Rulers of any nation decides its destiny – Eagle Eye
When people in power resort to corrupt practices, then a nation is destined to face decline. PM Imran Khan said that “twenty-five years ago, he and his friends named the party after the concept of Insaf (justice) because, without justice, corruption cannot be eliminated.” Says, his sole purpose of joining politics 25 years ago was to see a corruption-free Pakistan.
He lauds PTI government’s achievements over last 3 years; says no other government could do what PTI did for country’s betterment.
Imran Khan says “It is corruption which pushes a country towards decline.” He is absolutely right no country can attain success and prosperity until it punishes the culprits and corrupts.
Before coming into power leaders of PTI ensured accountability of the corrupt elements with the aim to utilize national resources for the masses. PTI had the vision to enforce a transparent and fair system of accountability to punish the corrupt and put them behind the bars.
PTI introduced a new kind of politics based on corruption-free system and service to the humanity which could wipe out forever the dirty politics of all big fish enjoying the VIP status in Pakistan. They ensured provision of equal rights to every citizen of the country.
Imran Khan is only ray of hope for Pakistani people just because of his principle stance on the issues. He is of the view that it was unfortunate that a culture of loot and plunder had been promoted by the corrupt elements and there was no appropriate system to nab them.
He said that PTI will shape a new Pakistan where the plunderers of national will be put behind the bars instead of being rulers of the country. He said that PTI government will bring back each and every penny of national wealth from these plunderers through accountability. He urged the workers to spread the message of Imran Khan to the doorstep of every common man with the aim to bring real change in Pakistan.
General Musharraf introduced NAB to ostensibly control corruption, Pakistan’s current Prime Minister, Imran Khan, took it a step further, initiating an ambitious anti-corruption plan (which was the main slogan of his election campaign in 2018).Both have failed miserably and instead, corruption increased significantly. According to the Transparency International report, Pakistan’s score is 31 out of 100 and the country is ranked at 124th out of 180 countries, and the score has increased four times since 2012.
Corruption is a universal phenomenon that’s present in all countries in varying forms and degrees. Its roots date back to the colonial period when the British awarded lands and titles to their loyalists, leading to nepotism and corruption, but the party who achieved mandate on the basis that corruption will be ended.
So why have Imran Khan’s good intentions, when it comes to controlling the widespread corruption in state departments, failed?
This failure is a result of misunderstanding the nature, characteristics, patterns and organizational structure needed to devise anti-corruption strategies, I saw on social media that one Pakistani Whistleblower is requesting for Justice and set eyes on present Government as previous two Government failed to administrate justice
I think PTI Government should encourage whistle blowers like Aamir Ahsan Khan who is deprived of his legitimate reward and Tamgha e imtiaz promised by state. – PUNA