Archive for October, 2006

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Crisis Management

October 30, 2006

I have been to Karachi for Eid. I found that most of the peple were affraid of dangue virus. I was informed that at Agha Khan Hospital (one of the most prestagious institue of Paksitan) displayed a card in Emergency Ward that no beds are available. When one of my friends visited AKH, he saw approximately 75 people hit by the same virus. I beleive it is the same in all Hospitals in Karachi. Now my question is: when we, as a Pakistani nation, will be able to cope this type of situation? why we cant have special arrangements in Hospitals? and why we can not prepare a crisis management plans? The answers may be: we are not serious? we have no resources? or we have not much fundings? etc …. i believe its all shit, instead its only because we are not faithful with our country and we dont care about the human life..isnt it?

ciao

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Kia Khoya Kia Paya (What we have achieved and What we have lost)

October 8, 2006

Its been exactly a year …. It was Ramadan, almost the same time when I reached home (I was home alone then) turned on my Television and found that Sonia Khan appealing for the Kafan for the dead bodies in Kashmir due to earthquake, the catastrophe happened in October last year. I felt terrible then, my eyes were full of tears, pain in the heart, mind was shut, all around was too dark and suffocation. I started writing so many things about the incidents with full sympathies to those who lost their loved ones, fie upon those who were taking advantage of that terrible accident, collecting money in the office for them, talking about Pakistani-ism, the courage of youth, their unity and discipline and the willingness to do something good for Pakistan, promising each other that this is not finished – we have to work hard to settling the displaced person and help them to re-build their lives. I hope you all did the same thing……but what happened then, where we lost and why we lost our commitment, our unity, and our willingness. How many of us, really, have done something – forget about doing something, how many of us have really thought about them while we were dining out, planning for the foreign trip, thinking about new car, new job, new clothes, etc. ‘WE’ never thought as ‘WE’, I guess its all about ‘me’ , ‘me’, and ‘me’.

I have to admit that I really have done nothing after that emotional period (around may by 2 months), not even thought of spending some amount of my money or time for them. Why we have lost our path, our Pakistani-ism, our positive thinking, approach, and attitudes toward the re-building of the nation? I have no answer….. do you have?

ciao