The 'Naya Pakistan Tracker' is a one-stop platform for readers looking to keep track of the progress made by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government in fulfilling the promises laid out in the party’s election manifesto for 2018 as well as other pledges made during the term.
Drawing on responsible journalism, the Tracker charts the PTI government’s performance on a daily basis, following its progress on key promises through five simple indicators: ‘Not Started’, ‘In Progress’, ‘Partially Complete’, ‘Complete’ and ‘Broken’.
- ‘Not Started’ indicate those promises which the government is yet to begin work on
- ‘In Progress’ promises are in preliminary stages
- ‘Partially Complete’ are those which are halfway complete or have seen significant efforts
- ‘Complete’ marks a promise which has been fulfilled.
The latest developments on each individual promise are captured through our daily news coverage and presented to readers in an easy to understand format. Readers can click on each promise to read the latest updates.
This webpage and all its content are managed solely by the Dawn.com editorial staff. Updates are based on verified news reports only.
The Naya Pakistan tracker is inspired by Salman Saeed's 'Khan Meter'. Mr Saeed describes himself as a 'serial entrepreneur' who strives to use digital tools to empower citizens, which was the idea behind ‘Khan Meter’. He has run online ventures in Pakistan and Dubai over the last eight years and continues to work with various sectors.
Dawn.com is the website of the Dawn newspaper. Dawn newspaper was founded by the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who launched the newspaper in the 1940s. The website archives newspaper content and delivers breaking and developing stories to Dawn’s online audience. Dawn's digital content is further promoted to expand its online audience via Dawn’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.