Rain and Flood in Sindh
September 13, 2011 3 Comments
Is there an end to this destruction?
We face these disasters every year. Every next year it becomes worse. Crops and livestock destroyed, people die and left homeless. Only Pakistan Army is trained to render rescue efforts. Donors generously empty their pockets to help their fellow citizens. Few individuals in groups reach the camps to cheer the victims up.
How long will this go on? Seasons come and go on their scheduled times. What will happen in next monsoon?
We can’t expect anything from the government as the parliament consists of fake-degree holders, better say ignorant. Victims are mostly from rural areas or undeveloped parts of cities. They become helpless as soon as they hit a disaster and lose their place.
What kind of help can educated people provide in this situation?
Heavy loss of crops and livestock – Can we figure out the result of it?
I think we better change our subject categories from Science, Arts, Commerce and Home Economics to Environment, Nature, Agriculture, Natural Resources, Technology. That is one way we will have our next generation completely thoughtful about our problems and their solutions.
It is useless to call this situation a national crisis unless we stand together as a nation and take interest in resolving the issues.