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Innovation is everywhere. In 2007, we began podcasting and interviewing technology experts and innovators. In 2010, we rolled out our online magazine Techistan and social video Muntwo. We are media partner for hundreds of Earth's favorite empowering events. We hope you enjoy listening to our conversations here on DIDX podcasts.

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DIDX Audio Podcasts is a program devoted to the art and craft of technology and social leadership and inspiration. The show, created and hosted by the DIDX.net team since 1999, features interviews with real people who have accomplished things we want to share. They are of different nations, religions, careers, gender, and attitudes. Be inspired! And please recommend others for us to interview and let you eavesdrop on!

Download Interview with PML Member and Pakistan Provincial Minister Ghous bux Khan Mahar on Restoration vs Refugeeism 03-12-2016 (13.27 MB)

Duration: 5:48 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 320 KBPS - Frequency: 32000 HZ

Interview with PML Member and Pakistan Provincial Minister Ghous bux Khan Mahar on Restoration vs Refugeeism

  • Interview with PML Member and Pakistan Provincial Minister Ghous bux Khan Mahar on Restoration vs Refugeeism
  • "Assalamalaykum," Techistan reporter Ms. Bowen said to Pakistan's once Speaker of Sindh Assembly, now one of provincial ministers. His concern is restoration and not refugee-making re: the Pakistan flood victims. Cell phones? Internet? Infrastructure? Education?

    Mr. Ghous bux Khan Mahar is a well-known member of the Pakistan Muslim League political party of Pakistan. He is the Provincial Minister of Food, Agriculture, and Livestock, and was the Speaker of Sindh Assembly.

    We didn't get a chance to have a very long conversation. He did explain that he is a member of the Pakistan Parliament. He is the Chairman of Industry Information Committee as a result of new constitutional act. There are four members from the opposition party and four from the current government.

    "One from the opposition is me," stated Mr. Ghous Mahar.

    Upon a question about the accomplishments and plans for the improvement of opportunities of those in Pakistan, Mr. Mahar added, "But actually, many are still not relieved from the devastation of the floods ... many have lost their land ... with 2-3 feet of water still standing ..."

    "It's cold and freezing there now," replied Suzanne Bowen. "What about cell phones and solar power to keep them charged as needed? How many have a cell phone?"

    "Almost everyone as a necessity ... farmers, laborers have cell phones," Mr. Mahar answered.

    "Then, they have Internet, too?" Suzanne Bowen asked.

    "No, not everyone has Internet on their cell phone," the PML member and Mr. Mahar. An agriculturist by profession, during 1997, he was elected MNA and Chairman of National Assembly Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat and is currently a member of the Federal Cabinet as Minister of Narcotics Control and previously held the portfolio of Railways.

    The conversation continued on restoration and opportunities versus refugeeism. The voice was not clear enough on the recording to include. So what is the answer to the lingering hardships and lack of basic necessities and next, opportunities to improve lives of flood victims?




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    Keywords: pakistan floods, cell phones, internet, pakistan politics, techistan, suzanne bowen, ghous bux khan mahar, interview