No organization is helping “khana badosh” people in Daud khail
There are people who are living in tents for last fifteen years in Daud Khail, so far no organization has helped them during recent rains. Their camps are damaged and they say that no organization is ready to help them. A district officer says this is a difficult situation because these people move from one place to another and have no permanent residence. There is no plan for so far for their help.
Villagers of district Shikarpur need shelter
Residents of village Rahim Bux Kakepoto, District Khairpur complain that one year of flood has passed but they are still living in tents made of plastic sheets. No organization has helped them so far. These people are burning in the heat of sun they need homes. Rehabilitation Minister of Sindh says, “We have built more than 100,000 houses and those which are still not given will be given soon.”
Brotherhood among Hindu and Muslim community in a village of Kandkot
In village Rano Mallah, District Kashmore both Hindus and Muslims are living together like brothers and sisters for the past 15 years. During flood the brotherhood between these two communities has set an example and the Sufi custom of Sindh has come to life. Both communities rescued children regardless of religion.
Recent rainfall has caused damage to agriculture sector
After recent monsoon rains the water from mountain drains entered areas of Tiraq and Kamar mashani through (barsati nala baloch) and caused great damage to crops and livestock. DOA says that “survey of this area is done soon roads will be cleared and then animals will be vaccinated. According to government policy help will be given to farmers after survey”.
Loss of people in agriculture sector of Taluka gambat
The villagers in different talukas of District Khairpur lost all their crops and houses in flood. This story hears from these villagers who are now working labour jobs and some have sold animals in order to farm land.