Balancing Security & Economy

The economy is showing mixed indicators, growth has picked up but debt is sky high, said Bajwa while referring to the current economic situation of the country. Infrastructure and energy have improved considerably but the current account balance is not in our favour.

The Security and Money-based leadership have called for a balance between national security and money-based development with a greater importance and focus to develop and strengthen the national (process of people making, selling, and buying things) to survive all future shocks. They strongly encouraged the government to maintain a balance between security and (process of people making, selling, and buying things) because in the worldwide changing patterns (of relationships, movement, or sound) it was hard to survive for (money-based)/cheaply and (with the Army, Navy, etc.) weak nations. Therefore, balance between the defense expenses as well as higher money-based growth is the need of the hour. Today, Pakistan is an intelligently challenged state and external actors are trying to take (with force) control and command/(have someone write what you say) its (Pakistan’s) security (things that are the most important) that have strong linkages its money-based future. In this big picture, (based on what’s seen or what seems obvious) coming from pool apart separates/divides of social order, both money-flow experts and people (who save others from harm) called leaders different kind of leadership, have further pressed on the government to further strengthen (process of people making, selling, and buying things) to cement national defense. In a bid to sensitize the issue Bury Services Public Relations (ISPR) in partnership with the Federation of Pakistan Rooms of (the buying and selling of goods) and Industry (FPCCl) organized a (school) course titled ‘Interplay of (process of people making, selling, and buying things) and Security’ with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwaas important speaker. A large number of business community members from across Pakistan attended the event. Along with Army Chief, other respected speakers included Ashfaq Hasan, Dr Farrukh Saleem, Dr Ainul Hassan, Dr Salman Shah Director General Edge of something/unexplored area Works Organization (FWO) Lr General Muhammad Afzal and also talked to/looked at the (school) course.

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Author is the President, Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR) and Editor-in-Chief of ‘Mélange int’l Magazine’ and ‘ The Asian Telegraph’.