Why Vote for PTI in KP Again?


By Usman khan miankhail

As PTI continues to govern, it faces many problems that make it hard to bring about real change. Despite being in power for 10 years in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and now entering its third term, PTI has struggled to deliver on its promises and tackle key issues facing the province.

One major challenge PTI faces is the Mid-Year Finance Bill or Mini Budget. This involves making tough decisions about the budget midway through the year to address financial concerns. However, PTI’s handling of economic matters has been criticized, with the province facing economic fallout and financial instability.

Education and healthcare in KP have also suffered under PTI’s rule. Public universities have faced financial crises, leading to closures and protests by academic staff. Similarly, healthcare facilities, such as Peshawar’s main hospital, have struggled due to mismanagement and lack of funds, impacting the quality of services provided to the public.

PTI’s foreign policy approach has been questioned, with populist rhetoric often overshadowing diplomatic efforts. This has implications for the country’s geopolitical standing and its ability to navigate complex international relations.

Transitioning from a geopolitical to a geoeconomic focus poses further challenges for PTI, requiring strategic planning and policy adjustments to promote economic growth and stability.

Security threats, including the presence of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) sanctuaries in neighboring Afghanistan, remain a pressing concern for KP. PTI’s approach to addressing these threats and promoting regional security cooperation has been questioned.

Additionally, the rise of faith-based extremism poses challenges to social cohesion and stability in the province, requiring comprehensive measures to promote tolerance and pluralism.

Despite these challenges and PTI’s past promises, voters in KP have continued to support the party, raising questions about trust and accountability. How can people trust a government that has failed to deliver on its promises and bring about meaningful change?

It’s essential for voters to critically assess PTI’s track record and hold the government accountable for its actions. Blind trust in the face of ongoing challenges and unfulfilled promises does a disservice to the people of KP. Author; Bachelor Student at Quaid-i-Azam university islamabad _

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