“Name and shame”, a campaign launched by KESC, to have a control and check on power thieves. The main concern of this campaign is to have a power over wire thieves. If anyone caught red handed in this devious business will be alleged to three years imprisonment and 5 lacks penalty as well.
Now here the debate starts, since years KESC is leading this structure and it’s obvious that this corruption is also leading through years. So after so many years they awaken and trying to figure out the culprits. What an organization? Everybody knows about the treachery of KESC it is not veiled. The high profile people of this country are still beyond this system, they are not suppose to pay bills and taxes to the government because if they can save their huge amounts by giving small amount to the controllers of this system, so it is beneficial from both the sides because both are attaining monetary settlements.
So if they have become use to of making monetary benefits then how it will come for them to do something in genuine, purely for their system, apart for their nation and inhabitants. Do u really think so? I don’t think so. The first and foremost point is that most of the people who are incorporate with this illegitimate action, are from higher authorities and none of them can dare to issue any kind of warrant or penalty. So this community is out of question. The second point is that out of 5 lacks if they can obtain 1 lack so isn’t it favorable for them, to achieve that much amount in a glance.
In a nutshell, it’s a futile attempt by KESC or a legal way to gain financial profits. Because culprits cannot come across to the culprits.
Today, when the news of Raza Haider’s assassination has broadcasted, I was roaming in the Hyderi market, suddenly everyone started running here and there hastily. The whole market has closed within the seconds; everyone was rushing towards his means of transportation and the picture predicts as the doomsday has pronounced. Everybody is roaring and running after his life as the circumstance in Karachi was really getting out of control. Even the public transport had vanished from the roads of Karachi. At that time I felt so sorry when I saw many of the women and men were waiting at the bus stop for public transport. I can’t express my feelings what I felt at that time, I was about to cry over the intense condition of my city I mean where the hell is government? Don’t they feel ashamed of their selves?
What are they doing being on their seats only making on through their authority? What else they have done for Pakistan. This is the rule of being a man of authority keep on making money by hook or by crook it doesn’t matter what the others are doing either dying by starvation or by target killing or by any other blast and natural calamity?
A huge number of people are still stuck in traffic jam, the entire petrol pump has been shut down, all the street lights have been turned off but who cares about it. Beside all the violence and unrest I am feeling pity for Quaid-e-Azam why he made so many sacrifices for the nation, for the day when people are running after to save their own life no protection no shelter for her own people. What is going to be the future of Pakistan? It’s not about any shia any pathan its about a nation about the people of Pakistan above all the ethnicity, race, religion. When would be the time when we stand as a nation as Pakistani.
From the depth of my heart, I pray to ALLAH for the prosperity of Pakistan. ALLAH please save my country and my people please it is plead to Allah save our lives and save my country from all the tribulations and from the evil government. Please Allah; protect us. AMEEN
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.
The big story of the day, facebook has been officially banned in Pakistan. A big step has taken by the authorities; one can also call a positive omen. As it is basically a protest against publishing the caricature (naoozubillah) of our beloved PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW). A very huge yet a very constructive step has taken by the Pakistani government against this filthy operation. This is going to definitely cause a big loss to the authorities behind it. It was a direct assault to the Muslims and their emotions and a conspiracy to shatter them but let us hark back that we are not a deceased nation we have esteem for our religion and for our beloved Prophet (SAW) as well. It is nothing but a clout on them.
On the day of Chehlum, again two blasts rocked the Karachi, in which according to recent updates at least 22 people has killed and at least 40 people are injured. This is again a scheme to shatter the Shiat and its believers and to discontinue the Azadaari-e-HUSSAIN (A.S) but they have forget that they cannot explode the Shiat, 1400 years ago there was a yazid (lanatullah) and his devotees and today his offspring’s trying to do the same, to suppress the verity of AHL-E-BAIT. But they have forgot they cannot vanish the HUSSAINIAT from this world and from this world as well.
HUSSAIN (A.S) ZINDA THA,
ZINDA HAI OR ZINDA RAHEGA.
Noboday can stop GHUM-E-HUSSAIN (A.S)…….
And fie on our government and its men, Interior Minister Zulfiqar Mirza has announced the compensation money 5 lacks for the martyrs and 1 lack for the injured, alike past. People in command find it their responsibility to announce the compensation money and to feel their shoulders free from the bloodshed of innocent public. Below are the exclusive images of today’s blast.
Victims of the blast has been taken to JPMC.
Image of the blast location near Nusery Shahra-e-Faisal.
And after the news of the bomb blasts, it is the height of endurance and tolerance, that juloos was on its way and was not discontinued.
And MAtami has reverberated the sky with the slogan of LABAIK YA HUSSAIN(A.S).
Today is the fourth consecutive day of political and ethnic violence in Karachi, which has claimed 24 lives in different vicinities of the city and police failed to arrest any perpetrator on Monday, either. Yesterday at least five lives had fled away after the indiscriminating firing at the area of N.Nazimabad. Following the violence, government has imposed section 144 across the Orangi Town. And after imposing the sections Government feels liberated from all the accountability and blame. Below is the image of Orangi Town during the riots.