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Intro In English

Office Bearers and Members of the Organizations
(1) Each Primary Organization shall consist of the following office bearers as Jarga Members:
(i) Chief ( Mashar) (ii) Deputy Chief (iii) General Secretary (vi) Joint Secretary (v) Treasure (vi) Secretary Youth (vii) Campaign Secretary. The Office bearers shall be elected by the members of the Primary Organization.
(2) Each UC Organization shall consist of the office bearers as Jarga Members of all Primary Organizations within its area which shall form its electorate and elect the following office bearers: (i) Chief ( Mashar) (ii) Deputy Chief (iii) General Secretary (vi) Joint Secretary (v) Treasure (vi) Secretary Youth. (vii) Campaign Secretary. A working committee shall be formed which shall consist of the Chiefs of the primary organizations present in the UC. In addition to that, the Chief shall appoint 5 members of the working Committee including one from the minorities Provided that, in the absence of the primary organizations within a union council, the office bearers of the Union Council Organization shall be elected by the voter members of the PMP within that union council.
(3) A Tehsil/Town Organization shall consist of the office bearers as Jarga Members of all Union Council Organizations within its area which shall form its electorate and shall elect the following (i) Chief ( Mashar) (ii) Deputy Chief (iii) General Secretary (vi) Joint Secretary (v) Treasure (vi) Secretary Youth. (vii) Campaign Secretary. n addition to the office bearers, there shall be a working committee of the Chiefs of the UC organizations within the Tehsil/Town. Additionally, the Chief shall nominate 10 members to the working committee including one from the minorities
District Organizations ( Zely Jarga ) There shall be a District Organization for each District which shall be elected by the office bearers of all Tehsil/Town Organizations within that District which will elect the following office bearers of the District Organization as Jarga Members. (i) Chief ( Mashar)
(ii) Deputy Chief (iii) General Secretary (vi) Joint Secretary (v) Treasure (vi) Secretary Youth. (vii) Campaign Secretary.
Provincial Organizations (Sobayee Jarga) There shall be a Provincial Organization in each Province of Pakistan which shall consist of the Provincial Council (Sobayee Jarga) . A Provincial Council shall consist of the following: (a) Chiefs of the Tehsil/Taluka/Town organizations within the province; (b) Chiefs, Deputy Chiefs and GS of all District Organizations; (c) Members of the Provincial Assembly who are party members shallbe the ex officio members; (d) Technocrats and professionals from amongst the members of the party in the province to be nominated by the Chief Executive in consultation with the Provincial Chiefs. The members of Provincial Council ( Jarga ) belonging to categories (a),(b) and (c)above shall elect the following office bearers i) Chief ( Mashar) (ii) Deputy Chief (iii) General Secretary (vi) Joint Secretary (v) Treasure (vi) Secretary Youth. (vii) Campaign Secretary. In addition to this a committee and subcommittee should also formed if necessary by the council (Jarga) National Organizations( Qomi Jarga) There shall be National Organizations for the entire country including overseas Pashtuns Pakistanis which shall include the National Council ( Qomi Jarga) and the Central Committee. The National Council shall include: (a) The office bearers of the Provincial Organizations (b) The Chiefs of all District Organizations (c) There shall be members, from the women, youth, students, labour, farmers, minorities, lawyers and overseas organizations, who will be nominated by their respective organizations. (d) Technocrats and professionals in the country to be nominated by the Chief Executive who shall not exceed one-fourth of the total number of the members belonging to classes (a) to (b) above. The members of National Council ( Qomi Jarga ) belonging to categories (a), and (b) shall elect the following office bearers: (i) Chief Executive (ii) Chief (iii) Deputy Chief (iv) Secretary General (v) Additional Secretary General


(I) Name

The name of the political party is Pashtun Millat Party.

(II) Objectives

The Objectives of the Party are:

(1) To make Pakistan an Islamic democratic state which upholds the fundamental rights of the people in which all citizens, regardless of gender, caste, creed or religion can live in peace, harmony and happiness;

(2) To promote and protect freedom of thought and expression;

(3) To devise, formulate and implement systems and policies so as to eradicate corruption and tyranny in all forms and manifestations from public life and create permanent institutions of accountability

(4) To promote tolerance and eliminate all kind of prejudices throughout the country whether provincial, ethnic, religious, sectarian, linguistic or tribal and inculcate a spirit of unity, mutual respect, brotherhood and prosperity for all;

(5) To replace the prevalent colonial system of government with a vibrant, responsive and democratically-decentralized form of governance;

(6) To promote and enforce provincial autonomy;

(7) To devolve and decentralize state power to local bodies by providing constitutional protection to them in order to ensure community participation in planning and development of all regions of Pakistan;

(8) To promote equality, unity, solidarity and brotherhood among the citizens and strive for a Pashtun identity in Pakistan;

(9) To preclude and prevent personal enrichment by politicians and public officials through abuse of authority by enacting laws prohibiting conflict of interest;

(10) To eliminate nepotism and favouritism from the national life and to make merit an integral criterion in all aspects of life;

(11) To ensure independence of judiciary and provide an inexpensive and expeditious system of justice through an efficient, responsive, credible and effective court system;

(12) To eliminate the VIP culture, arrogant display of wealth and authority, double standards of dispensation of rights and justice, repression and oppression of the down-trodden by the state functionaries;

(13) To eliminate the curse of illegal wealth, feudal coercion and administrative interference in politics and elections;

(14) To weed out smugglers, drug pushers, qabza, mafias and anti-social elements;

(16) To abolish feudalism and implement land reforms and the state lands so acquired to be distributed amongst the landless peasants;

(17) To introduce a just and equitable system of land tenure and protect the tiller and the cultivator from the excesses of the revenue administration and feudal exploitation;

(18) To introduce agrarian reforms to ensure higher agricultural productivity and protection of the rights of farm workers and tenants;

(19) To zakat all sources of income including agriculture and treat it as an industry, ensure payment of all government and public dues and eliminate massive financial leakages throughout the country;

(20) To provide equal opportunities in education and achieve 100% literacy; and further to promote a knowledge economy based on higher education, research, development and technical education;

(21) To introduce a system of quality education, develop uniform core curriculum for all strata of society and discourage elitism;

(22) To ensure access to health care facilities for all citizens of Pakistan;

(23) To endeavour for achieving a sustained economic growth by introducing major improvements in the social and physical infrastructure and support facilities geared towards economic activity and prosperity for all throughout Pakistan;

(24) To contain inflation and stabilize prices of the necessities of life;

(25) To endeavour for universal employment through massive economic, industrial and agricultural growth and development;

(26) To uphold the dignity of labour, promote socio-economic and political emancipation of the working classes and ensure just wages and compensation for all workers, contract labourers and peasants;

(27) To redress the grievances and problems of the fixed income groups like salaried employees, pensioners and senior citizens;

(28) To promote and protect investments by overseas Pakistanis and other investors, cutting layers of regulations, securing a safe investment environment, transparency and durability in economic policies;

(29) To reform and restructure the civil services at all levels by providing constitutional protection to civil servants against politicization and interference and promote specialization and efficiency;

(30) To recognize, promote and implement policies that protect the rights of women belonging to all strata of society, especially the middle and working classes, urban or rural, as equal citizens and encourage the participation of women in the national and political life;

(31) To provide for representation of women at all decision-making levels;

(32) To protect the rights and interests of the minorities and to respect their aspirations and give them representation at all levels commensurate to their actual populations;

(33) To introduce and continue the joint electorates throughout and encourage all marginalized communities to participate in mainstream politics.

(34) To abolish all unjust laws favouring manipulation by the government and imposing restrictions on the freedom of press and the rights of journalists and press workers;

(35) To free the electronic and print media from governmental strangulation and monopoly;

(36) To strive for the right of the citizens to have free access to public information;

(37) To introduce police reforms in order to make it responsive to the needs of the citizens;

(38) To introduce and implement extensive judicial reforms in order to provide inexpensive and expeditious justice through an efficient court system;

(39) To introduce and strengthen an informal and efficient system of dispensation of justice;

(40) To ensure participation of the youth – the future leaders of Pakistan – in the national mainstream; (41) To train the youth and modernize their skills through technical education and employment opportunities;

(42) To ensure the continuation of voters’ age to be 18 years;

(43) To ensure participation of overseas Pakistanis in the electoral process;

(44) To strengthen family as a unit and promote family values;

(45) To preserve, protect and promote the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Pashtuns;

(46) To pursue an independent foreign policy promoting national interest with special emphasis on relations with the regional countries and the Muslim Ummah;

(47) To strengthen national security and defence against external and internal threats;

(48) To strive for the right of self-determination for the people of the State of Jammu &Kashmir;

(49) To support international efforts for the welfare and dignity of the global community and establish a just Islamic economic order;

(50) To enforce that Pakistan is a Islamic Democratic state guided by Islamic laws where tolerance, social justice and principles of genuine democracy are practiced.

(51) To ensure the elimination of all forms of terrorism by addressing its root causes;

(52)To adopt the concept of proportional representation in the electoral system;

(53) To bring FATA into the mainstream of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province and eliminate all vestiges of colonial laws and regulations; and

(54) To protect the environmental resources and ensure clean air, clean water and sustainable growth in the country while facing up to emerging threats such as climate change.