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PROMISE Islamabad: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan had pledged to depoliticize the bureaucracy and police if his party came to power.   BACKGROUND Khan had reiterated the stance during his first speech in the National Assembly or lower house of parliament. “In KP, ministers and MPs will not be allowed to appoint their own

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  THE PROMISE Chief Minister Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khatak while talking to a delegation of Asian Development Bank on 28th May promised that work on Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit Project will start from 1st August, 2017.   THE PLAN Wit aim to overcome the problems of public transport for the commuters in the city, Pakistan Tehrek-i-Insaf

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Promise Pakistan People’s Party promised in its 2013 manifesto to include Quaid-e-Azam’s August 11, 1947, Speech in Sindh’s curriculum. Background What is the need to include Quaid-e-Azam’s 11 August speech in the curricula? The liberal intelligentsia predominantly maintains that Pakistan’s school books promote bigoted mindset against minority religions. The main reason remains that Pakistan was

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The Promise On page 82 of its manifesto PML-N pledged that it will ensure that all institutions, whether civil or military, including those dealing with security and intelligence matters, act in accordance with the law, and under the instructions and directives of the Federal Cabinet.   Background  Though, the Constitution of Pakistan clearly mentions that the military

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PROMISE Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan had promised his party would digitize the land and revenue records in all provinces if came into power. Addressing a public rally in Haripur in May, 2013, Khan said that PTI wanted to digitize the land and revenue records across the country and resolve all the disputes related

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PROMISE Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khatak has promised in 2014 said that the city would get Food Street in Peshawar’s Namak Mandi bazaar before Eidul Fitr and it would be a gift to the residents of the city.   Background Chief Minister Pervaiz Khatak visited the historical bazaar of Namak Mandi and Gor Khatri

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Promise To promote reading culture, the PML-N had promised in its 2013 manifesto to develop libraries at national, provincial and district level, equipped with modern reference tools. Background The trend of having public library has diminished in Pakistan because of lack of interest of people in reading and the declining rate of literacy in the

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Promise Pakistan People’s Party had promised in its 2013 manifesto to provide clean drinking water to every citizen. Background The Sindh government has been on the crosshair for not providing safe drinking water to the residents of Sindh. Karachi in particular has been the target of a water crisis.  When things got out of hand,


Promise The PML-N had promised in its 2013 manifesto that increased employment opportunities for qualified doctors would be provided by constructing more hospitals, and extending soft term loans on easy instalments for private practice. Background Other than a slight improvement in health facilities, the Punjab government has done almost nothing to bring about comprehensive change.


PROMISE Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan had promised Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) will produce surplus electricity within five years, which will be provided to other provinces after fulfilling local demands. BACKGROUND In his interview with Geo Television, Khan had said PTI was making all out efforts to make KP an ideal province for other federating