Imran Khan, honest and efficient PM

Pakistani politics is trying to bring ‘rain without clouds’. But maybe there is a whirlwind, so that everyone can become paralyzed. As a result, strange contrasts have occurred. For example, it is not the case that the grapefruit cannot be rolled on time, not even with fruit baking. In fact, timing is an important factor in all work!

Former cricketer Prime Minister Imran Khan has begun to play a role, hoping to pull off Pakistan’s economy and governance, which is drowned in unrest. In the meantime, as Narendra Modi-ruled India appeared in Kashmir as an “occupying force”, this issue has apparently got the first Pakistan leader to fight for Kashmir internationally, known as honest, the oligarchy, zealous leader of the modern state. This time, sentimental people will rarely be found who have not appreciated or touched Imran’s UN speeches. That is what we call ‘throwing hard truths over the face’. Therefore, the opposition India was on the verge of ‘tackling’ the passage, not contradicting the speech.

On the one hand, the devotees claim that no national leader in Pakistan’s politics, other than their father Mohammed Ali Jinnah, is populist at Imran. But Pakistan is not in a position to fulfill its own national interests, because of its use in the War on Terror for American interests. In this distressed state, politicians wondered what else they might have to do. Putting all the blame on America’s neck, they thought the duty had been done. Besides, they have no role to play. And naturally the economic situation in the country is broken. Amidst this overwhelming frustration, last year, Pakistan saw the emergence of ‘a leader of hope’ and the emergence of Imran as prime minister. Needless to say, none of them expected that Imran had a lamp in his hand and that if he rubbed it or would just collapse the economy, Imran would just fix it again.

They are at least as ‘public’ as possible. So there was hope for a minimally honest man who has no account of stealing money abroad, who will earnestly and faithfully make a sincere effort in his new initiative to bring the economy back to its peak. Imran came up with this kind of hope. As Pakistan’s economy plummeted, its ray had not yet been cut. It will take some time for the Iranian government to take many positive decisions and take corrective measures, but it will take some time.

Pakistan was actually used for a long time for foreign interests. And on this occasion, Pakistan fell into focus on being robbed by the indigenous rulers. The national election of 20 was held in such a state that it did not have the capacity to carry the government or run the government for only three months of the cash that it takes to run the government.

And that’s where Imran Khan came to power. Of course, there were allegations, and there are still allegations that the Pakistan Army has done wrong to gain power. On the contrary, many also defended that the army knew exactly that they needed a new face and new initiatives to pull the country’s economy and public life from falling. They saw Imran as a relatively capable man. It is an old fact that the army is ‘getting its hands on’ politics in Pakistan, but it is not the only truth. There are at least three more important truths – one. In the Cold War era (1-5), America was able to operate only a small number of states under its block.

Two. From the birth of the Kashmir issue, it has to be a country with small economies but skilled army and huge expenditure resources. The army thought that the level of government support behind the force would be met if the government needed it. So whatever the role of the army in politics, the larger negative role of their widespread abuse is far greater; And three. The reality is that the occupation of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union in response to the Iranian Revolution and its subsequent withdrawal – and that Pakistan could no longer be ‘for itself’ in the wake of American strategic interests in US foreign policy; Pakistan has become an American tool.

So, despite all of Pakistan’s great failures and despair, Imran is now a symbol of hope and hope. It seems that Pakistan is trying to do something for itself for the first time after 20 years. This is what Pakistan’s public perception is now.

Meanwhile, the contradiction is now spread around a name – Maulana Fazlur Rahman. Many have said that in the past, he had a major role in bringing all of Pakistan’s “Islamic” politics to a common alliance (at various times since the time of Ziaul Haq). But there is a lot left to be understood as to whether or not ‘Islamic politics’ is really a step forward or if it is a guarantee of something good, that is to say it under Islamic names. Politicians in Pakistan now imprisoned for corruption or accused of corruption

A large number of ‘anti-corruption laws’ were unfit for the court to stand in the last election – in which case they stuck themselves in the ‘Islamic law’ they created, obscure laws were used against them. The leaders of Pakistan’s ‘Islamic’ politics, including Fazlur Rahman, played a role in making these laws. Neither Nawaz Sharif nor Bhutto’s party subsequently got the opportunity to amend it (a Constitutional View Commission was formed in the parliament to bring about the 9th Amendment in 27); Rather, Nawaz’s party was interrupted. But next time it’s the first Nawaz himself was the victim.

For more details, see Sections 12 and 5 of Ziaul Haq’s tenure, which demands that the representative of the public should be ‘Sadiq’ or ‘Truthful’ and ‘Amin’ or faithful. Otherwise, a High Court judge may disqualify him. And in the last election, the indirect army did not allow many (at least 5) potential candidates of the Muslim League and the People’s Party to stand in the election, which apparently made them ineligible. So now they will do a comprehensive and realistic assessment of what Islamic law is and for whom or against whom it was used? We have not heard of any such wish.

Now why is Maulana ‘Fazlur Rahman’s movement’? What does this mean? One hypothesis is that Pakistan has found its way out of the crisis of its economy and governance; Although not figured out, it will take time. In this sense, the government of Imran is starting to settle down a bit. But politicians, including Maulana Fazlur Rahman, who are in opposition, especially those in jail or those who were unable to stand or were defeated in the last election, are in a bad state.

They are also seeking some favorable share in the sense of benefit for themselves. However, the fact that the opponents are in bad shape is not a credit to Imran; This is the failure of the opponents themselves. They all want to be active again in anti-politics. But he could not confirm it in his own time. But they have got and taken a ‘third party’, which can help them negotiate with the government.

Significantly, both Nawaz and Bhutto have supported his movement from the outside, keeping ahead of Maulana Fazlur Rahman. That is, it is basically this Maulana movement alone. Nawaz-Bhutora does not attach himself to the responsibility of any ‘Islamic politics’. And Fazlur Rahman’s support is basically the Saudi government. Why are the young men eager to support him?

The great crisis in Saudi Arabia today is not merely to save the monarchy or to save it from the Iranian threat. It is said that within the next 20 years, the current world will not be able to continue using fossil fuels or soil oil. The world will move slowly towards alternative and renewable fuels, though.

Given the huge investment in discovering or operating electric or battery powered vehicles, it can be inferred somewhat. So before this change, Saudi Arabia wants to make its business investments dependent on other business investments, not just oil sales. To achieve this goal, the country has taken a huge action plan to reach it by 20. But this is a very risky decision and plan.

First, it began in ‘old age’. As with less than one-tenth of the capital than the Saudis, UAE’s other business has entered the last century alone. For example, Dubai has launched the number one airline company (Emirates) and the big airport (Dubai) in the 21st. Meanwhile, the Saudis have come together and want to invest abroad. The Saudis have invested $ 20 billion in Pakistan this year and India about $ 22 billion, a large part of which is in the oil refinery.

One of the major problems is the nature of their ‘king’ – the feudal or feudal, foolish king; So it’s easy to slice everything into something as simple as this – the possibility of it all the time. Therefore, fear of everlasting their rule is always there. At this time, the modern state spends money to increase its influence on other states so that it can have at least trade and commerce. It is alleged that the Saudis spent money to sustain their kingdom. Another monarchy but ‘smart’ businessman is Qatar.

The high-tech business is exporting at least six types of finished products from tanker ships that carry heavy gas export and aluminum from its own mine. Saudi Arabia threatens them. And Qatar has established a permanent base of the Turkish army by signing a deal with Turkey. What is the benefit of the Saudis? Why didn’t they understand it before? The net result is not just Iran; Turkey also created another major Saudi rival.

Pakistan does not mean money as a state; Yet Pakistan is much more developed and developed than many countries. The country is a modern Republic. Pakistan now has a deep relationship with NATO member Turkey in the sale of weapons and materials related to defense. Meanwhile, Iran-Pakistan’s turbulent ties are now very close because of Imran’s initiative. Earlier prime ministers thought that relying on some monarchical countries and leaving Iran in the lurch, was the only diplomacy.

Imran has shown that he can bring in 20 billion Saudi investments, some millions of dollars in grants, and the young man can be a special friend of MBS. Furthermore, it can open the door for closer ties with Iran. Not only that, you can even try to mediate the Iran-Saudi conflict. Do you see the success of Nawaz Sharif, now a businessman established by Pakistan, or the successor of Benazir, an Oxford graduate?

The diplomatic relations of this period are different. This is not the Cold War era. At this time, China-India will compete fiercely and at the same time will cooperate fiercely, and will also form the basis of some lasting understanding. Everything will be issue-based, each issue has a different strategy. Cooperation between the two countries on an issue, co-operation on an issue.

Very likely the young man’s idea, to try to squeeze or size Imran’s Turkish proximity

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