पाक सांसद ने कराची में सुविधाओं की कमी को उजागर करने के लिए चंद्रयान-3 की ओर इशारा किया: 'चंद्रमा पर भारत...'

पाक सांसद ने कराची में सुविधाओं की कमी को उजागर करने के लिए चंद्रयान-3 की ओर इशारा किया: 'चंद्रमा पर भारत...'

Pak lawmaker points to Chandrayaan-3 to highlight lack of amenities in Karachi: ‘India on moon…’

A Pakistani lawmaker cites Chandrayaan-3 to underscore Karachi's inadequate amenities, remarking, "India's on the moon, but..."

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  • 16, May, 2024
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Pak lawmaker points to Chandrayaan-3 to highlight lack of amenities in Karachi: ‘India on moon…’

Syed Mustafa Kamal, a prominent lawmaker representing the Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P), used his platform in Parliament to shed light on the stark disparity between the amenities in Karachi and India's technological achievements. Kamal's address underscored the pressing issues plaguing Karachi's infrastructure and the need for immediate attention from policymakers.

Kamal vividly illustrated the distressing reality faced by residents of Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, where open gutters pose significant risks, particularly to children. He lamented the tragic incidents where lives are lost due to inadequate infrastructure, emphasizing the urgent need for improvement. Concurrently, Kamal juxtaposed this grim reality with India's recent success in executing a lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, highlighting the stark contrast between the two nations' trajectories.

His poignant remarks captured the frustration felt by many Pakistanis who witness their country's struggle with basic amenities while neighboring countries make significant strides in technology and innovation. By drawing attention to these disparities, Kamal aimed to prompt action from fellow lawmakers and government officials to prioritize Karachi's development and address the pressing issues affecting its residents.

Kamal's speech resonated with citizens who share his concerns about Karachi's infrastructure and the broader implications of such disparities on the country's progress. His message emphasized the need for comprehensive and effective governance to ensure that Pakistan keeps pace with global advancements while also addressing the fundamental needs of its citizens.

In highlighting the contrast between Karachi's challenges and India's achievements, Kamal implicitly urged Pakistan to invest more resources in infrastructure development and prioritize the well-being of its citizens. His speech served as a wake-up call for policymakers to address the root causes of Karachi's infrastructure shortcomings and work towards creating a more equitable and prosperous future for all Pakistanis.

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