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In the developed world, policy-making is a rigorous, educated and a well-thought out process. All aspects of the issue are taken into consideration, research conducted, surveys carried out, ground realities debated and finally, a decision taken to address the grievance in question.

In Pakistan, unfortunately, most decisions are taken only after a crisis has surmounted, to resolve the issues temporarily or assuage the masses by a diversion – irrespective of the harmful aftereffects.


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