"States are not moral
agents, people are, and
can impose moral standards
on powerful institutions."

Noam Chomsky

Institutes Set Examples

Public departments, institutes, and organizations work under and along with the political governance systems support in controlling the damage of political compromises to the justice system; in case maintaining water's rights and its judicious utilization could not be managed.

“Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms”.

The ongoing working style and capacities of any Nations' Institutes predict the socio-economic growth and position among the World's Nations. The legal and administrative organizations/institutes underpin every society from what the economists call an "enabling environment" to create wealth. But in the absence of strong institutions, the alliance can become dysfunctional, with both sectors colluding in the pursuit of social and political advantages at the expense of the general public.

A principal manifestation of a weak institutional framework is the ability to rule power elites to influence or usurp state institutions and public policy for private gain, effectively resulting in the privatization of public policy. While individuals or some segments within society benefit, this outcome is welfare-destroying for society at large. The institutes and departments working for the research and development of water resources in Pakistan need more care and facilitation to perform their responsibilities at the best. The water quality and quantity are threatened, primarily due to the lack of wastewater treatment and the unattended wastewater that cleans and sanitizes humans and becomes dirty. It requires to be treated, otherwise; it has multiple adverse effects on human, natural and freshwater resources health.