Testimonials


Danish Nizami

Pakistan is one of the unfortunate states which are suffering from severe ills of the society; corruption is one of those; damaging the pillars of the country.

I have always wondered how we will be able to see where is the money spent and how the estimates are made, as millions of rupees go down the drain for small development schemes. I had an utmost desire in my mind that the citizens could be able to see the details about utilization of our finances and we could experience transparency and accountability in Pakistan. I went through the legislation proposed about accountability and transparency; to my awe, the things which were always stuck in my mind, are there on the page. I really think that Pakistan can recover from the debts if controlled system of financial management is introduced and followed. If the figures are open and there is a control regarding false reporting of expense, everyone will be conscious for being noticed; in case of committing any unfair act which may be caught and lead to the legal trial.

Farwa Malik

I strongly support this legislation as it provides solid grounds for building a sustainable infrastructure in order to ensure transparency and accountability in all federal and provincial government set ups.

This kind of radical change was much needed since years as Pakistan started to face economic crisis and got buried under huge loans worth millions of dollars. Moreover, we as a responsible citizen regularly pay taxes but still the problems of Poverty, Unemployment, shortage of Electricity and Gas; and lack of education prevails. To overcome all these problems; we need to have a system of check and balance that is open to general public in the form of an electronic portal proposed by this legislation. The idea of developing an e-Portal having detailed reports and financial analysis on allocated budgets and expenditures incur by each and every government office is indeed an excellent mechanism to keep track of wasted resources resulting in loss of National Treasury. This would not only give a true picture to the tax payers in terms of questioning any irregular patterns of wasted money but also gives a useful data analysis to the government at the time of yearly budget planning that could be helpful for long term savings.

Sadia Umer

Being a common citizen of Pakistan, I might at least bother about the budgeting as I am more concerned about my salary, inflation and my expenses.

Well the question is that why every year I come across with the negative budget and the expenditures are higher. Why is it so that the budget is in deficit and the general public is not aware on the calculations? Yes there is a reason for that and which is a bitter fact that we don’t have any records to verify the figures provided by the government. Budget of this year 2014-15 was 4,302 billion. This size is 7.9% higher than the size of budget estimates 2013-14. What are the reasons which make the financial minister to think and raise the budget to 7.9 %? Well as a matter of fact we don’t have any portal, library, documentary records which can show the estimations or figures. I believe that if we become successful in this portal we can bring the transparency in our records and government will no more be answerable to the people as well. This portal can also help the government to have a contingency plan in case of economical crisis as well. I being a student of finances and account strongly recommend the implementation of this legislation. When your records and budget is strong, your economy grows and I am sure this can bring sustainability in the life of common people.

Maryam Irfan

We want transparency in all financial departments of Pakistan. I am a supporter of this legislation as well.

I totally agree with the objectives and purposes of the legislation which totally rely on a proper channel of monitoring the financial invoices of the country by a COMMON MAN. Tax payer is the one who is paying and building up a country’s treasure. He has right to have an account of where all this money is being spent. I am glad to know that such organizations are working in our country which are working for the betterment to this level. We want a detail of every rupee being spent to stop any erroneous invoicing. With only this track, we will be able to overcome the economic issues and poverty in our country.

Tehseen Rafi

This legislation is a great step towards achievement of the MDGs. The elected representatives of the nation take charge on the basis of the mandate that has been given to them by the citizens of Pakistan.

This refers to their liabilities to serve the people who brought them to do so, but unfortunately, they come not to serve but to rule. The promises to serve and solve all the problems are wrapped safely until the next election. This legislation will be a “dream come true” for each of the Pakistani, who is deemed to see the faces of the leaders once they are elected. This way they will be held responsible and answerable to the public; this way their performance will be ultimately enhanced as they will know that this time the public will not believe the false promises. The other aspect of the legislation is also significant, as it will raise curtains from the claims of improved law and order situation. Monthly updates on the data will force them to improve the situation and decrease the crime rate. This will create a sense of responsibility at the decision making level. In my view this will a great contribution for the country; a great effort indeed.

Nesa Rao

14 years have been passed from the 9/11 event. The consequences of this disaster have brought many changes in the lives of Muslims especially in Pakistan.

The law and order situation has become worst and the drone attacks have taken lives of many innocent people. When I think of my beautiful home county I feel demise as this is not the country for which our ancestors have dreamed. But it is never late to bring a change and prosperity in the country. It is always our dearest wish to bring happiness in the grassroots level by implementing the better security, law and order situation. If you control the law and order you can do the social development as well. By the grace of Almighty situation is becoming stable now. It is the time for the government to monitor and held accountable all the nominated people sitting in the assemblies of Pakistan. If this law is implemented it can bring positive change in the lives of people. When your representatives are accountable they will think of security, poverty, health, education and livelihood of their people not about themselves only. The availability of the data and reports is a magnificent idea; as on the basis of their monthly progress and performance, the common person can ascertain their mistakes by electing these people. The addiction of power and seat is not deniable, when a representative will know that my performance is in front of people, he will thrive for the betterment. I believe that the implementation of this legislation can bring positive change for the people by the people. Long live mother land.

Madiha

Being a citizen of a country where we talk a lot about democracy, it is no wonder that you wish implementation of the accountability parameters and protocols as well.

Pleased enough to go through the legislation which states that the social development and the crime rate will be monitored and controlled with the help of the local representatives. We have been and still facing issues related to the performance of our elected representatives. They make big and false promises before election and after that we thrive to see their faces. It will be a good action if we start monitoring their performances in their constituencies. I wish this legislation become active at earliest; because I have witnessed the areas in Pakistan where local representatives don’t even visit their town and people are complaining about their poverty, security and education. I believe if we implement this plan, we can bring revolutionary change in the society. I have a strong faith that the implementation of this plan can not only bring the reduction in crime rate but also the betterment in the performance of our elected representatives as well. We just pray that Almighty brings the happiness and prosperity in our country which is only possible when the elected representatives are held responsible for their performance in their area.

Umme Talha

My patriot soul always asked me a question, why not the best for Pakistan, and I never had an answer. From support staff to CSP officers, there is a tough competition on merit; multiple stages and ways of testing and great effort to choose the best.

I wonder why nobody has ever thought that we need the best lot of professionals to run our country, decide its fate and drive its progress; the most important job of the country. We have even seen totally illiterate people to rule us, who cannot even deliver a speech on their own. For the patriots like us this legislation is really a light in the darkness of hopelessness. Men light and leading is a great concept with allocation for the cream of the country for running the systems. The best passed out students, best brains of business and above all key contributors among the overseas Pakistanis will lead us and develop the country. This way we will be able to get rid of the pseudo politicians who just pass 5 years receive benefits and leave without any contribution to the country.

Maryam Irfan

No doubt, we need a system which has to be upgraded at least annually. Training of government officials must be mandatory.

No doubt, our country’s system demands that the officials must submit their reports or plans yearly or quarterly, yet, a lot of accountability and follow-up needs to be done. I am glad that a local man is aware of these needs and demands them to be accomplished. I am keen to see my country developing like this where all of the government employees are updated to the recent and advances strategies and plans and they are monitored by their competent authorities. These trainings and follow-ups would not let the system rust. The employees’ efficiency would be enhanced and their performance would be polished. Moreover, defining the goals and objectives quarterly or annually would help the departments to achieve their goals and gain a better quality of targets.

Danish Nizami

Uniform education system is the call from every Pakistani who considers education as the key to the long term prosperity. Unless we bring the whole nation to the same level, we cannot expect the same level of efforts and contribution.

Unfortunately the use of multiple education systems has become a base of segmentation in the society. We consider the foreign education systems to be a status symbol, and the students coming from the Pakistani systems are facing discrimination at various levels. By introducing uniform education system, we can combat this segmentation and frustration and provide equal opportunity to contribute for our country. This way education will not remain a sellable commodity but a true means to groom a nation. Also by uniform testing systems we will get a cluster of well-educated youngsters who will be capable to take over the responsibility of the country to give a tough competition to the other nations. I wish this happens soon and our coming generation reaps the fruits to lead the country to the journey of prosperity.

Recent Testimonials

  • Danish Nizami

    Pakistan is one of the unfortunate states which are suffering from severe ills of the society; corruption is one of those; damaging the pillars of the country. I have always wondered how we will be able to see where is the money spent and how the estimates are made, as millions of rupees go down the drain for small development schemes.

  • Farwa Malik

    I strongly support this legislation as it provides solid grounds for building a sustainable infrastructure in order to ensure transparency and accountability in all federal and provincial government set ups. This kind of radical change was much needed since years as Pakistan started to face economic crisis and got buried under huge loans worth millions of dollars.

  • Sadia Umer

    Being a common citizen of Pakistan, I might at least bother about the budgeting as I am more concerned about my salary, inflation and my expenses. Well the question is that why every year I come across with the negative budget and the expenditures are higher. Why is it so that the budget is in deficit and the general public is not aware on the calculations?

  • Maryam Irfan

    We want transparency in all financial departments of Pakistan. I am a supporter of this legislation as well. I totally agree with the objectives and purposes of the legislation which totally rely on a proper channel of monitoring the financial invoices of the country by a COMMON MAN.

  • Tehseen Rafi

    This legislation is a great step towards achievement of the MDGs. The elected representatives of the nation take charge on the basis of the mandate that has been given to them by the citizens of Pakistan. This refers to their liabilities to serve the people who brought them to do so, but unfortunately, they come not to serve but to rule.

  • Nesa Rao

    14 years have been passed from the 9/11 event. The consequences of this disaster have brought many changes in the lives of Muslims especially in Pakistan. The law and order situation has become worst and the drone attacks have taken lives of many innocent people.

  • Madiha

    Being a citizen of a country where we talk a lot about democracy, it is no wonder that you wish implementation of the accountability parameters and protocols as well. Pleased enough to go through the legislation which states that the social development and the crime rate will be monitored and controlled with the help of the local representatives.

  • Umme Talha

    My patriot soul always asked me a question, why not the best for Pakistan, and I never had an answer. From support staff to CSP officers, there is a tough competition on merit; multiple stages and ways of testing and great effort to choose the best. I wonder why nobody has ever thought that we need the best lot of professionals to run our country.

  • Maryam Irfan

    No doubt, we need a system which has to be upgraded at least annually. Training of government officials must be mandatory. No doubt, our country’s system demands that the officials must submit their reports or plans yearly or quarterly, yet, a lot of accountability and follow-up needs to be done.

  • Danish Nizami

    Uniform education system is the call from every Pakistani who considers education as the key to the long term prosperity. Unless we bring the whole nation to the same level, we cannot expect the same level of efforts and contribution. Unfortunately the use of multiple education systems has become a base of segmentation in the society.