rulers waiting for sindh to sink/drown
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  • According to Ayaz Latif Palijo, “Leaders are awaiting for Sindh to sink so they can keep all incoming monies.”
  • The Sindh Action Committee organizes a demonstration to denounce the government for abandoning flood victims.
  • Palijo emphasizes that as a result of the water, people have been “sleeping on the streets.”

HYDERABAD: On Tuesday, nationalist leaders blasted the Sindh government for the subpar care given to the province’s flood victims.

Ayaz Latif Palijo, the leader of Qaumi Awami Tehreek, said during a news conference at the Hyderabad Press Club, “The authorities are awaiting for the state to submerge so they may keep all the incoming cash which are genuinely meant for survivors of the calamity.”

The news conference was conducted following a demonstration organised by the Sindh Action Committee to protest the Sindh government’s neglect of flood victims.

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Due to the water, according to Palijo, people have been “sleeping on the streets.”

The committee asked that accommodations be made available to those affected by the latest flooding in Karachi throughout a homeless camp.

Members of the committee that led the demonstration were Palijo, Dr. Qadir Magsi, Chairman of the Sindh Taraqqi-pasand Party (STP), Syed Zain Shah, Leader of the Sindh United Party, and Dr. Niaz Kalani, Leader of the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (Bashir) party.

Palijo commented, “The rulers use the Sindhis as a marketing tool.

Dr. Qadar Magsi remarked that the leaders are occupied with visits and photo shoots at the time. Zain Shah lamented the damage that the floods had done to the infrastructure, residences, and crops.

Niaz Kalani observed that “Flood affectedees are not getting support at all.”

The continuous monsoon rains which have drowned a quarter of the country and taken more than 1,100 lives have had an impact on tens of millions of individuals.

And over a million houses have been damaged or destroyed as a result of the rains that started falling in June, which have caused probably the most disgusting flooding in more than ten years.

Authorities and organisations are working hard to get relief to the more than 33 million impacted people faster, but doing so is difficult in places that are blocked off due of washed-away roads and bridges.

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