Lahore, a city considered their stronghold. "We wiped out the PTI," he declared.

Speaking of the 2023 elections, he demanded that they be held transparently, adding that he holds these expectations from Election Commission of Pakistan, the judiciary and all institutions.

Shahbaz said that three years ago, when the PTI came into power, "having this selected prime minister selected destroyed Pakistan".

He said now, after 3.25 years, the people's "eyes have opened" to the truth.

The Opposition leader said that Pakistan "has no respect" and has been left "penniless".

"They have ruined the economy with the loans they have taken," he added.

"And this selected prime minister then says 'you must not panic'."

Shahbaz urged the people to "take a stand" against soaring inflation.

"They said they would provide millions of jobs, and have instead deprived hundreds of thousands of employment," he said.

He said that the poor man today is left to his devices, with "no (affordable) medicine" and with the prices of flour, pulses and sugar rocketing sky high.

"Our 2018 manifesto promised homes for people [...] had it been our government in power today, we would already have provided hundreds of thousands of people homes," Shahbaz claimed.

"Had it been our tenure, hundreds of thousands would have been granted jobs," he added.

Shahbaz also criticised the rupee's depreciation, saying that the dollar seems to have "sprouted wings".

"We must drown out this government with the tidal wave of the people," he urged.


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Is ney to zardari ko bhi dafnana tha
 

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Yes, but those who advocate for it generally do so on lingual (instead of administrative) basis; a Seraiki Province. The problem with this approach is that such (sub)divisions along ethnic/lingual lines can open a whole new Pandora's box.
Each division of Pakistan may be converted into a province. This will solve many problems.
 

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Well, I believe that no province should be looking to expand their administrative territories as we already have huge administrative units in Pakistan, which are an administrative nightmare.

Smaller administrative units are easier to manage/administer. All provinces of Pakistan should be subdivided into smaller units without prejudice to any province/ethnicity

As for rural Sindh, governance structures at local level need to be made more efficient and responsive
Sindh has every right to claim as much of the sea it can govern. The newly declared province of Junagarh seeks connectivity to Sindh as does the province of Frontier Undefined.

With local bodies and various other administrative institutions, there are ample governance infrastructure in place to cater any size.
 

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PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday boldly claimed that his party will "bury PTI forever" in the 2023 general elections.

Addressing a PML-N workers convention in Rawalpindi, the Opposition leader, congratulated the party for achieving significant success in the recently held cantonment board elections.

"Our success in the cantonment board elections is not ordinary," he said, noting that the party had performed even better in Rawalpindi than Lahore, a city considered their stronghold. "We wiped out the PTI," he declared.

Speaking of the 2023 elections, he demanded that they be held transparently, adding that he holds these expectations from Election Commission of Pakistan, the judiciary and all institutions.

Shahbaz said that three years ago, when the PTI came into power, "having this selected prime minister selected destroyed Pakistan".

He said now, after 3.25 years, the people's "eyes have opened" to the truth.

The Opposition leader said that Pakistan "has no respect" and has been left "penniless".

"They have ruined the economy with the loans they have taken," he added.

"And this selected prime minister then says 'you must not panic'."

Shahbaz urged the people to "take a stand" against soaring inflation.

"They said they would provide millions of jobs, and have instead deprived hundreds of thousands of employment," he said.

He said that the poor man today is left to his devices, with "no (affordable) medicine" and with the prices of flour, pulses and sugar rocketing sky high.

"Our 2018 manifesto promised homes for people [...] had it been our government in power today, we would already have provided hundreds of thousands of people homes," Shahbaz claimed.

"Had it been our tenure, hundreds of thousands would have been granted jobs," he added.

Shahbaz also criticised the rupee's depreciation, saying that the dollar seems to have "sprouted wings".

"We must drown out this government with the tidal wave of the people," he urged.


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didnt he claim that he would tear zadrai's tummy and retrive the stolen wealth?...
 

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