Name: Pakistani Father
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Pakistan, located in southern Asia, has recently encountered
disputes for the past few years with neighboring India. They have been
at war, with attempts to make peace, but still, there have remained
conflicts over territory. Our team contacted a man living in Karachi,
Pakistan, and requested that we could interview him. He replied, and
his interview follows.
During our interviews, we developed a set of questions to ask. Aga
Faquir gave us some very interesting answers, and the interview can be
Q: How many members are there in your family?
Q: What are the ages of the children?
A: 26, 24, 22, 20, 18, 16
Q: Are both parents living at home?
Q: How many members are working to support your family?
Q: What do they do for work?
A: Practicing law.
Q: How is your family directly being affected by the
problems/and or good things from relations with other countries?
A: Ethnic disturbances, strained with India.
Q: How is your family doing financially?
Q: What do you think about your country's government?
A: In developing countries the problem are that the Landlord
and Industrialist who are influential rule the country. Because of the
ignorance and lack of proper education among masses they vote on the
basis of communities. It is more a tribal society.
Q: What has your government done to take care in stopping any
A: Goverment had financial crisis after atomic explosion.
Q: Or, in positive cases, what has your government done to
avoid them and stay successful?
A: Our government has taken
some positive steps to overcome the crisis.
Q: Is there something you really like about your government,
or something you really don't like?
A: I like that the government should spend more on education
and public health. I do not like the government making false promises
and victimizing the opponents.
Q: What do you think could change for the better in your
A: Understanding the real problems of common man, more
spending on the betterment of the common citizen.
Q: What kind of education have your children received, or are
A: They all are in colleges learning information technology
Q: What are some traditions/rituals of your culture that your
family abides to?
A: We are conservative Muslims, strictly follow the prayers
and observe rules of law for the family.
Q: What is the predominant religion in your area?
Q: Is your family happy?