Pakistan will split into 2 parts in 2023 : Professor at Delaware University

Professor Muqtedar Khan

Islamabad (Pakistan) – “Pakistan is currently facing 6 types of crisis – political, economic, security, system, image and environmental. Due to these crises, Pakistan may split into two parts, or all the Government institutions of the country may fail in 2023”, predicted Professor Muqtedar Khan (Founding Director of the Islamic Studies Program at the University of Delaware, USA).

Khan also said that if India wants, it can declare war and annex Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and other Provinces.

(Credit : Aaj Tak)

Professor Muqtedar Khan said,

1. If the situation in Pakistan does not improve, thousands of refugees will leave Pakistan and migrate all over the world. It will have a big impact on India.

2. After Imran Khan was ousted from power, a political crisis has arisen in Pakistan. Imran Khan is holding protest marches and delivering speeches. This political crisis does not allow the Government to run the administration properly.

3. Pakistan has high inflation and the rate of development has been very low. Exports have also declined, leading to many financial problems. The biggest problem is that if they need anything, they cannot import it. It takes 10 to 20 years to get out of bankruptcy.

4. The security problem has become very serious in Pakistan. One is the Taliban on the border and the other is ‘Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)’. TTP has actually declared its independent Government in Pakistan. So now 2 Governments rule in Pakistan. If the Pakistani Government starts a war against TTP, the latter will flee to Afghanistan. There is a possibility that the Taliban will then attack Pakistan.

5. If India invades Pakistan, it can easily annex the territory it wants from Pakistan. Pakistan has sent half its army to fight the Taliban. How will they fight India with half their army ? But India is not cunning like Pakistan.

6. Pakistan has a people’s Government, a military Government, and a TTP Government, which is a very confusing situation. It is not clear which Government is in charge of the citizens who live in the areas under TTP influence. Pakistan has a crisis of Government-in-rule, and to end this, it will have to reorganise its Provinces. The army will also have to change.