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MILITANT

WINGS IN
POLITICAL
PARTIES ASSIGNED BY :
MISS FARAH
NAQVI
MILITANT •THE WEAPONIZED GROUPS INSIDE A POLITICAL PARTY
, TO SUPPORT THEIR CAUSE BY AGGRESSIVE AND
WINGS MILITANT MEANS ARE CALLED AS MILITANT WINGS.
• TO CREATE POLITICAL
SUPREMACY.

REASONS OF • TO SUPPORT THE ILLICIT


ACTIVITIES OF PARTY.

ESTABLISHMEN • TO PRESSURIZE THE INSTITUTION


OF COUNTRY.
• TO GENERATE REVENUE FOR

T OF MILITANT PARTY.
• TO PROTECT NEPOTISM.

WINGS • TO CREATE POLITICAL DE


STABILITY IN THE COUNTRY.
• TO CREATE ETHNIC SUPREMACY
MILITANT WINGS THREAT TO DEMOCRACY
 Militant wings in political parties is the biggest threat to democracy . Because
the militant wings at one stage becomes such a cancer that even the political
party itself could not curb it. The outcome of this creates civil unrest and
democratic de stability in the country resulting in the military coup or derailing
of democracy.
 Countries supporting political wings have futile democracy.
 Europe a role model.
Militant Wings in political parties of Pakistan
Almost all the political parties of Pakistan have been related to
militant wings in past or present. These political parties present
themselves as protector of democracy but on other side have
militant wings too which is a pure contradiction.
The biggest setback that Pakistan face in the past that many
militant wings of parties were directly supported by
government or establishment.
HISTORY

Ayyub Era

Zia Regime 88-98


Militancy in
Musharraf Tenure 08-13
religious parties
STEPS NEEDED TO CURB MILITANCY
• To create sense of tolerance among the political parties and their leaders.
• Government and establishment should remain neutral among conflicts of political parties
And don’t tolerate any kind of militancy among the parties.
• Government should address all the political parties equally and must remove any kind of inferiority complex if
lies in a certain group.
• to ban all the militant wings that are working under religious parties too.
• To regularly make the financial audit of political parties.
• To stop the smuggling of weapons and make a strict weapon policy.
THE END

PRESENTED BY : ABDUL MATEEN