– Miftah Ismail, former Federal Finance Minister, says that Pakistan is built for a particular elite class, and its law is governed by the same.
Addressing a ceremony in Karachi, Miftah Ismail, the leader of the Muslim League (N) spoke about the digital census. He questioned how a 3% growth rate could be possible for the entire country in the census. He stated that 9 million children are born every year.
Miftah Ismail said that he believes there is ambiguity in the current census. He thinks that Pakistan should undergo another population census throughout the country. Tablets have already been purchased, and it will cost 17 to 18 billion rupees. If this expense is incurred, there will be no problem, and the money will be spent within the country.
He said that it is not possible for the country to have a 3% growth rate and for 9 million children to be born until the nexus of the ruling elite is broken. The situation will not improve unless the population growth ratio is adjusted both in the country and in Karachi. This is a serious concern.
He stated that we have fallen behind even in developing countries. Pakistan is built for a particular elite class, and its law is governed by the same.
A few days ago, while addressing the German Consulate, Miftah Ismail confessed that our institutions are not active, and the system is firmly in the hands of the elite.
“We have the weakest governance in the world. Our institutions are not active, and the system is firmly in the hands of the elite. This is not just about the severity of our justice system; our system of justice requires a lot of time.”