The brazen callousness of the electorate in Sindh must take the heat for such a disruptive life of its denizens. Who will take cognizance of this? The deluge of rain has flooded areas once again only adding to their existing predicament.
Life has suddenly come to a halt. The long and contemptible neglect by the incompetent authorities has pushed the city into the throes of darkness.
The uncontrollable growing sewage is now an every day phenomenon, adding salt to their bleeding wounds.
No body seems in control of the problem.
The four main streamline parties are divided into definite polarity divisions. The administration in Karachi has completely failed and collapsed for reasons best known to the powerful.
As long as they converge on a single framework policy, nothing seems to be working for them it will be an exercise in futility. The pain of a common persons’ voice has fallen on the deaf ears of the high and mighty, and the problem only exacerbated, it seems.
If they don’t come to terms now, they should be told to get out of the way. I have suggested in my last write up that about time Imran Khan will have to now personally take control and oversee matters. He may visit every district of Pakistan at least once and get first hand information.
Visionary as he is, getting the right people for the right jobs is no big matter. The butchers are the bakers. That's not the way it works. Capable people who know their stuff should be engaged .
All professionals or some reason are being impeded for there is obstruction of justice. Asif Farooqi of waste busters known for his expertise in fighting waste is a man who could deliver. He had done it before in bigger cities.
Unfortunately he is languishing in Karachi jails for he fellout with an officer who wanted some undue gratification. That's a major reason for the institutional collapse of our institutions. The country going to the dogs.
When the officer got exposed, he proved to be a manipulative Svengali. Farooqis’ services in Karachi should be hired immediately. The local government department of Karachi owes him quite a huge amount which could later be paid to other agencies if it has to be paid anyways. You could take money from Peter and pay Paul. Fair enough.
Get the matters sorted out.
The urgency of situations is completely ignored. There is chaos and clutter. Sewerage and waste management should be made a priority before it causes irreversible damage to our society.
The management of waste disposal to be dealt with on a regular basis. You can’t deffer or postpone matters to a future date. Remember… delay defeats equity. As for Imran, it’s race against time. More like a big block of ice out there. How quickly can he save it from melting away. That’s the name of the game. Make a plan to go around visiting all cities. Lot of things would unfurl to Imran’s surprise but, to the benefit of the local population.
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