When a blessing turns to catastrophe.

This catastrophe is none other than the flood ravage at Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, where death toll crossed the 400. Hundreds of people have fallen prey to the merciless flood along with the continuous lashing rains. Due to such torrential rain all the communications have cut off and even Shahra-e-Korakarum has been closed for the traffic.

A truck is trying to make its way

Flooded village

This could be tag as a deadly week of Pakistan as 2 days before a deadly incident happened at the hills near Islamabad, when a plane crashed loaded with 152 people and now the flood devastated many of the villages and people. Considering all the calamity and disaster our so called authorities have nothing to do but only some consoling speeches for the natives.

People trying to survive with their own efforts

Deprived people suffered from the calamity

In this regard, a read the statement of Mian Iftikhar Hussain, the information minister for Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa province, he said, “This is a natural calamity, and we will do whatever is possible to reach the flood-affected people and to help them. We appeal to the world community to help us. We need a lot of assistance.” What a Government, people are still dying with the flood and they have nothing for the deprived people. When they know about the forth coming calamities, why they don’t take precautions for the disaster and make their strategies organized.

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