First cut dr mohamed haneef statement on arrival at camp. I was told the same by our new leader at the time, Hammad Shokri – after all, he said it himself – as he arrived in Karachi yesterday to take on the role of Chief Minister. However, he came with a very different message from the one that I was given yesterday afternoon.
From the moment the camp’s police station was established in Mirpur in February 2009, the camp was the scene of much political violence. I remember in one of the first days that the camp was established, the youth from Karachi’s South Waziristan Agency had marched in. From this point on, violence escalated in an uncontrolled manner – and there was little room for dialogue.
I had the chance to visit some of the sites, and they were different today. There was no more violence. In some areas, the security forces had no more authority. Some families managed to get to safety and to the road. Other families were either killed when they tried to get away or chased off by the people who wanted to kill them, even though the camps were still open to them.
I asked some youth from Mirpur to visit the camp. They told me that I was mistaken. After we returned to the camps from that visit, there was no change at all. No matter how often I visited the camp, no one had spoken toatm카지노 me since the day I had come and asked, “Why are you here?” There was one instance where aCDC 철도청 카지노 girl from the camp came along and wanted to see one of the officials on duty. The officials told her she would have to return to a different camp for the rest of her life.
It was the youth of Mirpur who led the camp out from its previous state. But I would have liked to hear from them today. I asked some of them to tell me the story of my visit. The story I want to tell is that the people of Karachi deserve respect and the government should stop treating them like they are in some way inferior or inferior to others. Those of us who are Pakistanis have to have a basic understanding that if we look at those people from outside, they are not like us at all. We cannot simply give them shelter, food or basic education. We need to treat them as an equal. These are our people.
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