What are the lackings of Pakistan's economis system of Pakistan?
There is lots of thefts and bad people
and the people there are corrupt and also there is lots bribery there
Pakistan uses Islamic law as the basis of its legal system. As such, punishments are prison time and Pakistan has the death penalty. It has been reported, however, that the punishment system can be extreme for crimes that in European countries would not be as harsh. Pakistan also has penalties for blasphemy against Islam.
The scope of computer engineering in Pakistan is very vast. The reason is that the Pakistan companies, institute,universities,Govt.sectors not really know how t use computers and they were converting slowly slowly their system on computers.they faced many problem in such cases e.g the system of board is half on computer and half on manual and half of Pakistan system is on computer and they tried too hard to covert whole their system on computer so…
This is not true. Pakistan receives heavy monsoon rainfall each year. Monsoon system normally hits Pakistan in Mid July and continues till end of August. Current Monsoon system has caused adverse problems for Pakistan and emergency has been declared in river touching areas of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Pakistan has the world's largest canal system and the same is the main method of irrigation utilized by most of farmers in Pakistan. Certain streams are taken out from canals of Pakistan which ultimately reach channels, and these channels serve the purpose of delivering canal water to fields. Tube Wells are one of other methods of irrigation used in Pakistan.
One should know and make the difference, otherwise some readers will be missinformed and they get an incorrect answer and from there a wrong impression. Here is the clarification: Pakistan is called: Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It is a member of the UN as "Islamic Republic of Pakistan". So by name Pakistan is not called Federal Republic. Pakistan has adopted Federal system of governance, some times after East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was splitted from it…