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Submitted by : M.Faiq Khan Department : BEE Date of submission : 16-04-12

MEMO OF TRANSMITTAL Interference is the The act or an instance of hindering, obstructing, or impeding.Poltical ineterference is the interference in poltical matters or internal matters of one country by other countries

More often than not, however, political interference takes place primarily because officials do not appreciate the consequences of their actions. The root-cause of many scandals is that well intended elected officials are not educated as to the consequences of their mandates to a law enforcement agency. In other words, if council members have never been told how devastating their order to fast-track the hiring of new officers can be, then the question becomes, Who is at fault? Although a politician must accept blame for bad decisions, police chiefs and sheriffs must also acknowledge their responsibility to educate officials in the ramifications of unwise decisions. There are so many well-documented cases of local governments having their budgets, reputations and employees shattered by the orders of city managers or mayors, it is safe to say the officials would never have given the same command if they had known the likely consequences. I am very thankful that I have been given a chance to participate in the making of this report.

Table of contents: 1.History 2.Role of neighbouring countries in political matters 3.Role of usa in political matters 4.Role of Islamic countries 5.Impact of foreign interference in politics 6.Role of media in foreign interference 7.Role of politicians 8.Role of society 9.Present condition 10.Future

List of illustrations: 2.Graphs 3.outlines

Executive Summary:

Pakistan, an ideological state, gained independence from the United Kingdom on August 14 of 1947, when British India was partitioned by the United Kingdom, in a region what is commonly referred to as the subcontinent. Since its independence, Pakistan has had a colourful yet turbulent political history at times, often characterised by martial law and corrupt governments.

2. Role of neighbouring countries in political matters: Pakistan is the second largest Muslim country in terms of population, and its status as a declared nuclear power, being the only Muslim nation to have that status, plays a part in its international role. It is also an active member of the United Nations. Historically, its foreign policy has encompassed difficult relations with India, a desire for a stable Afghanistan, long-standing close relations with the People's Republic of China, extensive security and economic interests in the Persian Gulf

3.Role of usa in poltical matters: United states had played a major role in political matters of Pakistan since the inception of Pakistan.United states interfered in the indo-pak war 1971. In January 2011, the Raymond Allen
Davis incident occurred in which Raymond Davis, an alleged private security contractor, shot dead two Pakistani locals after they attempted to rob him. The action sparked protests in Pakistan and threatened relations between the United States and Pakistan..we will cover in detail the role of usa in body.

4.Role of Islamic countries: