Law-abiding India: model for Pakistan to follow
By Rauf Klasra
ISLAMABAD: Members of the Subcommittee of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) observed here on Tuesday that Pakistanis should at least learn some good lessons from the Indians as how to respect the law, where even a chief minister cannot dare violate an order issued by an ordinary city mayor of his province.
“The Indians are becoming a big democratic nation because they respect the law,” observed the PAC members while lamenting over sorry attitude of both the masses and civil, military bureaucracy to violate the laws without any fear.
The PAC members also conceded that in the past they had failed to hold powerful officials accountable during scrutiny of audit objections despite the fact they were present in the committee meeting.
The subcommittee met here with MNA Kunwar Khalid Younis in the chair, Ch Nisar Ali Khan and Rai Mansab Ali Khan as members to discuss audit objection regarding the Pakistan Post …