Letters to Editor
Sir, I want to draw government’s attention towards a burning issue which needs to be dealt for the sake of future of our country. It is said if someone wants to finish a state he should demolish its education; the state itself breaks. Education is the only tool for the development of a nation. Education is not depended. It is considered the basic right of any human being whether male or female. It is well-quoted by a leader that “Give me an educated mother I’ll give you an educated nation”.
Moreover, from the above quotation one can understand how essential education is for females who are believed to be nation builders like teachers.
But unfortunately the Baloch females of Panjgoor, a semi-rural district of Balochistan, lack in this regard. The association of Talban group burnt the temples of knowledge where once female students enjoyed the ocean of knowledge. The continued strikes and mental tortures compelled the principals of female schools to close the schools and left only horrible dreams for the girls.
In addition, I would request to the authorities concerned to look into this matter before it goes from bad to worse and take strict actions against those anti-education activists who are trying to demolish education and planning an environment of ignorance in future.
Zohaib Aslam, Turbat
Public library in Turbat
It perturbs me to utter that public library of Turbat is not capable to swell one’s knowledge. Do you know why? Because, where students anticipated increasing their knowledge there are not enough books available.
Likewise, I talk about the decoration of the library which is marvelous, however, the main thing is the availability of books if it doesn’t maximize then by decoration we explore nothing.
Eventually, I just seriously pledge to Doctor Abdul Malik respectably to fulfill this responsibility as soon as possible and given the fact that their provincial priority on top of the list is education sector which comes to the fore in all walks of life.
Shees Ahmed Khan, Turbat
Turbat is a populated city of Balochistan. It is the divisional headquarters of Makuran and also the chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch also belongs to Turbat. In spite of that, it seems that the city is an old village and there is devoid of educational institutions. No doubt, there is a great shortage of qualified and well-educated teachers.
The resident of this area have been demanding educational institutions and well-qualified teachers for a long time but yet they have not received anything. Beside these, the roads are in poor state and because of the roads the city faces the problem of traffic jam and dilapidated infrastructure.
I urge the government to solve the problem of Turbat as soon as possible and get the people out of this misery.
Bahram Sayad, Turbat
Ramzan; the holy month or inflated?
Sir, I want to draw government’s attention towards a major problem which needs to be dealt before it goes from bad to worse. Ramzan is considered one of the finest and holiest months of the Islamic calendar in which we give the best performance of tolerance, peace and rightfulness but unfortunately it remains an horrible dream for all those poor families who are spending their lives with hard time due to poverty.
Moreover, in the month of Ramzan the rates of goods should have been decreased but rather than decreasing the evil shopkeepers are utilizing the opportunity and giving their best in incensement of goods.
It is the responsibility of authorities concerned to have a survey in markets rather than being silent and being the puppets of the shopkeepers. In addition, I would request to the authorities’ concerned to look into this matter and facilitate every civilian.
Zohaib Aslam, Turbat Kech
Civil Hospital Quetta needs attentions of authorities
The Quetta is capital of Balochistan province, but unfortunately the established in resemblance the Paris pragmatically is like a slum and polluted city. Here I want to draw the concentrations of authorities who are ruling toward the plight of Quetta city.
The civil hospital is the largest government medical complex in Quetta city but due to causalities in its emergency center always lacks basic medicines to treat the patients. The infrastructure ruptured, and the wards presenting scene of ruins. The patients always suffer due to over-strength of comers to discussed hospital.
The morgue condition of hospital is pitiful and there laying human dead bodies are not covered with shroud. Due to lack of cooling system the cadavers are getting decomposed, consequently which are turning unidentifiable contentedly. The toilets are without the water and a fine hygienic system.
The government always claims for the betterment in health sector but on ground the result is zero. The health minister ought to take the serious action to resolve the major issues of the civil hospital.
M. Hanif Baloch, Sariab, Quetta
BaBa Khair Bakush Demise
It was the day of June 11 I was watching Tv at night at 11 o’clock night the news headline was going on that Baloch National leader Khair BukhshMarri passed away.
I was shocked and start thinking that it can’t possible that BABA passes away. My heart was beating that Baloch nation got orphan
BABA Khair BukhshMarri had struggled entire life for Baloch liberation. His aim was to create united greater Balochistan where Baloch nation live free. He some extend in roused politically and stir a movement in it and struggle on going but alas! He couldn’t see the independent Balochistan is his life, but he was hoped that my coming generation will be freed. There are people, who die in their bed, but some people who spend their lives for others and will remain in part of history and BABA Khair Bukhsh was one of them. He was the father of Baloch nation. BABA Khair Bukhsh struggle got a space on golden pages of history. Now Baloch is obliged to complete the mission of Baba Khair Bukhsh Marri and it is best way to reverence the demised leader. Hammeda Baloch, Mastung
The end of Lateef Johar strike
Red salute to comrade Johar for observing 40 days prolong hunger strike. He successively raised voice to international forums and persuaded human rights Organization Asian Human Rights organization has pledged to alleviate case of Zahid Baloch the chairman BSO-Azad internationally.
It is understood by all that if comrade lateef Johar would embrace martyrdom, even here rulers would not feel iota itch. This society also wouldn’t react because it is totally senseless and it has proved this, too. 40 days prolong hunger failed to awaken here’s masses and state controlled media also blacked-out this issue against journalistic responsibilities.
Comrade Lateef strike mean was to uplift voice about abduction of Zahid Baloch which has been achieved and human rights organization and international media gave them coverage and further putting life endanger in my point of view wasn’t proper. His ending strike is wise decision and welcomed. Juma Khan Baloch, Sibbi
Saving lives and paramedical staff
I would like to draw attention to a prevalent problem in our society. Which is lack of paramedical staff? In fact it would be appropriate to stay that there is an absence of paramedical staff in our town. Para medical staff plays a vital role in saving the life of a person requiring medical attention. They are trained professional who are able to perform their duties under severe pressure and urgency. They stabilize the coordination of the patient until the said person can be taken to the nearest hospital. If we observe western societies we will see that many time the life of a human being is saved because of the efficient action of the Para medical staff in our home town we see no such actions but we see the complete opposite in our part of the world. We have ample amount of nongovernmental organizations ready to claim or transport bodies and injured but the capability to save live is still missing. As human being it is our duty to save precious human lives. Effective healthcare is the responsibility of concerned authorities. I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authorities to the matter because human life is precious and equally valuable. Aurangzeb Baloch, Panjgoor
Non-availability of Bolan Voice
For studying I stay in Quetta and every moon i read the bolan voice and get updated about regional and international issues.
On the vacations I have to go to my home-town Mach Bolan. Where the mentioned Bolan voice isn’t available and my thrust for reading it and knowing current affairs persists not quenched.
I through this letter to bring in to notice that administrator of magazine must send magazine to Mach. Hafizes Block, mach. By Hafeez Kurd, Mach
Resources need exploitation not careless concerns
It is widely believed, the juniper trees are rare in Balochistan, But a God gifted area of Balochistan namely ‘’HARBOI’’ (Dist. Kalat), where the juniper trees are commonly grown in a great number naturally is one of the most attractive sites in Balochistan being given deep ear and consideration. The fascinating milieu of the landscapes made the ‘’Harboi ‘’ very dazzling and a Picnic Point too. It’s a saying of our forefather that a juniper’s Plant can be a tree which takes a minimum Century. Also the agricultural Research had declared this absolutely an accurate fact. Juniper trees are the resources of furniture but the trees are being cut and burnt without any consideration from Govt. or concerned authority. By indigent Population of the area they just earn their livelihood expansions by Panniers. The Patrons are compelling what to do? Because they need wood to burn as they don’t have any mean to do with it in their domestic life. It means Resource of ‘’HARBOI’’ are not in proper use being exploited in way which is off-putting.
Reason: – main reason is this, the (S.S.G.C) Sui southern Gas Company should supply gas to the villages and cities which are near to Harboi or to the entire region. It’s a plea to the concerned officers which are involved in (SSGC), should supply Gas to Dist. kalat in proper manner, that our Resources should not be burnt uselessly. We should utilize one Resource to save the other one. It should be our duty as being a faithful citizen. Our Government should think this, how to save the Resources which are being burnt painlessly which should not be at all. By, Masood Ahemed Kalat