Anoushey Ashraf Expresses Disappointment Over the Situation of Flood Victims
The recent floods caused much damage, but only those who have visited the affected areas can understand.
Anoushey Ashraf visited Balochistan with RJ Dino Ali and Musician Natasha Baig to help the flood victims; they expressed their regret over the overall situation.
Expressing disappointment, Anoushey Ashraf wrote that everyone is responsible for this situation.
Sharing a video of his visit on Saturday, Anoushey Ashraf said, "Though floods have devastated most parts of Pakistan, visiting the villages of Balochistan was of particular interest and the top priority for me.
She said that the province had been neglected for a long time, and we don't know much about its reality.
Anoushey Ashraf wrote that, as expected, we were saddened to see broken roads, submerged lands, damaged bridges, etc. I was most saddened to see countless children affected by their elders' negligence.
They said that we had not given them anything for their future; they don't even have slippers to wear.
Anoushey Ashraf said that I do not blame the government only, but I also consider myself responsible.
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Talking about the neglect of the citizens, she said that they justify the wrongs happening in society instead of doing something.
Anoushey Ashraf said that we people have learned to live with crises as if they do not exist.
"Our focus should be population growth, poverty, disease, and poor health care. We turn a blind eye to it and look for reasons to explain it," she said.
She raised the question: Why run to them for votes if you can't help fix these issues? We are the way we are because we are in a deep sleep while God sends calamities from time to time to wake us up.
Anoushey Ashraf attached a video and pictures showing that he distributed more than 2500 ration bags in the village of Wadh.
She wrote that she went there with a company distributing relief supplies and was provided security by FC Balochistan.
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