Role of overseas Pakistanis in the development of Pakistan 143


Dear friends

Asslam O Alaikum

Current prevailing situation in our beloved country is a matter of concern for all of us, political unrest, energy crises, declining foreign exchange reserves, out flow of investments and above all, alarming increase in violence are posing a real threat to economic and social stability in Pakistan.

Our problems are deep rooted and require a lot of struggle and hardship to overcome. Here I want to start some discussions about the problems our country is facing and how we can help to overcome these problems. I have noticed that many knowledgeable Pakistani friends do visit this site frequently. I would like to take this opportunity to invite them to take part in these discussions and oblige us. I myself am not highly educated and expert Pakistani but I am sure that a lot of visiting friends do have the ability and expertise to participate and share their views with other friends. I can reserve a separate domain for this purpose but let us start from here first.

First of all let us discuss about the role of overseas Pakistanis in the development of Pakistan, how we can help to bring progress and prosperity in Pakistan.

God bless you all.

Best Regards

Admin

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  • Nasir Ahmed awan

    Dear Sir

    My name is Nasir Ahmad. Gujrat resident of Pakistan. In Saudi Arabia for 15 years in municipal day
    At hard labor in the Gujaat city full of paper which I have bought a plot.
    Influential people on my plot is occupied by the ill-fought court cases in 8 years, but no justice did not.
    Lost My blood sweat earned savings. Influential people to court because neither police nor the Department have been my help, I learn from those risks. For God will save me and my children. Help me to be orphaned and support staff. Crore which took place away
    Help me Help me Help me for God.
    Nasir Ahmad Awan
    Gujrat
    Contact me
    009230062373

  • F. Haq

    I am pleased to visit your blog, I simply can feel your affection, love and ‘satisfaction abt living in Pk’ throughout the words and dedication by posting as much information to rebuild the best image of Pakistan in the OPs. I therefore want to know about that how OP women can contribute in the development of Pk. I have feelings that the young boys and girls who are educated I want them to give free education to at least one poor and uneducated child in their neighbourhood, streets or city instead of wasting time by doing nothing the whole day. At least our future generation can read and write by our present generation in this hard time.
    Thanks and Allah bless us

  • Chaudhry

    Please circulate among your friends as well

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    Live TV debates in Pakistan 2013 Election among all parties.
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    Why in Pakistan media is not arranging Live TV debates among all the parties before 2013 election, that if they come in power how they are going to resolve Pakistan major issues and problems.

    Pakistan major problems: —– Corruption, War on terror, Economic Policies, Employment, ETC…

    Overseas Pakistanis and Pakistanis living in Pakistan should know how these parties going to resolve these problems and what are their manifesto. There
    should be couple of debates. — We think between 5 to 10 total debates.

    We like to request each Pakistani to stand up and ask for live TV debates among all the parties.

    Tell your media start preparing about that immediately starting 2012 new year. With out that we never know which party have the talent ?

    Benefits

    · Television and radio stations must broadcast many debates, and this allows the public to learn more about the issues and parties. In this way, the debates help educate voters, enabling them to make more informed decisions at the ballot box. Other debates provide opportunities for citizens and representatives of advocacy organizations to speak and be heard on political issues. After debates among parties for elected office, the parties who is perceived to have given the strongest performance may experience an increase in voter support, as measured by public opinion polls.

    Overseas Pakistani youth council

    http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/PakistanProblemsandSolutions/message/643

    • SH

      there are already 100 or more debates on tv channels every day. but the party reps just bark at each other like dogs. they lie on TV without fear.

  • Mohammed Amin Din

    Dear Friends,

    Its wonderful to see so many concerned with the welfare of Pakistan and the development of its economy. Unfortunately the reality of this is that it is a mammoth task but we are lead by a group of self centred hypocrites who have only selfish goals at heart.

    I have worked for a charitable organisation for 15 years and for 8 of those years I have had dealings with the Consulate of Pakistan in Bradford. A government outpost run by the most incompetent people in the world. Its not the clerks its the Consul Generals these senior officers who think they live in the time of the British Raj and expect you to bow to them.

    On one occasion I wrote to one Consul General only to get a telephone reply by his clerk “How dare you write to him do you know who he is?” “He is the representative of the president of Pakistan” Well I told him that he was a public servant that is what we call them in England. ‘Awaam Ka Nauker’ he did not like it and told me not to come to the Consulate.

    Good luck to you all.

    Amin
    amin.786@hotmail.co.uk

  • MUHAMMAD KHALID

    I am working in Kuwait, the Pakistani here are suffering from so many problems but no one is taking care ,so many families were deported without any reason even they had completed all legal requirements ,the govt of Pakistan even cannot ask them about this act .Our govt only want to collect money from overseas but not taking any action .This is rather disgraceful for a Pakistani to be deported as he is legal ,i want to sue against Pakistan govt not taking care of their nationals abroad,sorry to my Govt

  • MUHAMMAD KHALID

    I am working in Kuwait, the Pakistani here are suffering from so many problems but no one is taking care ,so many families were deported without any reason even they had completed all legal requirements ,the govt of Pakistan even cannot ask them about this act .Our govt only want to collect money from overseas but not taking any action .This is rather disgraceful for a Pakistani to be deported as he is legal ,i want to sue against Pakistan govt not taking care of there nationals abroad,sorry to my Govt

  • Molvi_Whisky

    On a practical note, remit only a small amount to keep your family, don’t build big bungalows, save the rest and buy a used plant in West and start value adding on natural resources. Remember energy is a problem in Pakistan, so do make allowance for energy generation as well.

  • Molvi_Whisky

    I was researching Coal in Pakistan saving along sites, and bumped into this one. One look told me it’s nothing usual and I didn’t even have to go further than 2 or 3 comments as I thought it’s all a blame game. But let me add my view. The biggest problem of Pakistan is “The Pakistani”.
    Of over 25 countries I’ve visited, I can pass a qualified comment, Pakistan is not that bad in terms of cost of life, availability, security even now (90% of latin america is off limits even during day time, NY subways are riskier than any spot in Waziristan anytime…)resources, climate, water resources God given factors. Back to people Entrepreneur – is only concerned with quick buck, and hoarding, Labour likes playing games – see Young Doctors, the ring leaders heard were merely doing their rotation, heck trainees. A Pakistani doesn’t follow rules – traffic, or in the que at the bank.
    When most people are not just, God sends to you what you deserve – a corrupt tyrant who is one of you. If you still think it’s bull, go to ordinary streets, and the overflowing raw sewage because instead of pooling money to fix the problem, a Pakistani would raise his whole house 2 feet, but dumb mule won’t understand he cannot avoid the street. True 40% of voter list is bogus, what abt the 60% which is genuine and votes to power the biggest thieves in the world – the old established order.
    “A million revolutions will fail, unless you let a revolutionary change happen in your skull”

  • faisal humayun

    hi we are still playing our part by sending foreign exchange to pakistan because we patriot but on other side all politicians and top beaurocrates are corrupt basically what we are reading on newspapers and media that is only smart part that corruption by politicians as well as industrialist and top officials still their are 80% things hidden.if conditions of our country are better so then why our people working abroad i have my personal plan to develop my country thats is only way we can achieve

    I TRIED TO BE STAY HONEST SPEAK TRUTH AND ADVISE OTHERS TO STAY HONEST

  • Kausar A Khan

    There have been many proposals which have been floated for the last more than 50 years. But the problem is that the persons at the helm of affairs never take care and do not want to attend proposals conducive to the welfare of people and homeland. They remain busy looking after their own interests in non-permissible ways. The question is how to get good leadership. This is only possible when the God fearing, patriotic educated people admonish their illiterate friends, relatives and secular individuals whom they know, to vote for right and honest people. I think majority of voter know the individual to whom they are going to vote for. If they do not act , the situation is not going to change and more than 100 Ministers , dishonest parliament members and corrupt bureaucracy through their negative acts will lead our homeland to complete disaster.
    K A Khan