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
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.
After the T20 fever football passion is about to burst, as the countdown has began and the zeal is on its crest at South Africa. The Fifa 2010 is about to begin and desperately looking forward to speculate the grandeur of the happening. I am sharing some brilliant pictures of the stadiums to witness the bliss of South Africa and to sense the enthusiasm of the football.
Free State Stadium.Mangaung
Ellis Park Stadium. Johannesburg
Green Point Stadium.Cape Town
Port Elizabeth Stadium.Nelson Mandela Bay
The event is going to capture us for a whole month, staring from 11th June 2010 and will end up on 11 July 2010. Below is the official link for the Fifa 2010.
Eunuch an alienated gender of the society; portrait with the layers of make-up; enveloping the profound obscurity under the shimmer of shades, the subject of mock for common men, victim of ridiculous taunts and rags. A cast of people with no esteem and reverence, leading their lives with the very low margins of society, earn their living with begging, dancing and most frequently with prostitution as the easiest way to earn a life. They use to roam on the signals with the “taali” gestures and with the high nod of “haye baji”, “kuch de do”.
I feel so depress when I look upon them, they are humans they must have civil liberties to lead a happy life as a common men does. But in Pakistan there is nothing for them, cannot live a prosper life n with all this stuff the derogatory and offensive attitude of our people and cops. We feel it as our official right to taunt them specially the young boys of the society. This little community is suffering prejudice for many years, having no laws for their security and shelter. Our so called NGO’s scream for their rights but in actually their screams is a hype for their associations not for any comfort and relieve.
Another dilemma for them
Many of the Tv shows talk about such tabooed issues but the outcome is null. They have words in their pockets to console them and show sympathy towards the third sex but have nothing in their hands to act upon and on the whole our government is a hushed observer, have nothing in their stores for this pitiable group of people.
We should not treat them in such a scorning manner they are human beings, a creature of Almighty, is it their fault they born like this? Are they responsible for the structure they have been endowed by the ALLAH? They have equal rights to live the life of a common person though they have some peculiarities but still they are humans and deserve the same attitude which the general people worth.
Again, the violence has enveloped the streets of Karachi; the politico-ethnic target killing claimed 22 lives. The riots have burst out in the various parts of the metropolis.
These incidents of target killing started late night Tuesday were continued Wednesday as 22 more people were gunned down in the city by unknown armed men. The target killing incidents occurred in Landhi, Korangi, North Nazimabad, Moosa Colony, Abul Hassan Isphahani Road, Model Colony, Orangi Town, Shah Faisal Colony, Saddar, Quaidabad and other areas. The incidents of target killings triggered related violence, which included the torching of buses, forceful closure of markets, the burning of roadside stalls as well as the targeting of police personnel. The entire city was in the grip of tension, with public transport disappearing from the roads by early evening, as reports of the violence began to spread.
The city is under great threat and bloodshed; such incidents are very much frequent in the streets of Karachi, as a couple of months before city was enduring the same scenario. And our so called government has become a silent spectator, feels their selves liberated after sharing some typical sentences of misery. What a government believes on sermons rather than actions.