Pakistan's new government will face economic, security and political challenges: experts Pakistan's new government will face economic, security and political challenges: experts

Pakistan's new government will face economic, security and political challenges: experts

Pakistan's new government will face economic, security and political challenges: experts

After the general elections in Pakistan, meetings and consultations are going on for the formation of a new government, but according to experts, the newly elected government will face many big challenges.

After the general elections in Pakistan , the series of political contacts for the new government continues, while experts say that the possible coalition government of Pakistan will face many challenges, apart from economy, security and political issues, privatization of PIA and FBR reforms. will face

After the recent elections, although no single party is in a position to form the government alone, every party wants to come into the government, but this government will be full of economic, political and security challenges, the responsibility of which will be on the shoulders of the new government. Will be.

Among the successful candidates, Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said in his speech the day after the elections that 'It is our duty to plan to pull this country out of the vortex.

We invite everyone to sit with us to get this wounded Pakistan out of trouble. At least ten years are needed for stability in the country, Pakistan cannot afford any fight at this time, everyone has to sit down, things have to be settled.'

While speaking in the election rally last month, People 's Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that 'Pakistan is facing difficult economic conditions, the provision of education and health facilities to the people who came to the government is the first priority.'

He had said that 'I want to bring hunger eradication program in the country, I want free quality education for poor children.'

How many days will the new government be formed after the elections?

In this regard, Article 91 Clause 2 of the Constitution states that the first session of the National Assembly shall be held on the 21st day after the election day  , or the President of Pakistan may call for a session earlier.

After the February 8 election, 21 days will be completed on February 29, so the meeting of the National Assembly can be held on Thursday, February 29.

According to clause three, the Prime Minister will be elected after the election of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker on the first day of the Assembly.

According to clause four, the Prime Minister will be elected by the Electoral College, that is, the members of Parliament will choose the Prime Minister of Pakistan with their votes.

Independent Urdu has spoken to analysts from various walks of life regarding the challenges faced by the newly elected government of Pakistan.

Farmers Protest - Punjab-Haryana border sealed Section 144 imposed in many areas of Delhi, police on alert

Delhi Police issues traffic advisory in view of the proposed farmers' march, alerting commuters about restrictions on vehicular movement at three borders of the national capital

Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (non-political) and farmer unions mostly from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab press the Center to accept their demands, including making a law to guarantee minimum support price (MSP) for crops. In order to create pressure, a call was given to take out a march on 13th February. Today, farmers have started leaving from Punjab and Haryana for the 'Delhi Chalo' movement. In view of the farmers' movement, alert has been declared in Punjab-Haryana and Delhi. Before the farmers' march, Delhi Traffic Police has also issued an advisory.

Ahead of the 'Delhi-Chalo' protest by farmers on 13 February, security arrangements have been tightened at the Singhu border.

Passengers are facing inconvenience
To prevent vehicles from entering the city, Delhi's borders have been fortified with concrete barriers and iron spikes laid on the road. These measures affected traffic movement in the border areas of Delhi on Monday morning, causing inconvenience to commuters.

A large convoy of farmers has left for Delhi from Beas of Amritsar. Thousands of tractors are said to be in this convoy. Farmers are also carrying ration and other items of daily use with them. Farmers will reach Haryana Punjab border tomorrow.

Section 144 imposed in many areas of Delhi
In view of the farmers' movement, Delhi Police has issued prohibitory orders under Section 144 at Ghazipur, Tikri and Singu borders.

Delhi Police Commissioner called a high level meeting.
Due to the 'Delhi Chalo' movement of farmers, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has called a high level meeting. All senior officers have been called in this meeting. It is being told that different officers of Special CP rank are being given the responsibility of security on the border. At the same time, leave of Delhi Police staff is also being cancelled.

Internet shut down in seven districts
in Haryana Mobile internet, bulk SMS and all dongle services have been suspended in seven districts - Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa till February 13.
Feb 12.
Sarwan Singh Pandher, general secretary of Punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, said it is unfortunate that a farmer is being labeled "anti-national" in this country as crores of farmers across the country march towards the national capital tomorrow to exert pressure.

Police has barricaded the Singhu border.
In view of the farmers' call for march to Delhi on February 13, the police is barricading the Singhu border.

Ambala: Police sealed Shambhu border.
Haryana Police sealed Shambhu border due to farmers' movement. 

Delhi Traffic Police issued advisory:
According to the advisory of Delhi Police, traffic restrictions will be imposed for commercial vehicles from Monday. The advisory states that traffic restrictions/diversion will be implemented at Singhu border for commercial vehicles from Monday and for all types of vehicles from Tuesday.

Delhi Police barricaded Tikri border.
 In view of the call of farmers to march to Delhi, Delhi Police barricaded Tikri border.

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