0020 - M.Hasan Saeed - Pakistan in 10 Years.docx - As I stepped out of the aircraft at the Jinnah International Airport a refreshing and invigorating

0020 - M.Hasan Saeed - Pakistan in 10 Years.docx - As I...

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As I stepped out of the aircraft at the Jinnah International Airport, a refreshing and invigorating smell of fresh flowers greeted me. I had come back home after a period of 10 ‘years. And dare I say, there are a lot of changes that transpired since I left. It’s the year 2030 and the city of Karachi has changed into a modern and a bustling city. As I stepped out of the airport, I saw a number of metro cabs waiting for customers. I approached one and I was greeted by a young gentleman who wore a crisp white dress. As we set off to my destination, the roads gave the picture of cleanliness and discipline. Everyone was driving in their respected lanes and given that it was 6 in the evening, this was a sight that I could not even imagine if I wanted to. The roads were clean and nicely paved and the side walks had fresh blossoming trees. In the car, there was today’s newspaper whose headlines read; Pakistan Qualifies for
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Unformatted text preview: FIFA World Cup. So, it seems that Pakistan has come a long way in the field of sports. As I went through the pages of the newspaper, a news caught my eye which read; Pakistan’s Debt falls under 20% of GDP. I remember reading a business article a decade back when this number was nearly 70% of the GDP. Pakistan has made great inroads in developing its economy and its infrastructure so much so that for the first time the debt has gone below 20% of the GDP. As I kept reading the paper, I read the first few words of an article about the spending on the education sector which read; Budget Allocation for Education has risen to 35% of the fiscal budget. Which means that the standard of education in Pakistan has improved exponentially. This was the future that Imran Khan had promised 10 years back and fortunately for us, he stayed true to his promise....
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