Education Sector

Topics: Pakistan, Pakistan Peoples Party, President of Pakistan Pages: 3 (914 words) Published: December 2, 2012

Islamic Republic of Pakistan, a country of 170 million people, full of natural resources and more than 60 years of independence but still not respected in the world community. In less than 30 years of independence, it’s one wing gets separated (Bangladesh). Remaining part till today is living on IMF, World Bank and foreign donations. Majority of the population is living in rural areas without basic necessities of life. It is a country where financial gap between rich and poor is widening day by day. From the last 10 years, extremism is increasing. What ever happens in the world it is almost understood even before investigations that it will have a link with Pakistan. Almost every kind of problem exists in Pakistan, including electricity load-shedding, bad economy, less educational facilities, less hospitals, inflation and no pure water in many parts. These problems exist in Pakistan right from its independence which as mentioned above was more than sixty years ago. Thus in these 60 years, why our beloved country is not among developed nations even with so many natural resources? Like China, it got independence after us and is now a super power in the world. Like Japan whose major cities were bombed to ashes and has no natural resources but still today they are world economic power. If one would think about the reasons for the problems which Pakistan is facing today, there are numerous. But above all is one. i.e., politicians. “Do our politicians represent our people”? In a democratic system, the elected people should represent the nation so that nation should have faith on their decision. They should think for the betterment of their people and country. In case of Pakistan, look at our politicians. Majority of them are only interested in securing their seat in national assembly through any means. Many of them have criminal cases on them. And above all, there are people who cheated constitution of Pakistan but...
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