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Pakistan And China Development Process And How China Become a Economic Power

Updated on September 14, 2019
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I am a student of political science and international relations. I got my master degree in political science from the University of Punjab.

The real establishment of China is the Communist Party of China. This party operates under military discipline; however, the thinking is civilian. The Chinese Communist Party is the real engine of the country's development. The party continues to find extravagant leaders with extraordinary seriousness and unity. They include Mao Tse, Cho An Lai, Ding Xiaoping, Wen Jiabao, and current President Shi Jinping. Unusual with the ideals of socialism, but also the passion of the ideal and the focus on public welfare is the passion that has so far served the Chinese ship in every sea. The way and the progress that China has made in the twenty-one years is really slowing down. China's national statistic report said in 2018, China's raw national output was $ 30 billion in 1952 and China in 2018 The crude national output of the country is $ 13610 billion That is, China has grown 452.6 times in terms of crude national production. In 1978, China was ranked 11th in terms of crude national production. In 2010, it overtook Japan and became the world's second-largest economic power. China has been in second position since then. From 1961 to 1978, China's role in the global economy was no more than 1.1 percent on average; however, by 1978, the proportion increased to 15.9 percent, leading China to the second-highest in the world. From 2013 to 2018, the ratio rose to 28.1%, and China ranked first. The statistics can well be gauged from the fact that the Chinese leadership has put the economy at the forefront of abnormal economic growth. Leaders with intellectuals and flawless sentiments like Mao Tse, Deng Xiaoping, and Shi Jinping have made the Chinese Communist Party a force that unites the country. This same force has succeeded in making modern China an ideal economic powerhouse. The Pakistani establishment, on the other hand, offers a contract to the Chinese Communist Party. Pakistan is facing extraordinary security concerns between Afghanistan and India. Its existence has been in danger. The Kashmir dispute with India has shaped Pakistan's national security paradigm. Many of the establishment issues here are confused with internal politics. Over time, an alliance has emerged. The Establishment has always considered itself the best and most commented-on protector of the interests of Pakistan, and the landlords, businessmen, and air stewards not only endorsed it but also offered their services to it. They all played a role in the partisan action to save the country. In contrast, the Communist Party of China derives its power from the grassroots level. It is structured that keeps the leader ready for the future. For seven years, President Shi Jinping volunteered to help locals in a remote village in the province of Shengjie Province, providing water, drainage and energy projects. Shi Jin Ping marveled when he was fifteen years old and when he left, he had made many friends there. Almost all the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party are stepping in. That is why they have proved extremely acceptable to the public. Our establishment, on the other hand, is following its discipline, which originates in Grayson and flourishes. It has nothing to do with public opinion. Chairman Mousse was the son of a tight farmer and he also spent his time serving the people in the village where he grew up. Establishment in Pakistan is the most organized and strong institution in the country. Its mindset is, however, anchored in Graduation. She believes that whether it be up to a political party or a personality or organically opposed, it is always in the best interest of the country. Critics call it social engineering. This indirect intervention, whether done in good faith, produced unacceptable results that were not intended, resulting in the bargaining on the principle of merit, transparency, accountability and political correctness. In China, everything was successful because it firmly believed in the concept of a system, a party, a language, and a nation. Its leaders achieved all the goals.

The issue of Pakistan is to be mixed up with many issues. Functional democracy has been linked to governance in a dysfunctional system. Depending on matters worse, Christie's, a bureaucracy with selfish leaders and British rule, is like a wax nose to turn whichever way. The Establishment, of course, has always sought to strike a balance between trying to hide its dominant position and the face of its dominant position. The MQM, PML-N, PML-Q and some parties of Balochistan are exemplary of this balancing act. The results are quite the opposite. China is the second-largest economy in the world under the leadership of the Communist Party. Under GHQ's Pyramid Directive, Pakistan is on the verge of becoming a normal state with security concerns fighting on regional and international fronts. Many of Pakistan's problems arose as a basis for security policies. The state-of-the-art central machinery has been active in China. This is the system by which the Communist Party of China has succeeded in shaping the country into an economic charisma. The Communist Party is in no position to blame anyone else for any wrongdoing. If he were to be blamed, then his own people. That is why she has been extraordinary and remarkably unpopular in terms of accounting for those held in important positions. It should not be surprising that New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman also had to say that one party's government has many disadvantages and drawbacks, but if enlightened individuals take the lead, this style of government A few benefits are also possible and this can be understood by looking at China. At the same time, there is no denying the fact that under one-party power, politically difficult but important decisions can be easily implemented to move society forward in the 21st century. The Communist Party of China has stepped up its accountability process. On the other hand, in Pakistan, I have seen politicians who prioritize their interests by taking turns, exercising their powers incorrectly, accumulating wealth and focusing on the reform of the governance system. As a result. I increased the cost of governance and the establishment had to intervene to save the country. While the generals (Ayub Khan, Yahya Khan, Ziaul Haq and Pervez Musharraf) were in power, they did not find a realistic solution to the country's dumb economic problems. The establishment tried to justify indirect or indirect interference in political affairs by chanting slogans of accountability on the basis of allegations of corruption. The process of accountability has never gained popularity in the country. The main reason for this is that corruption is found in the system of seeking answers from the corrupt. Contradictions are very prominent. Establishments want to fix matters, but they only use the existing civil legal framework. Interesting elements comprising politicians, businessmen, and lawmakers undermine the process of accountability.

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