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Awaam Pakistan: A New Political Entity on the Horizon

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Former PML-N leaders, Miftah Ismail and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, officially launched a new political party named Awaam Pakistan, with the aim of providing equal economic opportunities and breaking away from hereditary politics and the concept of a messiah. The party vows to stand against dynasties, operate on merit, and is open to all who believe in moving the country forward. The leaders expressed concern over Pakistan’s decline in various sectors and pledged to prioritize uplifting Pakistanis from poverty and malnutrition, as well as to bring about positive change in the country.

Discussing the challenges faced by the nation, Miftah Ismail highlighted the dire conditions faced by millions living below the poverty line and the alarming number of children experiencing stunted growth due to malnutrition. He criticized the recently passed budget, stating that it primarily benefited politicians, and emphasized the need to create opportunities for the people of Pakistan to progress. Meanwhile, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi lamented the state of politics, where personal interests often overshadow serving the public, and emphasized Awaam Pakistan’s unconventional approach, focusing on ability and influence rather than mere popularity among electables.

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The leaders stressed that the party’s ideology revolves around uplifting the people of Pakistan and upholding the Constitution. They highlighted the need for accountability, respect for the Constitution, and adherence to parliamentary democracy, criticizing the current state of affairs where those sworn to defend the Constitution are seen breaking it. Looking ahead, the party plans to release a mission statement outlining its goals and policies, aiming to offer credible solutions to the country’s challenges and dispel doubts about its commitment.

In addition to Ismail and Abbasi, other prominent figures, including former PML-N leader Mehtab Abbasi and former PM’s aide Zafar Mirza, addressed the event, marking the significant launch of Awaam Pakistan as a potential transformative force in Pakistani politics.

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