Sana Khan, 17 years Turbat I will end injustice in the country. Talal Ali, 16 years, Multan I will improve the literacy rate of Pakistan. Finally, I would make education and health free for the less privileged so that they can change their lives.
Empowering the youth means empowering the country and with their talent, they will bring a positive image of our country in front of the whole world.
The earth acts as a foster- mother to him and offers all the beautiful temptations and allurements to humor him. Afaf Nawaz, 16 years, Faisalabad If I get the opportunity to be the leader of Pakistan, then first I would eradicate corruption and corrupt leaders of the country.
According to him, a child is a seer and a philosopher. Maryam Amjad, 10 years, Karachi My foremost priority would be to improve services for the landowners of Pakistan. India will be a great power and no other country will dare attack India. Zamin Talpur, My first priority would be to make education accessible to all, particularly women.
All the vices of this world take hold of him and virtually he becomes a fallen angel. People, regardless of their social status and gender, would be able to get quality education and have good jobs. I will also not demand any luxuries and protocol.
All poor people could come and get anything from such centres for free. Without it, our country will be ruined. Even if five percent of the people of Pakistan are convinced, then a single act of generosity by these five percent can change the lives of many.
I will allow provision of financial help to the poor people so that they could start small businesses. Zeeshan Haider Baladi, 17 years, Karachi Education will be my first priority, so I will build schools and colleges all over the country. The examination system will be over-hauled, so that there is no copying and the real merit of a student is readily discernible.
I shall raise its standard and make it based on merit and for all. I shall endeavour to give full employment to at least one member of each house-hold.
Hasan Asif, 8 years, Karachi I will kick out those corrupt leaders due whom our country is suffering. Maryam Rahman, 12 years, Karachi I will allocate a large budget for education so that our educational institutes become at par with those of the best universities abroad.
Ahmad Shahzad, 13 years Luckily, if I become the PM for one day, then I will end child labour and honour killing from every part of the country.
This way there will be more money for the state to use for making schools and universities, so more children can be educated. Simran Pamela Shahani 16 years, Karachi I will build houses in every province for the poor and free food will also be provided there.
The second thing I will do will be the fullest and genuine attention to the poorest and the lowliest.
Rija Qadri, 15 years Karachi My first priority will be to eliminate illiteracy from Pakistan by building schools, and providing free and safe education to all Pakistani children. The first thing I would do is to ask all the teachers of Pakistan to help students in their studies and extracurricular activities with their whole heart.
Saaim Saadi, 13 years, Karachi I would love to be the prime minister for a day. A child is not free to do whatever he likes and go wherever he likes. I would also improve the public transport system and the rescue services of Pakistan. In my opinion, the salaried people require relief in particular.
He depends upon his parent for everything. He is fond of play in which he tries to keep himself busy as much as possible.What this country really needs is a prime minister to say, “don’t worry, we are going nowhere”.
Time is of the essence of course, so I’d have to. If I was the prime minister for a day. This week at school I need to do a presentation on what I would do if I was Prime Minster of Australia for a day.
I’ve thought long and hard about what I would do and have listed my top five. Essay on If I were the Prime Minister of India (free to read). If ever I am lucky enough to become the Prime Minster of India, I shall bring about tar-reaching changes in various fields. First of all, I shall try my level best to make my country a.
So virtually one day of me being the Prime Minister will not yield any fruit neither for me nor for the country. Thank you. Criticism ar welcomed. If I become prime minister for a day, I will formulate new policies to bring down the prices of essential commodities, food and vegetables.
I will ensure to check oil prices. I will frame good policies for the health of children, women and elderly people. If I will be the Prime Minister of Pakistan for one day, I will not change my lifestyle.
I will also not demand any luxuries and protocol. I will work for.Download