Pakistan Tehreek Insaf To announce Environment Policy Tomorrow!!

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    After announcing Education, Health, Local Government, Youth, Energy, Economic and anti corruption policies. PTI is all set to present it's environment policy.







  • How about the Metrobus policy. Are they going scrap it. If not, they have a muk muka with Sharifs.

  • With the exception of some urban areas, Pakistan is one of the most environment friendly countries in the world.

    They need to focus on economy and terrorism.

  • ہا ہا ہا ۔۔

    تبھی پاکستان کے ہسپتال مریضوں سے پھرے ہوئے ہیں ۔ جتنی پولوشن پاکستان میں ہے اتنی شاہد ہی کسی اور ملک میں ہو ۔ اس پولوشن کی وجہ سے کھنٹوں کھنٹوں جہاز لینڈ نہیں کر سکتے ۔ غنڈے بدمعاش اور چور لوگ سوئی گیس کے چولھے جلا کر بھول جاتے ہیں کیونکہ گیس چوری کی ہوتی ہے ۔ فیکتریوں میں لوگ مشینوں کی طرح کام کرتے ہیں اور ان فیکٹریوں کا سارا گند دریاوں میں پھیک دیا جاتا اور کوئی پوچھنے والا نہیں ۔ ۵۰ سال پرانی بسیں ٹرک اور گاڑیاں پاکستان کی سڑکوں میں دھواں پھیلاتی پھرتی ہیں کوئی پوچھنے والا نہیں ۔ بڑے شہر تو گندگی کے ڈھیر بنیں ہوئے ہیں ۔ بس فیکٹریاں لگاتے جاو ۔ چائے مزدور اور غریب لوگ ان فیکٹریوں کا دھواں لے لے کر مریض بن جائیں یا مر جائیں اس سے ان فیکٹریوں کے مالکوں کو کیا فرق پڑتا ہے ۔۔۔۔۔

  • Like I said excluding the urban centers.

    China and India are the biggest polluters not Pakistan.

    The morons want to follow the West but don't know their priorities.


  • ووٹ ملے نہ ملے مگر پالیسی کوئی بھی نہیں چھوڑنی- مگر لوگ اعتبار تب کرتے ہیں جب یو ٹرن لینے کی لت نہ ہو۔

  • U turn junky Vs. An all time President of Utopian Residents Association

    Mmmm A tough call I would say !!

  • Another policy?

    Humayun Akhtar should have made fewer presentations, or at least should have not distributed copies of his presentations.

  • Will these announcements follow any real actions also? or like the announcements of lawyers' movement, the claims will end into smoke?

  • @Mr. Zia,

    PTI has already announced it's economy policy and terrorism policy has been announced for years.

    Who is the moron now?

  • I understand that Imran looks towards the West as his model, and there is nothing wrong with doing that; however, while following others, he is copying/pasting some policies that aren't applicable to Pakistan that much. On papers, it looks like a good policy, but the fact of the matter is that America and China are the biggest polluters, and thus bear the most responsibility. It would be a waste of money at this time to allocate funds to better the environment; it would end up creating a huge bureaucracy instead.

    Forget about the industry, can anyone realistically think of implementing carbon emission standards on buses, cars, and motor cycles? This would just be an indirect tax on the poor.

  • ^^^Just because we are not the biggest polluters, doesn't mean we should become one!

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