One corrupt guy seti is backing another corrupt mafia. Politicians are not poor they are from rich familes And they greedy want to make more money by doing less work. Life time houses health and do what they want on the side. Seti has made millions he’s rich why he does corruption?
The problem is not salary’s the institutions are corrupt and incompetence same like police judiciary millions worth plots health perks drivers foreign trips. Pakistan needs Presidential system
It does not make sense. When these political people contest elextion, they knew about their salary package just like any person who took job he informed by employer about salary and still they sign contract then why would cry afterward. If motive is only to make money then they should invest in business instead for election. They are elected by people whom they have to work for them instead for their asses. That's it.
These people contest elections after donating millions in party funds and spending millions in elections. Till date contesting an election needs around 100millions per seat only during election days.
They dont need millions in salaries.
Get some common sense pills......At least from your Legal Wife Jugnu
An average contest of MNA is costing 250-300 Million (25-30 Crore). This bonehead is saying that someone invest this much money to get a 200,000/month salary. Even if the salary is 1,000,000/month and MNA remains MNA for 5 years then still its 60 Million (6 Crore).... Why such a bad deal. Salary and perks and privileges are actual decoy. Corruption is the main motive.
According to a report published by Indian news website The Wire, former Occupied Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah has been detained by Indian forces under the Public Safety Act.
Abdullah, who has been under house arrest since early August, can now be held in detention by India for a period of up to two years without a trial, suggest reports. His son, Omar Abudllah, is under house arrest too.
Other high ranking politicians, including former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti and the mayor of capital Srinagar, are also under house arrest by Indian security forces to quash dissent against the move.
On August 5, Indian PM Modi had passed a bill which split occupied Kashmir into two Indian Union territories. A military curfew was imposed in the occupied valley after the decision and thousands imprisoned.
International media have reported widespread allegations of abuse and torture of detainees by Indian security forces. So far more than 4,100 people — including 170 local political leaders — have been detained across the occupied valley.
Despite a curfew, movement restrictions, and the severe curtailment of internet and mobile phone services, public demonstrations against India — mostly in the largest city Srinagar — have been constant.
Altogether, there have been 722 protests since August 5, with Baramulla district in the northwest and Pulwama in the south the biggest hotspots after Srinagar.
Pakistan determined to find a solution to occupied Kashmir
Meanwhile, a close aide of Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday told the South Asian media in Manchester that Pakistan is determined to find a solution to the long-standing occupied Kashmir conflict with India.
The aide, Naeem-ul-Haq, revealed that PM Imran will discuss the alarming human rights situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir with Saudi Crown Prince Moahmmed Bin Salman in an upcoming meeting.
According to Haq, PM Imran will ask the crown prince to put pressure on India to ease the lockdown in the occupied valley and come to the negotiating table for talks with Pakistan to resolve bilateral issues.
Special Adviser to PM Imran on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday also echoed these sentiments. She said that PM Imran had become the voice of Kashmiris around the world.
Tribal leaders in north-western Pakistan have started their long march to Muzzafarabad, after a brief delay. According to reports, tribal leaders are gathering in Peshawar and will start their long march to the Kashmir capital soon.