Pakistan is a developing or underdeveloped country? Pakistan problems as a developing country.
Role of Pakistan in Developing Countries
Pakistan came into being on 14 th August, 1947. This country came on the face of the world on 27 the Ramadan, most probably the Shab e qader! This is unusual and extraordinary! It clearly shows that Pakistan do have a serious and long lasting role in the world and is drawn on the globe for a purpose.
It is said that Khana e Ka’aba is at the center of the world and Pakistan is in the center of the continent of Asia. Pakistan had faced a number of problems right from its existence, but with true spirit of words and letters, she continued working hard and coined herself as ‘developing’ country.
Iran, India, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Maldives, Myanmar are all developing countries of third world. Many of the population in these countries are living in poverty and have less chances of getting jobs and opportunities. Pakistan, being the Nuclear Power has earned a magnanimous power and magnitude among these countries and the third world countries started to expect from her a lot.
The recent development in Pakistan in the name of CPEC, China Pakistan Economic Corridor, has stunned the countries and they all are eager to join the money rush. This is a huge step in the development of the country herself and is a source of getting jobs for the allied countries of the third world. If their financial issues are resolved timely then they can get themselves for better education and hence better living standards.
Role of Pakistan in the third world if of leader and leadership is all that matters. Steps taken in by the Pakistan in the near future can have great impact on the foreign policies and allied policies of other countries, so it is mandatory for Pakistan to fashion good decisions in the betterment of the countries of the third world!