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Pmln and PPP have connections with international backers, from Saudia/Uae/Qatar to USA, they have links with local mafias, gullu butt etc. They also use money as weapon. Their backers can influence and blackmail the establishment.

JUI and JI have big international backings, they also use their close connections with extremist and terrorist organisations. JUI also has links with preaching organisations so they have the grass root level connections. They may not have the same group but the voting comes from the same people. Their backers can place alot of pressure on the establishment, plus financial backing.

Tlp doesn't have militant wing but they use religion slogans to make their movement strong. They're not really a political party, have no known plan for Pakistan, don't have international connections yet except in Afghanistan with some sufi members of Taliban. Despite managing huge protests, they still don't have much influence in the policies of Pakistan.

PAT has educated people, they also have a strong student movement. They follow a strong ideology so this is why they are strong. Have no international backing so manage to win nothing. They have managed to make contacts with the establishment but without international connections your nothing.

PTI doesn't have militant wing, they have a decent student organisation but they need to form an ideology, at the moment so many different people with different ideologies are part of PTI. PTI also needs to get some international backing, as long as they respect Pakistan as an independent nation who wants the best for its people. PTI has following all over Pakistan, plus money. Only change needed is a strong ideology and international links who will place pressure on the establishment.
 
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Should PTI develop a Militant street fighting cadre? Like MQM, Jamiat & TLP? Imran Khan & PTI mull over the challenge of police brutality against peaceful party members and families during protest demonstrations and marches?


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Armed wing(s) = Negative.

PTI-led GOP used the same police to handle TLP when it was on the streets, right?

No political party should encourage people to take up arms against the police.

Support teams = Positive.

It would be much better to deploy support teams to provide face masks and water bottles to protestors to better cope with tear gas.

Counter tear gas tactic shall be adopted at maximum. This matter should be discussed with lawyers beforehand.

Learn to fight your political battles with maturity, responsibility and through appropriate channels (Legal methods and options).
 

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Armed wing(s) = Negative.

PTI-led GOP used the same police to handle TLP when it was on the streets, right?

We only feel pain when we recieve it. PTI used brutal force against Tlp. Very similar to what Pmln did. If IK didn't call off protests then more people would have died, possibly police aswel as nobody will sit quietly if your children's are killed in front of you.

PTI needs to continue using pressure and daily protests to unsettle the establishment, until they make a deal to make reforms, stop their support for corrupt mafias but then again why would chors get rid of chori.
 

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People may disagree with Dr Tahir ul Qadri due to heavy opponents propaganda against him but his ideology has been same since the 1980s. Reforms in Pakistan, anti corruption drive, making the institutes powerful and independent.

1989 speech

1995 speech against corruption and how those in power manipulate the system.
 
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If you want success in Pakistan and Pakistani politics, you need to have a ruthless militant wing. The more violence you can orchestrate the more they bend over to accommodate you. THIS IS FACT, PURE AND SIMPLE.

However as supporters of PTI, if we wanted to be associated with criminals and thugs pretending to be a political party, we'd join PPP, PMLN, MQM or any of the religious parties.

So no dedicated militant/criminal wing, but I would advice all those marching to have masks to hide thier identity from the persecutors and weapons to liberate themselves from the oppressors.
 

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It seems extremism will increase in Pakistan after this blatant selling of nation by establishment and PDM convicted looters...
PTI doesn't need to make a Militant wing.
The lack of belief in the system that has solely been fueled by establishment itself will result in people moving away from mainstream solutions to their problems.
This will be the start of the end of Pakistan.
True anarchy and fascists will rise, racial and linguistic segregation will increase.
Then the "Jugarrus" will run away to their children settled abroad.
The Neutrals ( in this case i refer to populace) will be in shell shock on how all of this has happened.
This is the agenda of some one
 

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If IK had brains he wouldn’t have been ousted from PM’ship. Leaving Pakistan in hands of N and PPP.

Seats should be won without firing a single bullet. Jinnah did it and much more.
 

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PTI needs to make close alliances with pro Pakistan countries. Countries which want to be friends on partnership term and not on master slavery. PTI should start with China, Turkey, Central Asia, Qatar, ASEAN. Iran, Afghanistan.
 

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