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Congratulations Sir Asad Umar


Congratulations sir on your victory in By-elections. I am a recent Electrical Engineering graduate. and we have high hopes from you that you will play effective role in boosting industries in Pakistan.

Asad Umar in Election Campaign for NA-48

I would like to specifically draw your attention in Telecommunication sector in Pakistan.

Sir, There is no mobile phone and other telecom devices manufacturing plant in Pakistan. We have experts in all fields like in software development, hardware designing, pcb designing e.t.c. required for manufacturing process. We have great many people who are interested in RnD and we seriously focus to reduce the technological gaps that we have.

One of my concern is what is the future of Pakistan if there is no latest technology exist in Pakistan? How our future engineers learn the new technology without proper planning and without facilities available in Pakistan?

Engineers have skill to design and make products, but they can’t establish a production/manufacturing units. It needs money which engineering graduates don’t have. It needs support from investors. But it is saddening that our investors prefer to invest in land, commercial buildings and other things but not in technology.

Sir, all eyes are on you and looking forward to your useful steps inside the assembly and outside.


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Economy of Pakistan under PPP’s leadership


Asif  Ali Zardari

It saddens me when some people still supporting Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) . Some die heart supporters step ahead by saying any other government except PPP won’t be able to control the economy of the country.

Well, I am not an expert in the field of economics but I can surely say that the fall of Pakistani rupees value From Rs 60/$ to Rs 94/$ in four years is not a good sign at all.

According to the latest Economic Survey 2011-12, Pakistan’s debt has reached to Rs 12,024 bn. Last year, the debt was Rs 10,706 bn. The economic surveys further reveal that the debt has rise up to nearly 100% since the PPP government took over in 2008.

According to the official website of Pakistan Board of Investment, Foreign Direct Investment is decreasing each year since 2008. Again this is all because of the poor governance of the current so-called democratic PPP’s government. No nation can prosper with a huge debt and very low investments in development projects.

Despite the economic conditions, PPP government cannot refrain themselves from corruption in development projects and wasting honest tax-payers’ money. The justification which we get from PPP ministers is that “Corruption is their right!”.

The vision of providing basic human needs i.e. Roti, Kapra aur Makaan (Food, clothe and shelter) has been greatly ignored by the current PPP’s government and pity for a nation who still want to elect same PPP government in the next general elections.

It boils my blood when the same leaders of PPP don’t hesitate to say “Aaj jumhoriat ki jeet hoye hai (Today, it is victory of Democracy).”

The only thing we Pakistanis are missing is the honest and sincere leadership. This nation have an immense potential and will. Only honest and credible new leadership can restore the dignity and prosperity of Pakistan. Each individual Pakistani should play its part to throw this incompetent so-called “democratic” regime. For this, we must get rid of the mind set which makes you believe “but things can never change”.

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The Scientists are making their way to PTI


Now the Scientists are making their way to PTI. The joining of former Rector GIK Institute and ex Member Planning Commission of Pakistan, Dr. Shaukat Hameed Khan is in the NEWS these days. The brightest brains of Pakistan are joining PTI platform because they know this is the place from where they can deliver.

Consider if our Defence Minister is a Scientist, or Education Minister is a Scientist, or IT and Telecomm Minister is a Scientist, or Water and Power Development Minister is a Scientist, or Petroleum and Gas Minister is a Scientist. How well that Ministry will be run? Opening of new Research and Development centres and investment in R&D will be their priority.

The circle in Pakistan is completely opposite. Middle failed, fake degree holders are ruling the educated lot. We need to turn this phenomenon around. We need the brightest and best in the parliament. Its better to have higher educated profeesionals instead of fake degree holder jahils corrupts.

This step of Dr. Shaukat is a positive sign of Pakistani politics.

Leading scientist Dr. Shaukat Hameed joins PTI

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“Pakistan towards year 2050” by Dr Adnan Haider


A book, “Pakistan towards year 2050” will be published in June 2012.The author of the book is Dr Adnan Haider, PhD, member Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf,
Publisher: TheNextBigwriter Booksie, USA.

Dr Adnan Haider has written many books on similar topics. The book “Pakistan towards year 2050” describes some predictions, based on the facts, theories and possibilities in world politics. The book describes the role of United States, United Kingdom, France, China, Russia, India, Iran and Saudi Arabia in internal and external circumstances of Pakistan till the year 2050.

The book presents some facts about political revolutions in Pakistan from year 2013 to 2050. The book compares various political systems of the world and their implementation in Pakistan. The book has included the views of different political scientists, social scientists, policy makers, technocrats, senators, congressmen, professors and analysts from across the globe.

The university professors in American and European universities have given their opinions (predictions) about the movement of Pakistan’s politics from 2013 to 2050.

The author Dr Adnan Haider, PhD predicted the economical growth of Pakistan, the high technology’s future in Pakistan and the role of Pakistan as mediator between the Islamic world and the Western world in future. The next four decades (2010-2020, 2020-2030, 2030-2040 and 2040 to 2050) are very important for the next generations of Pakistanis.
The author is very realistic, practical and optimistic about the future of Pakistan.

The contents of the book “Pakistan towards year 2050” are:
CONTENTS:

  1. Pakistan’s Brief History
  2. Politics in Pakistan
  3. What can make Pakistan better
  4. How Pakistan can mingle among the Western Nations
  5. Pakistan on world map till 2050
  6. The role of Pakistan’s agencies for the growth of Pakistan
  7. The US Interests till 2050 in Pakistan
  8. India and Pakistan’s relations till 2050
  9. Pakistan,Iran,Afghanistan,South Asia and Central Asia till 2050
  10. The future economy of Pakistan
  11. The future of Political parties of Pakistan
  12. Pakistan’s role in the Muslim world
  13. Pakistan,secularism,capitalism,communism and Islam
  14. The Pakistan’s High Technology towards 2050
  15. The Nationalism towards 2050
  16. The risks for Pakistan for next 4 decades
  17. The Revolutions in Pakistan from 2013 to 2050
  18. Pakistan’s economic reforms till 2050
  19. Pakistan from ideology to implementation
  20. The feudals,armed forces,moderats,liberals and clerics in Pakistan.
  21. Predictions Vs Realities
  22. Assumptions Vs Facts
  23. What is next in Pakistan

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PTI Jalsa Site and Traffic Map for 25th Dec


Transport for the students

Conveyance available for PTI Jalsa on 25th Dec. All youth/students must reach the following points at10:30AM.

  1. NIPA
  2. PIDC
  3. Teen Talwar
  4. Malir Halt
  5. Practical Centre (13-D, Gulshan)
  6. Wireless, Shah Faisal
  7. Waterpump, Gulberg
  8. Agha Khan Uni
  9. Iqra University

For more details, Contact: 0321-2118953

PTI Jalsa Traffic Map

PTI Jalsa Traffic Map

PTI Jalsa Site Map

PTI Jalsa Site Map

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PTI National Unity Jalsa 25th December important guidelines


Elaborate security arrangements are being made, to ensure a peaceful event, with a massive crowd expected, we together need to ensure discipline amongst ourselves.

  1. Come early as the Jalsa is expected to start at 2pm
  2. Security check points will be to ensure safety of everyone, please corporate with the police and our volunteers
  3. Please pack WARM clothes as Karachi is experiencing a cold spell
  4. Please bring water and snacks
  5. It may be best to carry a darri so you can sit on the ground if there are not enough chairs
  6. There are 3 public entrance points for the Jalsa, please follow the
    1. Gate 1 = Ladies & Families
    2. Gate 2 & 3 = General
  7. Chairs are available but in limited quantity
  8. 4 large screens are available throughout the venue to allow adequate viewing, best views will be from the screens
  9. Audio will be loud and clear
  10. As usual be weary of Pickpockets, carry minimal cash and be watchful
  11. Due to a large crowd, YOU have to help us maintain discipline, each person must play their part in this landmark Jalsa and Inshallah it will be a proud moment for Karachi

Route Map

Coming from Shahrah-e-Qaideen

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Society Office Chowrangi
  2. Parking will be available at Kashmir Road
  3. Shuttles will transport you to the venue

Coming from MA Jinnah Road

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Numaish
  2. Parking will be available behind KG Ground
  3. Shuttles will trasport you to the venue

Coming from New MA Jinnah Road

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Madina Road or Allah Wali Masjid
  2. Parking will be available at the CDGK parking lot near Empress Market
  3. Shuttles will transport you to the venue

Coming from Guru Mander

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Guru Mander
  2. Parking will be available in the side streets
  3. Shuttles will transport you to the venue

Coming from Jail Road

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Peoples Chowk / Secretariat Chowrangi
  2. Parking will be available in the side streets and Islamia College
  3. Shuttles will transport you to the venue

Coming from Britto Road

  1. Barricade will stop all vehicular traffic at Soldier Bazar
  2. Parking will be available at Nishtar Park
  3. Shuttles will transport you to the venue

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What would I do if I became the Prime Minister of a Country


Some months ago, I was asked by a freind (infact a critic of mine) that What would I do if I am made the Prime Minister of Pakistan. At that time I just ignored that guy and replied that I dont want to become the Prime Minister because I know my weaknesses and I know that I simply cant run the whole country.
*Fast forwarding*, We were given an home assingment recently in the course Engineering Economics, a weird assignment I consider. We have to write Advantages and Disadvantages of Becoming a Prime Minister of a Country. Now, I just wonder what would be the ‘Disadvantage’ of becoming the Prime Minister. Anyways, while I was working on this assignment, the guy who asked me What would I do, If I am made the Prime Minister clicked on my mind and I thought Why dont I answer this question instead of doing some stupid assingments 😀 . So here it is:

End to Corruption:

I believe if the Prime Minister is sincere and honest she/he can definitely reduce corruption in bureaucratic offices. According to a report, the bureaucracy tops the list of most corrupt institutions in Pakistan . I would take strict action against those who is found guilty of corruption in state’s high offices like Police, Courts, Customs and Excise, Income Tax etc.

Fighting Poverty and Hunger:

Millions of people go to bed hungry, and many of them die due to hunger. Therefore, If I became the Prime Minister of our Country, It will be my foremost efforts to reduce poverty by providing the people basic education plus technical skills. This will surely help those people earning their living. I would device such policies that aim that creating more job opportunities and enabling ownership of assets to the poor.

Independence from Foreign Aid:

The leaders of the developed nations loot other nations of their freedom, wealth and brains and in turn send those nations with “aids,” the very “aid” which is recovered with much more than the actual amount. And these great leaders are lauded with Nobel prizes for such acts of charity . In other words, Foreign Aid doesn’t help much in our case. Therefore, to work more efficiently and effectively, we must rely on our own strength and say no to Foreign Aid.

Generate Revenue Through Tax:

During the economic crises, it is very difficult to generate funds for development projects, especially when we don’t want to rely on foreign aid. One of the most important ways for any Government to generate funds is through taxes. In a country like ours, taxes is imposed on already poverty stricken masses while the elites don’t feel like giving even a single penny in tax. Our policy will be such that we force the elites of the country to pay due tax in time. This revenue through taxes will be utilized in creating more jobs and raising the standards of the poor.

End the VIP culture:

We have to admit that the same luxurious life cannot be provided to everyone due to limitations of the resources. The imbalance between different people is inevitable. What we can do is to reduce this gap by putting an end on the VIP culture by setting an example in simple living and an austere lifestyle. This way we can earn the trust of the masses and utilizing the funds in more development projects which will be the pride of the whole nation.

Promote Regional Peace:

We will promote regional peace and strengthen our relationships with friendly countries. Instead of spending a massive amount of GDP to maintain and upgrade our already existing mountains of nuclear weapons, we will try to buy weapons that help us in fighting growing poverty, inflation, illiteracy and unemployment.

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