As a Pakistani, what is the biggest lie that the Pakistani government has been telling the Pakistani people?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 24, 2020 04:55 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 24, 2020 04:55 AM

1.Liaquat Ali Khan was in actuality a man who betrayed Jinnah, not patriotic and for this very reason, relations between them were only limited to the public. Not only this, Quaid invited both the Nawab of Bahawalpur and Bhopal to be the first prime minister of Pakistan but they had to decline which only left Liaquat Ali Khan for the job. The reason Jinnah didn’t oust him before independence was because Muslims couldn’t afford a break of leadership at that time which Jinnah knew. Furthermore, the Quaid even refused to let Liaquat visit him in person when he was dying knowing his ill intentions.

Source: The Murder of History by a well-known historian.

2. Our Resolution day is actually on 24 March, solid evidence of meetings testify to that, we have been told that it is the 23rd of March. A lot of other factual details have also been fabricated in our government produced history textbooks.

3. The Pakistan Army is not corrupt and is as clean as it can get. No thank you, 50 commercial entities are being run by the Pakistan army which includes public limited companies, housing schemes, and whatnot, where does all of that revenue go? Towards the pleasure of some generals. Apart from this, we have to give 20% of our federal budget to them which results in underdevelopment in critical areas like the education sector.

4. A presidential form of government will be bad for us. Really? In the current parliamentarian system, a common man cannot run to head the state unless he is a bigwig politician who owns an entire political party. On top of that, if you manage to get elected as a member of parliament whether, on the local or federal level, you will be wasting taxpayer money because due to the lack of separation of powers, our executive is busy in horse-trading instead of legislation.

This sets the barrier to entry in politics very high which needs to change so I the common man could hope to go into politics without compromising on my principles and kissing up on others. Imran Khan wants this change but other cronies are resisting it like always.

5. Benazir Bhutto is some kind of saint in that she deserves all of the melodrama surrounding her personality because she died being shot in office. No thank you, she was a corrupt prime minister and not in any way a great woman just because she was the first woman prime minister of Pakistan.

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