Before 2024 elections , we should Test All our New Weaponry on Pakistan
Moody's Ka Mood Kharab Ho Gaya. Pakistan downgraded to CAA1 from B3 with negative outlook....
Modi Aur Moody Dono Pakistan Ki Sehat Ke Liye Kharab Hai....
Our Soldiers need rest. Furthermore making LoC hot has less or may be no strategic or Tactical rational. Also this break should help us strengthen our defence grid and divert resources to handle suburban insurgency in Kashmir.My bro Indian government is a cuck why have we not broken ceasefire and started pounding pakis this is the perfect time to do so
I am literally seething
no one said that resources could not be diverted to afghanistan to cause the taliban to take more land and apply pressure from PAK.Our Soldiers need rest. Furthermore making LoC hot has less or may be no strategic or Tactical rational. Also this break should help us strengthen our defence grid and divert resources to handle suburban insurgency in Kashmir.
Thousands more have been displaced and the United Nations has sounded the alarm on the rise of water-borne diseases in the country, particularly among the flood-hit population
Read: Villagers in flood-hit Khairpur surviving on a sliver of landThe government estimates the cost of the damage at $30 billion, and both the government and UN have blamed the catastrophe on climate change.
He went on to say that Pakistan was facing an unprecedented crisis of health, food security and internal displacement after the “apocalyptical” monsoon rainfall.
With Pakistan contributing marginally to global carbon emissions, the premier said it was the “responsibility of the developed countries, who caused these emissions, to stand by us”.
“I’ve never seen this kind of devastation, inundation and suffering of our people in my lifetime. Millions have been displaced, they have become climate refugees within their own country.”
PM Shehbaz said that while the global community had pledged funds and aid, it was “not enough”.
“The enormity of this climate-induced catastrophe is beyond our fiscal means,” he told the publication. “The gap between our needs and what is available is too wide and it is widening by the day.”
However, the premier made it clear that he was talking about “climate justice”.
“We are not blaming anybody, we’re not casting allegations, what we are we saying is this is not of our making but we have become a victim. Should I be asked to cast my appeal into a begging bowl? That is double jeopardy. That’s unjust, unfair.”
Commenting on the support from world leaders, PM Shehbaz said that while he was grateful for the “very touching words and statements”, it was “all very fine but more important is practical demonstration of these statements into action”.
“While they are doing a very good job, and we appreciate it, this is not enough. They must come forward with a far better and a far bigger plan to rescue us and rehabilitate us and put us back on our footing.”
He also pointed out the unfulfilled promise made by rich nations over a decade ago to commit $100bn a year to a climate fund for developing nations at the forefront of the climate crisis.
“Where’s that money? It’s high time that we question and remind these countries to fulfil their commitments and pledges they have made.”
“We’re not asking about reparations,” he went on to say. “No, we’re not. I don’t think talk of reparations is proper at this point in time. What I am saying is that they should take notice of the situation, take responsibility and act speedily before it’s too late, before the damage becomes irreparable — not just for Pakistan, but for the world.”
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organisation (WHO), said on Tuesday Pakistan was “on the verge of a public health disaster”.
“The water has stopped rising, but the danger has not, we are on the verge of a public health disaster. Many more lives than were lost in the floods could be lost in the coming weeks if we don’t mobilise greater support for Pakistan,” he said.
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