Monday, January 09, 2006

Children die due to pneumonia

According to reports in the local news papers and some international newspapers more than thirty five (35) odd children are dead during the surging winters in the northern border Ganche district of Pakistan. Among the deceased are also included scores of adults who surrendered their lives to the harsh winters, when temperature,reportedly, dropped to -30, creating the horrific one degree drop in temperature to one dead child ratio. In the modern days, amid the roaring claims of the "enlightened" government these deaths are but an unfortunate reality. In the facility starved northern areas people had been killing each other over a sectarian syllabus issue. The "struggle" claimed 87 odd lives. As if those were not good proofs of the inability of the government in establishing its writ, the fresh wave of health deaths has struck the final nail in the credibility-coffin of the government organizations. Life is abundant and cheap. What is expensive and valuable is the false claims of the government regarding the facilities that it has provided to the yet-to-be-declared-Pakistani-people.There is no remarkable infrastucture that would cater to the vital health needs of the region. The severe cold winter and the lack of awareness of the people have a lot to do with all this matter but the government can't save its head by lamenting the severe winter. The fact remains that the constitutional limbo that the region has been a very huge obstacle in the development of the region. There are more efficient NGOs in the region than the government organizations.


اگر ممکن ہے تو اپنا تبصرہ تحریر کریں

اہم اطلاع :- غیر متعلق,غیر اخلاقی اور ذاتیات پر مبنی تبصرہ سے پرہیز کیجئے, مصنف ایسا تبصرہ حذف کرنے کا حق رکھتا ہے نیز مصنف کا مبصر کی رائے سے متفق ہونا ضروری نہیں۔

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