voters were promised that the PTI Gilgit-Baltistan government would bring change.
Voters almost felt that PTI members were actually revolutionaries. Disabled people of Gilgit-Baltistan also had the same hope.
Yet when it comes to politicians or bureaucrats, hope is a mirage.
PTIGB stands on a manifesto approved by our former Prime Minister Imran Khan in 2018 general elections. An important element of the manifesto was to promote and support the needs of the disabled, where the PTI said that the 2% quota reserved for the disabled was often not implemented in spirit.
which is a signatory. In addition, we will provide training, skills and finance through public-private partnerships for persons with various disabilities and income support for persons with severe disabilities.
We believe that PTI governments in other provinces, Punjab and KPK, are implementing Imran Khan\\’s vision but not in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Why don\\’t these revolutionaries follow some of Khan\\’s goals and objectives?
PTI ministers say that they are working with regard to disabled people in Gilgit-Baltistan.
what kind of work they have done before?
Khan is a visionary leader, but his team is not.
In Gilgit-Baltistan, where there is a degree of gender equality, high levels of educational attainment, and interfaith harmony, why is the government neglecting to implement specific policies for the disabled?
Protection must be provided under the Constitution, which makes the state legally bound to protect the most vulnerable.
Furthermore, if the Gilgit-Baltistan Persons with Disabilities Act 2019 is implemented, it will meet international standards and may be better than other laws in some aspects.
The PTI government has so far failed to provide their rights to the disabled community.
These politicians are not in favor of Khan\\’s vision. Instead, they are fans of themselves.
Otherwise, why will they fail to implement the goals set by Imran Khan?
Who wants equality in our society. Where is the state of Medina? We want to see change.