Pakistan, the land of purity, is fraught with several mega scale challenges and grave issues, such as corruption, terrorism, misgovernment, mismanagement, financial crisis, poverty, water crises, energy crises, wrong policies, internal conflicts, and so on.
Taking Pakistan out of all these challenges and crises is not an easy or ordinary task. This extraordinary adventure requires a new vision, strong determination and exceptional dedications. The person aspiring to make Naya Pakistan also needs to have the ingredients of an unconquerable will, deep insight into the prevailing circumstances, sound management skills, an enthusiastic team and cooperative behavior. At the same time, it won’t be wise to rule out the need for sincerity and patience.
Does Khan have all the ingredients of Naya Pakistan recipe? How far does he seem to succeed in his attempts to bring revolution?
At the moment, it cannot be said for sure if Imran Khan is really going to make Naya Pakistan and bring a big change in the country.
The ex-cricketer turned politician, Imran Khan stepped into politics in 1996 and since then he has been struggling tirelesslyto get elected to the post of authority (the head of the state) and work to change the fate of the people of Pakistan. In the General Elections 2013, he was able to make government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa but failed to do the same at the center.
As the great leaders do, he was not disappointed the least and kept on moving on the path he had defined for himself. And the victory was waiting for him.In the 2018 General Elections, he has finally achieved his goal to become the Prime Minister of the world’s first Muslim state with nuclear power.
Both in the pre-election manifesto and the post-election victory speech, Khan promised to take various revolutionary steps to bring a really big change in the country.
He also seems to be taking steps in accordance with his plans and promises and the country seems to be moving in the right direction. For example, denouncing the luxurious and extravagant lifestyle of traditional premiers, he has opted to live in the Minister’s Enclave instead of the palatial Prime Minister House. This is a good precedence set by the head of a state where millions of people are living below the poverty line.
Given the fact that Khan has all the essential and accessory ingredients to make Naya Pakistan and he, along with his team, is moving in the pre-defined right direction, the formation of NayaPakistan seems to be a reality.