VISION & PURPOSE FOR UNITED FOR BETTER PAKISTAN

Our history is a cacophony of wild and crackling interferences by all the wrong people. UnitedForBetterPakistan plans to change all that by uniting the educated masses of Pakistan under its ‘United for Better Pakistan’ banner. This campaign will exclusively focus on 10 plus legislations proposed by the Silent Majority Constitutional Package and will employ the masses and media to move them through upper and lower houses of the parliament. We will try to ensure that the laws are not merely codified, but implemented, monitored and evaluated for improved outcomes history is a cacophony of wild and crackling.

Let’s Rise above our Political, Ethnic, Regional, Sectarian, Right and Left inclinations and join hands for a peaceful and Prosperous Pakistan!

UnitedForBetterPakistan.org PETITION

Lawlessness, corruption, heinous crimes and nepotism…these are only an ounce of Pakistan’s problems.

There is no doubt in the fact that Pakistan has more problems than it can even comprehend, most of which go untold and unnoticed among the masses.Politicians, TV anchors, as well as civil society at large contend with the plight of Pakistan by resting their belief in a much needed revolution. Many look toward the Arab Spring as exactly what Pakistan needs.

However we should realize that these recent revolutions, were born out of those societies where people wanted to break free of dictatorial rule and their rigid inclinations. We, at least in theory, are a democracy. We choose our government; we have our rights as people of a democratic nation.

We at UnitedForBetterPakistan too, strive to act as a catalyst for bringing about change in our society.

The struggle is full of obstacles and the benefits seem like a distant dream. But to achieve results, we need to keep pressurizing and persevering.

We demand higher standards of financial transparency at federal and provincial government level. We demand to create a merit-based culture. We demand that our authorities record and reveal performances of all functioning government departments…...

To be a part of this venture, all you need to do is sign our petition. We have every right to know how our country is performing and take an active part in its dealings. We have every right to a free and fair society which is the hallmark of a democratic nation.

 

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BOARD OF ADVISORS

Our history is a cacophony of wild and crackling interferences by all the wrong people. Pakistan Herald plans to change all that by uniting the educated masses of Pakistan under its ‘United for Better Pakistan’ banner. This campaign will exclusively focus on 10 plus legislations proposed by the Silent Majority Constitutional Package and will employ the masses and media to move them through upper and lower houses

Dr. Abdul Wahab
President Mohammad Ali Jinnah Univeristy

Professor Dr. Abdul Wahab (S.I) Sitara e Imtiyaz is one of the leading scholars in Pakistan. He is former Vice Chancellor, Karachi University, President Mohammad Ali Jinnah Univeristy

Dr. Mirza Ali Azhar

Dr. Mirza Ali Azhar was not once but was twice the President of the Amnesty International Pakistan, Dr. Mirza is one of a key figure in Pakistani scholars.Dr. Mirza Ali Azhar is the Secretary General of Pakistan Medical Association (Centre), Karachi-Pakistan.

I.A.Rehman

I A Rehman also known as Ibn Abdur Rehman is a renowned peace and human rights activist of Pakistan. He is the director of Human Rights Comission of Pakistan (HRCP). As a senior journalist and human rights activist, I A Rehman is known for his outspoken views.

Jameel Yusuf
Chairman of TPL Holdings (Pvt.) Ltd

Mr. Jameel Yusuf S.St. was the Founder Chief of Citizens Police Liaison Committee (September 1989 – March 2003) commonly known as CPLC.

Julius Salik
Iconic Minority Leader of Pakistan

Julius Salik is the symbolical minority leader of Pakistan. He not only represents the Christian community or non-Muslim minorities but also the poor people of Pakistan.

Hasan Haider
CEO Asian Competitiveness Institute (ACI)

He is presently working as CEO Asian Competiveness Institute (ACI), Advisor to Australian Center for Education & Training (ACET), Strategic Partner, at Pakistan Industrial and Technical Center, Govt. of Pakistan.

Recent Testimonials

  • Danish Nizami

    Pakistan is one of the unfortunate states which are suffering from severe ills of the society; corruption is one of those; damaging the pillars of the country. I have always wondered how we will be able to see where is the money spent and how the estimates are made, as millions of rupees go down the drain for small development schemes.

  • Farwa Malik

    I strongly support this legislation as it provides solid grounds for building a sustainable infrastructure in order to ensure transparency and accountability in all federal and provincial government set ups. This kind of radical change was much needed since years as Pakistan started to face economic crisis and got buried under huge loans worth millions of dollars.

  • Sadia Umer

    Being a common citizen of Pakistan, I might at least bother about the budgeting as I am more concerned about my salary, inflation and my expenses. Well the question is that why every year I come across with the negative budget and the expenditures are higher. Why is it so that the budget is in deficit and the general public is not aware on the calculations?

  • Maryam Irfan

    We want transparency in all financial departments of Pakistan. I am a supporter of this legislation as well. I totally agree with the objectives and purposes of the legislation which totally rely on a proper channel of monitoring the financial invoices of the country by a COMMON MAN.

  • Tehseen Rafi

    This legislation is a great step towards achievement of the MDGs. The elected representatives of the nation take charge on the basis of the mandate that has been given to them by the citizens of Pakistan. This refers to their liabilities to serve the people who brought them to do so, but unfortunately, they come not to serve but to rule.

  • Nesa Rao

    14 years have been passed from the 9/11 event. The consequences of this disaster have brought many changes in the lives of Muslims especially in Pakistan. The law and order situation has become worst and the drone attacks have taken lives of many innocent people.

  • Madiha

    Being a citizen of a country where we talk a lot about democracy, it is no wonder that you wish implementation of the accountability parameters and protocols as well. Pleased enough to go through the legislation which states that the social development and the crime rate will be monitored and controlled with the help of the local representatives.

  • Umme Talha

    My patriot soul always asked me a question, why not the best for Pakistan, and I never had an answer. From support staff to CSP officers, there is a tough competition on merit; multiple stages and ways of testing and great effort to choose the best. I wonder why nobody has ever thought that we need the best lot of professionals to run our country.

  • Maryam Irfan

    No doubt, we need a system which has to be upgraded at least annually. Training of government officials must be mandatory. No doubt, our country’s system demands that the officials must submit their reports or plans yearly or quarterly, yet, a lot of accountability and follow-up needs to be done.

  • Danish Nizami

    Uniform education system is the call from every Pakistani who considers education as the key to the long term prosperity. Unless we bring the whole nation to the same level, we cannot expect the same level of efforts and contribution. Unfortunately the use of multiple education systems has become a base of segmentation in the society.