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Hamad Raza
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What are the comments of experts on the statement of chairman fbr. "property prices soon will come down!"

    95 days ago In Investors Advice
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    Imtiaz
    (1282 posts)
    Arshad SB, you make sense! That has been the point, beside political affiliations & bias, there lies facts, numbers and data that doesn't owe a bit to anyone.

    However, the political generation that has been nourished in the last decade can deny all data/statistics from SBP, Bureau of Statistics, IMF, ADB etc. on the face of it and bring along the bigotry. That lot exists here too.

    Hope we all realise that seeking comfort in rosy lies is far more damaging then painful truth that is the only progression that counts!

    Year long stuff on 'Currency Devaluation' thread...
      50 days ago 

      Abdul Qayyum
      (2029 posts)
      Gents:
      All of your learned analysis is convincing but we know in our country, none of the rulers from Nawaz or Zardari govt ever thought of Pakistan’s real betterment?
      Both worked for their own ever empty pockets. Now it does not look good if we keep blaming the past rulers.
      But these corrupt lots are now facing justice and there is no option left to get the country out of the turmoil, until unless we get the looted money from both and pay back to the lenders!
      Here one can make a point that why we are after only half of them, Yes, one is right but then at least a journey has been commenced and we must appraise the present govt at least on this point.
      Is not it, Sir?
      When half of them are done by whoever in power then automatically an environment would be created for, the other half. After Imran, the other govt “Imran ki govt ki corruption ko pataal sey bhi dhoung nikale gee”
      We are talking billions stacked in property and cash outside. Let us at least encourage Imran for starting this process.
      It is not about only Imran, Nawaz or Zardari, it is about our incoming generations.
      This is one good point and second is from JDM sb on improved tax collection.
      Let us see how many more in pipeline, I would rather be still on hopeful side.
        50 days ago 

        Abdul Qayyum
        (2029 posts)
        "It seems that you are very naïve"
        Thanks, sir
        Let us sleep over it.

        But then a good question from a naïve person:
        Why there are talks in progress from Nawaz & Z to settle on payback and get the hell out of jail?
        They are ready to pay but do not like their name to be highlighted.
        Regarding far distant previous rulers, Yes, why not but is it practical now?
        OK, agreed, if Imran is asking the looters to payback, He is doing a big mistake. He is wrong, who else done this and why it SHOUL be done?
        After all corruption is the integral part of the democracy?
        No solution of our beloved country's problems!
        Welcome siblings of Nawaz & Zee. You are badly awaited!
        Come & serve the country exactly in the way of your babas!
          50 days ago 

          Abdul Qayyum
          (2029 posts)
          Yes, Arshad sb.



          Very right, the system needs to be changed. 70 years of experiments, we are back to zero.

          I am just victim of hope, thinking that NOW our Judiciary is on the right path, our military is on the right path and hopefully our prime minister himself is on the right path.

          But you cannot change a system perfected on the deeply standing bad pillars!

          The only option then, let us pray for motherland, pray for shower of good thinking leaders, pray for ourselves to be changed.
            49 days ago 

            Arshad
            (768 posts)
            You are right after 70 years we are still back to zero.

            We still do not follow the constitution. We still do not respect the votes of the public.

            We still try to control media, parliament and judiciary instead of making them independent. We still try to damage our pillars, so that they are easy to control. We still continue to play the same drama, but just change the faces. We have still to gain real independence, before we were colony of UK now we are colony of US.

            Change cannot come from generals, judges, media or politicians freshly hatched under the corrupt system. Change cannot come until all individuals and institutions do not work for the common man but instead try to serve and appease unelected and unaccountable invisible people. Change can only come when the common man understands his rights and asserts it, takes ownership of the state instead of being a victim of the state.
              49 days ago 

              Isloo1
              (569 posts)


              70 years of brainwashing and we think generals, judges and mullahs are our saviors.
                49 days ago 

                Riyadh
                (56 posts)
                With due respect to all . All discussion on politics does not even worth penny .What government is doing is doing.past present and future cannot change with you people typing.

                Instead of wasting each other time please provide worthy knowledge of real estate investments ,update and share own experiences on this portal for which it is meant for.

                Please avoid being another Imtiaz who feels compulsion in writing all non sense on each any every topic being discuss.
                  49 days ago 

                  Imtiaz
                  (1282 posts)
                  Sorry Riyadh guy, Imtiaz, not being a paid tout of DHA/BT doesn't owe anything to anyone. For sure realistic terms for DHA (not all rosy piece of heaven stuff) makes you pounce to bite on very first instance. Owning some 5 Marla plot in DHA should not turn one into a life-time paid troll, that is allergic to differing point of views!

                  I may spill lots of non-sense, that's your right too, exercise it as you may wish. Go ahead destroy the nonsense with rationale and logic but dont try to be some Divine Chacha or Mamaa of the Forum. It is meant to be different strokes from different folks, not all have pledged their dignity and basic decency to DHAs/BTs/and alike, in exchange for some plot.
                    49 days ago 

                    Arshad
                    (768 posts)
                    Personally I am reluctant to make investment until there is rule of law, until I know currency will not devaluate more which is highly likely. I will be reluctant for as long as the country remains under unannouced martial law, which means nobody has any rights including fundamental rights and anything can happen.

                    Currency devaluates when you are printing currency notes out of thin air, to bridge the gap between taxation and expenditure. The extra printing of currency devalues it, and more taxation as a result is inevitable to improve demand for the currency. Government has failed to cut expenditure despite spending less on the public, and it looks like it will be unable to collect enough taxes despite taxing more. The rich are still avoiding paying taxes and the poor are facing most of the burden.

                    So for me politics and economic factors are holding me back from investing in the country.

                    Business people also have the option of voting with their feet.
                      49 days ago 

                      Ali Kamran
                      (36 posts)
                      Whenever I try to post reply, it gets stuck. Does anyone else face the same issue?
                        48 days ago 

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