The article explores the administrative reforms in Pakistan from the time of the pre-independence era, and, in light of the present difficulties faced by the executive branch, suggests several recommendations that could address the faults in the system. While continuing to maintain its main role as a provider of public goods, the state will be expected to provide regulatory standards and maintain quality assurance to ensure that non-state actors can also provide high-quality services to the citizens.
Muhammad Adnan Khan
Mr Muhammad Adnan Khan is a final year student of BS International Relations at National Defence University. Being a student of International Relations, the writer has diverse opinions and information about the different scenarios happening around the globe.