Pakistani Politicians in the Eyes of Google


pakistani politicians by googleGoogle gives relevant search suggestions as you type a query. While searching for the biographies of some politicians living in Pakistan I suddenly came across some very interesting recommended search results. I almost got the same results at Google.com and Google.com.pk. Unfortunately, following are the most elected and followed politicians of Pakistan. I am sharing this post as a tech loving person and I am surely not related to any political party or promoting any political agenda.

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Google Searches For Pakistani Politicians

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Lets have a look at the Chief justice too, from whom the nation asks for Justice,

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As you can see as we get down to the less popular figures the searches drop and suggestions no more exist. These were the most searched queries for the country where I belong. The searches are enough evidence to prove the hard work put by these figures... Most of them are bureaucrats and billionaires with assets ranging up to $10-$15 Billion dollars but despite that the country still cries of famine because not even the best of them pays Taxes. Just last month thanks to them I lost my brother.. May God help the nation.

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  1. To hell with the corrupt politicians. the elections are coming up. i suggest we the youth of pakistan, use our power of vote and bring in change and give some new people a chance. i dont believe how can we keep on trusting the same corrupt faces over and over again!

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  2. I Respect your opinion but this is a actually just one part of the image. Go to Google and type any popular persons name, mostly you would get suggestion of scandals. Here is how this auto complete of Google works. It just depends upon the searches of people. The more you search for something, the more is the chance of it coming into the suggestions. So Google is not the one we should be looking at for it :)

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  3. agreed with Bilal. We dont need hundred corrupt selfish men like them to rule us , each one of them having their different agendas. Rather we need just one selfless ruler. Also people need to bring a certain change within themselves as well.

    "Verily Allah will never change the condition of a people until they change themselves." (Surah ar-Ra'd Chapter 13, verse 11)

    may Allah be with us all and protect us from all evil. Aameen.

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  4. Yea corruption is everywhere my dear Brother.Even in India samething.corrupted politicians deposited crores of rupees in the Swiss Bank which are hindering the economic growth of the country.Those who are fighting against corruption are being CBI probed and arrested.The Anna Hazare arrest is so demoralizing effect of the corrupted nature of the Politicians.

    May Almighty ways deliver them from corrupting evil!

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  5. My heart cries when I look at my country or the world outside. People dieing for no reason and the rich getting richer and crueler. But there is still room for change and for a better hope. Good days are near. Everyone of us will have a day to live it up and that day will be for sure a long one. May the holy blessings be with good souls only.

    @sreedhar
    This is because he committed a crime, a crime of being caring and loyal to the nation.

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  6. @Fahad
    Oh of course its not Google recommending it. It is how the nation thinks about them which is even more worst case scenario!

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  7. IMHO... actions speaks louder than words. In other words, praying about it will do NOTHING.

    Imagine if all those people in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc. just prayed about change and nothing else. Yes, it's peaceful and no one died because of it.

    Do you think that since they took action by protesting in the streets, change came? Yes, and people died because of it.

    Corruption is universal. It is not based on gender, race, or religion. It's an equal opportunity evil.

    A man can't ride your back unless it's bent. -Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed. -Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. -Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  8. @Sunshine
    I am impressed pal. Indeed beating around the bush could not bring a change unless a step is taken at practical levels. I am glad you like Martin Luther King. He was a great Man of his time and even today.

    I thank you for your valuable sharing and motivating quotations. Thank you. :>

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  9. @muhammad Mustafa Ahmedzai|||||||| sir jee Google suggested....those searches ........ I would talk about Imran khan,,,,, I like him in all fields .We Respect him..We Love Him..... The one of above searches about "imran khan is a gay" this search is about Imran khan actor of Bollywood!!!!!!! and many searches when you google Named "Imran Khan"! google shows about Imran Khan Actor instead Of showing about Sir Imran khan(politican!!!) Think and research Before you Talk.........

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  10. @Jameelsasoli
    I respect you for being such a big lover of a politician in pak and yes I would agree that one out of the five recommendations do not link to the Tehreek e Insaf leader. I guess you should better report it to Google for putting it wrong. :)

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