100 Days Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Plan
100 Days Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Plan: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has recently unveiled a 100-day plan. PTI vice-president Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Chief Imran Khan addressed the audience in Islamabad.
100 Days Plan Include
- judicial reforms,
- Depoliticization of police,
- tax reforms,
- health emergency,
- education emergency
- Reforms in agriculture sector
- Promises of job opportunities, housing schemes, forestation and construction of 350 dams in the province.
- Resolving water and power crisis
- bring benefits of national development to people of Balochistan
- announce a federal package for Karachi and to grant representation to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) in National Assembly
- Revive manufacturing, rapidly grow SME sector, facilitate the private sector to build five million houses, boost tourism, reform the tax administration, improve Pakistan’s doing business rankings to top 100, transform state-owned-enterprises, fix Pakistan’s energy challenge, make CPEC a game changer and enhance access to finance
- Development programme for women, expanding the social safety net, providing clean drinking water and initiating a 10 billion tree tsunami.
- PTI wants to make Pakistan a welfare state
Purpose Of Plan
Imran Khan while addressing ceremony stated the purpose of the party presenting a 100-day plan is to change pre-existing policies. The PTI chief said that the first 100 days of the PTI government will be reflective of the party’s ideology and policies.
The biggest advantage which Imran and the PTI enjoy this time is the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif in the aftermath of Panama leaks. While experts will discuss his first 100-day plan in power, it is important to analyse and asses as to how the PTI would cause a major upset in Punjab, where it did not perform well.
Strategy For Punjab
After 2013 elections, the PTI chairman and his Punjab team adopted three-pronged strategy to win over the Punjab. The PTI needed at least 60-70 seats from Punjab alone.
(1) Go for “electable” in Punjab, who traditionally win their respective seats irrespective of their political affiliation with any party.
(2) Maintaining attacks on Sharifs and PML-N in an aggressive way. Dharna-2014 was part of the strategy and though Imran was very hopeful that Judicial Commission findings would lead to fresh polls, he kept his pressure despite disappointment.
(3) Win over neutral voters and make new voters.
In the process it practically eliminated the PPP in Punjab, whose major vote bank now stands with the PTI.
PTI had certainly changed its strategy for the upcoming polls, but it would be wrong to suggest that all those who have joined the PTI recently would get the party tickets. It could be either 70-30 or 60-40 formula.
PTI 100 Days Plan Objected
Politicians belonging to mainstream political parties on Monday said that the 100-day plan floated by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf was not viable for implementation, calling it “another attempt by the party to hoodwink masses in the name of change” ahead of the general election 2018.
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