The reason we LOVE pakistan is because we have some notion of a pakistani heritage. Its a patriotism founded on a coincidence. You happened to be born there, so you love it. Theres not much more to it but that artificial concept of belonging.
Leave pakistan for a bit and you will change your mind. You might visit once or twice in a year, but it's family that brings foreign pakistanis back. OR .. they might scheme a great business idea OR if worst comes to worst... they got deported back.
Once you leave, every visit back is simply a visit, with the promise you'll leave soon. Often, for the younger generations that have grown up abroad, the "leaving" is what they look most forward to. More often than not, pakistani nephews and nieces will want to move one day too.
There are some serious problems in pakistan, right alongside its great accomplishments. Aslong as we stupidly label critics as unpatriotic, they will leave, and along with them their great minds. It's the critics that can bring about change, and for as long as pakistanis hide behind patriotism they'll drive right into an unimaginable brain drain. Your great academics have already fled, running great towns and cities outside of pakistan.
PS. I think it's about time the government stop artificially creating a demand for toyotas, suzukis and the like. Cut these car schemes and give them raises instead. No right country in the world rewards every other CIVIL SERVANT with a car when most of the civilians can only dream of riding a bike.
For pete's sake, Canada's foreign affairs minister was robbed as he took the subway home from work!