Prime Minister Imran Khan and PTI government - Performance watch thread

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  1. iZaman
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    Thanks for stating the sensible thing..

    Trump and the US army is right now stuck in Afghanistan. NATO has left the country and 70 percent of Afghanistan is under Taliban government. The Afghan government and Indian proxies along with the Northern alliance are trying their best to sabotage any deals so they can further their agendas in the country but Taliban is gaining more and more power which might lead to a Vietnam situation if the US don't strike a deal.
     
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    Sure, I know that, however, what I was curious to know is this "US is leaving Afghanistan".

    Thats why I wondering is it a new development or wishful thinking.

    Things might change, US might leave but atm it is not the case.
     
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    That was only legal mechanism at that point. If Jinnah had waited about or thrown few more sops at the "Maharaja", he might have ceded to pak. alas, Jinnah ordered the pashtun terrorist, sorry non state actors to conquer Kashmir. The Maharaja knew he would hanged in public and ceded to India. The rest as they say is, history.

    Unfortunately for pak, India used pak action in Kashmir as a precedence to take over Junagadh. Poorly thought out decision by Jinnah.
     
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    Well from what I read they were planning to leave and John Bolton was up in arms and left... Then the taliban bombed something and a few us soldiers died and trump walked it back.. Hence why I said initial plan. But its trump, he'll do whatever his ego dictates.
     
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    Lol how are Indian kashmiris doing? I can walk into Azad Kashmir tomorrow and I'll have no issues... Can't say the same for IOK. AS for those pashtun ' terrorists' god bless them because it's thanks to them that Azad Kashmiris live in peace.
     
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    Well pak's use of terrorists, sorry, non state actors continues to this day starting with Jinnah. I credit PMIK's candor in admitting that pak sponsors and uses terrorists to this day.

    too bad for the commandos in '65 who got handed over by happy Kashmiris.
     
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    Junagdha... That's by gujrat? Another example of brilliant Indian cohesion :D u know the place where a fascist politician encouraged communal murder... Wonder what happened to him... Ohh wait.

    As for the pashtuns they did a brilliant job and Azad Kashmiris will be eternally grateful. Indians declaring anyone terrorists is worthless. And kinda funny, given Indian crimes being committed in kashmir. Let's ask the Kashmiris how they're doing post commandos:D
    Village idiot strikes again.
     
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    Meh. Jinnah's use of terrorism potentially cost pak the rest of Kashmir and has left pak at the mercy of India for its water supply. So If pak is happy with POK, goood for them. In 70 years of trying, they haven't gotten much of the rest.

    Of course, India designation doesn't matter, but FATF is another matter. Given the heartburn here about FATF by a few posters, I'm guessing that matters.
     
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    Lol village idiot is talking about taking kashmir... Looks like someone is butt hurt that we can live in peace in Azad Kashmir.
    Im sure modis fascist tendencies extend towards taking over Azad Kashmir.....
     
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    are you ok? that was just plain gibberish. Let me explain slowly.

    1)Jinnah used Pashtun terrorists/ non state actors to get all of Kashmir
    2) Those Pashtun terrorists/non state actors were repulsed by Indian army after Maharaja ceded to India
    3)pak has been crying fro rest Kashmir for about 70 years with no change.
     
  11. Mycroft Holmes
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    Terrorists? Why because Indians say so? You'd have an iota of credibility of you didn't shamelessly shill for Hindu fascists who commit all sorts of atrocities in kashmir.
    Those pashtuns saved millions from what we see today.
     
  12. Del
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    Maharaja signed an Instrument of Accession, handing over control of defense, external affairs and communications to the Government of India. He never dish out Kashmir to India, which is IoK.

    Inline is the letter.

    http://www.jammu-kashmir.com/documents/harisingh47.html

    The letter states that the accession is conditional and the final future of the state shall be decided by the people of Kashmir.

    So now question backfires, why India is still having more than 900K troops in IoK despite of having conditional accession?
     
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    apparently th brits thought so too. That's why all the brit army officers serving in pak army threatened to quit if jinnah continued with his use of non state actors.
     
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    Becos Pak didn't hold up its end of the bargain by pulling out all its troops, even though Nehru being the idiot kept his word by giving article 370 to JK, unilaterally I might add in early 50's. Of course he was idiotic to sign the water treaty. A good leader for /india would have made pak suffer with water control.
     
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    I am 1000% certain you didnt even understand what I said, let me try once again and it has nothing to do with Pakistan - so dont confuse it with Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Also, I am not saying that give IoK to Pakistan.

    The letter states that the accession is conditional and the final future of the state shall be decided by the people of Kashmir.

    http://www.jammu-kashmir.com/documents/harisingh47.html

    Therefore, when things become normal latter, why India is still having more than 900K troops in IoK despite of having conditional accession? Why cant Kashmir's live independently (again, I am not saying they should merge with Pakistan) ?
     
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    what a load of nonsense. don't bring up pak perfidy and skullduggery! pak laerend in 65 didn't they with their commandos getting handed over to Indian army by locals.

    jinnah and pak screwed things up for Kashmirs with their use of terrorism.
     
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    Exactly, this is what I though.

    When you have no answer to straight question than all we hear from you is words like "nonsense" & "Bullshit" etc.

    Bottom line is that you have no in depth knowledge of this matter and only come here for useless rant. You utterly failed to answer a simple question that why India is still having more than 900K troops in IoK despite of having conditional accession. I even shared the letter, so you cant label all this as "conspiracy theory", which you usually do.

    And btw: stop pretending that you are an Indian. Majority knows now this now.
     
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    Lol village idiot, the British were hardly honest actors. Look at the end result, 1m soldiers oppressing civilians, extrajudicial murder, far right fascists in charge promoting communal hatred, lynchings, disapearences, rape, information lock down.. So on and forth.
    And the village idiot still thinks they're doing Kashmiris a favour... Lols
     
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    How did that work out for them, I'm sure they love it in occupied kashmir,
     
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    Give away three rivers for peanuts. Go and educate yourself regarding International law regarding Water Rights, more specifically the Madrid Declaration, Declaration of Montevideo and others on the use of water by lower riparian states. Then come back and talk to me about it.
     
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    Meh. There are no international law regarding rivers, not in 1950's when the treaty was negotiated. there are conventions you have to follow if you are a signatory. India is not. Read up a bit before spouting non-sense.

    International law in the 50's? There is hoot and a half.

    http://www.unece.org/leginstr/cover.html

    Look up whats happening between Bangladesh and India on the rivers issues. The only treaty expired and now they are begging for a new one. india is in no mood.
     
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    PIA Generates More Revenue In The Last Six Months Than In The Last Six Years
    The state-own entity PIA has started moving its development and stability phase after witnessing massive growth in its revenue.
    By Kinza Zahra On Sep 13, 2019
    • PIA witnesses a record high up to 45 percent in the last six months.
    • State-own entity after reformation generates revenue of Rs63 billion in the first six months of the fiscal year 2019.
    • The expenditure reduces to Rs1.70 billion from Rs3 billion by cutting unnecessary expenses.
    • Earning of PIA in the current year hikes up to 84pc in the SAT factor.

    A national flag carrier organization Pakistan international airline (PIA) has witnessed a record high up to 45pc. The administration of PIA while talking to a source says the entity helped in generating a revenue of Rs63 billion. All the reformations are finally paying off says the administration.

    Under the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, significant growth has been recorded in its revenue. Moreover, following the reformation process and austerity moves the state-own entity has started moving its development and stability phase.

    According to the media source, the performance of PIA was above expectations. As in the last six months, PIA generated revenue of Rs63 billion. While the revenue generated in the last six years was only Rs43 billion. This is a massive improvement while comparing the performance with the previous six years.

    Cutting Expenditure
    PIA achieves the milestone by cutting unnecessary expenses up to Rs3 billion. The expenditure reduces to Rs1.70 billion by the current administration of the organization and chief executive officer Arshad Malik.

    SAT Factor
    Further says the sources, that income increases up to 43pc over every kilometer. Whereas, when it comes to SAT factor PIA’s earning hikes up to 84pc in the current year.

    It is relevant to refer here that the SAT factor of PIA had been recorded up to 77 percent. However, the national banner bearer held its lead in IATA’s [International Air Transport Association] SAT factor this year.

    https://blog.siasat.pk/pia-generates-revenue-in-the-last-six-months-than-in-the-last-six-years/
     
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    Pak-China officials discuss setting up solar panel manufacturing plant

    SEAMENA-China Ventures (Pvt) Limited executives from Pakistan and China met with prime minister Imran Khan and state minister Zulfi Bukhari in New York during UN meetings to discuss setting up solar panel manufacturing plant in Pakistan instead of importing solar panels from overseas.

    This will create 700 to 1,000 high paying jobs in Pakistan that will produce and supply solar panels for Pakistani demand and export solar panels overseas to Europe and Middle East.

    https://fp.brecorder.com/2019/09/20190926520990/
     
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    Qasim Suri, the deputy speaker of the National Assembly was disqualified for rigging in elections by more than 50 thousand votes (as reported by many news outlets)
    He was the one who banned the word selected in the National Assembly and we now know why.

    Turns out he was also selected.
     
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    the difference between people like you and supporters of the PTI are that they rejoice when they hear news of the corrupt being found out, even if its in the party they support.
     
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    https://arynews.tv/en/imran-khan-pakistan-world-player-british-media/

    British online newspaper The Independent says after a year of Imran Khan in power as the Prime Minister, “Pakistan is finally stepping into its role as a world player.”

    In an analytical piece, the newspaper said what Imran Khan is trying to implement is a wholesale reform that steers the country towards an inclusive political and economic system. “The speed of reform is slow and bumpy, and the slew of benefits won’t rain down immediately, but crucially, the direction seems to be right.”

    For Pakistan’s economy, the inherited legacy of debt and deficits has created immediate issues of economic growth. But now, investment in exports is on the rise and entrepreneurs have begun setting up businesses based on import substitution, the paper notes.

    The technology eco-system in Pakistan is belatedly but ultimately coming into place. “An ambitious task of bringing more people into the tax net is reaping dividends, with a 65 percent increase in tax filers over the last year,” the editorial piece appreciates.

    Imran Khan’s leadership style is a departure from his predecessors

    It adds that on the international stage, Imran Khan’s leadership style is a departure from his predecessors. Recognition prior to politics, coupled with the promise of “incorruptibility”, signal his diplomatic stature.

    “Incidents such as Pulwama, followed by the Kashmir crisis, put Imran Khan’s diplomatic headship to instant test and both times, he scored. Requests for him to serve as an honest broker to mediate between the US-Afghanistan and US-Iran evidences the same confidence.”

    Pakistan has surfaced as a responsible global player; a harbinger of peace with its narrative ubiquitously conveyed. “The message to world leaders is loud and clear that Pakistan is active, engaged, relevant and responsible,” the British newspaper said.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/voice...ia-kashmir-us-iran-new-messages-a9121126.html
     
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    So gist of his speech was on climate change, money laundering, islamophobia, RSS and Indian extremism and Kashmir. And a doofus was whining that IK and Pakistan told Kashmir, tech tech, unbelievable how low people can stoop.
     
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    killer speech by king Imran at the UNGA exposing the Indian filth for what it is. incredible statesmanship. it boggles the mind to think what retards like sharif and Zardari would have done, grinning like morons or stuttering over scraps of poorly written papers thinking about their billions stashed in UK property.

    and yet they still have fans, wonder why?
     
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    no he didnt. he states that the military helped build them (the subtext most probably being the CIA built Taliban using the Pakistani military, and then the US intelligence links between the Taliban and AQ) - so thats all well established, well delineated paid for by the CIA obvious and totally without controversy.

    if perhaps your ability to read wasn't impeded by all the blood from your slaughtering terrorist leader, and the prospect of ethnic cleansing and spread of rape culture to the "white women of Kashmir" - as opposed to what presumably the BJP lawmaker, Vikram Saini, thinks are pig ugly women elsewhere in india - you might have read the black and white sentences:

    "Pakistan's prime minister said his country had then made a major mistake siding with America during the war on terror after the 9/11 attacks.

    The decision had cost 60,000 Pakistani lives as the country battled Islamist militancy and Pakistan would have been better staying neutral."

    so to anyone with an ability to read simple English, he was saying the decision to join the US war on terror cost 60k Pakistani lives.

    incidentally, no surprises that @iZaman claiming to support anyone who is anti army didnt jump in to celebrate your and other's interpretation of these comments as anti army. he seems to be able to notice and quote when a pti worker breaks wind facing the wrong direction, but suddenly when this happens he is nowhere to be seen. the predictable pattern of a hypocrite.

    https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/n...pop-songs-urge-hindus-to-marry-kashmiri-women

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-i...iri-women-accused-of-chauvinism-idUKKCN1UY113

    https://www.trtworld.com/magazine/article-370-changes-embolden-misogynistic-trolls-in-india-28828

    :D:D:D:D:D:D
     
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    Jews agent speaking for Islam like no one had before

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    a LION speech. superb.

    Imran Khan's full speech at the UN tackling:

    1. Climate Change
    2. Money Laundering
    3. Islamophobia
    4. Kashmir and the right of Kashmiris to self-determination

    The last point being front and centre of his scathing attack on the international community.
     
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    I must say, I never heard any better speech than this one yet.
     
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    Your mistake is you are trying to reason with someone who has no interest in objectivity. He literally will say the sky is pink if that suited the Indian narrative.
    Imbeciles like @Mohan are the reason India is descending into fascism..
    All you well thought out responses will most likely be ignored and he'll crap out some more nonsense.... And so the perpetual cycle of right wing Indian idiocy continues.
     
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    just listened to the speech again, Imran is probably amongst the top handful of international statesman in the world at the moment. again, imagine these two in his place and what they would be doing:



     
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    and of course, we have this intellectual powerhouse waiting in the wings too:

     
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    Im sad because khan team is not even half as good as him which is also his fault and will eventually cause his downfall.
    He is gold but surrounded by pile of shite

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