Letters

Letter: Unemployment in Baluchistan

Since 1998 Baluchistan has been pushed towards depravations. Every year the rate of unemployment is crossing the limits. During budget government shows many vacancies, but they do not release them. Now they have saved 35 thousand vacancies. Neither provincial government is taking action nor federal. On the other hand there is lack of factories and miles too. Thus,  this injustice ...

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Letter: People face hardship  due to unavailable revenue record in Khuzdar   

Khuzdar is the second largest district of Balochistan comprising 43,216 sq km. It is famous for its mountain ranges. It has great importance in China Pakistan economic Corridor (CPEC). The district government is playing an important role to bring prosperity and development inside the Khuzdar through allotment of thousands acres of state land for promotion of industrial zone in CPEC. ...

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Letter: Water and electricity shortage in Gwadar

Gwadar has been facing acute shortage of water but no remedial measures have been taken yet. In the holy month of Ramdan people are walking from miles for searching water. According to the reports 62% of Balochistan is deprived of safe drinking water and more than 58% of its land is uncultivable due to water scarcity. It makes us really woe ...

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Letter: No internet service in Turbat

In this modern era where the world has been a global village due to internet but in the same era the residents of Turbat are completely disconnected with the world as the internet 3g and 4g services have been suspended for more than three months. Everybody is confronting problem but the students above all. Yet, the matter is not cleared ...

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Letter: Transporters strike

Transporter strike in Karachi will adversely influence mango export which is going to be started soon. However, the ongoing strike will create problems for mango growers and exporters. Annually, Pakistan   exports mango approximately $70 million, mostly export to foreign countries about 70%. Hence, Afghanistan border band will automatically affect its exports. Therefore, Sindh government will have to take immediate action ...

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Letter: Water shortage in Gwadar                              

It is said that Ankara Kaur dam which is the greatest source of water for Gwader people, reached in dead level. Once again, the port city Gwader is confronting water shortage. It express that political officials have relationship with Gwader resources not towards the poor public of Gwader. Gwader is facing water shortage regularly unfortunately Balochistan government is avoided to ...

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Letter: Balochistan at the risk

Terrorism which has been highly destructive in Balochistan during last some decades, A number of people claimed deaths and several attained wound. It is estimated that more than 286 gun and bomb attacks were reported in Balochistan last year compare to 226 incidents in 2013.  According to the news report, 1,647 incidents of gun, bomb and suicide attack in past ...

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Letter: Child Labour

It is heartbreaking that the children being underprivileged in Pakistan. Unsurprisingly tremendous numbers of children are unaware about benefits of education as in the age of six to eight; they are working in different kinds of activities. However, they are deprived of education and they do not have the time to play and behave like normal children. Child labour is ...

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Letter: The state of human rights in Pakistan

Pakistan is suffering from a serious issue which is low ranking of human rights record. A report expressed out that the total number of missing persons in Pakistan stands at 1,219 according to the Human Rights of Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) report. Of these, 728 vanished within the span of just 12 months; unsurprisingly, the country’s human rights record is grim ...

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Letter: We need facilities at School

Delta School is having three campuses and but the campus near Rakshani Street is full of problems. Though the education system is good but we the students are suffering from needed facilities including lack of water, lack of chair, lack of sports materials, lack of boundary walls and many more. I appreciate Delta School for providing a quality education in ...

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