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Inflation: Who is responsible?

Last Night there were guest at our home and that night I could not sleep well because of the children with the guests, they were just three people with a number 15 children, so I start writing a blog that time, Including me every individual can easily criticize the governments for the shortage of things and inflation in the country, they never think about this that they themselves contributed a lot in this, If every Pakistani will patriotically think about the rising up population so everything will get better after some time automatically, I request all the parent to read this blog completely and think for a while that who is responsible for the backwardness and inflation of Pakistan

Our Beloved country Pakistan ended 2013 with a population of 182,589,000 people, which represents an increase of 3,428,889 people compared to 2012.

Pakistan is number 6 among the 182 countries which published this information in DatosMacro.com.

The male population is greater, with 92,019,313 men, representing 50.39% of the total, compared to 87,140,798 or 47.72% women.

Pakistan, with 229 people per square km and it was in position 150th in our ranking of density population in 2013.

Since the year 1947, when the country became a sovereign state, the population of Pakistan has increased significantly, particularly because more and more people felt comfortable moving their families and businesses to the area. Compared to the other countries in the region, the growth rate of Pakistan is about 2.1 percent higher. It is predicted that in about 35 years, if this growth continues, the population of Pakistan will eventually become double of what it was back in 2001. Judging from how the population has grown significantly over just ten years, this “doubled population” figure does not seem to be far off.

If the same rate of population remains so in 2030, Pakistan will be the largest Muslim-majority country w/ 245 million people.

When we will look into the history of Pakistan Population, so it is really alarming,   To break this down even more specifically, the population of Pakistan grew, on average, at a rate of 3 percent per year from 1950 until the middle of the 1980’s decade. From the mid 1980’s until the year 2000, the growth of the population slowed down to about 2.6 percent per year; and from 2000 to 2012, to about 2 percent per year. The reason for this slow population increase may be that the country spent a lot of time and effort to slow down the population growth. As a result of these efforts, it is a lot poorer than what is was a long time ago. If it did not make any effort to slow down its population increase, then there would actually be 49.13 million MORE people in the country than the current reports. But on the other end, they would also be a lot richer as a country. In other words, Pakistan, had it not slowed down its population increase, would actually be 52 percent richer than it is right now. Obviously, history cannot be changed, so the efforts have been switched to educating its population instead.

Life Expectancy in Pakistan: In the year 1984, the life expectancy of a Pakistani citizen was only at 56.9 years. As of the year 2002, the life expectancy has jumped up to 63 years of age. The improvement was a direct result of improved medical facilities and better educated health professionals available in the country. The downside, unfortunately, is that doctors and nurses are still in short number for the citizens that need them. There is only 1 nurse for every 3,700 people in the country. If the country is looking to improve health among its citizens and continue to grow their life expectancy rate, then the number of available doctors and nurses needs to continue to grow. If these numbers do not improve, then the people of Pakistan will actually see their life expectancy rate dip back down to the numbers of the mid 1990’s (59 years of age). The life expectancies of males and females are generally the same in Pakistan. As of 2002, men were expected to live around 63.7 years, while women were expected to live 63.4 years. (These numbers are according to the National Institute of Population Studies.)

This is the same Pakistan with the same land of 803,940 square kilometers, the same Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad but the Population is almost more than its double after the partition, so this is our right to think about the crucial issue of the rising Population in Pakistan, we should use ever precautionary measures to stop the alarming Population rate in Pakistan.

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