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Naya Pakistan

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The dawn of Naya Pakistan (Urdu: نیا پاکستان‎) is a reference to the July 25th, 2018 victory of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the 2018 Pakistani general election. It is a promise by the PTI party that corruption and poverty will come to an end in the new Pakistan. It was a patriotic political slogan and a revolutionary song composed by guitarist Salman Ahmad and sung by the late Junaid Jamshed for the PTI party led by Imran Khan. The term "Naya Pakistan" translates from Urdu to "New Pakistan", a reference to the party's platform which calls for a radical restructuring of the governance system of Pakistan.[1]

This would be the start of a new era, which Imran Khan and his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, which is Urdu for 'Pakistan Justice Movement', had promised the nation since the Dawn of 12 November 2012, at Lahore. The phrase means 'New Pakistan' and vehemently used in the 2014 protests by Imran Khan. Khan cites for new avenues of both economic and social development to uplift the poor and weak population that currently comprises most of the 220 million population of Pakistan. PTI has long been an advocate of robust accountability within the county's parliamentary, military and bureaucratic setups. In his first address to nation as PM elect, Khan promised to start accountability from himself then his party fellows followed by rest of the country.

References[edit]

  1. "Decoding Imran Khan's Naya Pakistan Through 3 Speeches & A Fumble". 18 August 2018.



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