However, Pakistani politicians and policymakers tend to ignore this issue and focus instead on terrorism, militancy, corruption, inflation, poverty, and illiteracy. Population concerns deserve greater attention, as this is a major social problem for Pakistan, and is consequently creating new social evils.
Ethnic groups in Pakistan Pakistan's diversity is more visible along cultural differences and less along linguistic, religious or genetic lines. Pakistan's rough estimates vary, but the consensus is that the Punjabis are the largest ethnic group.
Pashtuns Pakhtuns make up the second largest group and Sindhi are the third-largest ethnic group. The remaining large groups include the Muhajirs and the Baloch peoplewhich make up 7.
Hindkowans and the Brahuiand the various peoples of the Gilgit—Baltistanconstitute roughly 4. The Pakhtun and Baloch represent two of the major populations that are linguistically Iranianwhile the majority Punjabis, Hindkowans, Sindhis and Saraikis are the major linguistically Indo-Aryan groups.
Descendents of Black Africans that were brought as slaves in the 15th to the 19th century are known as Sheedis. The Goan Catholics constitute the majority of the Christians in the city.
In addition, inter-marriages between ethnic groups within the country are not uncommon. Foreign-born population in Pakistan[ edit ] Main article: Immigration to Pakistan After the independence of Pakistan inmany Muslims from India migrated to Pakistan and they are the largest group of foreign-born residents.
This group is dwindling because of its age. The second-largest group of foreign-born residents consists of Muslim refugees from Afghanistan who are expected to leave Pakistan by the end of Weekly SPI for the week ended on is with % change over previous week..
Read more. From to , it is expected that half of the world’s population growth will be concentrated in just nine countries: India, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, Ethiopia, the United Republic of Tanzania, the United States of America, Uganda and Indonesia (ordered by their.
If Pakistan’s population growth rate from was predicted to be 2% per year, then the country’s current population should have been million, instead of million.
Overpopulation has come as one of the biggest problems of our country and the government tends to pay no heed to it. What is Over Population?
The term “Over Population” or “Population Explosion” is used to express the idea of more population for fewer resources. Population Situation in Pakistan: According to the economic survey of Pakistan , the total population of Pakistan is .
Overpopulation is a global crisis and Pakistan is among the most overpopulated country in the world. However, Pakistani politicians and policymakers tend to ignore this issue and focus instead on terrorism, militancy, corruption, inflation, poverty, and illiteracy.
Overpopulation in Pakistan The qualitative aspects Of population, major factors affecting population growth, Malthusian population trap, the problems created by overpopulation and the possible solutions to .