1. The rulers should be the servants of the citizens
of Pakistan and their doors should always remain open to the public; they
should live among the masses and with the same standard of living. All their
stately residence and palatial houses should be put to national use.
2. Providing the common man with the basic
necessities, protecting his self-respect, putting an end to corruption and
injustice and promoting science and technology for the development of the
Ummah should be the top most priority of the government.
3. An all-encompassing system of accountability
should be enforced in the country such that from the head of state to an
ordinary employee of the government and from the leader of a party and to an
ordinary office bearer of the party no one whosoever is beyond its circle of
4. The economy should be established on the lines of
just distribution of wealth and on self-reliance in such a manner that
gradually the government does not need to impose any tax on its citizens
other than zakāh.
5. A uniform system of education should be enforced
in the country. Any diversity in nature: religious or non-religious, and
medium: Urdu or English should be eliminated.
6. All unfair laws against women and non-Muslims
shall be abolished and efforts should be made to provide them with equal
opportunities for development in the state system of Pakistan.
7. The existing system of the judiciary and the
executive should be replaced by an equitable one in which the country is
divided into small administrative units where all the problems and
grievances of the public are resolved.
8. At all the levels, the rulers should deliver the
Friday address so that once again after the era of the Rightly Guided
Caliphate the venues of political authority are linked to the places of
worship of the Muslims.
9. The Qur’ān and the Sunnah should be accepted as
the supreme law of the land.