Posted on August 19, 2006
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28 responses to “ATP Poll: Who did the most ‘good’?”

  1. worldlife27 says:

    Every leader had his own way of benefiting the country except Nawaz Sharif. He always use to say about dictator but he is forgetting that a dictator(ZAH) got him into the politics. Today, when both the brothers are in politics, they are just here for corruption or to fight with Musharaff. Nothing else are they here for. They have made everything out of the reach of peoples. SOooooooo many taxes have been imposed by them just to full their pockets. and Mr. Zardari, the whole world knows what he is and even all of you. Only Ayub, ZAB, ZUH and in some terms Musharaff did something for this country. Benazir didn’t get her chance to do anything. And our future Chairperson(PPP) is much more then his father. see youtube for his character.

  2. MQ says:

    Akram,

    That the Green Revolution was brought by Ayub Khan is a misconception. Even though Pakistan made considerable economic progress in Ayub-era the Green Revolution, however, was triggered by research carried out in another country far away from Pakistan — in Mexico.

    Norman Bourlag (Nobel 1970) successfully developed high yielding varieties of wheat known as Mexican varieties. They were dwarf in height (2-3 feet tall) and relatively resistant to disease and pests. Their per acre yields were potentially 3 times that of the native varieties. These varieties were exported to Pakistan and India in 1965 under the name Mexi-Pak and Indo-Max(?)under an American. By 1970 the wheat output both in India and Pakistan had doubled. This led to research on rice at the International Rice Research Institute in Manila and development of high yielding rice varieties, known as IRRI.

    Initially the farmers were reluctant to switch over to the new varieties, which they said were not as tasty in eating as the native varieties but soon the economics of production outweighed in any other advantage and the farmers took to growing the new varieties as an earlier generation had switched from desi ghee to Dalda and vegetable oils or from desi chicken and eggs to what is called “farmiâ€

  3. I WOULD LIKE TO SAY Mr AYUB KHAN NO I WHO BRING GREEN
    REVOLUTION IN COUNTRY NO 2 Mr ZOOLFQAR ALI BHUTOO NO 3
    ZIA-UL HAQ WHO COMPLETED NUCLEAR NO 4 BANAZEER JUST GENTLE
    LADY NOT MORE THAN THIS THEN FORGET ABOUT NAWAZ SHARIF NOTHING WAS GOOD JUST RESPONSIBLE FOR RAPE CASES ALONG WITH
    ZIA SHAHID KHABRAIN NEWS PAPER