Why should Pakistan elect Imran Khan?

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Why should Pakistan elect Imran Khan?

Mudassir Ali 11 months 2 Answers 167 views

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  1. Originally Answered: Why did Pakistan elect Imran Khan for Pakistan prime minister?

    Pakistani people did not elect Imran Khan.

    Rather he was selected by Pakistani army and ISI by putting army personnel inside pol booth and subverting their election commission.

    Also this rigging was done in such a manner so that his party doesn’t get simple majority and to form the government he had to take support of other designated parties selected by their army and ISI.

    The proof is that at present baring few full cabinet of Imran Khan is of non-elected people selected by their army and ISI (these people were in the Cabinet of Musharaff, when he was president of Pakistan).

    Please don’t blame Pakistani people for making Imran Khan as their PM.

  2. Hypothetically, aspiring candidates for the PM slot after the 2018 elections are most likely: Imran Khan, Shahbaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari, Nisar Ali Khan.

    Let’s consider the qualities that an aspiring candidate for Prime Minister should possess: physical & mental health, being well spoken, educational qualification, honesty & trustworthiness, financial integrity, vision, administrative ability, the skill to motivate, an ability to lead from the front, being steadfast & courageous.

    Suppose we allocate 10 marks for each quality & apply to the aspiring candidates :

    Imran Khan- 90/100

    Physical & mental health- 9/10. Being well spoken- 8/10. Educational qualification- 9/10. Honesty & trustworthiness- 10/10, Financial integrity- 10/10, Vision- 8/10, Administrative ability- 8/10. The Skill to motivate- 9/10. An ability to lead from the front- 10/10. Being steadfast & courageous- 9/10.

    Shehbaz Sharif- 65/100

    Physical & mental health- 8/10. Being well spoken- 8/10. Educational qualification- 6/10. Honesty & trustworthyness- 5/10, Financial integrity- 5/10, Vision- 5/10, Administrative ability- 9/10. The Skill to motivate- 7/10. An ability to lead from the front- 5/10. Being steadfast & courageous- 7/10.

    Asif Ali Zardari- 63 /100

    Physical & mental health- 7/10. Being well spoken- 9/10. Educational qualification- 6/10. Honesty & trustworthiness- 3/10, Financial integrity- 3/10, Vision- 5/10, Administrative ability- 5/10. The Skill to motivate- 9/10. An ability to lead from the front- 7/10. Being steadfast & courageous- 9/10.

    Nisar Ali Khan-67 /100

    Physical & mental health- 8/10. Being well spoken- 8/10. Educational qualification- 8/10. Honesty & trustworthiness- 8/10, Financial integrity- 8/10, Vision- 5/10, Administrative ability- 5/10. The Skill to motivate- 5/10. An ability to lead from the front- 5/10. Being steadfast & courageous- 7/10.

    This is my personal assessment, I don’t know how the people of Pakistan will assess them on the 25th of July. Collective wisdom is always better than an individual’s wisdom. Please wait and see how things will unfold on the evening of the 25th July 2018.

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