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
Yesterday was a gloomy day in the history of Pakistan, when a flight to Islamabad had crashed into a heavily wooded and hard-to-access hillside, while flying from Karachi. None of the passenger survived and all the 152 people passed on including 6 crew members.
The country mourns for them. The mystery behind the crash is still unveiled as the whole nation is probing to make out the grounds of the crash.
After every passenger there’s a story of his life and family. As there was a newlywed couple going for their honey moon, tied in the knot only three days before.
The whole family of a FIA officer has passed away in this air crash.
The young member of the Youth Parliament, departing to attend the conference didn’t know that it was their last journey of life.
The story doesn’t end here there are many families left, mourning for their relatives. Many of the corpses are still unidentified due to their wretched condition. Every eye is shedding tear over this catastrophe and feeling so miserable for the relatives of the victims.
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.
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According, to the official sources, the decision has been taken to suspend the gas supply to the industries and the CNG stations once a week. The gas supply would be suspended to Karachi on Tuesday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. So after facing the power crisis we have to tackle with the gas catastrophe as well. God help us..!!
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On 26th and 28th of February, I had a chance to participate in the first parliamentary debate competition in Karachi at ZUDC. Parliamentary debate is basically a U.K based format in which there is a team of three speakers, The Prime Minister, The Deputy Prime Minister and the Affirmative. As it was a fresh experience for me and many other people, we had a great experience as well as fun over there. This contest was based on two phases, in first phase there are four rounds in which every team has to participate. The motion of 1st round was “this house believes that foreign education should be banned in the schools of Pakistan”. The motion of 2nd round was “this house believes that international sporting promotes hostility”. The motion of 3rd round was “this house believes that zoos should be banned”. After that when we reached to the 4th and the final round this has really tremble our seats and ourselves as well, the motion of the last round was “this house believes that developing countries should invest in sex tourism”. The motion of last round really made me to think about our society and its habitants. It really made me to consider the youth of our country, where we are going? Is this a Muslim country? Are we Muslims? Are we supposed to speak such kind of stuff in an open air? What I come to the point is that it is a conspiracy against our youth and Muslims, it reflects their height of thinking and mind, and they want to spoil our youth and our new generation. It was really easy for them to announce such disgusting motions. And what I did after the announcement me and my team walked out from the room and refused to speak about any stuff like this. I really feel satisfied and proud after walking out from the room as our dignity; ethics and Muslim conventions didn’t allow us to discuss anything like this. But still I have a question in my mind where we are going?