Whereas in universities of Pakistan, it is not considering as a topic to discuss about..inspite of the fact that intellectuals of Pakistan are drowining in the mire of politicd..But we have to Take this volcano of the seasons seriously or else thousands of people will lose their lives
By Hina Baloch
The world of communication is in the hands of those who have neither the taste nor the ability to talk about serious and real topics. The scourge of illiteracy has engulfed society. The superficiality and frivolity of the national narrative that is being set up on TV screens in the evening has begun to frighten us. The world is screaming and telling us that you are on the brink of environmental catastrophe Until the evening, he was counting how many lakhs of people attended the meeting of which leader of the revolution. The same is the case with social media. Poverty of subjects has become a nightmare.
Pakistan is an agricultural country but totally unaffected by environmental catastrophe. From street coaches to parliament the question is not under discussion what is meant by rising temperature? The rapid fall in groundwater level is alarming. A few years ago, water was available at 70 or 80 feet in Islamabad, but now if you drill three to four hundred feet deep, there is hardly enough water available that a motor can run for five to ten minutes. If the weather conditions remain the same, then after five to ten years, if ground water is found at a depth of six to seven hundred feet, it will be a booty.
Islamabad is the capital but the water crisis has engulfed it. A tanker now costs Rs 2,000. But the question is that even these tankers fetch water from wells. If the ground water level continues to go down like this, where will the tankers fetch water from? Except for one and a half sectors, the whole city is suffering from this problem, but see for yourself that this is not the subject of any party in the city. Everyone is having fun.
This crisis is not only of Islamabad, but of the whole country. It’s just that someone’s turn is coming today, someone’s turn will come tomorrow. When there will be no water for crops and food security problems will arise then it will be known what to do with those who sit on the volcano and play armpits. happens.
Forests are being cut down, temperatures are rising, sea levels are rising (ie Karachi is in danger), glaciers are melting and the chances of flooding are increasing. Hassanabad bridge has been destroyed. Many houses have been affected. The strategic significance of the bridge itself was that it was connecting China and Pakistan. This is a different matter from the strategic importance of the bridge, but we are still unable to understand the seriousness of the environmental challenge. Newspapers, TV channels, social media, press talk, public meetings. Tell me if there has been any talk on this subject.
The rivers of Margalla are also becoming alien. Just a few years ago, the river Dara Jangal flowed in Sawan Bhadas in such a way that it continued to flow from Joban for four months. It has been dry for two years now. The summer does not rain in such a way that the river flows. The river Ramli is flowing but nominally. When the sewerage of covered sectors will be mixed in these rivers then the rivers will probably get angry like this. Now it seems that the natural system has become angry with us. Are crying
We don’t have much time. If the seriousness of the environmental challenges is not understood, then a huge and terrible crisis is about to knock on our doorstep.