Quaid e Azam Mohammef Ali Jinnah and with him the Muslim League out smarted
Out manovored , out played, and won Pakistan, against the Hindu Congress , from which they never recovered . They took it as a personal defeat
So are hell bent on trying to destroy Pakistan

They are buying the politicians and these Mir Jaffers and Mir Sadiqs or Trators of Pakistan are eating up Pakistan as moths

Make a country economically weak it will collapse

The paid traitors stopped building the dams in the assembly's , they took massive loans and siphoned the money overseas and took billions of dollars as bribes and kickbacks

Try them in special military courts and if found guilty hang them and their whole family's
Give them an option bring the money back and only the traitors will be hanged otherwise their whole family will suffer.

The money will come in , pay off the entire debt
This will start the process of Pakistan becoming strong

No traitor, no Looter, will be tolerated

This will start the process of fixing Pakistan

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