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The real measure of development: the well-being of the people

By: Najeeb Bhatti

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s view is that no country can develop where a small section is rich and the rest is a sea of ​​poor. Addressing the inauguration ceremony of Construction Expo 2021 in Islamabad, he said that the real goal of my government’s policies is to elevate the poor and thus make millions of Pakistanis prosperous. Referring to his election slogan of making New Pakistan, he made it clear that New Pakistan is the name of a change of system and attitude which requires constant and long struggle. This can not be done by just pressing a button, so it will take time for this change to take place. This opinion of the Prime Minister is certainly the result of accurate understanding of the facts after 3 years of government experience. During the first three years of his government, his economic strategies continued to change and policies changed. At present the economy is in the hands of the fourth finance minister and the Prime Minister in his view has said that he understands things. So if after three years of experience, the government is able to devise and implement such a strategy, which will result in making millions of poor people prosper, instead of scrapping the national wealth in a few hands, they will have all the necessary facilities of life. Providing and providing equitable opportunities for higher education and development in every area of ​​life on the basis of merit alone, would certainly not be a bargain. With a view to improving the construction industry, providing loans to banks on easy terms to build houses for low-income citizens across the country can certainly play a vital role in the rapid recovery and development of the economy. However, the ever-increasing prices of Syria and electricity and gas, however, are adversely affecting people’s purchasing power and promotion of industries, so effective measures to control inflation must be adopted. The Prime Minister has repeatedly expressed his desire to adopt China’s model as a model for eliminating poverty from the country, and he also reiterated his stance yesterday. At the same time, he also said that if Pakistan has to move forward, it can proceed only according to the state of Madina. The question is how can these two paths be adopted simultaneously? According to the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah of Madinah, 100% of basic human rights were guaranteed; there was a world of freedom of expression that a common citizen could account for in the crowd, unaware of the time, the choice of the chief government. In general, it was practiced by the free will of the people, whereas in China there is a completely different system. So the Prime Minister should make up his mind about this. On the other hand, fortunately the unanimous constitution of Pakistan guarantees full implementation of all the conditions of the Islamic State of Madinah and if this constitution is implemented in the true sense, it will be possible to end poverty as history has shown. Within a few years, there was such a wonderful and pleasant change in the state that people were searching for the zakat eligible and no zakat was found. The whole nation is already unanimous in this constitution, so if the government pledges to implement it in its true spirit, then there can be a complete end to national disasters and all kinds of economic and social injustice.

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