Q. 115.0( 2 Votes )

Identify the fact

Answer :

The factors that contributed to Pakistan‟s failure in building a stable democracy are :

The social dominance of the military power in Pakistan has been encouraged involuntarily and this is the reason why the elected parties are often overthrown.


There is a lack of support to Pakistan from the international organizations for the democratic rule.


The US and other countries have supported the military set up, due to their own interests. The global fear against Islam and the assumption that Pakistan has a nuclear weapon which can be used for mass destruction also put the stability in question.


Certain groups were in favour of a military army set up. They felt that the political parties and the democracy of Pakistan is flawed. Moreover, with the Indo Pak conflicts, it was felt that the army must be in power.


OR


The positive developments in Indo-Bangladesh relations are :


Both the countries have cooperated peacefully for disaster management programmes


The economic relations between the two countries have also improved.


The negative developments in Indo-Bangladesh relations are :


The issue of sharing the water of river Ganga and the Brahmaputra


One matter of disagreement is that Bangladesh has refused the entry of Indian army through its territory to the North Eastern parts of India.


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