Kleptocracy of Pakistan

Civil society is unable to address the assault on human rights of gujjar nala and bahria town. The crimes are particularly violent considering they are in the middle of COVID and ramadan.  Civil society is powerless in Pakistan, and the kleptocracy reigns supreme. They don’t serve the masses, instead it's the other way round. Bureaucracy is also a tool of oppression of the masses. The government has two main modes, indifference and violence. It is empowered by the military, the business elite and the parliament of landed elites.  The army is the biggest business empire in the country, vesting interests in real estate development, agriculture, supply chain, foreign affairs, border control, policing and obviously defense.  31 families rule the Pakistan Stock Exchange, cornering their interests on where the financial support is directed, who is granted access to licenses, access to subsidies etc.  The parliament seats are contested amongst those who can afford to campaign, with suffic

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