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Najam Ul Assar

Chemical Engineer, Heal Pakistan


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Education for Kids in Pakistan

If you want to do something for this world, Something for the betterment and playing your part for progress and development, you should sponsor kids around you.

You know what it take to educate a Pakistani kid?
From Primary Education to High School it takes 30% of a branded Tshirt) / year and in University level it takes equv to a itab /year

We always complain about things, why not get it sorted.
Governments are never going to support anyone.
Take your Stand
Make your move
Change always start with you.


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    Jun 21 2013: Voters? What kind of voters you are taking about and we are not trusting government in the case, Donations from people to people is the effective way, its kind of amusing but the reality is most of the people are illiterate and they vote on the basis of family politics and for the sake of one time meal.
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      Jun 21 2013: We need to change the system Najam, we can not depend on some one elses generosity. You got to bring in the change. I know India is not doing any better, but at least some people are trying. It has been more than 65 years we got independence its about time we should take care of ourselves.
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        Jun 21 2013: You, Mr. Batta, must use your knowledge to dispell the very conditions Mr. Assar mentions.
        Educate voters about how they can improve their lives by demanding decent, honest politicians who love Pakistan. Remove the scoundrels and empower the patriots. The problem is the government and its power over everything. To pretend otherwise and try to work around the government is folly. There must be a purging of the poison from the system. Take your message just as it is posted here on TED to the people of Pakistan. I salute you sir!
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        Jun 22 2013: @ Kiran batta Thankyou for your feedback everyone.
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      Jun 21 2013: Mr. Assar, to reply to the comment of another you must click-on the word "reply" in red letters between their avatar and the thumb icon. If you simply post a new comment the person to whom you are responding will not receive an email informing them of your response and they might never see it. I am sure you have described the problems associated with voting in Pakistan accurately. What you should give more thought to is whether or not the malignancy can be ignored while it flourishes and healing can be brought in other ways. That is a flawed plan sir.

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