The loss of life and property caused by the rains in Balochistan is beyond description, and the federal government has taken serious notice of and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif visited Balochistan on Monday to inspect the flood-affected areas of Balochistan and meet with the flood victims.
Criticizing the visit of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif PTI said that Shehbaz Sharif went to Balochistan only for showmanship, while the government really did not help the devastated, poor and homeless people of Balochistan. has failed.
According to the statistics till Monday, Balochistan suffered massive damage due to floods. Various bridges were broken. The roofs of the houses collapsed. More or less 136 people were killed while 70 were injured and if we look at the pictures and videos that have gone viral on social media, the devastation is severe and the damage is irreparable.
On the one hand, there are people in distress who are waiting for government assistance and the government is not able to help them. In such a situation, if Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif visits Balochistan and meets the victims, it is also criticized, by other political parties, including PTI, are ignoring some important issues.
The first thing is that what is politics, there should be criticism and criticism in every sphere of life so that it can be improved, but there is no justification for criticism for the sake of criticism. Does the Prime Minister’s visit to Balochistan not bother you because Shahbaz Sharif became the Prime Minister whom you personally dislike?
The second thing is that the loss of lives and property in Balochistan is our national tragedy. If the government is not serious in PTI’s opinion, how serious are PTI and other political parties themselves? Have other political parties including Tehreek-e-Insaaf formed any plan of action to help Balochistan?
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited Balochistan for the second time on Monday. His first visit also took place at the end of July, during which the photos taken were criticized on social media for allegedly being made into memes by the PTI, on which a large number of people mocked the Prime Minister. Seemed flying.
Here, as a nation, we have to think and understand where we are going. Was the Prime Minister’s visit based on good intentions or not? Regardless, when the Prime Minister hugs a flood victim and social media mocks the image, is it a matter of pride or joy to mock the flood victim? We all have to exercise caution when using social media or even giving opinions.