Government needs to standardise education across the country as a policy, and integrate it into mainstream sectors.
To save Pakistan people need to protest peacefully in the streets, demand govt resign and insist upon midterm polls.
I resigned because I didn’t want to be part of a government which had trampled over my maroora’s (people) rights.
Had PECO been passed in its current format, incidents of human rights abuse and failed prosecutions would have ensued.
The real terrorists are who deny professionals their salaries and enjoy a good life of the stolen wealth of taxpayers.
An MP’s duty is to the people and, as a consequence, to his or her party — not the other way around.
Parliament’s utility as well as the executive’s governance is under serious doubt.
The change we are chasing, the revolution we are dreaming of, needs state functions to work seamlessly for people.
There is tremendous pressure on nuclear Pakistan to deliver as a developing state, to not become a failed state.
Only the directly affected come out on the streets in Pakistan.