Pervez Hoodbhoy on Pakistan needing an education


At a TV talk in Pakistan, Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy is asked my a young man that if Pakistan stops spending money on weapons, who will protect them from India. Hoodbhoy's answer points out something basic -- that India does not make itself strong by way of selling towels and bed sheets (like Pakistan's does). He says that if Pakistan wants to be able to stand free on its own two legs, then they must prioritise education.

If you want, you can watch the whole debate on Youtube here. Among others, the panel also contains ex-ISI chief Hamid Gul.