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Friday, January 30, 2015

NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES IN HUNZA FOR THE ELECTIONS IN GB.


WA HUNZUKUTZ
The most likey dates for the elections appear to be May 2015, accordingly we must have a clear idea on who should represent the populations at the three tiers viz. GBLA, DISTRICT and UNION.
My personal recommendations are, the names must come from following TANZIMS:
a. GBLA: BRSO
b. DISTRICT: KADO and LSOs/VOs/WOs in Ahmad Abad, Aliabad, Ghulkin and Khaibar.
c. UNION: LSO/VO/WO in each village.
For the basis of these views please read the contents on these links:
(1) http://www.akdn.org/Content/907
(2) http://hisamullahbeg.blogspot.com/2010/02/introduction-to-hdf.html
(3) http://hisamullahbeg.blogspot.com/2011/09/alternate-forum-for-political-action.html
(4) http://hisamullahbeg.blogspot.com/2015/01/views-on-upcoming-elections-in-gb-and.html
My proposed name for GBLA is Mr. Nur Khan, Chairman of BRSO on the basis of my personal evaluation with regard to:
(a) Future designs - ROAD-MAP (will share shortly)
(b) Demonstrated performance towards:
(i) Self Reliance: Hunza Apples Project, Land Banking, Energy etc.
(ii) Annual Reports:
https://drive.google.com/drive/#folders/0BxkGkCUURXBlYzM1N2Q0MmMtNjYxYi00ZWRhLTk0NTgtODAwNmMzYzFhMGRl
(iii) Exposure at National and International levels. He represented GB in the recenly held all Pakistan Convention, Got his training in Japan and hosted many delegations from leading countries in the world besides his training activities in Astore, Ghazer and other districts in GB.

 Election of a representative not spending even a penny , preferring TKN overe DONORS and demonstrating through performance on ground is a better option for election and hope for LAGISLATIVE performance - the bread and butter for GBLA- towards safeguarding economical interests and better quality of life for the people.

Words of Wisdom by the Guide:

"A vast decentralisation of decision-making is already occurring in many countries; it has the advantage of placing new responsibilities in the hands of local communities.... For the key to future progress will lie less in traditional top-down systems of command and control -- and more in a broad, bottom-up spirit of coordination and cooperation." 

"Social progress, in the long run, will not be found by delegating an all-dominant role to any one player -- but rather through multi-sector partnerships. And within each sector of society, diversity should be a watchword. Healthy communities must respect a range of educational choices ... [The Ummah] must become full and even leading participants in the Knowledge Society of the 21st Century. That will mean embracing the values of collaboration and coordination, openness and partnership, choice and diversity -- which will under-gird the Knowledge Society, learning constantly to review and revise and renew what we think we know -- learning how to go on learning. In the age of the Internet, knowledge is universally shaped, universally accessible, and universally applied. And successful institutions of learning must be global institutions.... [I]n the Knowledge Society, productive research is most often partnership research ... sharing agendas and exchanging insights. New knowledge is a constantly unfolding gift of God -- but it is rarely something that is achieved in isolation."
best of luck for hunza populations.

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