Devastating Floods in Baloch Areas (Pakistani Occupied Territory)A Disaster Unaddressed2
Devastating Floods in Baloch Areas (Pakistani Occupied Territory)A Disaster UnaddressedThe disastrous floods of September 2012, in Baloch areas of Pakistani occupied territory, are feared tobe a human catastrophe due to both the tyranny of nature and criminal ignorance of an oppressingstate. Talent and resources of the State has not been mobilized to minimize the risk at any stage.Ironically is, instead of appreciating and facilitating local and international aid agencies, the notoriousregime officially restricted their activities.The needs and desires of Baloch never were a priority of Punjabi Army Mafia. The State response toprevailing situation represented the inhuman oppressing attitude of ruling Punjab towards Balochnation, which is condemnable by any definition.Presenting a preliminary report, our aim is to inform the world of the tragic situation of Baloch nation.Besides developing awareness, we urge the international community to step in the rescue andrecovery operations to save the humanity.Finally it is worth mentioning to appeal the Baloch political leadership and energetic youth to comeforward in this critical moment. Though the presence of inhuman Pakistani military in the area is aproven risk for the Baloch aid w
orkers but “God helps those who help themselves”.
A Study of Emergency Phase Response(Record rainfalls of 440 mm were recorded in Jacobabad and adjoining areas Delayed monsoon 2012broke the records of past hundreds years.)By Nozbandagh BalochBaloch National Council for Human Rightsbncfhr@gmail.com