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Is Pakistan on the verge of collapsing as a nation?

Asked by Maya Bolas, 08 May '09 11:12 am
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Pakistan was not a nation at all in the strict sense of the word. It was born out of hatred and generations after generations were fed with anti Indian thoughts.Instead of building their democratic institutions they concentrated on anti India campaign and the result is for everyone to see. They could not produce an atomic scientist like Late Homi Baba, a Green Revolution Messaiah Like Dr.Swaminathan, a White Revolution Genious Like Verghese Kurien, a Missile Guru Like Dr.APJ.Abdul Kalam, A sociologist Like Dr.Mahalanobis, A Management Guru Like Sri.C.K.Prahlad and the list is endless. These lumineries built Modern India. So if Pakistan collapses no one need to shed tears. Even before Independance Frontier Gandhi ,Khuda-E-Khidmatgar Khan Abdul Gafar Khan fought and opposed the Brtish rule along side Mahathma Gandhi. He wanted an independent Phaktunistan. The Congress party betrayed him and the Pakistani Govt.jailed him. The Hill regions of Balochistan and Phaktunistan even to-day donot ...more
Answered by venkatachar, 08 May '09 12:07 pm

 
  
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There is nothing to collapse. Its already collapsed when it signed an agreement with Talibans in Swat valley. Pakistan was fooling the entire world and looted lots of dollard from US and forgot that actually they are fooled by Talibans. US is a country which shouts only when something comes on its neck. These people only supported Taliban indirectly by supporting Pakistan. If the pakistan don\'t stop fooling the world and take the situation seriously, with in two or three months, it will collapse.
Answered by dashing star, 11 May '09 02:53 pm

 
  
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Yes. It is only fear and hatred of India that binds the people together.
Answered by harishanker, 11 May '09 02:06 pm

 
  
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No, but is tending towards the verge of collapsing as a nation.
Answered by shashank rastogi, 08 May '09 11:16 am

 
  
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Pakistan will not collapse as much as my dear Indian friends here might want it to. It is a very reslient country that has seen worse, and survived. Even in 1947, Nehru and Sardar Patel predicted that the new country will not be able to run itself and collapse within a decade. Our government might be incompetent and corrupt but the spirit of the people is indomitable. 80% of the refugees in the recent crisis are living with the local people in Mardan who threw open their doors for all. And the army is making headway against the Taliban. This too will pass, and Pakistan will emerge stronger.
Answered by fahad, 20 May '09 07:10 pm

 
  
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Never, it will run as usual
Answered by raman, 14 May '09 10:55 am

 
  
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Perhaps Yes.But they deserved it.They created their own BHASMASUR.There is no point in having any sympathy to their leaders or power-that-be.Alas1poor masses are paying for the misdeeds of their leaders.
Answered by sarvesh kumar, 12 May '09 02:15 pm

 
  
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Lets not judge n leavethe matter for them to decide whats rite
Answered by daphne, 11 May '09 07:17 pm

 
  
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Yes I am sure it has already collapsed as far as the law and order situation is concerend and also when it comes to the protection of the constitutinal rights of its citizens the goverment has failed.
to summurize there is no ABLE leadership in the so called country-Now it is just a matter of time when it will be splited in 4-5 diffrent provinces.
Answered by chetan davda, 11 May '09 06:34 pm

 
  
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Of,course Pakisthan is collasping. The condition is becoming worse there. They need to take some serious steps regarding this matter.
Answered by Vivek Ranjan, 11 May '09 06:18 pm

 
  
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