Having an adequate capacity of water reservoirs is very important for a country like Pakistan, which receives 60% of its yearly rain during 3 monsoon months and flood water in the river ends up in the Arabian sea. Storage capacity in 3 major reservoirs in Pakistan is only 9% of the average annual flow against a world average of about 40%.
Both military reforms and electoral reforms must be carried out very close to each other or simultaneously. But if I had to choose which one posed a greater threat to Pakistan, and hence needs to be reformed first, then without qualification, it should be the senior military leadership command and control structure.
The spontaneous reaction to Imran Khan's exit as PM bringing out massive crowds has deep-reaching implications of sorts: political, moral and security-related. Though studiedly peaceful in contrast to the Dhaka of 1971, the charged atmosphere has ominous overtones.