“Blue Print for Stable and Viable Pakistan”

By Maj Gen Masood Burki, Retd (27 PMA L/C)

Masood Burki, Maj GenThe Author
Maj Gen Masood Burki (R) served in Army from 1960-90. After retirement he settled in Islamabad and became International Consultant on Power Systems, Environment, Defence Systems, Project Evaluation and Risk Management Finance.
The Book
The author has kept this book very short on purpose, to facilitate easy readership. Consists of four main chapters. Chapter 1 deals with Political System, highlighting the defects in present system while advocating alternative system. In Chapter 2 author advocates creation of more political sub divisions in Pakistan (i.e. more provinces). Chapter 3 deals with improvement in our institutions, like civil administration, judiciary, police, education and taxation. In Chapter 4, strategy for economic development is proposed dealing with Infrastructure, Environment, Agriculture, Industry, Urban Planning and Role of State Bank.

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Comments

  1. Shah Alam says:

    Sir, Thanks for undertaking the venture of sharing your suggestions on the future of Pakistan through this book. This comes as a scent of fresh air since we (Pakistanis) write fewer books: and this is visibly reflected on the number of books written on the greatest misadventure of our history—the 1971 war.

    Thanks also for sharing it on this forum. While reading online is easy, it’s much easier reading it on a hand-held tablet or e-reader. I’ll thence appreciate if you can share a copy of its digital Microsoft Word version (not pdf) and making it available for download—either through this site or directly through an email.

  2. Maj (R) Zahid Ali Khan Bangish, FF says:

    Dear Sir,
    Have you made any mention of improving the present Army structure? Because you have spent your life in uniform, you must be having some very bright suggestions to pull out the nation from the present quagmire.
    Regards.

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