This country is going mad
Imagine having to spend half your salary or more buying water, sometimes only available illegally from criminals. Or if water taps in your area only ran once a fortnight in the middle of the night for less than two hours. That was the situation for millions in the city of Karachi. It's heart wrenching to see a mother walk several hundred meters to get a few buckets of water; there's a thirsty disabled child waiting at home. This country is going mad. Why aren’t they building dams? Rather buying nukes and arms. Social media response from Karachi
I told Imran, let us fight against poverty and illiteracy.. Narendra Modi recalled
Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw a challenge to his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan, asking him to act honourably by bringing to justice those responsible for the Pulwama terror attack. Addressing a rally in Rajasthan's Tonk, PM Modi recalled the phone call he made to Mr Khan to congratulate him for winning the Pakistani elections last year. "I told him there have been plenty of fights between India and Pakistan. Pakistan got nothing. Every time, we won. I told him let us fight against poverty and illiteracy. He told me, 'Modi ji, I am the son of a Pathan. I speak true and I do true'. Today, the time has come for him to stand true to his words. I will see whether he stands true to his words or not," he said. Pathans, an ethnic group with roots in Iran, are known for their deep sense of honour and self-respect.
The Pak govt. must pay the price.. Iran commander General Mohammed Ali Jafari Iran has blamed Pakistan for a suicide attack on a bus carrying Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in Sistan Baluchistan, which killed 27. The attack was claimed by the Jihadist outfir Jaish al-Adl Iran Revolutionary Guards commander Major General Mohammed Ali Jafari blamed Pakistan’s army and Inter-Services Intelligence agency for sheltering the Jihadists. The Islamic Republic of Iran expects Pakistan’s government and army to seriously confront …the terrorist groups active on its border with Iran. Jafari told the mourners who gathered at funerals for the dead in the city of Isfahan. “The government of Pakistan must pay the price of harbouring these terrorist groups and this price will undoubtedly be very high”.