Waqar Zaka Only Launched His Own Political Party And I Can’t Believe I Really Kinda Agree With Him
The tv show host who’s very active on societal websites only posted a half hour video speaking about his most recent initiative, which he’s calling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Tech for now.
He asked his followers to recommend whether the title was fine or if they alter it into Technology Movement Pakistan.
Waqar that has now
announced the launching of his own political party, Tehreek-e-Tech, with some very interesting phrases
He starts off by telling everybody that his video was no way contrary to the present government and he informed everyone how he had been and is Imran Khan’s largest fan.
However, he also believed the government wasn’t focusing on technology-related problems and advancement and that is the reason Waqar Zaka is stepping in.
He explained that SUPARCO was launched 8 years ahead of India’s space program ISRO but now is seriously lagging behind in the space race. He summarized how SUPARCO so far has just sent a small number of satellites to space while India’s ISRO had shipped them at the hundreds. And of course how other nations were now utilizing India’s launching pad too.
Waqar Java does have a purpose. I can not believe I’m agreeing with him however, the funding delegated to our space program is insufficient if SUPARCO would like to advance and become a leading competitor in the space race.
The manifesto contains treating the internet as a fundamental human right, introducing tech-based approaches to counter corruption, utilize blockchain technology for reporting offenses, turn villages to clever cities by educating individuals about the web and technology and more.
Oh, and he wishes to trace Elon Musk’s school concept and begin teaching about technology from Madrasas. In his video, he also concentrated a great deal on how faith ought to be utilized to disperse a pro-technology stance. I really don’t know how I really feel about this stage…
Aside from some regarding notions, what Waqar Zaka stated makes sense. Pakistan is seriously lagging behind in the race to ship assignments to space. Aside from some satellites, the prospective space technology may happen to be vastly unexplored within our nation.
Along with his insistence on introducing an e-currency and moving into some more cashless society also is logical. Not after the Venezuelan method because he said but possibly finally introducing services such as PayPal or the like that make moving funds simpler.
In general, his focus on earning Pakistanis, generally speaking, more net literate in order that they may use the world wide web to bring in cash is reasonable and is a fairly good idea on paper contemplating it’s the era of technology.
You can see his whole video here:
What do you think about Waqar Zaka’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Technology?